A triptych by Deirdre Brennan was selected for the The Triptych Photography Festival.
After registering on the website, you can visualize the 100 triptychs, divided into three groups, that will remain online for three days, from 18 to 21 November. Every day you can visualize 1/3 of the triptychs (33 per day). On the last day, you will also visualize the 100th triptych, selected for having received the most likes in the Instagram contest category. The first day of the Festival when the first group of triptychs will be published is Thursday November 18, starting at 4 pm. The triptychs will remain online for 24 hours, after which the second group of triptychs will become visible, and so on.
The triptych is from a series of street portraits in The Liberties entitled “The Wall”. Inspired in part by the work of American Photographer Mike Disfarmer and the aesthetic of a Samuel Beckett play. Taken using medium format colour negative film and a 645 medium format camera.