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Dublin stages Sculpture Trail

Dublin city will host an outdoor sculpture trail featuring 12 life-size works from one of Ireland’s top artists for this week’s Culture Nightsculptur0921

The trail features art installations by Patrick O’Reilly in six locations in the heart of the capital. It opens on Friday and continues for two weeks.
Dublin’s Lord Mayor Alison Gilliland said: “During lockdown, Dubliners were denied so many normal experiences that the city has to offer, such as going to art galleries.
“We are delighted to work with Patrick O’Reilly and Gormleys Fine Art to bring art on to the streets for public enjoyment.
“Patrick has achieved international success with his much-loved Bear sculptures. I have no doubt Dubliners will enjoy this art.”
 

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