Atypical Gallery, 109-113 Royal Avenue, Belfast
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Maurice Hobson – Faces Caught In Time

Thursday August 2nd, 2018. 5.30 - 8pm

A posthumous snapshot of the life and work of Maurice Hobson

Born in Caledon, Co. Tyrone in 1957, Maurice Hobson was injured in a bomb-blast in Dungannon in 1975 and sadly passed away in 1987, aged just 30 years old. The 1975 bomb left Maurice with facial disfigurement and other medical complications that, alongside the continuing violence of The Troubles, were to heavily influence his artistic practice later in life. This series of compelling, unapologetically discomfiting self-portraits, are a deliberate and uncomfortable reminder of the human casualties of ideological violence. In these photographs, Maurice has created a series of manipulated self-images so immediately challenging that they can be difficult to spend…

Launch: Thursday August 2nd 5.30pm to 8pm
Exhibition dates: August 3rd to August 31st

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