Is it teething time for your little one?
Photographs play a huge role in documenting family milestones whether they are hugely defining moments or small insignificant every day activities. 
Most parents take for granted the ability to pick up a camera and freeze the action in a timeless shot. It’s the little things, like a camera, that become hugely important when they are absent.
It’s on this idea that Aidan Kelly has based his photography exhibition, I Only Miss You When You’re GoneKelly wanted to see if photographers would react to the idea that when something is missing it seems more vital.
From ominous waters, to paint brushes and coffee spoons, the photographs explore how these artists deal with absence, and the weight and importance it has to them and their lenses.
The exhibition is on display to the public at axis : Ballymun until 11th October. 



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