Irene Barry is an Irish artist and self taught photographer. Her art education commenced in NCAD in Dublin from which she graduated in 2007 with a BA in History of Art and Printed Textile Design. Irene also spent time studying the arts in Ecole Duperre in Paris. Barry’s work has featured in a number of prominent group & solo exhibitions both nationally and internationally including exhibitions in the RHA’s 182nd Annual Summer Show, PhotoIreland’s Canon Open Programme in The Powerscourt Gallery, The Motorhouse Gallery at Farmleigh, The Peppercanister Gallery, The Wilde Creative Centre Merrion Square, and The OPW’s Art of the State travelling exhibition titled ‘Flow’. In 2013 Barry’s work was selected for the European travelling exhibition titled 40/40/40. The works travelled to Madrid, Rome, Warsaw, Rathfarnham Castle Dublin, & OPW Head Offices in Trim. The exhibition celebrated Ireland’s 40 years in the European Union & Ireland hosting the EU presidency. Photography and Print has always been her preferred method of expression. Barry lives and works as an artist in Dublin.