Photography Is Magic   ©Installation Image Aperture Foundation New York

Photography Is Magic
©Installation Image Aperture Foundation New York

 (2019)   209 Women  , Bluecoat. (Cover Image: Yvette Cooper, MP for Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford,  Photographed by Hannah Starkey )  Curatorial Team: Hilary Wood, Tracy Marshall, Cheryl Newman, Lisa Tse.  Commissioned to create work for 209 Women:  “ 209 Women marks 100 years since the first general election in which some women could vote. It seeks to champion the visibility of women: particularly in politics, where decisions are made that affect people of all genders. It features new portraits of the UK’s women MPs, shot entirely by photographers that identify as women”   Delivered in partnership with the Open Eye Gallery, The Royal Photographic Society and The Sorority. It was funded by the Arts Council England, Liverpool City Council and the government’s ‘Women’s Vote Centenary Fund’. It was sponsored by Aston Martin Lagonda, Power of Women series and Montessori St Nicholas and supported by Metro Imaging.   https://www.209women.co.uk

(2019) 209 Women, Bluecoat.
(Cover Image: Yvette Cooper, MP for Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford, Photographed by Hannah Starkey)

Curatorial Team: Hilary Wood, Tracy Marshall, Cheryl Newman, Lisa Tse.

Commissioned to create work for 209 Women:
209 Women marks 100 years since the first general election in which some women could vote. It seeks to champion the visibility of women: particularly in politics, where decisions are made that affect people of all genders. It features new portraits of the UK’s women MPs, shot entirely by photographers that identify as women”

Delivered in partnership with the Open Eye Gallery, The Royal Photographic Society and The Sorority. It was funded by the Arts Council England, Liverpool City Council and the government’s ‘Women’s Vote Centenary Fund’. It was sponsored by Aston Martin Lagonda, Power of Women series and Montessori St Nicholas and supported by Metro Imaging.

https://www.209women.co.uk

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  '209 Women’,      2018-2019 Elisha McCallion, MP for Foyle photographed by  Ailbhe Greaney  2018     https://www.209women.co.uk

'209 Women’, 2018-2019
Elisha McCallion, MP for Foyle
photographed by Ailbhe Greaney
2018

https://www.209women.co.uk

  '209 Women’,      2018-2019 Portcullis House, Palace of Westminister, London & Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool.    Curated by HIlary Wood, Tracy Marshall, Cheryl Newman, Lisa Tse.

'209 Women’, 2018-2019
Portcullis House, Palace of Westminister, London & Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool.
Curated by HIlary Wood, Tracy Marshall, Cheryl Newman, Lisa Tse.

  …..One of the most internationally recognised brand shows in 2018, featuring 209 of the most internationally renowned female photographers.  The show has gained immense national and international media coverage in the BJP (British Journal of Photography), The Guardian, The Telegraph, Vanity Fair, I-M Magazine, BBC news reports, a Sky Documentary and ITV news reports……   https://www.209women.co.uk

…..One of the most internationally recognised brand shows in 2018, featuring 209 of the most internationally renowned female photographers. The show has gained immense national and international media coverage in the BJP (British Journal of Photography), The Guardian, The Telegraph, Vanity Fair, I-M Magazine, BBC news reports, a Sky Documentary and ITV news reports……

https://www.209women.co.uk

   “This all female initiative pays homage to the suffering and sacrifices that so many women made to ensure that every female in this country had the right to vote.    Emmeline Pankhurst championed the suffrage movement, with women finally getting the vote in November 1918.    A year later, Constance Markievicz became our first female MP”    I-M, Intelligent Magazine. https://www.i-m-magazine.com/209-women/

“This all female initiative pays homage to the suffering and sacrifices that so many women made to ensure that every female in this country had the right to vote. Emmeline Pankhurst championed the suffrage movement, with women finally getting the vote in November 1918. A year later, Constance Markievicz became our first female MP”

I-M, Intelligent Magazine.
https://www.i-m-magazine.com/209-women/

  'Beyond View’,  2018 Belfast Exposed, Belfast from  Street Flower  2014   https://www.belfastexposed.org/exhibitions/beyond-view/   ©Installation Image Belfast Exposed

