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LL/47810
Half Moon Photography Workshop
Cover for Half Moon Photography Workshop "Camerawork No.14 Reporting on Northern Ireland" (1979)
1979
Magazine cover
 
Amazon - UK
 
LL/47810

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LL/22102
Chris Steele-Perkins
Belfast, Catholic graffitti
[Northern Ireland, The Troubles]
1978
Black and white print
 
Provided by the artist - Chris Steele-Perkins
© Chris Steele-Perkins / Magnum Photos (LON26693)
 
LL/22102

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LL/22103
Chris Steele-Perkins
Belfast, Catholic over crowding
[Northern Ireland, The Troubles]
1978
Black and white print
 
Provided by the artist - Chris Steele-Perkins
© Chris Steele-Perkins / Magnum Photos (LON26694)
 
LL/22103

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LL/22104
Chris Steele-Perkins
West Belfast, Kids playing in abandoned buildings near Divis flats
[Northern Ireland, The Troubles]
1978
Black and white print
 
Provided by the artist - Chris Steele-Perkins
© Chris Steele-Perkins / Magnum Photos (LON73210)
 
LL/22104

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LL/22105
Chris Steele-Perkins
West Belfast, Street corner
[Northern Ireland, The Troubles]
1978
Black and white print
 
Provided by the artist - Chris Steele-Perkins
© Chris Steele-Perkins / Magnum Photos (LON73211)
 
LL/22105

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LL/22106
Chris Steele-Perkins
Belfast, Catholic West Belfast, Falls Road, Hijacked vehicle burns tin the background marking the anniversary of the British Policy of internment without trial.
[Northern Ireland, The Troubles]
1978
Black and white print
 
Provided by the artist - Chris Steele-Perkins
© Chris Steele-Perkins / Magnum Photos (LON23443)
 
LL/22106

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LL/22107
Chris Steele-Perkins
Belfast, Youths held for an identity check
[Northern Ireland, The Troubles]
1978
Black and white print
 
Provided by the artist - Chris Steele-Perkins
© Chris Steele-Perkins / Magnum Photos (LON4126)
 
LL/22107

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LL/22108
Chris Steele-Perkins
Belfast, Identification with the Provos is reflected in the play of the children in the Catholic ghettos.
[Northern Ireland, The Troubles]
1978
Black and white print
 
Provided by the artist - Chris Steele-Perkins
© Chris Steele-Perkins / Magnum Photos (LON4116)
 
LL/22108

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LL/22109
Chris Steele-Perkins
West Belfast, Riot
[Northern Ireland, The Troubles]
1978
Black and white print
 
Provided by the artist - Chris Steele-Perkins
© Chris Steele-Perkins / Magnum Photos (LON23935)
 
LL/22109

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LL/22110
Chris Steele-Perkins
Belfast, Street scene in Catholic West Belfast
[Northern Ireland, The Troubles]
1979
Black and white print
 
Provided by the artist - Chris Steele-Perkins
© Chris Steele-Perkins / Magnum Photos (LON4124)
 
LL/22110

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LL/22111
Chris Steele-Perkins
Ireland, Buncrannah
1979
Black and white print
 
Provided by the artist - Chris Steele-Perkins
© Chris Steele-Perkins / Magnum Photos (LON26695)
 
LL/22111

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LL/22233
Homer Sykes
Child runs a portrait of Queen Elizabeth.
[The Troubles, Belfast, Northern Ireland]
1979 (ca)
Color photograph
 
Provided by the artist - Homer Sykes
© Homer Sykes
 
LL/22233

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LL/22234
Homer Sykes
The day after a night of rioting in a Catholic area. "Smash the H Block" during the Hunger Strike
[The Troubles, Belfast, Northern Ireland]
1980s (ca)
Color photograph
 
Provided by the artist - Homer Sykes
© Homer Sykes
 
LL/22234

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LL/22235
Homer Sykes
Political Wall Murals
[The Troubles, Belfast, Northern Ireland]
1970s
Color photograph
 
Provided by the artist - Homer Sykes
© Homer Sykes
 
LL/22235 [Further details available]

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LL/22236
Homer Sykes
Hijacked lorry set in on fire and used to block the road with school girls walking home.
[The Troubles, Belfast, Northern Ireland]
1980 (ca)
Color photograph
 
Provided by the artist - Homer Sykes
© Homer Sykes
 
LL/22236

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LL/22237
Homer Sykes
Catholic hoods throwing petrol bombs.
[The Troubles, Belfast, Northern Ireland]
1980 (ca)
Color photograph
 
Provided by the artist - Homer Sykes
© Homer Sykes
 
LL/22237

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LL/22238
Homer Sykes
Hijacked cars on fire blocking the street, used as cover by Roman Catholic "hoods" to throw petrol bombs from behind at the British Army.
[The Troubles, Belfast, Northern Ireland]
1980 (ca)
Color photograph
 
Provided by the artist - Homer Sykes
© Homer Sykes
 
LL/22238

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LL/22239
Homer Sykes
Young Catholic boys collect milk and beer bottles to make petrol bombs
[The Troubles, Belfast, Northern Ireland]
1980 (ca)
Color photograph
 
