Welcome to the Olivier Cornet Gallery

"Community engagement and cultural advocacy are the terms that describe the currency of the progressive commercial gallery. Olivier Cornet is an integral part of this new wave". From 'The French new wave', Gerry Walker, Irish Arts Review magazine, Summer edition, June-August 2016.

"The truly radical work of art is the one that offers you something to hold on to in the midst of the flux of possibility." Robert Hughes, leading art critic and writer

'Why are art galleries important?' by Jason Landry (gallery owner, collector, photographer and writer)

'Art galleries: the last refuge of the cultural window-shopper' by Andrew Frost (art critic, broadcaster and writer)

Located at 3 Great Denmark Street in the Parnell Square Cultural Quarter, the heart of Georgian Dublin, the Olivier Cornet Art Gallery is now one of Ireland's most exciting modern and contemporary fine art galleries, representing accomplished Irish-based visual artists, working in a variety of media such as painting, sculpture, ceramics, photography, fine prints and digital art.

The gallery, sometimes referred to as The OCG, hosts solo exhibitions as well as curated group shows. It also organises various exhibition-related events, in collaboration with other cultural workers and practitioners of other art forms, in Dublin's city centre and beyond. Check out our shows for 2016 on the Exhibitions page.

© Olivier Cornet Gallery 2016. Main photo © Nela Ferencikova featuring ceramics by gallery artist Freda Rupp.

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