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.