'Beyond View’, 2018
Belfast Exposed, Belfast
from Street Flower
2014

https://www.belfastexposed.org/exhibitions/beyond-view/

©Installation Image Belfast Exposed

 ©Installation Image Belfast Exposed

©Installation Image Belfast Exposed

 ©Installation Image Belfast Exposed

©Installation Image Belfast Exposed

 ©Installation Image Belfast Exposed

©Installation Image Belfast Exposed

 ©Installation Image Belfast Exposed

©Installation Image Belfast Exposed

 ©Installation Image Belfast Exposed

©Installation Image Belfast Exposed

  'Photography Is Magic',  2016 Aperture Foundation, New York Curated by Charlotte Cotton   https://aperture.org/exhibition/2016-aperture-summer-open-photography-magic/    ©Installation Image Aperture Foundation

'Photography Is Magic', 2016
Aperture Foundation, New York
Curated by Charlotte Cotton

https://aperture.org/exhibition/2016-aperture-summer-open-photography-magic/


©Installation Image Aperture Foundation

 Pushing the Outer Limits of Photography  "Curated by  Charlotte Cotton , the New York exhibit "Summer Open: Photography Is Magic" features works by  50 artists who are reinventing the genre of photography and exploiting the medium to different creative ends.  Consider the shattered, drifting pieces of rock in one photograph, or another  eerie image by Ailbhe Greaney, of a woman in floral-printed clothing who seems to melt into the wallpaper behind her"   New York Magazine.  https://www.thecut.com/2016/07/summer-open-photography-is-magic.html   ©Installation Image Aperture Foundation

Pushing the Outer Limits of Photography

"Curated by Charlotte Cotton, the New York exhibit "Summer Open: Photography Is Magic" features works by 50 artists who are reinventing the genre of photography and exploiting the medium to different creative ends. Consider the shattered, drifting pieces of rock in one photograph, or another eerie image by Ailbhe Greaney, of a woman in floral-printed clothing who seems to melt into the wallpaper behind her"

New York Magazine.
https://www.thecut.com/2016/07/summer-open-photography-is-magic.html

©Installation Image Aperture Foundation


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 Best Photography Exhibitions of Summer 2016   "These Photo Shows Are On Fire ....2016 Aperture Summer Open: Photography is Magic | Aperture Gallery, New York, NY | July 14 to August 11....Nothing quite says “of the moment” as much as Aperture’s annual summer open, and this year is no different. Including the images from  50 contemporary artists who are thinking about the medium in a new way, this exhibition is all about the magic  that the act of making a photograph imparts upon the viewer and the maker, in both its analogue and tangential forms. This year Aperture brought in a guest curator,  Charlotte Cotton , to arrange the exhibition (she also curated the ICP exhibition on display concurrently)"  American Photo http://www.americanphotomag.com/best-photography-exhibition…  ©Installation Image Aperture Foundation

Best Photography Exhibitions of Summer 2016

"These Photo Shows Are On Fire....2016 Aperture Summer Open: Photography is Magic | Aperture Gallery, New York, NY | July 14 to August 11....Nothing quite says “of the moment” as much as Aperture’s annual summer open, and this year is no different. Including the images from 50 contemporary artists who are thinking about the medium in a new way, this exhibition is all about the magic that the act of making a photograph imparts upon the viewer and the maker, in both its analogue and tangential forms. This year Aperture brought in a guest curator, Charlotte Cotton, to arrange the exhibition (she also curated the ICP exhibition on display concurrently)"

American Photo
http://www.americanphotomag.com/best-photography-exhibition…

©Installation Image Aperture Foundation

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  ‘Fast Forward: Women In Photography',  2015 Tate Modern Ailbhe Greaney Conference Paper:  States of Colour: Irish and Vietnamese Women after Albert Kahn's Archives of the Planet 2015

‘Fast Forward: Women In Photography', 2015
Tate Modern
Ailbhe Greaney Conference Paper: States of Colour: Irish and Vietnamese Women after Albert Kahn's Archives of the Planet
2015

