About 400,000 women in Ireland have this condition and don’t know

IMAGE

Author Ruth Gilligan: ‘I have slowly colonised our flat’s small second bedroom into my writing...

Sophie Grenham

The Cabinet Sub-Committee on Covid-19 currently has no women sitting on it. Why?

Lynn Enright

These are the Netflix picks we can’t wait for in March

Jennifer McShane

Let’s set the table: make mealtimes feel more special with these flourishing touches

Megan Burns

The London Fashion Week beauty trends you’ll actually want to wear

Holly O'Neill

The best lipsticks to launch in 2021, from hydrating balms to creamy mattes

Holly O'Neill

Cult perfume brand Le Labo is now a lot easier to buy in Ireland

Holly O'Neill

‘There can be no change without a voice’: Miss Limerick resigns from Miss Ireland competition

Jennifer McShane

Image / Editorial

Stop Everything: Warhol, Banksy, Jeff Koons, Basquiat Coming To Dublin


by Niamh ODonoghue
17th Feb 2017

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.


Artistic royalty is coming to town from Thursday, March 2nd, through to Wednesday, March 22nd?at Gormley’s, 27 South Frederick Street, Dublin 2.

The exhibition will explore how contemporary art has developed from the 1950s to the present day?and features limited edition and original screen prints, including nine Warhol pieces as well as works by 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.

hirst

Damien Hirst

?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”, said?Oliver Gormley of Gormley’s Fine Art. “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”, he continued.

Entry to the exhibition is free and if you feel like splashing the cash, all work is available to purchase; with prices ranging from €2,000 to €190,000. For further information, visit www.gormleys.ie.