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General News / February 27, 2020

Atelier Maser to present their first exhibition of 2020 ‘Assemble’

General News / February 27, 2020

Atelier Maser to present their first exhibition of 2020 ‘Assemble’

The independent arts space is bringing together the country’s leading contemporary artists.

Following a strong 2019 the Atelier Maser exhibition programme returns this Spring with  ‘Assemble’.

The exhibition will bring together seven of Irish contemporary arts leading figures for Atelier Maser’s first group exhibition. Showcasing a variety of works from a number of differing disciplines, it hopes to present an accurate snapshot of the modern landscape of contemporary art in the country today.

Formats include paintings, printmaking, sculpture, textiles and more and artists involved are:

Leah Hewson, Deirdre Breen, Jane Fogarty, Helen Steele, Lola Donoghue, Alice Fitzgerald and Aoife Scott.

Studiopic- Jane Fogarty Lola Donoghue work1


Individually, the artists are at the forefront of their creative practices and are making waves in the creative industry.
Visitors can expect an immersive exhibition bursting with colour, form and collaboration.

“Individually, the artists are at the forefront of their creative practices and are making waves in the creative industry. 
Visitors can expect an immersive exhibition bursting with colour, form and collaboration.”

AliceFitzgerald

The exhibition opens Thursday 12 March, 18.00 -21.00.

They are  part of this years St. Patrick’s festival programme taking place from 13 -17 March.  Full programme of events available
here.

The Exhibition continues Friday 13 March – Friday 3 April.