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Autumn 1998

Autumn 1998: Vol. 5, No. 2

Edited by John DuncanPeter NeillRichard West and Jim Maginn.


38 pages
295 x 210 mm
ISSN 13692224

This issue of Source magazine contains a piece on Patrick McCoy‘s The People’s Taxis which depicts passengers in the Catholic ‘Black Taxis’ firm cars around the Falls Road in West Belfast, a piece on the increase in heroin addiction throughout Dublin called Celtic Tiger on Smack which accompanies photographs by Ronnie Close as well as a review of Losing Ground by Donovan Wylie and writing on contemporary German photography. The cover photograph is by Patrick McCoy.

About the Publisher

Source is a quarterly photography magazine, available in print and as a digital edition, published in Belfast, Northern Ireland. They publish emerging photographic work and engage with the latest in contemporary photography through news, thoughtful features and reviews of the latest exhibitions and books from Ireland and the UK. Their website brings together an archive of writing and pictures from the magazine alongside current features.1

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