A comprehensive list of galleries in Dublin
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Access To Arts Gallery
The Access to Arts Gallery showcases outstanding examples of contemporary Irish Applied Art and Fine Art. It is a unique gallery showing work in glass, ceramics, silver, print, oils, watercolours…
- Apollo Gallery
The Apollo Gallery specialises in the work of Irish Artists or Artists living in Ireland imbued with the Irish imagination. It’s function is to bring Irish work (Paintings, Sculpture & Prints) to an International Audience.
- Balla Bán Art Gallery
Balla Bán (which is the Irish for ‘White Wall’) is a Fine Art Gallery conveniently located in the Westbury Shopping Mall, just off Grafton Street in the heart of Dublin City…
- Blue Leaf Gallery
The Blue Leaf Gallery is situated on Pembroke Street where businesses, tourists and passers-by alike have the opportunity to view a magnificent and diverse range of artists’ works.
- Bridge Art Gallery
The Bridge Gallery aims to take the mystique out of buying art. It acknowledges that there is a tendency for art galleries to be cold, intimidating places and sets out to create a comfortable environment.
- Centre for Creative Practices
The Centre for Creative Practices (CFCP) aims to develop, sustain, promote and present new arts and creative practices through its workshops, seminars, courses, exhibitions, screenings, concerts…
- Chester Beatty Library
The Chester Beatty Library, one of Ireland’s National Cultural Institutions, was created by Sir Alfred Chester Beatty and bequeathed by him to a trust for the benefit of the public.
- Cross Gallery
The Cross Gallery is located on Francis Street, at the heart of Dublin’s fine art and antique trade. The Cross Gallery was set up in 1999 as a progressive new space to showcase contemporary art by both established and up-and-coming artists. De Veres Art Auctions
De Veres Art Auctions, located on Kildare St., holds quarterly auctions at the Royal Hibernian Academy.
- Douglas Hyde Gallery
The Douglas Hyde Gallery, in Trinity College, consistently hosts some of the most unusual and thought-provoking exhibitions in the city.
- Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane
Located in Charlemont House in Dublin’s city centre, the Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, which is funded by Dublin City Council, houses one of Ireland’s foremost collections of modern…
Four is devoted to the development of an uninhibited artistic exploration of ideas, discourses and new trends in contemporary art and its practices.
- Gallery @ No. Six
In addition to established names it is our policy to encourage emerging Irish artists, providing them with the opportunity to display and sell their works.
- Gallery Lukisan
Gallery Lukisan specializes in Indonesian Modern Art, with a focus on figurative style. Based in Dublin (Ireland), with affiliates in Jakarta (Indonesia) and Amsterdam (The Netherlands), Gallery….
- Gallery of Photography
Since its inception in 1978 the Gallery of Photography has become Ireland’s premier venue for photography. It has staged exhibitions with many of the major names in contemporary photography.
- Gallery Zozimus
The gallery holds a collection of Art Objects, comprising works by noted painters, ceramicists, and introducing some up and coming talent. It will also show art photography and wood art.
- Graphic Studio Gallery
The impressive gallery space in Temple Bar is used for the sale and exhibition of fine art prints. Here one can explore a diverse and visually stimulating array of fine art original prints from a vast range of artists.
- Green Gallery
The policy of The Green Gallery is to make available a broad range of contemporary art from both Irish and International artists. The Green Gallery is known for its variety in style, price range and excellence of quality.
- Green On Red
The Green On Red Gallery is one of Ireland’s most dynamic and exciting galleries. We represent some of the best contemporary art on the market, both Irish and non-Irish.
- Hallward Gallery
Situated in the basement of a fine Georgian house in Dublin’s Merrion Square the Hallward Gallery is a privately run Gallery showing contemporary Irish art.
- Hillsboro Fine Art
Long a favourite with Ireland’s discerning art enthusiasts, Hillsboro Fine Art is quickly becoming known to collectors of 20th Century and Contemporary art around the world.
- Irish Museum of Modern Art
The Irish Museum of Modern Art is Ireland’s leading national institution for the collection and presentation of modern and contemporary art.
- James Adam Salesroom
One of Ireland’s leading salesrooms for antiquities and fine art, James Adam organize both general and specialist auctions.
- Jorgensen Gallery
Specialises in late ninetieth and early twentieth century Irish, English and European Art. Also features solo exhibitions of contemporary international artists.
- Keeling Gallery
Artist Vincent Keeling set up The Keeling Gallery in November 2009. The gallery is situated on 41 Clarendon Street just one street over from Grafton Street. The gallery is a bright easygoing space…
- Kerlin Gallery
Kerlin Gallery represents contemporary international artists, contemporary Irish artists.
- Kevin Kavanagh Gallery
The Kavanagh was one of the first contemporary galleries in Temple Bar before its current incarnation as Dublin’s official cultural quarter. Gallery artists have included Michael Boran, Colin Martin and Alison Pilkington.
- LAB gallery
The LAB gallery was established by Dublin City Council in 2006. The LAB supports emerging artists by providing opportunities for first solo shows.
- Lemon Street Gallery
Our gallery in the heart of Dublin provides an exceptionally fine art-space that is both enjoyable and informative. We also have a cafe with a fine selection of coffee, beverages, gourmet sandwiches and pastries.
- Molesworth Gallery
The Molesworth Gallery lies at the heart of Dublin’s art district, on one of its most elegant Georgian terraces. The magnificent proportions of the Gallery make it an ideal showcase for art and antiques of every tradition.
- Monster Truck Gallery & Studios
Very few monsters, not many trucks – but plenty of fantastic exhibitions from some of Ireland’s most creative up-and-comers. Find out what’s on this year…
- National Gallery of Ireland
The National Gallery of Ireland houses the national collection of Irish art and European master paintings. Admission to the permanent collection is free.
- Oisin Gallery
Oisín Gallery is located on in the heart of Dublin’s museum district. The gallery has established strong links with dealers, collectors, auctioneers and built its reputation on representing exciting works by Irish and international artists.
- Original Print Gallery
In the midst of the pleasant cobbled streets of Temple Bar the Original Print Gallery showcases the best of Irish and International printmaking.
- Peppercanister Gallery
The Peppercanister gallery features a range of contemporary paintings, traditional paintings, sculptures and ceramics.
- Powerscourt Gallery
The Powerscourt Gallery is an Art Gallery and Design Boutique located in the ballroom of the beautiful and historic Powerscourt Townhouse, a few meters from bustling Grafton Street in Dublin…
- Project Arts Centre
Renovated and expanded a couple of years ago, the new Project Arts Centre has two spacious auditoriums and an Art gallery. They regularly offer the most exciting and innovative shows on the Irish stage.
- Royal Hibernian Academy
The Royal Hibernian Academy is an artist based and artist orientated institution dedicated to developing, affirming and challenging the public’s appreciation and understanding of traditional and innovative approaches to the visual arts.
- Rubicon Gallery
The gallery’s core objective is to enable contemporary Irish and International artists to realise and optimise projects in all media through/in the gallery venue or elsewhere.
- Solomon Gallery
Solomon acquires and sells important 20th Century Modern & Contemporary Irish Art on a constant basis and always holds a fine collection of paintings by artists such as Louis le Brocquy, Patrick Scott, Tony O’Malley, John Shinnors and much more.