Anne's Lane. South Anne Street. Dublin D02 A028, Ireland/ 3531.670.9093 / www.kerlingallery.com
Established in Dublin 1988, Kerlin Gallery has built an international reputation by providing representation for many leading contemporary artists from Ireland and abroad. Over two decades, the gallery has produced significant solo shows of, amongst others, Liam Gillick, Willie Doherty, Siobhan Hapaska, Phil Collins... Open: Mon-Fri, 10 am - 5:45 pm. Saturday 11 am - 4.30 pm.
The Molesworth Gallery
16 Molesworth Street. Dublin 2, Ireland/ 3531.679.1548/ molesworthgallery.com
The Molesworth Gallery is one of Ireland's leading contemporary art galleries, representing some of the most accomplished and exciting artists working in the country today. Open: Mon-Fri, 10 am - 5:30 pm; Saturday, 11 am - 2 pm.
Foley Street, Dublin 1, Ireland/ 3531.2225.455/ www.dublincityartsoffice.ie
The LAB was established by Dublin City Council in 2005 as a municipal arts hub, housing gallery, rehearsal and incubation spaces for a range of art forms. The LAB Gallery supports emerging art practices and delivers a year round programme of free events for all ages. In addition to Dublin City Council, the LAB Gallery is supported by the Arts Council. Exhibitions are selected from proposals and by direct invitation usually eighteen months in advance. Open: Mon - Fri 10 am - 6 pm; Sat & Sun 10 am - 5 pm.
Green On Red Gallery
Park Lane, Spencer Dock, Dublin 1, Ireland/ 3538.7245.4282/ www.greenonredgallery.com
The Green On Red Gallery is one of Ireland’s most dynamic and exciting galleries. Green On Red Gallery represent some of the best contemporary work on the market, both Irish and international. The programme is based on 10-11 solo exhibitions and 1-2 group or thematic exhibitions per year. Green On Red participates annually in international art fairs and the gallery’s artists regularly exhibit abroad in both private and public venues.
41-43 Watling Street, Usher’s Island, Dublin 8, Ireland/ 3531.6717.654/ www.motherstankstation.com
Mother’s Tankstation is located on the fringe of the vast Guinness brewery complex, close to Heuston Station, IMMA and across the River Liffey from the National Museum at Collins Barracks. It is named after a disused Guinness storage shed, Tankstation No. 2, and a Depression-era restaurant in New Orleans called ‘Mother’s’. Acknowledging its location, the gallery aims to expand the city’s art scene beyond Dublin’s centre and exhibits six exhibitions a year of challenging international contemporary art in all mediums. The gallery has been rated amongst the top 500 in the world. Open: Thursdays to Saturdays, 12 am - 6 pm, & by appointment.
10 St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2, Ireland/ 3531.6708.055/ www.rubicongallery.ie
Rubicon Gallery exhibition space was initiated in 1995. 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.Open: Mon-Fri, 11 am - 5 pm.
Gallery Of Photography Dublin
Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland/ 3531.6714.654/ www.galleryofphotography.ie
Established in 1978 by John Osman, the Gallery of Photography is the national centre for contemporary photography in Ireland. Gallery of Photography is a not-for-profit organisation, supported by the Arts Council and Dublin City Council. Open: Tue-Sat, 11 am – 6 pm; Sun-Mon, 1 pm – 6 pm.
Graphic Studio Gallery Dublin
8a Cope St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Dublin, Ireland/ 3531.6798.021/ www.graphicstudiodublin.com
Graphic Studio Dublin, a not for profit printmaking studio which was established in 1960 to provide facilities, technical assistance and education for artists wishing to work in the medium of print. Its gallery, Graphic Studio Gallery, founded in 1988, is the oldest fine art print gallery in Dublin, and deals exclusively in contemporary original fine art prints: etchings, lithographs, carborundum prints, screen prints, wood and lino block prints by prominent and emerging artists. Open: Tue-Fri, 10 am - 5:30 pm; Sat, 11 am - 5 pm.