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Munster Rugby Store


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  • Rutland Street is a historically significant street in Limerick, and was a main city thoroughfare in the 18th century.
  • It was named after Charles Manners, the 4th Duke of Rutland, who was appointed Lord Lieutenant of Ireland in 1784.
  • Today, this area is under development to become the Opera Square – a 3.7-acre commercial development project.
  • This site was one of 12 listed venues for the 24th edition of EVA in 2000, curated by Rosa Martínez (b. 1955, Spain).
  • Artist Séan Taylor (b. 1959, Ireland) presented a rugby-inspired video installation titled Anthem II.
  • Séan Taylor has presented works across multiple editions of EVA – in 1986, in 1999, and in 2016 as part of Softday, which was an art and science collaboration with Mikael Fernström (b. 1955, Sweden) and Deirdre Power (b. 1963, Ireland).

Artwork presented at this venue

Seán Taylor, Anthem II, n.d.