Lismore Castle Arts (@lismorecastlearts)

Lismore Castle Arts

@lismorecastlearts

Lismore Castle Arts presents a programme of international contemporary art within the historic setting of Lismore Castle.

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We are delighted announce our exhibition programme for St Carthage Hall for 2018. 
Exhibitions include Maeve Brennan, Juneau Projects, a group exhibition in collaboration with Askeaton Contemporary Arts, Kevin Atherton, a group exhibition looking at surveillance and data capture, and also the dark internet.  Juneau Projects: A Space For Lismore. January To April 2018
For 2018 we have invited Juneau Projects (Phil Duckworth and Ben Sadler) to work in Lismore, working in different ways with the idea of the local, folk, community and collaboration. The artists will visit Lismore several times over the project and will use St Carthage Hall as their base for the project. 
Maeve Brennan: The Drift: 14 April – 20 May
The film is produced by Chisenhale Gallery, London and Spike Island, Bristol and commissioned by Chisenhale Gallery; Spike Island; The Whitworth, The University of Manchester; and Lismore Castle Arts, Lismore.  When Facts Don’t Matter. Group exhibition, 26 May – 8 July
A group exhibition about surveillance and how artists are responding to new media, data capture and the dark internet. Artists tba. 
The Expanded Field. Group exhibition in collaboration with Askeaton Contemporary Arts.
14 July – 26 August
Askeaton Contemporary Arts and Lismore Castle Arts present ‘The Expanded Field’, with artists Stuart Whipps, The Centre for Land Use Interpretation, The Domestic Godless, Olivia Plender, Superfolk and Filip Van Dingenen. 
Origins – graduate solo award. 8 September – 14 October.
Lismore Castle Arts is delighted to present ORIGINS, selected from the 2018 undergraduate shows across Ireland. 
Kevin Atherton, 27 October – 25 November 2018
For St Carthage Hall, Atherton will take one of his most public pieces, Cathedral, at the Forest of Dean, and present a new work based on the piece in the former Victorian church hall in Lismore. 
St Carthage Hall is the project space of Lismore Castle Arts. 
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#juneauprojects @juneau_projects 
#kevinatherton @askeatoncontemporary

Lismore Castle Arts (@lismorecastlearts)


We are delighted announce our exhibition programme for St Carthage Hall for 2018. Exhibitions include Maeve Brennan, Juneau Projects, a group exhibition in collaboration with Askeaton Contemporary Arts, Kevin Atherton, a group exhibition looking at surveillance and data capture, and also the dark internet. Juneau Projects: A Space For Lismore. January To April 2018 For 2018 we have invited Juneau Projects (Phil Duckworth and Ben Sadler) to work in Lismore, working in different ways with the idea of the local, folk, community and collaboration. The artists will visit Lismore several times over the project and will use St Carthage Hall as their base for the project. Maeve Brennan: The Drift: 14 April – 20 May The film is produced by Chisenhale Gallery, London and Spike Island, Bristol and commissioned by Chisenhale Gallery; Spike Island; The Whitworth, The University of Manchester; and Lismore Castle Arts, Lismore. When Facts Don’t Matter. Group exhibition, 26 May – 8 July A group exhibition about surveillance and how artists are responding to new media, data capture and the dark internet. Artists tba. The Expanded Field. Group exhibition in collaboration with Askeaton Contemporary Arts. 14 July – 26 August Askeaton Contemporary Arts and Lismore Castle Arts present ‘The Expanded Field’, with artists Stuart Whipps, The Centre for Land Use Interpretation, The Domestic Godless, Olivia Plender, Superfolk and Filip Van Dingenen. Origins – graduate solo award. 8 September – 14 October. Lismore Castle Arts is delighted to present ORIGINS, selected from the 2018 undergraduate shows across Ireland. Kevin Atherton, 27 October – 25 November 2018 For St Carthage Hall, Atherton will take one of his most public pieces, Cathedral, at the Forest of Dean, and present a new work based on the piece in the former Victorian church hall in Lismore. St Carthage Hall is the project space of Lismore Castle Arts. www.lismorecastlearts.ie #lismorecastlearts #stcarthagehall #maevebrennan #lismoreireland #juneauprojects @juneau_projects #kevinatherton @askeatoncontemporary

Lismore Castle Arts is delighted to announce its main gallery exhibition in 2018 - Rashid Johnson.

This will be the first major solo exhibition by Rashid Johnson in Ireland, encompassing large scale works on paper, 2 film works, and several new sculptural works made for the gardens.

