St Carthage Hall exhibition programme 2017.

2 April - 27 May 2017

MASSIMO BARTOLINI

 Musurgiaorgan

Lismore Castle Arts presents the first solo exhibition in Ireland of Massimo Bartolini, in association with Frith Street Gallery, London. Massimo will create a new body of work specially for the space. Born 1962, Massimo Bartolini’s work embraces various materials and techniques, from sculpture and performance to photography. These, often sensual, artworks induce in the viewer a meditative state that is still highly experiential, making us reflect on the relativity of what is stable and unchangeable.

OPENING RECEPTION - SATURDAY 1 APRIL, 5-7PM

 

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3 June - 29 July 2017

MICHAEL HANNA

Curated by Belfast Exposed

In Spring 2015 Belfast Exposed commissioned a programme of archive-themed exhibitions and events produced in response to its collection of community photography. ‘Short films about learning’ is a single channel video installation which juxtaposes a selection of images taken from the Belfast Exposed archive with excerpts from a lecture series entitled ‘Introduction to Psychology’ by Paul Bloom, a professor at Yale University. The work invites the viewer to consider the images, and the subjects they represent, as a series of codes, patterns of learned behaviours and universal tendencies.

OPENING RECEPTION - SATURDAY 3 JUNE, 4PM

In conversation with the artist, Saturday 3 June, 3.30PM

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5 August - 30 September 2017

CLARE LANGAN

Lismore Castle Arts is delighted to present a new film  work by Clare Langan. Clare studied Fine Art at the National College of Art and Design, Dublin and with a Fulbright Scholarship, completed a film workshop at New York University in 1992. Her films are in a number of international public and private collections including The Irish Museum of Modern Art, the Tony Podesta Private Collection, Washington, and the Hugo and Carla Brown Collection, UK

OPENING RECEPTION - SATURDAY 5 AUGUST, 3PM

In conversation with the artist, Saturday 5 August, 2.30PM

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The St Carthage Hall exhibition programme is supported by The Arts Council

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