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Glen House


Glen House, Glentworth St, LimerickGoogle MapsArrow
  • This commercial property is located on Glentworth Street, which gets its name from Reverend William Cecil Pery, Bishop of Limerick, who was created Baron Glentworth of Mallow in 1790.
  • It served as the original offices for EVA as well as Murray O’Laoire Architects.
  • This site was one of 26 listed venues for the 22nd edition of EVA in 1998, curated by Paul M O‘Reilly (b. 1934, Ireland).
  • The 1998 edition was the most expansive edition in EVA’s history in terms of number of venues and artists.
  • Here Daphne Wright (b. 1963, Ireland) exhibited her mixed-media installation Looking for the Home of the Sickness (1991–92).
  • This building was also one of 19 listed venues for the 19th edition of EVA in 1994, curated by Jan Hoet (b. 1936, Belgium; d. 2014).
  • That year Kathe Burkhart (b. 1958, USA) exhibited a mixed-media installation titled Bill 1978 (The Rack) (1992–93).

Artwork presented at this venue

Daphne Wright, Looking for the Home of the Sickness, 1991–92.