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Rubicon Gallery

Rubicon Gallery exhibition space at 10 Saint Stephens Green Dublin was initiated in 1995.

The gallery's core objective is to enable contemporary Irish and International artists to realise and optimise projects in all media through/in the gallery venue or elsewhere.

Rubicon Gallery annually presents ten exhibitions in Dublin, solo-projects in the main with some curated events and produces 4-6 publications.

The Gallery participates in International Art Fairs, commissioning new works and introducing Irish artists in Europe & the Rest of World.

Dublin

Ireland
Address:
Rubicon Gallery 10 St Stephens Green Dublin 2
2
Phone: +353.1.6708055
Website: www.rubicongallery.ie


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Artists Represented

Andrew Bick / Robert Bordo / Stephen Brandes / Maud Cotter / Rowena Dring / Blaise Drummond / Nathalie Du Pasquier / Patrick Michael Fitzgerald / Anita Groener / Marie Hanlon / Alexis Harding / Martin Healy / Ronnie Hughes / Eithne Jordan / Michael Kane / Nick Miller / Tom Molloy / Thomas Nozkowski / Liam O'Callaghan / Brian O'Doherty / Sherman Sam / Donald Teskey


Current Exhibitions

ANITA GROENER | LAND | RUBICON GALLERY
15 October - 19 november 2011

Anita Groener’s work explores questions around the dual perspectives of home and displacement within modern geopolitical realities. Groener’s Dutch origins are referenced, as she attempts to reconcile themes that relate to location, anonymity, individuality, and her relationship with her surroundings. Meaning is constructed in Groener’s work through interrogating ideas and exploring interaction and interdependency, in an historical and metaphysical context.

Anita Groener ‘In Conversation’ with academic Dr. Ed Krcma from the History of Art Department of University College Cork, on Saturday 22 October at 11.00am. Limited places, to reserve a place contact cate@rubicongallery.ie


Forthcoming Exhibitions




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Submission Policy

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Press Releases

Press Release for Land

Anita Groener

Anita Groener’s work explores questions around the dual perspectives of home and displacement within modern geopolitical realities. Groener’s Dutch origins are referenced, as she attempts to reconcile themes that relate to location, anonymity, individuality, and her relationship with her surroundings. Meaning is constructed in Groener’s work through interrogating ideas and exploring interaction and interdependency, in an historical and metaphysical context.

Groener’s extraordinarily detailed casein drawings typically contain over 30,000 individual marks, and are heavily informed by the formalist structure of the grid. Following a residency in the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation USA, 2010, Groener explored the significance of Anni Albers’ grid-based modernist works. This visual structure comprised of interconnecting points and lines, is a symbol of containment and control. Used as a Modernist formal trope - a perceptual screen from the real world, Groener continues a dialogue on the dichotomy between abstraction and representation. In Des Espaces Autres, Michel Foucault states:... [ Read all ]


Press Links

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Location And Getting There

Rubicon Gallery is on the First Floor of a red-brick Georgian Building overlooking St. Stephens Green in Dublin City Centre, Ireland.
The art gallery is located between the main shopping streets of Grafton Street and Dawson Street. Turn left at the top of Grafton Street (by the Shopping Centre)
From The Shelbourne Hotel turn right towards Grafton Street, Rubicon Gallery is just past Dawson Street.
(Commute 2 mins)
DART: Tara Street or Pearse Street stations
(Rubicon Gallery located 15 mins walk from these stations)
Dublin Bus: Any City Centre Dublin Bus
Taxi: Taxi/Cab rank adjacent to Rubicon Gallery
Luas: The St Stephens Green stop of the Green Line Luas is adjacent to Rubicon


Contact-Directors/Staff

Josephine Kelliher Owner/ Director
Cate Kelliher Director




Opening Times

Tuesday-Saturday 12.00 - 17.00 and by appointment