The Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris, present ‘Et si on s’était trompé? (What if we got it wrong?)’ an exhibition exploring the impact of society and globalisation on the environment. Featuring the work of sixteen artists, including Alice Clark, Seamus Dunbar, Susan Leen and Seamus Nolan, the exhibition will tour to Ireland in 2016. In November, the Centre has work by photographer, Tom Wood that explores his relationship to the landscape of Ireland, in particular rural County Mayo. Due to religious intolerance, his family left the region in the 1950s and moved to England. The work covers four decades involving a range of photographic processes and formats, as well as video.
Et si on s’était trompé?: 26 September – 5 November;
Tom Wood: 13 November – 10 January, 2016
Image: Tom Woods