Publicity shot of the 'Headhunter' exhibition in the headquarters of the OPW (Office of Public Works)  in Trim, Co. Meath, in the east of Ireland. The exhibition entitled 'The Irish Headhunter, The photograph Albums of Charles R. Browne' was developed by Ciarán Walsh who runs, a web orientated media and punlishing company based in Ballyheigue.



The ‘Headhunter’ exhibition has been touring the west of Ireland since May, starting in the Blasket Centre and moving through Aran, Connemara and on to Meath where it has just opened in  the spectacular building that is the headquarters of the OPW  – by architect Pat Boyle of the OPW and worth a look in itself.  The Headhunter project was developed with support from the OPW.

It is on show there until the 14 December and   this is the last chance to see the exhibition in the Pale. It moves back west in December  when it goes on show in the National Museum of Ireland, Country Life in Castlebar.