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Meet Artist Leah Hewson At An Exclusive One-Night-Only Exhibition In No. 72 Grafton Street


by IMAGE Interiors & Living
24th Nov 2017
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Join Samsung and IMAGE Publications for an exclusive evening of contemporary art with artist Leah Hewson in a stunning former cinema on Grafton Street. Thirty-one-year-old Dublin artist Leah Hewson graduated in Fine Art from DLIADT in 2010. Since then this dynamic artist has gone on to work with Sean Scully in New York before returning to Ireland to host two successful solo shows. She has just finished a six-month studio residency in the RHA and sees her resulting work as more vibrant and energetic than ever, “I see the act of utilising my imagination as the primary motivation in my work. I am constantly striving to refine its use in achieving obscure possibilities.”

For one night only Leah will collaborate with Samsung and Image Publications to showcase her work on Samsung’s new Lifestyle TV, The Frame.

Art when it’s on, TV when it’s off

 

WHERE No 72 Grafton Street, Dublin 2

WHEN Tuesday 5th December

TIME 6pm to 8pm

PLUS Enjoy delicious cocktails, canapés and music by Carola & Engel on the night

Click here to reserve your place as spaces are strictly limited.

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