THE Hunt Museum and Limerick Museum have come together with the Diocese of Limerick for a new visual art show current at The Hunt. In place for the next two months, we hear that ”‘Visible Reminders of Invisible Light’ is an exhibition that weaves together many strands of creativity around the theme of family, and celebrates Limerick’s long tradition in visual culture.”
Some 17 artists are involved. Bishop Brendan Leahy had launch honours. He told the gallery gathering that “what excites me particularly about this project is that the artists have placed themselves in relationship with others – others who speak to them from the past through artworks from the Museum but also with others who are awaiting a word of re-interpretation or new meaning from them in the present.
“They do us a great service in re-awakening encounter with the theme of family from a variety of angles across generations.”