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Dónal Talbot is a photographer and artist based in Ireland. Talbot’s work is predominantly based in portraiture, and uses its intimate qualities as a tool to showcase and empower the LGBTQ+ community, through representation in art.

Talbot's work has been featured in i-D, The Face, Notion, Vice, V Magazine and the recent publication 'New Queer Photography'.

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'safe spaces' - ncad degree show

national college of art and design, dublin, 2017

‘Periodical Review #7’ – RGKSKSRG 

Pallas Projects, Dublin, 2017

‘60x60’ – Hen’s Teeth Studio

RDS, Dublin, 2017

‘The Re-appropriation of Sexuality ‘

NCAD Gallery, Dublin,  2017

‘RHA 188th Annual Exhibition’

Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin, 2018

‘Junior – Upcoming Irish Photographers’

Gallery of Photography, Dublin, 2018

‘Before I Knew What Was Next’

Connolly Books Gallery, Dublin, 2019

'G'wan Ireland'

Hen's Teeth Store, Dublin, 2020


The Library Project, Dublin, 2020

'Come To My Window' 

Belfast Street Exhibition, Belfast, 2020

'The Poster Project'

goma, Gallery of modern art, waterford, 2021

'And, if we observe the present'
Catalyst Arts & Belfast Photo Festival, Belfast, 2021

'PROTEST! Photography, Activism and Social Change in Ireland'

Gallery of Photography, Dublin, 2022

'New queer photography; focus on the margins'

f³ – freiraum für fotografie, berlin, 2022 

'the rise' - In Our Own Image / Chapter Six

d-light studios, dublin, 2022


Agility award 2022

arts council ireland


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