Oliver Sears Gallery
Oliver Sears Gallery is a contemporary fine art gallery based in an elegant Georgian building in the centre of Dublin. It presents a contemporary exhibition programme including Irish and international artists, both emerging and established. The gallery is distinguished for its inclusion of contemporary applied arts exhibitions in its programme. With a proven track record of delivering exceptional and innovative exhibitions which are supported by collectors, museum curators and critics, exhibitions at the Oliver Sears Gallery are among the most respected and anticipated in the Irish art world. The gallery is also recognised for its international presence, bringing carefully curated exhibitions to London & New York.
In conjunction with the exhibitions programme, the gallery sources specialised works for collectors at every level. The gallery has an international client portfolio and assists many long standing private and corporate clients to curate their collections and funds of art.
Corporate Art Rental Programme
We also present corporate clients with creative options for choosing art with our Art Rental programme. We advise and help develop an art collection and layout to best represent the companies corporate impression. Rental of artworks allows access to a broad selection of high quality artworks without the intensity of a large capital investment. The rental can be claimed in its entirety as a company expense. The works selected will be suited to your branding and identity. This provides companies with a collection that can change and grow as your business does.
After more than twenty years experience as an international art dealer, London born Oliver Sears has gathered considerable expertise in the field of Contemporary and Modern art and is passionate about the subject in all its complexities and contradictions. Oliver has also built his own collection over decades while making frequent visits to New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Basel and Miami primarily, bringing an internationalism to this corner of Europe.
For further information please contact Catherine Punch: Arts Project Manager