MOSTYN announces Tom Wood – Landscapes

. January 6, 2014

MOSTYN presents Tom Wood – Landscapes an exhibition on view 18 January–6 April 2014, of previously unseen and unpublished photographic works spanning forty years by photographer Tom Wood.

Tom Wood, Mersey Family Vauxhall, 2002. Courtesy of the artist.

Tom Wood, Mersey Family Vauxhall, 2002. Courtesy of the artist.

Adopting an open and expansive approach to the genre of landscape, Tom Wood – Landscapes, curated by Mark Durden, presents for the first time a selection of over 100 of Wood’s extensive and varied pictures made in response to the West of Ireland, Merseyside and North Wales.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a forthcoming three-volume catalogue, published by Steidl, which will be the definitive publication of Tom Wood’s work on landscape—each volume representing a different geographical area and period of work. The exhibition will also feature an ambitious public engagement project, the Biscuit Tin Photo Archive, in which groups and individuals will be invited to share their own images of rural life and these will come to form a constantly evolving and integral part of the exhibition.

Tom Wood – Landscapes will travel from MOSTYN to Ffotogallery in Cardiff in autumn 2014 and Aberystwyth Arts Centre in early 2015, with further exhibitions in Europe to be confirmed. Supported by Arts Council of Wales National Touring Grant.

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