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  Artist In Residence Open Studio,  2014 Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris

Artist In Residence Open Studio, 2014
Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris

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  'Wilde Art',  2014 Curated by Christa-Maria Lerm Hayes Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris from  The Light Beautiful  2014

'Wilde Art', 2014
Curated by Christa-Maria Lerm Hayes
Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris
from The Light Beautiful
2014

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  The Light Beautiful I  21 Westland Row, Dublin, 2014   (Place of Oscar Wilde’s Birth)

The Light Beautiful I
21 Westland Row, Dublin, 2014
(Place of Oscar Wilde’s Birth)

  The Light Beautiful II  13 Rue Des Beaux-Arts, Paris, 2014   (Place of Oscar Wilde’s Death)

The Light Beautiful II
13 Rue Des Beaux-Arts, Paris, 2014
(Place of Oscar Wilde’s Death)

  A View Is Where We Are Not  PhotoIreland,  'Migrations: Diaspora & Cultural Identity',  2012 Little Museum of Dublin

A View Is Where We Are Not
PhotoIreland, 'Migrations: Diaspora & Cultural Identity', 2012
Little Museum of Dublin

  'Migration, Memory, and Place',  2012 ARKEN Museum of Modern Art, Isoj, Copenhagen from  A View   2012

'Migration, Memory, and Place', 2012
ARKEN Museum of Modern Art, Isoj, Copenhagen
from A View
2012

 EVA,  'too early for vacation',  2008 Curated by Hou Hanru Limerick City Art Gallery from  Here & There/Neither Here Nor There 2003-2005     'Greaney's photographs are outstanding'   Aiden Dunne, The Irish Times.

EVA, 'too early for vacation', 2008
Curated by Hou Hanru
Limerick City Art Gallery
from Here & There/Neither Here Nor There
2003-2005

'Greaney's photographs are outstanding'
Aiden Dunne, The Irish Times.

