Willie Doherty: ‘My work lies in the gap between fact and fiction’

Since the 1980s, Willie Doherty has established an international reputation in photography and video. His latest exhibition ‘WHERE’ currently showing at the Ulster Museum, Belfast, is part of the ‘100 Years Forward’ programme by National Museums NI, to mark Northern Ireland’s centenary.

rranged across four galleries, ‘WHERE’ offers an overview of Doherty’s career and explores his interest in borders — real and imagined — a subject that has dominated his work for more than four decades.

Now living in Co Donegal, Doherty has been twice nominated for the Turner Prize, in 1994 and 2003.

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