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Faces and Places

Friday 24th February 2017 - Thursday 30th March 2017

Faces and Places is an exhibition of photographs by Gerry Andrews.

Gerry Andrews’ interest in photography started as a nineteen year old while working in The Limerick Leader. In recent years, he has travelled extensively throughout South East Asia, South America, India and Cuba. In 2011, he spent a period of time making a photographic record of the vanishing tribes in the Omo Valley in Ethiopia and this work was subsequently featured in a profile of him on RTE television. He has received numerous photographic awards for his images. He has a specific interest in social documentary photography and was awarded a Fellowship by the Irish Photographic Federation for his work in this genre.

The exhibition will be running from Friday 24th February to Thursday 30th March in the Temporary Exhibition Gallery.

Admission free.

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