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Four Floors Show at MadArt Gallery

The MadArt Gallery is looking for professional artists and enthusiasts for a photography group show FOUR FLOORS. The exhibition will be held from the 19th to 31st of July as a part of PhotoIreland Festival 2011. Please send five images you would like to exhibit and short information about you and your work to

The final date for sending photographs is the 1st of July

The MadArt gallery will contact the chosen artist after that. There is no entrance fee. For the artist chosen for exhibition there will hanging fee of 30 euro.

Four Floors Photography Exhibition will be held by MadArt Gallery on the four floors of a beautiful, old georgian building converted into a massive artspace located in Dublin City Center.


Opening day: 6pm 21 July
Dates: 19-31 July
Opening hours:
Tue to Sat 10.30-6pm

MadArt Gallery and Studio
56 Lower Gardiner Street, Dublin 1

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The show will be a fantastic opportunity for both photography professionals and enthusiasts to present their work to a wider audience. The exhibition will be held from 19th of July to 31st of July. The opening night will be held on 21st of July at 6pm.

The idea of Four Floors is to provide artists with unique space and give the viewers an exceptional chance to experience variety of styles and individual approaches to the photographic medium.

The exhibition divided into four groups:

1st floor – Exposure v2.0 Mixed Photography Show
2nd floor – De Look Photography Studio presenting works by Arther Poster Postrzech and Halinka Garycka.
3rd floor – Digital Art show
4th floor – The Prism – surrealistic visions

MadArt are looking for an artist for the first, third and fourth floor.
The event is organized and curated by photographer Karol Liver, Sofia Monika Swatek and Hubert Szyperski.
Read more info at the MadArt Gallery & Studios

4 Comments to Four Floors Show at MadArt Gallery

  1. Hi, I was just wondering what way images will be hung and presented? My concern is the costs of framing and mounting etc, is their a required standard across the board or is it up to each artist? Any information would be helpful. I have not attempted to submit images yet, I am just curious about this part first.


  2. Hi Graham,

    The image shouldn’t be bigger than A2. There is no specific rules about the frame. It could be also printed on board. We trust that artist will choose right framing for images they want to exhibit. The only thing we can’t accept is a clip frame (it doesn’t look nice). :)
    Hope it helped.

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