3 Great Denmark Street, Dublin 1, Ireland
info@oliviercornetgallery.com
087 288 7261

An Irish art gallery in Dublin's new cultural quarter: Parnell Square

3 Great Denmark Street

Dublin 1
Ireland

The street is located at the top right of Parnell Square and it starts as 'Gardiner Row'. Walk for about 100 meters as if you were going to Mountjoy Square. Look to the right and you should see Belvedere Hotel. We are just opposite that hotel, between Belvedere College and another famous hotel called Barry's Hotel.

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M: +353 (0)87 2887261
E: info@oliviercornetgallery.com

Opening hours at the gallery:

Tuesday to Friday: 11am to 6pm
(until 8pm on Thursdays).
Saturday & Sunday. 12 noon to 5pm

Closed on Mondays
(or viewing by appointment only)

The Olivier Cornet Gallery is located in one of the most culturally and historically rich parts of Dublin's city centre. It offers a convivial space where local residents, tourists, casual art lovers and seasoned art collectors alike, can engage with, acquire, or simply view, affordable works of art by contemporary Irish-based and international artists. All of our artists have been chosen for the quality and integrity of their art and practice. We are also one of very few private / commercial art galleries in Dublin to be open on both Saturdays and Sundays. The ideal venue in an attractive area for weekend and short-break cultural visitors, as well as regular cinema and theatre goers (we are open till 8pm on Thursdays), without forgetting fans of Irish literature and discerning food enthusiasts. Check out our prestigious neighbours on our Links page. Admission is free to all our exhibitions which always launch on Sunday afternoons to allow people to come with their families.The Olivier Cornet Gallery is located at:

ARTISTS

Please note that the gallery has a full stable of artists. Therefore, until further notice, we do not encourage unsolicited submissions.

We prefer to engage with artists at the annual Speed Curating event organised by Visual Artists Ireland.

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