Tom Wood is an Irish photographer considered one of the pionneers of modern color photography. He is known for his work of portraits, street photography and landscape photography, mainly through the daily life and social life in England (and more specifically Liverpool and Merseyside) in the 70's, 80's, and 90's, in pubs, public transportation, markets, workplaces, on football pitches, etc.
Tom Wood has published several books, in particular All Zones Off Peak (Dewi Lewis, 1998), Photie Man (Steidl, 2005) and Termini (GwinZegal, 2018).
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.Now in stock!.Presentation by GwinZegal : "Since 1975, Tom Wood is photographing obsessively everything that lives around him : the streets of Birkenhead, where he lives, in the suburbs of Liverpool, the passengers on the bus of his daily rides, first to go to work, then in a compulsive manner for years. (…) Several series are developping at the same...