Category: Exhibitions

RHA 190

The Royal Hibernian Academy is currently showcasing its 190th annual exhibition of Irish art. In what is Ireland’s oldest and largest open submission process, the RHA exhibits the work of hundreds of artists each year throughout their gallery. With the onset of Covid-19 and the restrictions implemented in public spaces, the RHA could not open […]

7th Sense

Aoife Dunne is an award winning installation artist who creates interactive and immersive experience driven pieces inspired by material culture. Since graduating from NCAD in 2016, Aoife has gone on present artist talks and exhibit her work nationally and internationally. Aoife produces site-specific installations which utilise art and technology to create an immersive and sensory […]


Neil Dunne is a painter and printmaker based in Dublin. Having graduated from NCAD in 2014 and having been awarded the post-graduate scholarship from 2015-17, Neil has gone on to produce expressionist works on the subject of the urban environment which have been exhibited nationally and internationally. Neil has developed his own contemporary style using the […]

Let’s Dance

Brian Giles (aka Sonofafox) is a printmaker and graphic designer based in Dublin. Having graduated from the Institute of Art Design and Technology (IADT), Brian has gone on to develop a strong and unique visual style of printmaking. Based out of his studio at Damn Fine Print, Brian produces vibrant and energetic prints which play with […]

Fault & Fold

Ed Kelly (aka Fault & Fold) is a visual artist and musician from Sligo who now lives and works in Dublin. With a degree in Design and a diploma in Fine Art (Painting), as well as having been a member of a few musical collectives, Ed established and co-runs a small music and art publishing […]

Davenport & Monaghan

In a dual exhibition at Gormleys Fine Art, artists Ian Davenport and Peter Monaghan present a range of dynamic works which utilise linear forms and vibrant colours to explore visual sensation and perception. Their works coexist harmoniously and provide the viewer with a visually stimulating and illusionary experience. The exhibition consists of 16 works which […]

Sound Wave

‘Tonn Fuaime’ (Sound Wave) is a group exhibition held in the Blasket Centre, showcasing the work of local artists Deirdre McKenna, Ciara McKenna, Áine Ní Chíobháin, Tomás Ó Cíobháin and Honora O’Neill. The exhibition consists of over 30 works which are all inspired by the dramatic landscapes and culture of West Kerry, capturing it’s atmosphere […]


Mark Francis is a visual artist from Northern Ireland who now lives and works in London. Mark produces abstract works with monothematic patterns and bold colours which have been exhibited internationally and included in collections across Ireland, the UK and the US. Mark’s work is largely influenced by patterns invisible to the naked eye which […]

Lace Paint Hair

‘Lace Paint Hair‘ is a group exhibition of work by Fiona Harrington, Eimear Murphy and Cian McLoughlin at the National Gallery of Ireland. The gallery recently reopened its doors in July following over 100 days of lockdown. During this time the gallery continued to develop its relationship with these contemporary artists resulting in an exhibition […]


Mary O’Connor is a visual artist and print-maker based in Dublin. Having lived in Ireland, New Zealand, Belize and Kazakhstan, Mary’s work has always taken inspiration from her changing surroundings. She produces graphic abstract works which utilise form and colour to explore concepts of culture, time, and flux. In her latest exhibition ‘Keel‘, Mary explores […]


Assemble is the first group exhibition to be held at Atelier Maser, showcasing the work of seven of Ireland’s leading contemporary artists; Alice Fitzgerald, Aoife Scott, Deirdre Breen, Helen Steele, Jane Fogarty, Leah Hewson and Lola Donoghue. The vibrant and playful exhibition brings together several mediums, including painting, print and sculpture, which all play with […]

Soon is Now

Creatives Against COVID-19 was a campaign during the initial stages of the COVID-19 global pandemic which asked creatives from all over the world to design inspiring and optimistic posters under the theme of ‘Soon’. During their 7 day submission window in April, over 1,000 poster designs were submitted from over 30 countries. Every design submitted […]

Cave Paintings

Shane Keisuke Berkery is an Irish-Japanese painter working in Dublin and represented by The Molesworth Gallery. Having graduated from the National College of Art and Design in 2015, Berkery went on to have his work shown in various exhibitions and included in the Irish State Art Collection. Berkery’s work is hugely influenced by his Japanese […]