11 June 2021
Living with Pride: Photographs by Christopher Robson tells the story of Christopher Robson, who through his personal photography, captured much of Ireland’s journey toward LGBTI+ equality.
The exhibition, at the National Photographic Archive in Temple Bar, Dublin, includes Christopher's photographs of LGBTI+ protests in Dublin, Paris and New York; plus seminal moments at home, including law reform in 1993 and Dublin Pride marches over the years.
The exhibition opened to the public on 9 June, and will run until November at the National Library’s Photographic Archive in Dublin’s Meeting House Square. Open Monday to Friday, 10am-4pm.
There is a series of online events running alongside the exhibition, including guided tours, talks, discussion panels and workshops, curated by Tonie Walsh. More details on the National Library of Ireland website.