Gormley’s Fine Art, one of Ireland's leading art galleries, will host an exhibition of contemporary international editions in March 2017, bringing rare works to an Irish audience for the very first time. The exhibition will explore how contemporary art has developed from the 1950s to the present day, featuring important works by Andy Warhol, Banksy, Damien Hirst, Keith Haring, Jeff Koons, Robert Indiana, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Bambi. It highlights works from a range of movements including Pop Art, Street Art, Neo Pop, Young British Artists and Urban Art.
This carefully-curated exhibition opens on Thursday, 2nd March and runs until Wednesday, 22nd March at Gormley’s, 27 South Frederick Street, Dublin 2. It features limited edition, original screen prints, including nine Warhol pieces. Such works are rarely available to view in Ireland, let alone buy!
Oliver Gormley of Gormley’s Fine Art said: “We are genuinely excited to bring work by some of the world’s most highly renowned contemporary artists to Ireland, with an exhibition that represents a new departure for us. Currently, many Irish art collectors go to London or New York to purchase this type of work from artists like Banksy, one of the most sought-after stars of the art world. This is a rare opportunity to see it up close in Dublin. The exhibition opening will act as a launch pad for a wider program of events showcasing the work of international blue chip artists. In particular we plan to incorporate works by Warhol, Hirst, Banksy, Haring, Koons and Bambi into our regular gallery program.”
Entry to the exhibition is free and all work is available to purchase, with prices ranging from €2,000 to €190,000. For further information, visit www.gormleys.ie.