Preview: 14 April, 3-6pm
15 APRIL - 14 OCTOBER 2018

www.lismorecastlearts.ie
Image courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth
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#rashidjohnson
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#lismoreireland @rashidjohnson

Lismore Castle Arts (@lismorecastlearts)


Lismore Castle Arts is delighted to announce its main gallery exhibition in 2018 - Rashid Johnson. This will be the first major solo exhibition by Rashid Johnson in Ireland, encompassing large scale works on paper, 2 film works, and several new sculptural works made for the gardens. Preview: 14 April, 3-6pm 15 APRIL - 14 OCTOBER 2018 www.lismorecastlearts.ie Image courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth #lismorecastlearts #rashidjohnson #hauserandwirth #lismoreireland @rashidjohnson

Fantastic to have Juneau Projects (Phil Duckworth and Ben Sadler) at Lismore for the last few days. Looking forward to their project in Lismore next year @bend_laser @juneau_projects #lismorecastlearts #stcarthagehall #aspaceforlismore #lismoreireland

Lismore Castle Arts (@lismorecastlearts)


Fantastic to have Juneau Projects (Phil Duckworth and Ben Sadler) at Lismore for the last few days. Looking forward to their project in Lismore next year @bend_laser @juneau_projects #lismorecastlearts #stcarthagehall #aspaceforlismore #lismoreireland

Today is the last day of Gabrielle Drimalovski’s exhibition at S Carthage Hall. Gabrielle was the winner of our Graduate Award 2017. It’s also our last exhibition of the year - thanks to all our artists, friends, visitors and supporters! #stcarthagehall #gabrielledrimalovski @ellevisual #lismoreireland #lismorecastlearts

Lismore Castle Arts (@lismorecastlearts)


Today is the last day of Gabrielle Drimalovski’s exhibition at S Carthage Hall. Gabrielle was the winner of our Graduate Award 2017. It’s also our last exhibition of the year - thanks to all our artists, friends, visitors and supporters! #stcarthagehall #gabrielledrimalovski @ellevisual #lismoreireland #lismorecastlearts

We’re launching Primary Postcards tonight - an exhibition by primary school students responding to the Anthony McCall installation which took place earlier this year. Students from Aglish National School, Cappoquin National School, Lismore Mochuda, St Joseph’s Primary School and Whitechurch National School took part. #lismorecastlearts #lismoreireland #primarypostcards

Lismore Castle Arts (@lismorecastlearts)


We’re launching Primary Postcards tonight - an exhibition by primary school students responding to the Anthony McCall installation which took place earlier this year. Students from Aglish National School, Cappoquin National School, Lismore Mochuda, St Joseph’s Primary School and Whitechurch National School took part. #lismorecastlearts #lismoreireland #primarypostcards

Gabrielle Drimalovski, winner of our graduate award 2017, continues this weekend at St Carthage Hall. Open 12-5pm, Friday-Sunday. #artlismore2017 #lismorecastlearts #stcarthagehall #lismoreireland

Lismore Castle Arts (@lismorecastlearts)


Gabrielle Drimalovski, winner of our graduate award 2017, continues this weekend at St Carthage Hall. Open 12-5pm, Friday-Sunday. #artlismore2017 #lismorecastlearts #stcarthagehall #lismoreireland

Gabrielle Drimalovski, winner of our 2017 Graduate Award, continues this weekend at St Carthage Hall, open Friday to Sunday 12-5pm #artlismore2017 #stcarthagehall #lismorecastlearts #gabrielledrimalovski #graduateaward #lismoreireland

Lismore Castle Arts (@lismorecastlearts)


Gabrielle Drimalovski, winner of our 2017 Graduate Award, continues this weekend at St Carthage Hall, open Friday to Sunday 12-5pm #artlismore2017 #stcarthagehall #lismorecastlearts #gabrielledrimalovski #graduateaward #lismoreireland

The Lismore Castle Arts team are ready for the screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show! Looking forward to welcoming (frightening) you all 🎃 #rockyhorrorpictureshow

Lismore Castle Arts (@lismorecastlearts)


The Lismore Castle Arts team are ready for the screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show! Looking forward to welcoming (frightening) you all 🎃 #rockyhorrorpictureshow

Gabrielle Drimalovski continues at St Carthage Hall this weekend - open Friday to Sunday 12-5pm. Gabrielle was the winner of our Origins solo Graduate Award 2017. #lismoreireland #graduateaward #stcarthagehall

Lismore Castle Arts (@lismorecastlearts)


