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Exhibitions

02 June 2011 - 25 June 2011


The Lavit Gallery presents
Graphic Studio Dublin - Visiting Artists


The Lavit Gallery based at 5 Father Mathew Street in Cork presents an exhibition of prints by Graphic Studio Dublin's Visiting Artists from 2 June 2011 - 25 June 2011. Graphic Studio Dublin was Ireland's first fine art print studio, established in 1960.

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Artist's Proof Club - WE HAVE A WINNER!!!

On Thursday 9th of December 2010 we held the raffle for the much coveted Artist's Proof Solander Boxed Set.

And the lucky winner was... Billy Shorthall!
(pictured right being presented his prize by Catherine O'Riordan, Gallery Manager)

Congratulations to Billy, everyone at Graphic Studio Dublin hope he gains many years of enjoyment from all of those beautiful prints! We would also like to thank all the members of the Artist's Proof Club for their support in 2010. Thank you!

Billy and hundreds of hopefuls joined the Artist's Proof Club for just €10 to be in with a chance to win this Boxed Set Edition of the Exhibition Worth €7,500!

To celebrate Graphic Studio Dublin's 50th anniversary in 2010, we wanted one of our loyal supporters to win a Boxed Set of the exhibition, for the price of a bottle of wine! All members of the Artist's Proof Club were entered into the draw for the Boxed Set, and the Winner was drawn at the launch of our Christmas Exhibition on Thursday 9th of December 2010.

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12 November 2010 - 22 January 2011


Draíocht presents: Home
In association with Graphic Studio Dublin


Graphic Studio Dublin rounds off its 50th Anniversary with a Members' Exhibition on the theme of 'Home'. The title refers to our notions of belonging and family and is particularly relevant at this time of year, a time when we return to the places and people that create our own sense of home. All the feature prints showcase the finest skills in fine art printmaking techniques, including etching, lithography, woodblock print, linocut and a variety of mixed media techniques. All works are priced under €250.

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7 September 2010 - 3 January 2011


IMMA presents
Graphic Studio: 50 Years in Dublin


The Irish Museum of Modern Art presents an exhibition celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Graphic Studio Dublin from 8 September 2010 - 3 January 2011. Graphic Studio Dublin was Ireland's first fine art print studio and, through innovation and progressive thinking, it has helped establish Ireland's reputation as the home of world class printmakers.

Graphic Studio: 50 Years in Dublin shows the range of the studio's scope, by way of the earliest works from the five founders (Patrick Hickey, Leslie MacWeeney, Liam Miller, Elizabeth Rivers and Anne Yeats), right through to a diverse selection of artists from different practices and backgrounds, such as A.R. Penck, William Crozier, Patrick Scott, Dorothy Cross and Barry Flanagan. The exhibition also considers the newer generation of artists who are continuing this legacy by integrating print into their practices, such as artists Diana Copperwhite and Geraldine O'Neill.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a full-colour, illustrated catalogue that will contain essays by the exhibition's curator Eimear O'Raw, as well as Aidan Dunne and Jackie Ryan, along with an introduction by Enrique Juncosa, Director of IMMA.

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22 July - 5 September 2010


Farmleigh Gallery and The Office of Public Works present
Graphic Studio Dublin, Golden Anniversary Exhibition


Celebrating the golden anniversary, over 60 artist members showcase the finest skills in fine art printmaking in etching, lithography, woodblock print, linocut, and a variety of mixed media techniques. This exhibition will showcase why Ireland's Graphic Studio Dublin has become a world pioneering artists' collective.

Farmleigh Gallery is open for the duration of this exhibition from seven days a week including Bank Holidays. 10.00am - 5.00pm. Last admittance to the Farmleigh Estate is 4.45pm (4.00pm Tues/Wed). Gates close at 6.00pm (5.00pm Tues/Wed). Entrance is free of charge. Farmleigh is an opw managed heritage property. Due to official government use Farmleigh Estate, including Farmleigh Gallery, may be closed on occasion to the public. To avoid disappointment please ring in advance.

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5 February - 30 April 2010


Yeats and the Golden Age of Print

An exhibition of 22 Graphic Studio Dublin artists, based on 11 poems of William Butler Yeats.

Primary Colours is an annual exhibition at Sligo Art Gallery to increase diaogue and interraction within the visual arts programme, to include schools, and the local community.

Given the cultural integration with the Yeats family in Co. Sligo, and given the intrinsic link between fine art print and the written word, specifically through the Yeats' sisters Cuala Press, Sligo Art Gallery felt it appropriate to invite members of Graphic Studio Dublin to respond to the poems of William Butler Yeats. This is particularly appropriate given that 2010 is Graphic Studio Dublin's 50th anniversary, and its original core group of founders included William Butler Yeats' daughter Anne Yeats.

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17 September 2009 - 23 October 2009


Île d'Hiver | Winter Island

Director of the Centre Culturel Irlandais in Paris, France, Sheila Pratschke, selected thirteen Graphic Studio Dublin artists and asked them to make contemporary fine art prints in response to the Irish artefacts in the extensive collections in the National Museum of Ireland. When the Director of the National Museum of Ireland, Dr. Pat Wallace, was asked how he would describe what comprises the museum's collections he said that the Museum holds the material culture of all the peoples who have ever lived on the island of Ireland.