Provided by the artist - Homer Sykes
© Homer Sykes
 
LL/22239

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LL/22240
Homer Sykes
Young protestant boy playing with a toy gun - British soldiers in background.
[The Troubles, Belfast, Northern Ireland]
1980 (ca)
Color photograph
 
Provided by the artist - Homer Sykes
© Homer Sykes
 
LL/22240

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LL/22241
Homer Sykes
Two young Catholic IRA "Hoods" with petrol bombs
[The Troubles, Belfast, Northern Ireland]
1980
Color photograph
 
Provided by the artist - Homer Sykes
© Homer Sykes
 
LL/22241

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LL/22242
Homer Sykes
Young boys hijack a lorry set in on fire and block the road.
[The Troubles, Belfast, Northern Ireland]
1980 (ca)
Color photograph
 
Provided by the artist - Homer Sykes
© Homer Sykes
 
LL/22242

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LL/23303
Mike Abrahams
The Loyalist celebrations for the 12th July commemorating the protestant King William's vitory over catholic King James at the Battle of the Boyne. True Blues Flute Band at the bonfire celebrations on the 11th July 1994. Portadown
[Northern Ireland]
1994, 11 July
Gelatin silver print, fibre
15 x 12 in
 
Provided by the artist - Mike Abrahams
© 2007 Mike Abrahams - All Rights Reserved
 
LL/23303

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LL/23304
Mike Abrahams
Loyalist youth with efigy of Billy Lundy on his shoulders. The efigy will be burnt on the bonfire on the 11th July to celebrate King William's victory over catholic King James at the Battle of the Boyne. Portadown
[Northern Ireland]
1994, 11 July
Gelatin silver print, fibre
15 x 12 in
 
Provided by the artist - Mike Abrahams
© 2007 Mike Abrahams - All Rights Reserved
 
LL/23304

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LL/23305
Mike Abrahams
Couple sit in deckchairs under an umbrella in the rain watching an Orange Parade through Richill, County Armargh
[Northern Ireland]
1994, July
Gelatin silver print, fibre
15 x 12 in
 
Provided by the artist - Mike Abrahams
© 2007 Mike Abrahams - All Rights Reserved
 
LL/23305

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LL/23306
Mike Abrahams
The border between the Irish Republic and Northern Ireland at Strabane. A child in a caravan with the British Army border check point behind
[Northern Ireland]
1990
Gelatin silver print, fibre
15 x 12 in
 
Provided by the artist - Mike Abrahams
© 2007 Mike Abrahams - All Rights Reserved
 
LL/23306

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LL/23307
Mike Abrahams
British Army making a dawn raid on a house in the Ardoyne district of Belfast
[Northern Ireland]
1988
Gelatin silver print, fibre
15 x 12 in
 
Provided by the artist - Mike Abrahams
© 2007 Mike Abrahams - All Rights Reserved
 
LL/23307

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LL/23308
Mike Abrahams
Mounrners mount a vigil, and protest at the RUC attempts to control the funeral of IRA member, Lawrence Marley who was assasinated by loyalist gunmen. Ardoyne
[Northern Ireland]
1987
Gelatin silver print, fibre
15 x 12 in
 
Provided by the artist - Mike Abrahams
© 2007 Mike Abrahams - All Rights Reserved
 
LL/23308

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LL/23309
Mike Abrahams
Youth smoking a cigarette. Ardoyne, Belfast
[Northern Ireland]
1986
Gelatin silver print, fibre
15 x 12 in
 
Provided by the artist - Mike Abrahams
© 2007 Mike Abrahams - All Rights Reserved
 
LL/23309

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LL/23310
Mike Abrahams
Mother and child, Ardoyne district of Belfast
[Northern Ireland]
1987
Gelatin silver print, fibre
15 x 12 in
 
Provided by the artist - Mike Abrahams
© 2007 Mike Abrahams - All Rights Reserved
 
LL/23310

29 of 33
LL/23311
Mike Abrahams
British Army erect barricade to prevent Orangemen march down the catholic Obin Street. Portadown
[Northern Ireland]
1987
Gelatin silver print, fibre
15 x 12 in
 
Provided by the artist - Mike Abrahams
© 2007 Mike Abrahams - All Rights Reserved
 
LL/23311

30 of 33
LL/23312
Mike Abrahams
Loyalists gather at the annual bonfire at the Shankill Road, Belfast, to celebrate the Protestant victory of King William over the Catholic King James at the Battle of the Boyne
[Northern Ireland]
1994, 11 July
Gelatin silver print, fibre
15 x 12 in
 
Provided by the artist - Mike Abrahams
© 2007 Mike Abrahams - All Rights Reserved
 
LL/23312

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LL/2882
Ed Kashi
The finishing touches are put on the bonfire site . . .
1989
 
Barry Singer Gallery
 
LL/2882

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LL/77867
Gilles Peress
Derry, Ireland (Bloody Sunday)
1972
Gelatin silver print
12 1/2 x 18 3/4 ins (31.8 x 47.6 cm) (image)
 
Swann Galleries - New York
19 October 2017 auction, Art of Storytelling, Lot: 244
 
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