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Gallery opening hours:
Monday-Thursday: 8.30am to 7.30pm
Friday: 8.30am to 5.00pm
Saturday 8.30am to 2.00pm

For more information contact:
Christine Weld
cweld@alliance-francaise.ie
(01) 638 14 47

Welcome to the AF Gallery

With a view to creating a new premium photographic space
in the city both to showcase local talent and to forge new
links in this area between France and Ireland, the Alliance
Française Dublin formed a committee of some of the leading
personalities (teachers, curators, artists) of the capital's
photographic world. Admission is always free

 

Would you like to exhibit your work?

 

Current Exhibition

- Artists who want to show their work in our Gallery should provide a portfolio of their work (website, instagram or cd) and a CV including previous works and exhibitions for the attention of the Gallery Committee which is responsible for the programming of exhibitions.

- The Alliance Française is not in a position to finance the production of the photographic material but undertakes to install, promote and officially launch the exhibition.

- Exhibitions usually run for approximately eight weeks.

Download the Gallery Specifications in Pdf

NB: Artists should be aware that exhibitions take place in our Main Room of the t the Alliance Française which is also the Cocotte Café- Restaurant a, so this venue is not a dedicated gallery space.

 
 

 

Philippe Gras: Au coeur de Mai 68  Until 9 April 2018

To mark the 50th anniversary of the events of May 1968, the Alliance Française will host Au cœur de Mai 68, an exhibition based on the contemporary photographs of Philippe Gras. The Franco- Irish Literary Festival, dedicated to sexuality, will showcase contemporary literature and its representation of sexual relations which can often trace its roots back to the seismic events of May 1968. Philippe Gras (1942-2007) was an independent photographer and an independent mind. Specialised in music, dance and theatre events photography, he also captured some of the most iconic shots of the 68 student revolt.

 
     
 
     
La Danse contemporaine   City Break by Gauvin Lapetoule   Drawings by Edme de Saux
   
         
Les Trésors de la Bd Belge   Les Collages de Jacques Prévert   Yves Saint Laurent