The Doorway Gallery
(Formerly The Bad Art Gallery)

Review of Dublin Art Venue: Exhibitions, Group/Solo Shows, Exhibiting Artists, Opening Hours.

Irish Art Exhibitions

Although most of the best painting
and sculpture resides in national
museums and galleries, major
auction houses, like Sotheby's
and Christie's do obtain great
works from private collectors
for public sale. For a list of
top prices achieved, see:
Top 10 Most Expensive Paintings

For reviews of major museums
of arts in Ireland, see:
- National Gallery of Ireland
- National Museum of Ireland
- Irish Museum of Modern Art
- Hugh Lane Gallery Dublin
- Chester Beatty Library
- Trinity College Dublin Library
- National Self-Portrait Collection
- The Hunt Museum (Limerick)
- Ulster Museum.

For a list of the most valuable
works by Irish painters, see:
Most Expensive Irish Paintings.

The Doorway Gallery (ex-Bad Art Gallery)
See new address, below.

Opened in 2005, the Bad Art Gallery's extensive space allows it to display more than two hundred paintings featuring the best of contemporary Irish art. In addition, artworks can be browsed and purchased online on the gallery's website.

The gallery exhibits a large number of Irish artists, (painting and sculpture) including: Clare O'Farrell, Patrick Walsh, Val Byrne, Ian Gordon, Lucy Doyle, Deborah Donnelly, Erin De Burca, Andreas Zielenkiewicz, Juan O'Perez, Ellen Braende, Brendan Campbell & Kate Campbell, Michael Mc Williams, Kristine Byrne, Angela Woulfe, TJ Miles, Padraig McCaul, Joan Sheehy Coen, Karen Griffiths, Jason Power, Andrzej Mazur, Sarah Rossney, Anthony Pilbro, Majella O'Neill Collins, Jackie Mitchell, Vannessa Marsh, Lisa Keegan (Pop Art), John Nolan, Jim Kilgarriff, Mia Funk, Rowena Keaveny, Anna Allworthy, David Nolan, Gareth Daly, Ciara Foster, Patrick Harte (Sculptor), and Elizabeth O Kane.

Solo Exhibitions

Solo shows at the Bad Art Gallery are always enjoyable, and they allow the artist even more space to display all their work, for art-lovers and collectors who are attracted to that artist’s style.


Special Payment Plans For Paintings and Sculptures

To help art collectors defray the initial payment price for a painting or sculpture, cost the Bad Art Gallery has introduced a new payment plan scheme for its clients. This permits customers to buy works of art for a 10 percent deposit and spread the remainder over a 12-month period.

Corporate Art

The Bad Art Gallery offers a range of large scale paintings that are particularly suitable for hanging in large open spaces, such as corporate reception areas. In addition, the Gallery allows both corporate and individual art collectors to request a particularly-sized canvas from one of its Artists to fit a particular area.

Gallery Hours Of Business

Mon-Sat 10.30am-6pm.

For up to date information about painters/sculptors represented, and in line with its knowledge of the Irish art market, the services it offers to art-buyers, please contact:

New Address and Contact Details

The Doorway Gallery
24 South Frederick Street
Dublin 2
Phone: 01 7645895

Art Galleries Around the World

For the top venues, see: Best Art Museums.

• For details of other Leinster fine art exhibitions and collections, see: Irish Art Galleries and Museums.
• For details of the world's top galleries, see: Homepage.
• For more about venues in Ireland like Bad Art Gallery, see: Irish Art Guide.

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