The exhibiting artists are: Jean Bardon, Mary Rose Binchy, Niamh Flanagan, John Graham, Jennifer Lane, Brian Lalor, Stephen Lawlor, Margo McNulty, Ruth O'Donnell, Geraldine O'Reilly, Tom Phelan, Marc Reilly and Robert Russell.

Le Centre Culturel Irlandais de Paris a invité 13 artistes du Graphic Studio Dublin à participer à une exposition d'estampes contemporaines inspirée par des oeuvres irlandaises de l'importante collection du Musée National d'Irlande (National Museum of Ireland). En la décrivant, le Directeur, Dr Pat Wallace, évoque le matériel culturel riche des habitants de l'Irlande à travers les âges.

Les artistes exposants sont: Jean Bardon, Mary Rose Binchy, Niamh Flanagan, John Graham, Jennifer Lane, Brian Lalor, Stephen Lawlor, Margo McNulty, Ruth O'Donnell, Geraldine O'Reilly, Tom Phelan, Marc Reilly et Robert Russell.


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04 September 2009 - 18 September 2009


Wystawa poplenerowa -
'Na granicy' | Where Borders Meet - The Response


'Na granicy' | Where Borders Meet - The Response follows on from last year's international residency and exhibition in the Gorale region of Poland, 'Na granicy' | Where Borders Meet. The project saw fifteen members of Graphic Studio Dublin travel to Gorlice in Poland for an intensive two-week residency with tours of the area, workshops and time to research specific areas of interest. During this time the artists exhibited their existing work at the Muzeum 'Dwory Karwacjanow i Gladyszow', in Gorlice.

Since their return from Poland, the fifteen artists involved have been working on a body of work in response to the residency. The resulting exhibition 'Na granicy' | Where Borders Meet - The Response will be shown at the Gallery Sztuki MOK, Debica, Poland in September 2009. It will then travel to Gorlice, and on to Graphic Studio Gallery in 2010.

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15 January 2009 - 19 April 2009


Artist's Proof

An exhibition of twenty four specially commissioned prints created by members of Graphic Studio Dublin and invited international artists will open in the Chester Beatty Library from Thursday 15th January until Sunday 19th April 2009.

All limited edition prints are for sale through Graphic Studio Gallery.

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01 September 2008 - 14 September 2008


Na granicy | Where Borders Meet

Pod koniec 2007 roku czlonek pracowni graficznej Graphic Studio Dublin Marta Wakula-Mac, oraz dyrektor Muzeum Dwory Karwacjanow i Gladyszow w Gorlicach Zdzislaw Tohl, zainicjowali projekt pomiedzy Muzeum gorlickim i pietnastoma artystami Graphic Studio Dublin w Irlandii. Marta Wakula-Mac zapoczqtkowala rozmowy pomiedzy Muzeum a Pracowniq i wspolnie podjelismy prace nad tym ekscytujqcym przedsiewzieciem.

At the end of 2007 Marta Wakula-Mac, a member of Graphic Studio Dublin, and Zdislaw Tohl, the director of Muzeum "Dwory Karwacjanow i Gladyszow" in Gorlice Poland, initiated a project between the museum in Gorlice and 15 members of Graphic Studio Dublin. Polish artist Wakula-Mac then proceeded to liase between the museum and Graphic Studio Dublin, and together we began to coordinate this exciting project.

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9 April 2008 - 28 September 2008


Revelation
An exhibition of twenty nine specially commissioned prints created by members of Graphic Studio Dublin and invited artists in the Print Room at the National Gallery of Ireland from April 9th until September 28th, 2008.

Admission is free and all prints are for sale through Graphic Studio Gallery (contact details below).

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20.06.2008 - 11.07.2008


Graphic Studio Dublin Goes West at the Kenny Gallery, Galway
A variety of works with up to five pieces submitted by thirty-eight Graphic Studio Dublin Members in what is the studio's first collaboration with The Kenny Gallery, Galway, Irelands largest commercial gallery.

24.04.2007 - 01.05.2007 in Dublin Port Company HQ
& 03.05.2007 - 26.05.2007 in Graphic Studio Gallery


Dublin Port Print 2007
Just beyond East Wall Road is a different world. It stretches along the lower reaches of the Liffey buzzing with movement, colour and sound, a dynamic, crowded space full of the hints of other places. Through it we are brought much of the necessary stuff of our everyday lives and yet most of us know little about how it really works.

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September.2005


From Darkness into Light

From Darkness into Light at Graphic Studio Gallery focused on some of Sweden's most established contemporary artists alongside the next generation of emerging artists. Printmaking in Sweden, especially black and white print, ranging from strong powerful expressionism to the most lyrical silence, has been an important key form of visual expression from the early 1880's until today.

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27.May.2005 - 2.October.2005


Gardens of Earthly Delight

Gardens of Earthly Delight at the Chester Beatty Library in Dublin Castle is a unique exhibition of limited edition prints and a collaborative project between the Library and the Graphic Studio Dublin.

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03 June 2004 - 10 July 2004


The Cracked Lookingglass

'The Cracked Lookingglass' consists of work by over 30 of Ireland's leading artists. Each artist was asked to make a limited edition print inspired by James Joyce's Ulysses in celebration of the centenary of Bloomsday.

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