Until December 12, 2019, Belfast Exposed presents new works by Magnum photographer Antoine d’Agata, created on location during a two-week residency.
In October 2019, Magnum photographer Antoine d'Agata completed a two-week residency at the Belfast Exposed gallery. The resulting series, titled ‘Eleven Voices’, is a rather uncharacteristic body of work, considering that the artist’s photo and film projects tend to revolve around darker themes such as addiction, prostitution and personal obsessions.
With this project, by contrast, d’Agata presents his reflections on contemporary Belfast. Along with photographs, the exhibition also includes eleven audio interviews with Belfast residents from a variety of backgrounds, culminating in an atmospheric impression of the Irish metropolis. The interviewees remain anonymous, with the artist focusing predominantly on the reciprocal correlations between the city and its inhabitants.
Antoine d’Agata joined Magnum Photos in 2004.
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