Gallery Newsletter

  • Eamonn Doyle & Jean Curran

    PhotoIreland Festival 2022 Jul 7, 2022
    We are delighted that two of our artists, Eamonn Doyle and Jean Curran will be taking part in PhotoIreland Festival 2022 with exhibitions and artist talks.

    7 July - 28 August, 2022
    Main Venue: The Printworks, Dublin Castle
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  • Bill Brandt & John Davies | Radical Landscapes at Tate Liverpool

    A major exhibition exploring our connection to the British rural landscape May 5, 2022

    We are incredibly excited that two of our artists have been included in Tate Liverpool's major exhibition Radical Landscapes running from May 5th - September 4th 2022. 


    Exploring themes from activism to climate emergency, experience an immersive live plant installation, colour-changing liquid crystals, neon art and much more...

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  • The Photography Show Presented by AIPAD 2022


    After what seems like an eternity, we are so looking forward to once again being in New York for The Photography Show presented by AIPAD. To be amongst you, our friends, and also our professional colleagues again makes us very excited to see what each dealer will bring to the fair; certainly this brings a sense of fun and normality back to life. We have spent a considerable time trying to curate the right mix of material to present at the fair and we sincerely hope that our selection will delight the eye...


  • Recently Added to Bookshop

    Peter Beard: Limited Art Edition Apr 5, 2022

    We are excited to announce that we have one copy of Taschen's Limited Art Edition Peter Beard opus available for purchase on our bookshop. This enormous leather-bound book presents Beard's life and work in Kenya in all its passion, adventure, and its forthright account of ecological crisis.


    Including an extensive overview of Beard's collages, diary pages and reproductions of his small-scale works, this massive retrospective book is now otherwise sold out.

  • Kati Horna included | Surrealism Beyond Borders at Tate Modern

    Landmark group exhibition rewriting the history of the Surrealism movement Feb 24, 2022

    We are delighted that Hungarian-born photographer Kati Horna is included in Tate Modern's landmark group exhibition Surrealism Beyond Border. 

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