New Masters Exhibition Dublin
Hen’s Teeth Prints are eagerly awaiting August as from the first of the month and for one week only, they will be exhibiting ‘New Masters’ limited edition prints from Irish and International Artists in Dublin at the trés kool Fumbally Exchange on Dame Lane.
The exhibition, called New Masters is a celebration of ‘the bold and the brilliant’, and you’ll expect to witness the works of a diverse collection of Irish and International Artists who specialise in photography, illustration and street art.
Artists included in the New Masters Exhibition are:
Armando Veve – Artist and Illustrator (Philadelphia) | Broken Fingaz Crew – Graffiti Collective (Haifa, Israel) | Mason aka Joe Prytherch – Designer and Illustrator (UK) | Dan Sully – Filmmaker and Photographer (UK) | Marina Esmeraldo – Illustrator and Art Director (Brazil) | Kelly Anna – Artist and Print Designer (UK) | The Project Twins – Graphic Artists (Ireland) | Ruan Van Vliet – Illustrator (Ireland) | Tim Saccenti – Director and Photographer (NYC)
Prints range in price but start from €90.
New Masters will be open to the public from 11am to 8pm each day from August 1st to August 6th. The official launch night will take place on Thursday August 3rd at 7pm with cocktails all round.
Like to know more about the featured Artists and their work? No problem, because just before the official launch there will be a live panel discussion on art, collaboration and innovation at the Fumbally on Thursday August 3rd from 5pm to 7pm.
If you can’t make it in person to see the collection, fret not because they will be for sale on the Hen’s Teeth website. Hen’s Teeth Prints are no strangers to The Life of Stuff, and if you haven’t already – you can read about their online store here.
For more info you can have a read of the event here.
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