A bohemian Georgian house in the heart of Dublin - 17
Duke Street has been home to many artists, musicians, poets and writers
over the years. Housed in one of Dublin City’s oldest buildings, Duke
Street Gallery specialises in a wide range of different styles &
trends in Irish painting. Previous exhibitors of John Lennon and Ronnie
Wood, the gallery holds an eclectic collection of paintings from both
young and contemporary to established and international artists alike.
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offered at Duke Street Gallery.
Housed in the basement is the Red Bank
Wine Tavern 1736, which follows in the footsteps of the famous Studio 54
where art and music collided and the only rule was “Invite guests more
interesting than you”. Gallery artworks adorn the walls, specially
selected wines and great conversation all combine to deliver a unique
experience. A fusion of artists, poets, sculptors and writers combine to
create an eccentric atmosphere of idea exchanges and story telling. On
exhibition nights the gallery opens the interior entrance to the Red
Bank Wine Tavern creating an open flow between the two businesses,
with the aim to enhance the dynamic of the gallery experience.
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