Rubicon Gallery
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Rubicon Gallery

Founded in 1995 by Josephine Kelliher, with the core objective of enabling contemporary international and Irish artists to realize projects in all media through a gallery-type venue or elsewhere, the Rubicon Gallery typically hosts ten art exhibitions in Dublin each year - comprising mostly solo-events with some curated shows - and in addition produces 4-6 published guides. The Rubicon Gallery works in co-operation with museums, art centres and art galleries throughout the world, and takes part in International Art Fairs to introduce Irish artists to Europe and the World.




The Rubicon Gallery's portfolio of visual artists includes: the landscape artist Donald Teskey, the landscape, still life and genre painter Eithne Jordan, and other dynamic contemporary artists like Stephen Brandes, Abigail O'Brien, Blaise Drummond, Tom Molloy, Robert Bordo, Felicity Clear.

For up to date information about how the Rubicon Gallery promotes and encourages its artists, details of its solo or group art exhibitions, as well as the services it offers to personal and corporate art-buyers based on its knowledge of the Irish art market, please contact:

Rubicon Gallery
10 St Stephens Green
Dublin 2
Phone: 01-670-8055

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