Gabrielle Drimalovski continues at St Carthage Hall this weekend - open Friday to Sunday 12-5pm. Gabrielle was the winner of our Origins solo Graduate Award 2017. #lismoreireland #graduateaward #stcarthagehall

Gabrielle Drimalovski continues this weekend at St Carthage Hall - open 12-5pm, Fri-Sun, free entry. @ellevisual #stcarthagehall #graduateaward #lismoreireland

Lismore Castle Arts (@lismorecastlearts)


Gabrielle Drimalovski continues this weekend at St Carthage Hall - open 12-5pm, Fri-Sun, free entry. @ellevisual #stcarthagehall #graduateaward #lismoreireland

What a lovely bunch of people we’ve had working at the gallery this year! Thank you all so much - here’s to 2018! #lismorecastlearts #castleteam #goteamlismore

Lismore Castle Arts (@lismorecastlearts)


What a lovely bunch of people we’ve had working at the gallery this year! Thank you all so much - here’s to 2018! #lismorecastlearts #castleteam #goteamlismore

Closing party has started 🎉 🎈

Lismore Castle Arts (@lismorecastlearts)


Closing party has started 🎉 🎈

Today we say goodbye to 2 wonderful exhibitions - Anthony McCall and Luke Fowler - and our gardens close for the winter. Thanks to all our artists, visitors and supporters- we have lots of events planned over the winter, and an exciting programme coming up in 2018. #artlismore2017 #lismorecastlearts #anthonymccall #lukefowler #linedescribingacone #lismoreireland #lismorecastlegardens #bestgardeninireland

Lismore Castle Arts (@lismorecastlearts)


Today we say goodbye to 2 wonderful exhibitions - Anthony McCall and Luke Fowler - and our gardens close for the winter. Thanks to all our artists, visitors and supporters- we have lots of events planned over the winter, and an exciting programme coming up in 2018. #artlismore2017 #lismorecastlearts #anthonymccall #lukefowler #linedescribingacone #lismoreireland #lismorecastlegardens #bestgardeninireland

Last weekend of Anthony McCall at Lismore Castle Arts, ends tomorrow at 5pm. #anthonymccall #anthonymccall #lismoreireland #linedescribingacone

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Last weekend of Anthony McCall at Lismore Castle Arts, ends tomorrow at 5pm. #anthonymccall #anthonymccall #lismoreireland #linedescribingacone

Heading into the final weekend of Anthony McCall at Lismore Castle Arts - ends Sunday! #artlismore2017 #lismorecastlearts #lismoreireland #anthonymccall #linedescribingacone

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Heading into the final weekend of Anthony McCall at Lismore Castle Arts - ends Sunday! #artlismore2017 #lismorecastlearts #lismoreireland #anthonymccall #linedescribingacone

Anthony McCall closes this weekend - galleries open every day until Sunday. #artlismore2017 #lismorecastlearts #anthonymccall #linedescribingacone Pictured- Landscape For Fire, 1972

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Anthony McCall closes this weekend - galleries open every day until Sunday. #artlismore2017 #lismorecastlearts #anthonymccall #linedescribingacone Pictured- Landscape For Fire, 1972

Final few days of Anthony McCall at Lismore Castle Arts, closes Sunday. #artlismore2017 #lismorecastlearts #anthonymccall #lismoreireland Pictured: Landscape For Fire, 1972.

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Final few days of Anthony McCall at Lismore Castle Arts, closes Sunday. #artlismore2017 #lismorecastlearts #anthonymccall #lismoreireland Pictured: Landscape For Fire, 1972.

It’s the final week of Anthony McCall at Lismore Castle Arts - closes Sunday at 5pm. Pictured: ‘Crossing the Elbe’, 2013, installation drawing. #artlismore2017 #lismorecastlearts #linedescribingacone #crossingtheelbe #anthonymccall

Lismore Castle Arts (@lismorecastlearts)


It’s the final week of Anthony McCall at Lismore Castle Arts - closes Sunday at 5pm. Pictured: ‘Crossing the Elbe’, 2013, installation drawing. #artlismore2017 #lismorecastlearts #linedescribingacone #crossingtheelbe #anthonymccall

One week left of our Anthony McCall show - closes next Sunday 15th October. Open every day from 10.30am. #artlismore2017 #linedescribingacone #lismorecastlearts #lismoreireland #anthonymccall

Lismore Castle Arts (@lismorecastlearts)


One week left of our Anthony McCall show - closes next Sunday 15th October. Open every day from 10.30am. #artlismore2017 #linedescribingacone #lismorecastlearts #lismoreireland #anthonymccall