Category Archives: St Carthage Hall

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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TJ WILCOX: 12 May – 10 June 2012

TJ WILCOX: The Heir and Astaire The 2012 exhibition programme at Lismore Castle Arts: St Carthage Hall will open on 12 May with a solo show by American artist TJ Wilcox. The Heir and Astaire is devoted to the marriage of American theatrical star Adele Astaire (sister of Fred) and Lord Charles Cavendish. A daringly…
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CECILY BRENNAN: 18 – 20 November 2011

Cecily Brennan: Hero’s Engine  18th – 20th November 2011 Lismore Castle Arts: St Carthage Hall is a new offsite project space in a former Victorian church hall. Lismore Castle Arts invited Cecily Brennan to show a work in response to the themes of the Robert Boyle Science Festival. Brennan’s explorations of health, illness, damage and recovery…
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HERBEI EIN LICHT! 20 August – 25 September 2011

Herbei ein Licht! 20th August - 25th September 2011 Herbei ein Licht! presents a group exhibition of 18 German artists responding to the themes inherent in Goethe's most influential work, Faust, installed in a completely dark room, all light sources removed and the walls painted black. The gallery will only be open to one viewer at a time. Visitors…
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Naheed Raza: 16 July – 14 August 2011

Naheed Raza: Sand 16 July to 14 August 2011  Naheed Raza - Sand, curated by 126 Gallery, is the latest project at Lismore Castle Arts: St Carthage Hall. Shot at the edge of The Empty Quarter in the United Arab Emirates, Sand is a meditation on the strange, silent power of the desert.  The transience, mobility and immersive…
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ROMAN SIGNER: 12 June – 10 July 2011

Roman Signer films at Lismore Castle Arts: St Carthage Hall To celebrate the arrival of Roman Signer’s permanent sculpture at Lismore Castle Gardens, Lismore Castle Arts is delighted to present a selection of the artist’s films at St Carthage Hall. The films will run every Saturday and Sunday from 2 to 5 pm, and admission…
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