Category Archives: St Carthage Hall

ORIGINS: 15 September – 13 October 2013

Selected works from 2013 degree shows   6 September – 13 October 2013 (opening reception on Culture Night – 20 September)   Mark Buckridge, Anna Dudek, Linda Egan, Marie Farrington, Katerina Hlavacova, Nigel Holohan, Emma Johnston, Thomas Lyons, Joe Scullion and Sean Wright Lismore Castle Arts is delighted to present ORIGINS, an exhibition of work…
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SUPERFLEX: 7 July – 1 September 2013

SUPERFLEX: FLOODED MCDONALDS  Lismore Castle Arts: St Carthage Hall presents a film work by Danish collective Superflex entitled Flooded McDonald's. From large-scale installations, through to long-term process-based projects and films, Superflex’s work is founded in economic and political awareness. They create works inspired by the points where definitions and possibilities of art become blurred. Flooded McDonald's is…
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WILLIAM MCKEOWN: 20 April – 30 June 2013

Around the turn of the millennium William McKeown moved to the Old Convent Lismore to make a new body of work. What began as a short residency eventually became 18 months as McKeown felt inspired by the Convent and the Lismore landscape. The paintings made during this period in Lismore became the core of his…
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IN A CERTAIN LIGHT: 10 March – 14 April 2013

Catalyst Arts and Lismore Castle Arts present In a Certain Light Alessandra Giacinti, Liam Crichton, John Duncan, Jacqueline Holt and Stephen Madden  Lismore Castle Arts: St Carthage Hall  To coincide with their 20th anniversary Catalyst Arts have been invited by Lismore Castle Arts to curate a show with Belfast based artists, at St Carthage Hall.…
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CORBAN WALKER: 23 June – 19 August 2012

Corban Walker: Please Adjust This exhibition features one major work from the Irish Pavilion at the 2011 Venice Art Biennale, re-imagined for St Carthage Hall. Please Adjust, the largest work, comprises 176 interlocking stainless steel cube frames. As the title suggests the configuration which is subject to alteration at each installation questions the notion of…
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