Below, you can scroll through our previous Dublin exhibitions held in our art gallery, and click on an image for more information. The prices listed are correct at time of each particular exhibition – please see the artist’s page for the most recent price.
Our exhibitions are held in our gallery in Powerscourt Townhouse Centre, Dublin.
SO Fine Art Editions | Dublin Exhibitions
Artists include: Yoko Akino, Emma Berkery, Cathy Burke, Niall Cullen, Niamh Flanagan, Mary A Fitzgerald, John Fitzsimons, Taffina Flood, Debbie Godsell, Sophie Gough, Alison Kay, Allan Kinsella, Richard Lawlor, Stephen Lawlor, Sarah Long, Bernadette Madden, Marie-Louise Martin, Eoin Francis McCormack, Matthew Mitchell, Mary O’Connor, Shane O’Driscoll, Sorca O’Farrell, Emma O Hara, Padraig Parle, Tom Phelan, Linda Plunkett, Luke Reidy & Colm Toolan (SEK2)
The motif of the house or dwelling space is central to Niamh Flanagan’s work, and the work in this show delves deeper into the notion of the house as a formative psychological structure, one that inhabits our dreams and our inner spaces, while also providing a physical barrier between the inside world and the outside.
Ailbhe Barrett has the rare ability to capture the ephemeral upon her canvasses and plates. Hailing from Co. Limerick, her practice is as anchored to place as it is to time. Her landscapes, generally unpeopled, are studies of light and form, stillness and movement.
Artists include Yoko Akino, Emma Berkery, Niall Cullen, Neil Dunne, Mary A. Fitzgerald, Alice Fitzgerald, John Fitzsimons, Niamh Flanagan, Debbie Godsell, Sophie Gough, Clare Henderson, James Kearney, Peter Monaghan, Lars Nyberg, Mary O’Connor, Shane O’Driscoll, Róisín O’Sullivan, Bernadette Madden, Luke Reidy and Vincent Sheridan.
Photographers included: Conor Horgan, Joby Hickey, Clare Langan, Markéta Luskačová, Aisling McCoy, John Minihan, Hugh O’Conor, Linda Plunkett, Christine Simpson, Tracy Staunton, Amelia Stein & Dominic Turner.
In association with CCA Galleries, Dan Baldwin brings his much coveted multi-layered vibrant prints and works on paper to SO Fine Art Editions.
SUB/PLOT is an exhibition of Fine Art Prints, drawing influence from cinema, narrative and the mechanics of lens based media.
Stephen Lawlor, a week long exhibition showcasing this beautiful book alongside a capsule of the artists’ work.
New work by Eoin Francis McCormack concerns painting and print processes interpreted in paint.
New work by Stephen Burke, a multi-disciplinary artist and curator working between London and Dublin.
Our annual Winter Exhibition focuses on presenting a wide range of bold and interesting artworks; these include intaglio prints, drawings, paintings ceramics, photography and sculptures from contemporary artists and makers.
Sarah Long’s new body of work delves into the relationship between language and the landscape, combining painting, drawing and mark-making to create intriguing works that both examine and play with natural forms.
SO Fine Art Editions are delighted to welcome Taffina Flood’s colourful abstract paintings, full of fleeting moments, light, expression and motion.
SO Fine Art Editions introduces 2021 NCAD Print Graduates Joanne Clerkin, Aoife Coss, Fiona Duffy, Sinead Killoran, Darragh Phelan and Marta Szymczyk.
SO Fine Art Editions showcase fresh work by some of Ireland’s most exciting painters: Neil Dunne, Sophie Gough, Emma Berkery, Róisín O’Sullivan, Eileen O’Sullivan, Stephen Doyle and Sarah Wren Wilson.
SO Fine Art Editions presents a wonderful choice of paintings by Samuel Walsh, originating from small segment drawings, based on sections of his larger drawings, which he has always included in his practice.
SO Fine Art Editions presents paintings by Matthew Mitchell, originating from his fascination with the geology of the Irish landscape.
SO Fine Art Editions presents a wonderful choice of paintings, original prints, ceramics, photography and sculptor from our diverse stable of artists at accessible prices.
An exhibition by contemporary artist Neil Dunne who exhibited new works on canvas, accompanied by a new edition release and a series of new works on paper.
Keel was an exhibition by Mary O’Connor where she explored the roots that gave rise to one of the most important elements of her practice – colour.