Gerry Dwyer is holding an exhibition of new work called "Dublin's Seascape" from 2pm on Saturday 1 December to Friday 7 December at the Gallery, Baldoyle Library, Strand Road, Baldoyle, Dublin 13. The gallery is a short walk along Baldoyle Estuary from Sutton Dart Station, and is open late Mondays to Thursdays.
The exhibition also marks the launch of Gerry's new website http://irelandswildlandscape.com
SHAPED BY HISTORY
“Shaped by History” Exhibition by Gerry Andrews FIPF
Date: Thursday 7th August, 6.00pm until January 2015
Venue: The National Photographic Archive, Meeting House Square, Temple Bar
“Shaped by History” has already been exhibited in the Hunt Museum Limerick, and, on a smaller scale, in DCC’s Eddie Chandler Gallery. Come along for a preview of what promises to be the biggest and best display of Gerry’s gritty black and white documentary project on Limerick’s Milk Market area in the 1970’s.
This is a most extraordinary exhibition of people around the Milk Market in Limerick. It was shot with a 35 mm camera but some of the work has been blown up to huge sizes by 360 DPI to give stunning images. Give your mind and eyes a treat by visiting this exhibition, I gather there is also a book on sale containing many of the images.