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ADDRESS

Trinity College, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+3531896 1116
dhgallery@tcd.ie

WEB

www.douglashydegallery.com

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The Douglas Hyde Gallery

Internationally renowned for its contemporary art programme, The Douglas Hyde Gallery has a unique approach, often focusing on art that has been marginalized or overlooked.  

Ideally located within the historic setting of Trinity College, Ireland’s oldest university, the Gallery was founded in 1978 and for many years was the only publicly funded gallery in the country to regularly exhibit contemporary art. Since then it has been consistent in bringing previously unknown artists to an Irish audience, as well as providing a stage for Irish artists to exhibit alongside their international peers.

Small exhibitions of craft and ethnographic artefacts are often held in Gallery 2, which was added in 2001, providing a more intimate and meditative environment for the display of art. For over ten years, the Douglas Hyde Gallery has been publishing a series of small books and catalogues that are known and distributed worldwide.  The Gallery has also been host to many wonderful musical events over the years, by such artists as Josephine Foster, Cat Power, Sufjan Stephens and Jandek.

Opening times: 11.00am - 6.00pm



The Douglas Hyde Gallery

ADDRESS

Trinity College, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+3531896 1116
dhgallery@tcd.ie

WEB

www.douglashydegallery.com

Share

Internationally renowned for its contemporary art programme, The Douglas Hyde Gallery has a unique approach, often focusing on art that has been marginalized or overlooked.  

Ideally located within the historic setting of Trinity College, Ireland’s oldest university, the Gallery was founded in 1978 and for many years was the only publicly funded gallery in the country to regularly exhibit contemporary art. Since then it has been consistent in bringing previously unknown artists to an Irish audience, as well as providing a stage for Irish artists to exhibit alongside their international peers.

Small exhibitions of craft and ethnographic artefacts are often held in Gallery 2, which was added in 2001, providing a more intimate and meditative environment for the display of art. For over ten years, the Douglas Hyde Gallery has been publishing a series of small books and catalogues that are known and distributed worldwide.  The Gallery has also been host to many wonderful musical events over the years, by such artists as Josephine Foster, Cat Power, Sufjan Stephens and Jandek.

Opening times: 11.00am - 6.00pm



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