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  Photography Is Magic   ©Installation Image Aperture Foundation New York
 (2019)   209 Women  , Bluecoat. (Cover Image: Yvette Cooper, MP for Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford,  Photographed by Hannah Starkey )  Curatorial Team: Hilary Wood, Tracy Marshall, Cheryl Newman, Lisa Tse.  Commissioned to create work for 209 Women:  “ 209 Women marks 100 years since the first general election in which some women could vote. It seeks to champion the visibility of women: particularly in politics, where decisions are made that affect people of all genders. It features new portraits of the UK’s women MPs, shot entirely by photographers that identify as women”   Delivered in partnership with the Open Eye Gallery, The Royal Photographic Society and The Sorority. It was funded by the Arts Council England, Liverpool City Council and the government’s ‘Women’s Vote Centenary Fund’. It was sponsored by Aston Martin Lagonda, Power of Women series and Montessori St Nicholas and supported by Metro Imaging.   https://www.209women.co.uk
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  '209 Women’,      2018-2019 Elisha McCallion, MP for Foyle photographed by  Ailbhe Greaney  2018     https://www.209women.co.uk
  '209 Women’,      2018-2019 Portcullis House, Palace of Westminister, London & Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool.    Curated by HIlary Wood, Tracy Marshall, Cheryl Newman, Lisa Tse.
  …..One of the most internationally recognised brand shows in 2018, featuring 209 of the most internationally renowned female photographers.  The show has gained immense national and international media coverage in the BJP (British Journal of Photography), The Guardian, The Telegraph, Vanity Fair, I-M Magazine, BBC news reports, a Sky Documentary and ITV news reports……   https://www.209women.co.uk
   “This all female initiative pays homage to the suffering and sacrifices that so many women made to ensure that every female in this country had the right to vote.    Emmeline Pankhurst championed the suffrage movement, with women finally getting the vote in November 1918.    A year later, Constance Markievicz became our first female MP”    I-M, Intelligent Magazine. https://www.i-m-magazine.com/209-women/
  'Beyond View’,  2018 Belfast Exposed, Belfast from  Street Flower  2014   https://www.belfastexposed.org/exhibitions/beyond-view/   ©Installation Image Belfast Exposed
 ©Installation Image Belfast Exposed
 ©Installation Image Belfast Exposed
 ©Installation Image Belfast Exposed
 ©Installation Image Belfast Exposed
 ©Installation Image Belfast Exposed
  'Photography Is Magic',  2016 Aperture Foundation, New York Curated by Charlotte Cotton   https://aperture.org/exhibition/2016-aperture-summer-open-photography-magic/    ©Installation Image Aperture Foundation
 Pushing the Outer Limits of Photography  "Curated by  Charlotte Cotton , the New York exhibit "Summer Open: Photography Is Magic" features works by  50 artists who are reinventing the genre of photography and exploiting the medium to different creative ends.  Consider the shattered, drifting pieces of rock in one photograph, or another  eerie image by Ailbhe Greaney, of a woman in floral-printed clothing who seems to melt into the wallpaper behind her"   New York Magazine.  https://www.thecut.com/2016/07/summer-open-photography-is-magic.html   ©Installation Image Aperture Foundation
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 Best Photography Exhibitions of Summer 2016   "These Photo Shows Are On Fire ....2016 Aperture Summer Open: Photography is Magic | Aperture Gallery, New York, NY | July 14 to August 11....Nothing quite says “of the moment” as much as Aperture’s annual summer open, and this year is no different. Including the images from  50 contemporary artists who are thinking about the medium in a new way, this exhibition is all about the magic  that the act of making a photograph imparts upon the viewer and the maker, in both its analogue and tangential forms. This year Aperture brought in a guest curator,  Charlotte Cotton , to arrange the exhibition (she also curated the ICP exhibition on display concurrently)"  American Photo http://www.americanphotomag.com/best-photography-exhibition…  ©Installation Image Aperture Foundation
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AGreaney_ApetureOpening_01.jpg
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AGreaney_ApetureOpening_02.jpg
  ‘Fast Forward: Women In Photography',  2015 Tate Modern Ailbhe Greaney Conference Paper:  States of Colour: Irish and Vietnamese Women after Albert Kahn's Archives of the Planet 2015
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  Artist In Residence Open Studio,  2014 Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris
AGreaney_CCI05.jpg
AGreaney_CCI03.jpg
AGreaney_CCI06.jpg
  'Wilde Art',  2014 Curated by Christa-Maria Lerm Hayes Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris from  The Light Beautiful  2014
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AGreaney_WildArt02.jpg
AGreaney_WildArt03.jpg
  The Light Beautiful I  21 Westland Row, Dublin, 2014   (Place of Oscar Wilde’s Birth)
  The Light Beautiful II  13 Rue Des Beaux-Arts, Paris, 2014   (Place of Oscar Wilde’s Death)
  A View Is Where We Are Not  PhotoIreland,  'Migrations: Diaspora & Cultural Identity',  2012 Little Museum of Dublin
  'Migration, Memory, and Place',  2012 ARKEN Museum of Modern Art, Isoj, Copenhagen from  A View   2012
 EVA,  'too early for vacation',  2008 Curated by Hou Hanru Limerick City Art Gallery from  Here & There/Neither Here Nor There 2003-2005     'Greaney's photographs are outstanding'   Aiden Dunne, The Irish Times.
Areaney_EVA_Catalgue02.jpg

Photography Is Magic
©Installation Image Aperture Foundation New York

(2019) 209 Women, Bluecoat.
(Cover Image: Yvette Cooper, MP for Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford, Photographed by Hannah Starkey)

Curatorial Team: Hilary Wood, Tracy Marshall, Cheryl Newman, Lisa Tse.

Commissioned to create work for 209 Women:
209 Women marks 100 years since the first general election in which some women could vote. It seeks to champion the visibility of women: particularly in politics, where decisions are made that affect people of all genders. It features new portraits of the UK’s women MPs, shot entirely by photographers that identify as women”

Delivered in partnership with the Open Eye Gallery, The Royal Photographic Society and The Sorority. It was funded by the Arts Council England, Liverpool City Council and the government’s ‘Women’s Vote Centenary Fund’. It was sponsored by Aston Martin Lagonda, Power of Women series and Montessori St Nicholas and supported by Metro Imaging.

https://www.209women.co.uk

'209 Women’, 2018-2019
Elisha McCallion, MP for Foyle
photographed by Ailbhe Greaney
2018

https://www.209women.co.uk

'209 Women’, 2018-2019
Portcullis House, Palace of Westminister, London & Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool.
Curated by HIlary Wood, Tracy Marshall, Cheryl Newman, Lisa Tse.

