Green on Red Gallery, Dublin
Green On Red Gallery promotes some of the most compelling emerging and contemporary art on the market mainly, but not exclusively, in Ireland. It was founded and is directed by art historian Jerome O Drisceoil. The gallery actively represents Irish and international artists now in an expanding roster. Annually, the gallery hosts 7-8 solo exhibitions as well as 2-3 curated group exhibitions.
The new city center space allows for large installations such as Alan Butler’s unique work Photoplasma Gondii (ALPHA RELEASE) (2017), 2 x 3.2 x 3.3 m or Ronan McCrea’s new 16mm films (2016), reeled across a monumental 25.8 meter perimeter. The gallery has a rich history of exhibiting abstract or conceptual works by iconic artists like Bridget Riley, Roman Ondak, Gabriel Kuri, Simon Starling, Richard Serra, Darren Almond, Jean-Luc Mouléne, Daniel Buren, Jiri Kovanda, Marcia Hafif, Ceal Floyer, Philomee Pirecki, and other luminaries. The move in 2014 to new premises marks a new chapter in the gallery’s growth.
Green On Red Gallery frequently hosts in-house discussions and conversations around the galelry’s programme with invited speakers. In addition to representing some of the most sought-after artists on the market, the gallery also offers services to private and public clients. These include: i. managing public art projects and location of artworks indoors and outdoors; ii. advising corporate, public, and private clients on the formation of their permanent collections with a national and/or international profile; and iii. providing after-sales services.