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27th May 2013 – 21st June 2013

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De Gaulle: A Quiet Holiday: A Photographic Exhibition on De Gaulle's visit to Ireland in 1969

Venue: European Union House, 18 Dawson Street, Dublin 2

The exhibition will present original photographs from the Kennelly Archive of De Gaulle's visit to Ireland after he left power in May 1969. Portraits of the McCartans, De Gaulle's Irish ancestors, will also be exhibited. Padraig and Joan Kennelly, founders of a small photographic studio in Tralee, Co. Kerry, followed the trail of this noted visitor and recorded the excitement caused amongst the inhabitants of Sneem, County Kerry. They called their collection "A Quiet Holiday". "De Gaulle: A Quiet holiday" is presented by the French Embassy in Ireland in association with the Irish Presidency of the Council of the EU and The Gathering Ireland 2013.

The original exhibition was conceived by Isabelle Galy-Aché and presented by the Irish Cultural Centre in Paris (2011) with the support of the Kennelly Archive, Foundation Charles de Gaulle, Ireland Fund of France.

De Gaulle: A Quiet Holiday: A Photographic Exhibition on De Gaulle's visit to Ireland in 1969

27th May 2013 – 21st June 2013

Price : Free

CONTACT

+35317088308
scac@ambafrance-ie.org

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www.ambafrance-ie.org

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Venue: European Union House, 18 Dawson Street, Dublin 2

The exhibition will present original photographs from the Kennelly Archive of De Gaulle's visit to Ireland after he left power in May 1969. Portraits of the McCartans, De Gaulle's Irish ancestors, will also be exhibited. Padraig and Joan Kennelly, founders of a small photographic studio in Tralee, Co. Kerry, followed the trail of this noted visitor and recorded the excitement caused amongst the inhabitants of Sneem, County Kerry. They called their collection "A Quiet Holiday". "De Gaulle: A Quiet holiday" is presented by the French Embassy in Ireland in association with the Irish Presidency of the Council of the EU and The Gathering Ireland 2013.

The original exhibition was conceived by Isabelle Galy-Aché and presented by the Irish Cultural Centre in Paris (2011) with the support of the Kennelly Archive, Foundation Charles de Gaulle, Ireland Fund of France.

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