Jialin Long

lens-based artist born in Beijing, based outside Dublin.


Exhibition & Publications


2020

Red illuminates featured in JRNL6 Fall 2020 Issue (Canada), selected by guest editor, Emma Bowkett, Director of Photography at Financial Times Weekend Magazine

Red illuminates featured in Photoworks Photography + online magazine, #8 The Graduate Issue (UK) ​

Red illuminates featured in The Pupil Sphere online exhibition (UK)

Red illuminates is published as a TLP Edition by PhotoIreland

HALFTONE print fair, The Library Project, Dublin. 

2019

Light and Time Travel exhibited with Group Exhibition at IADT Quadrangle Building, Dublin

2018

Smurfs Believe Inequality exhibited with Photography & Curatorial Practice, IADT Quadrangle Building, Dublin

Heading into the Unknown exhibited with Eighteen, New works from IADT 2nd year Photography, Steambox, Dublin

If I had a Choice exhibited with Students Create: Choice Exhibition (for repeal the 8th referendum), The Complex, 15 Little Green Street, Dublin

2017

Androgynous exhibited on screens on campus in IADT, Dublin

2016

Trypophobia exhibited with Sight Specific, PhotoIreland Festival 2016, Filmbase, Dublin

Trypophobia exhibited with St. Kevin's College graduate exhibition, Steambox, Dublin

2015

"The Meaning of Light" black & white analogue exhibition, In-spire Galerie, Dublin

Installation View 


Awards

2020 

Creative Ireland Programme / Dublin City Council Artists' Diversity Commissions

Gallery of Photography Ireland Graduate Awards 2020 winner, News

Red illuminates has been selected for the first Photoworks (London) Photography+ Graduate Award

Winner of the Inspirational Arts Photography Award 2020, select by Ángel Luis González, Director of PhotoIreland, News

Award a year long membership at The Darkroom (Dublin) 

2018 

Science in Everyday Life won Cavan Monaghan Science Festival Photography Competition, 1st Place

2016 

Silence won SCC Senior Photography Competition, Honourable Mentioned, Dublin

2015 

Darkroom print Untitled won SCC Senior Photography Competition, 3rd Place for Black & White Photography, Dublin

Using Format