…..One of the most internationally recognised brand shows in 2018, featuring 209 of the most internationally renowned female photographers. The show has gained immense national and international media coverage in the BJP (British Journal of Photography), The Guardian, The Telegraph, Vanity Fair, I-M Magazine, BBC news reports, a Sky Documentary and ITV news reports……

https://www.209women.co.uk

“This all female initiative pays homage to the suffering and sacrifices that so many women made to ensure that every female in this country had the right to vote. Emmeline Pankhurst championed the suffrage movement, with women finally getting the vote in November 1918. A year later, Constance Markievicz became our first female MP”

I-M, Intelligent Magazine.
https://www.i-m-magazine.com/209-women/

'Beyond View’, 2018
Belfast Exposed, Belfast
from Street Flower
2014

https://www.belfastexposed.org/exhibitions/beyond-view/

©Installation Image Belfast Exposed

©Installation Image Belfast Exposed

©Installation Image Belfast Exposed

©Installation Image Belfast Exposed

©Installation Image Belfast Exposed

©Installation Image Belfast Exposed

'Photography Is Magic', 2016
Aperture Foundation, New York
Curated by Charlotte Cotton

https://aperture.org/exhibition/2016-aperture-summer-open-photography-magic/


©Installation Image Aperture Foundation

Pushing the Outer Limits of Photography

"Curated by Charlotte Cotton, the New York exhibit "Summer Open: Photography Is Magic" features works by 50 artists who are reinventing the genre of photography and exploiting the medium to different creative ends. Consider the shattered, drifting pieces of rock in one photograph, or another eerie image by Ailbhe Greaney, of a woman in floral-printed clothing who seems to melt into the wallpaper behind her"

New York Magazine.
https://www.thecut.com/2016/07/summer-open-photography-is-magic.html

©Installation Image Aperture Foundation


Best Photography Exhibitions of Summer 2016

"These Photo Shows Are On Fire....2016 Aperture Summer Open: Photography is Magic | Aperture Gallery, New York, NY | July 14 to August 11....Nothing quite says “of the moment” as much as Aperture’s annual summer open, and this year is no different. Including the images from 50 contemporary artists who are thinking about the medium in a new way, this exhibition is all about the magic that the act of making a photograph imparts upon the viewer and the maker, in both its analogue and tangential forms. This year Aperture brought in a guest curator, Charlotte Cotton, to arrange the exhibition (she also curated the ICP exhibition on display concurrently)"

American Photo
http://www.americanphotomag.com/best-photography-exhibition…

©Installation Image Aperture Foundation

‘Fast Forward: Women In Photography', 2015
Tate Modern
Ailbhe Greaney Conference Paper: States of Colour: Irish and Vietnamese Women after Albert Kahn's Archives of the Planet
2015

Artist In Residence Open Studio, 2014
Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris

'Wilde Art', 2014
Curated by Christa-Maria Lerm Hayes
Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris
from The Light Beautiful
2014

The Light Beautiful I
21 Westland Row, Dublin, 2014
(Place of Oscar Wilde’s Birth)

The Light Beautiful II
13 Rue Des Beaux-Arts, Paris, 2014
(Place of Oscar Wilde’s Death)

A View Is Where We Are Not
PhotoIreland, 'Migrations: Diaspora & Cultural Identity', 2012
Little Museum of Dublin

'Migration, Memory, and Place', 2012
ARKEN Museum of Modern Art, Isoj, Copenhagen
from A View
2012

EVA, 'too early for vacation', 2008
Curated by Hou Hanru
Limerick City Art Gallery
from Here & There/Neither Here Nor There
2003-2005

'Greaney's photographs are outstanding'
Aiden Dunne, The Irish Times.

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