Temple Bar Gallery and Studios

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Temple Bar Gallery and Studios

Temple Bar Gallery + Studios (TBG+S) is located in the centre of Temple Bar, Dublin. With a key profile and on street presence, the current building is a mid-nineties structure designed by Irish architects McCullough/Mulvin. The building contains one of Ireland's leading contemporary visual art galleries. Temple Bar Gallery + Studios is a limited company with charitable status that is artist-led. The voluntary Board is formally elected by the artist membership and comprises four artist members and five external professionals with different expertise and business acumen. Temple Bar Gallery + Studios is a not for profit registered charity and receives its core funding from the Arts Council of Ireland.

Selected past exhibitions[edit]

  • Luke Fowler Pilgrimage from Scattered Points (March 2011)
  • Marjetica Potrč Florestania (October 2007)
  • Paul Nugent – Vigil (September 2007)
  • Group Exhibition Risa Sato, Eoin McHugh, Mark Garry Rapid Eye Movement (Summer 2007)
  • Matt Stokes Lost in the Rhythm – (January 2007)
  • First Irish solo exhibition and live event Sacred Selections – (February 2007)
  • Contemporary Organ recital with Matt Stokes, with organist Paul Ayers– Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin
  • Group Exhibition The Square Root of Drawing - (October 2006)
  • Lars Arrhenius - If Signs had Souls (July 2006) Elina Brotherus -The New Painting (June 2006)
  • Group Exhibition A Moment in Time- (Dec 2005 - Jan 2006) Contemporary Painting at TBG+S.
  • Garrett Phelan - Black Brain Radio (January 2006) Mark Clare - Know Thyself (August 2005)
  • Ene-Liis Semper Licked Room & FF/REW plus Father & Shifting Focus by Mark Raidpere (March - April 2005)


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Coordinates: 53°20′44″N 6°15′49″W / 53.345614°N 6.263723°W / 53.345614; -6.263723