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Architecture at the Edge, in association with Kylemore Abbey, is pleased to present 'Interpreting Landscape: Tim Robinson and the West of Ireland' which celebrates the immense contribution that Tim Robinson made to understanding the landscape of the west of Ireland.

This exhibition at the Fordham Hall, Kylemore Abbey, is a tribute to the life’s work of Tim and Mairead Robinson, whose shared passion for and knowledge of place has left a scholarly legacy of books and maps of the West of Ireland which will endure for generations.

Included in the exhibit is a piece by acclaimed Galway sculptor, John Coll, which pays tribute to the late writer and cartographer. John Coll is one of Ireland’s most prominent figurative sculptors and we are delighted to have him at the Architecture at the Edge Festival.

AATE Festival 2022 : 01 – 10 October
Exhibition runs 1 October to Spring 2023.

Location: Fordham Hall, Kylemore Abbey, Connemara, Co. Galway
Please note after 02nd October, entry included in regular admission to Kylemore Abbey

Interpreting Landscape: Tim Robinson and the West of Ireland

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Event Type(s) Festivals
Admission / Cost FREE
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Kylemore Abbey & Victorian Walled Gardens More Info

Address: Kylemore Abbey,
Co. Galway
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