Jialin Long

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

Exhibition & Publications


The only way to see grandpa commissioned by The Courthouse Gallery will show with The Figurative Seven exhibition launching on the Culture Night 2022 (23rd September - 22 October 2022 )

Work from What Do you think of Me? is exhibiting in In Our Own Image: Photography and the Social Gaze at PHOTO MUSEUM IRELAND (22nd September – 5th November 2022)

Red illuminates exhibited with New Irish Works, Deming Gao (Garda) exhibited with On Portraiture at PhotoIreland Festival, Printworks Dublin Castle 

The Young Pioneer (girl), from Red illuminates is exhibiting at 192nd RHA Annual Exhibition, Dublin

Untitled, Moving Image from Red illuminates is exhibiting at you breathe differently down here, Draíocht Gallery, Dublin (2nd March — 30th April)

Untitled, Min Zheng, from What Do you think of Me? is exhibiting at National Photography Collection exhibition, Gallery of Photography Ireland, Dublin (run until 26th March)


Red illuminates exhibited at The Library Project, Dublin

Red illuminates screened at Melkweg Expo cafe, Amsterdam

What Do you think of Me? , commissioned by The Creative Ireland Programme / Dublin City Arts Office / Gallery of Photography Ireland, installed as a billboard campaign around the city of Dublin.

Red illuminates showed at the red couch gallery at The Courthouse Gallery, Co.Clare as a solo exhibition.

The Leftover Women published in FotoNostrum Magazine issue no.13 (FotoNostrum Gallery, Spain)

Short film Yuri screened at the 13th edition of the Dublin Chinese Lunar New Year 2021 - Year of the Ox festival. Accompanying a conversation with Tanya Kiang, Director of the Gallery of Photography 


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

Red illuminates is published on Dodho Magazine (Spain)

HALFTONE print fair, The Library Project, Dublin. 


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


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


Androgynous exhibited on screens on campus in IADT, Dublin


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

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


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

Installation View 



The Arts Council Visual Arts Bursary Award

FUTURES: Irish Talents 2021 artist to join FUTURES Photography platform, selected by PhotoIreland

Graduate Exhibition Award, The Courthouse Gallery, Co.Clare

The Irish Times, 50 people to watch in 2021: The best young talent in Ireland, News

Guest at Immigrant’s Journey Podcast, interviewed by Carmen Neta


Creative Ireland Programme / Dublin City Council Artists' Diversity Commissions winner

Selected artist at MEET-Photo by Amsterdam based independent curator Iris Sikking

Gallery of Photography Ireland Graduate Awards 2020 winner, News

The inaugural Photoworks (London) Photography+ Graduate Award

The Inspirational Arts Photography Award 2020 winner, select by Ángel Luis González, Director of PhotoIreland, News

Award a year long membership at The Darkroom (Dublin) 


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


Silence won SCC Senior Photography Competition, Honourable Mentioned, Dublin


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

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