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Tony Murray, What We Did on Our Holidays #4
Tony Murray, What We Did on Our Holidays #4
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Tony Murray, What We Did on Our Holidays #4

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What We Did on Our Holidays #4
Photography - Archival Inkjet
25 x 30 cm Framed
Edition of 5
 Framed / €397 Unframed (includes 13.5% VAT)


About the Artist

Tony Murray is a Fine Art graduate from the National College of Art and Design and a lecturer in Media Production and Photography at the Technological University of Dublin (retired). The first photographer to receive an Arts Council bursary in 1978, he was one of a small group of young photographers who documented social and religious events in Ireland in the 1980s and 90s. He has exhibited widely in Ireland, England and France and his work has been published in many books and magazines. In addition to his photographic work, he has directed and produced a number of television documentaries and co-authored a text book on Irish politics. His recent book “Holy Pictures” was published in 2020 and he is currently working on a second book to be published in 2023.


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