PHOTOGRAPHY IN DUNAGNEE: A HISTORY (1879-1930)
The coastal Irish town, Dunagnee, is possibly best known as the home of the ancient religion Paraspectivism. The town came to prominence in 1879 when Mary O'Donnel, along with several other believers, witnessed an apparition of Sophia the Sentient and the Holy Imbolc. Consequently, Dunagnee has become an international pilgrimage for Paraspectivist believers. This exhibition is comprised of a collection of photographs dating from 1879 to 1930 for two reasons. The first is that the oldest known photograph of Dunagnee dates back to 1879. The second is in recognition of High Priestess Maureen O'Hara's contribution to the Dunagnee Heritage Centre's archive. Sadly, H.P O'Hara's passing in 1930 led to a temporary halt in the photography produced in the area.
Yusuf Amod • Ellie Berry • Stephen Colleary • Liadh Connolly • Megan Dooge McConnell • Liezl Erasmus • Hue Hale • Sophia Harding • Dagmar Hradilova • Gemma Kelly • Anna Kerslake • Clare Lyons • Kieran Murray • Cale Perrin • Jonathan Phelan • Julia Ptak • Olivia Quiney • Will Rolfe •