Opening Reception Saturday 20th January at 1pm.
Runs Jan 20th – 2nd Feb 2024
Open Wed – Sat: 1-6pm
The MART Gallery, 190A Rathmines Road Lower. – map link
For our annual Studio Members Exhibition, the Directors of MART Ciara Scanlan and Matthew Nevin are delighted to present a curated selection of Visual Artists working in our MART studio network in Dublin/Galway and MART Membership Artists.
MART is the largest supplier of independent, affordable space for the arts, cultural and creative community in Dublin city. We now support over 120 members in 6 studio buildings across Dublin. MART firmly believes in the self-determining artist and art organisation as vital societal and cultural catalyst. It is also a provocation on the role of action in the production of identities; individual and collective, local and global.
Supporting the professional development of our artists is a key part of our remit. Our artist members work across a diverse range of practices which encompasses painting, sculpture, print, drawing, illustration, digital art, photography, film and performance art. Providing the members with an opportunity to exhibit their work publicly gives MART a chance to showcase the expanse of artistic output we support while also allowing the artists to raise their profile, widen their access to audiences and sell their work.
Seanán Kerr, Paul James Kearney, Marina Karysheva, Naoise Sheridan, Valerie Swan, Edel Corrigan, Oleg Brazhnyk, Lina Cekanaviciene, Anthony D Kelly, Austin Ivers, Catherine Mwase, Conor Burke, Rose McGowan, Jessica checkley, Lisa Gealbhan, Denise Kevany, Colleen Keough, Brady Izquierdo Rodríguez, Conor Burke, Louise Newman, Joseph Doyle, Colette O’Connell, Eavanna O’Reilly, Irene Uhlemann, Martin Yelverton, Louise Newman, Jillian Murphy, William Kwaku Amo, Sarah Walsh, David Whelan, the Ljilja, Deirdre Hayes, Sarah Edmondson, Bob campbell, Peann Luaidhe, Billy Dante, Greta Levins, Kata Kukla, Leonie Connellan, Liam Murray
Percentage of profits go to the Middle Eastern Children’s Alliance: https://www.mecaforpeace.org/
This exhibition has kindly been supported by The Arts Council of Ireland.