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Tom Molloy

  • Exhibition until 30 April
  • Opening 17 March 16, 6.30-8pm
    Tuesday to Saturday from 2pm to 6pm
    (late opening on Wednesdays until 8pm),
    Sundays from 12.30pm to 2.30pm

    Closed on Mondays, and 20 March
  • admission free

Tom Molloy’s work examines power. He explores the ways in which it has been perverted and asks global questions about morality. An enthusiastic collector of images, his work encompasses drawing, collage, photography and sculpture, Molloy challenges perceptions by creating ambiguous works and investigating the overlap between representation and association. His deliberately minimal representations of significant political and historical moments are both subtle and highly charged.

For the last five years Tom Molloy has lived in France and, for his exhibition at CCI, has created a number of new works examining various aspects of his adopted country from the position of the outsider.