Ireland at Venice: The Irish Tour

Adventure: Capital returns to Ireland after celebrated success at Venice Biennale. The Pavilion of Ireland at the 56th International Art Exhibition presented a new artwork by Irish artist Sean Lynch entitled Adventure: Capital that traces a journey from myth to minimalism around Ireland and Britain. Combining sculptural, video and archival elements, Adventure: Capital is Lynch’s most ambitious project to date, bringing together: Greek river gods; public art at regional airports; quarries and the art of stone-carving; an abandoned sculpture in Cork; and a traffic roundabout, on a storytelling journey that unravels notions of value and the flow of capital through an anthropological lens. Over 400,000 people visited this exhibition in Venice and now it will tour Ireland.

21 January – 24 March 2016

Limerick City Gallery of Art

Alongside Adventure: Capital at Limerick City Gallery of Art, Sean Lynch will also present previous projects: A Church Without A Steeple (2012) courtesy of the Arts Council Collection, A Rocky Road (2011), Peregrine Falcons Visit Moyross (2008), Bill Clinton (2007), Reconstruction of Irish Energies (2007) and Latoon (2006–2015).


9 April – 5 June 2016

The Model, Sligo


7 July – 21 August 2016

Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin


1 September – 15 October 2016

Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast