Every Man and Woman is a Star © Tom Wood
An exploration of the work of Martin Parr and Tom Wood. Composed of work taken in the late 1970s and early 80s the display concentrates on both photographers’ Merseyside work, as well as a small selection of Parr’s Irish scenes.
It includes possibly the earliest work by Parr in a public collection, 'New Brighton, 1977' and images from some of Wood’s seminal projects, such as 'All Zones Off Peak' (bus journeys in and around Liverpool) and 'Looking for Love' (Chelsea Reach nightclub, New Brighton).
This exhibition formed part of the LOOK/13: Liverpool International Photography Festival, which included dozens of photographic exhibitions and events that took place across the city.
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