• Gavin Wade, Screenprint, 2015
  • Alice Maher, The Shower of Hail Suit, 250-320 euro
  • Eva Rothschild, Classics, 330-440
  • Sean Lynch, Adventure Capital,, 900-1,200 euro
  • Brian Maguire, Police Juarez, 2,640-3,520 euro
  • Paddy Graham, Somewhere Jerusalem, 3,000-4,000 euro
  • Caroline McCarthy, Stroller, 1,920-2,560 euro
  • Ciaran Murphy, Deep Storage 2, 2,520-3,360 euro
  • Mark Garry, After Mahler Again and Again, 1,200-1,600 euro
  • Atsushi Kaga, Clery's clock and the homeless tiger Yasu, 1,200-1,600 euro
  • Sam Keogh, Untitled, 600-800 euro
  • Roxanna Manouchehri, From the gold land, 1,440-1,920 euro
  • Perry Ogden, Untitled, 720-960 euro


PP/S 20 Year Anniversary Benefit Auction—15 September 2016

*****Auction Results Listed Below****

Unsold lots  - List Below - are availabe for purchase Saturday 17th of September, 12–6pm

and Monday 19th of September 12 - 2pm

Pallas Projects/Studios with The Irish Georgian Society and Whyte’s present:

20 Year Benefit Auction of Contemporary Art

Auction date: Thursday 15th September 2016, 6–9 pm
Viewing days: Friday 9th – Wednesday 14th September, 12–6 pm (Closed Sunday)
Venue: Irish Georgian Society's City Assembly House, 58 South William Street, Dublin 2
Online Catalogue: here or scroll down to view

Participating artists: Alice Maher, Sean Scully, Brian Maguire, Gemma Browne, Sheila Rennick, Eva Rothschild, Anita Groener, Kathy Tynan, Sean Hillen, Niall de Buitlear, Vera Klute, Aleana Egan, Orla Whelan, Gillian Lawler, Lucy McKenna, Mick O'Dea, Caroline McCarthy, Isabel Nolan, Sean Grimes, Gavin Wade, Sam Keogh, Brian Fay, Karl Burke, George Bolster, David Beattie, Barbara Knezevic, Mark Cullen, Stephen Loughman, Stephen Dunne, Aisling Ní Chlaonadh,  Joanna Kidney, Alison Pilkington, Denis Kelly, Albert Weis, Daniel Lipstein, Paddy Graham, Mollie Douthit, Eleanor McCaughey, Shane Murphy, Brian Duggan, Caoimhe Kilfeather, Wendy Judge, Lesley-Ann O’Connell, Siobhan O'Callaghan, Alan Phelan, Paul Hallahan, Ann Quinn, Glenn Fitzgerald, Gabhann Dunne, Keith Wilson, Joan Coen, Mark Joyce, Des Kenny, Eimearjean McCormack, Derick Smith, Steven Maybury, Ciaran Murphy, Jordan McQuaide, Breda Lynch, Sean Lynch, Gavin Murphy, Eve Woods, Dennis McNulty, Caroline Doolan, Jesse Jones, Mark Garry, Linda Quinlan, Nina Canell, Miranda Blennerhassett, David O'Kane, Martin Healy, Atsushi Kaga, Mark O'Kelly, Sean Molloy, Chloë Nagle, Fergus Byrne, Roxana Manouchehri, Grainne Tynan, Róisín Power Hackett, Bartosz Kolata, Ciaran Doyle, Gareth Kennedy, Lee Welch, Perry Ogden, Kevin Francis Gray, Anita Delaney

Pallas Projects/Studios is marking its milestone 20 year anniversary by staging a special fundraising auction of Irish contemporary art, with the support of the Irish Georgian Society and Whyte’s auctioneers. Taking place at the magnificent City Assembly House on South William Street on Thursday 15th September, the auction will feature largely Irish contemporary artists working in painting, print, photography and sculpture, with a number of international colleagues of the art space also contributing work.

A follow up to our groundbreaking ‘New York style’ auction house/non-profit space collaboration in 2014, this year will again see a huge number of Pallas’ colleagues take part, and a widened selection (almost twice as many works as 2014) will feature many more of our best emerging artists and affordable works, as well as the work of several previous Irish representatives at the world’s biggest art event, the Venice Biennale. Internationally renowned artists include Eva Rothschild, Alice Maher, Atsushi Kaga, and Isabel Nolan, and Ireland most famous living artist, Sean Scully, considered to be one of the world’s leading abstract painters. All involved have donated their work for this benefit night, which stands testament to the regard in which Pallas is held amongst its peers, as a leading supporter of the development of Irish art practice at the grassroots, over the last 20 years.

This year the event will take place over the entire City Assembly House building – with the auction itself taking place in one of Dublin's hidden gems, the incredible ‘Octagon’ room – and will be open to the public for previews in the week running up to the auction. As in 2014 – when Ardal O’Hanlon took the reigns as master of ceremonies (handing over to the expert Ian Whyte to run the bids), the event promises to be a gala affair, with pop-up food and drinks circulating over the course of the evening.

With many affordable works (guide prices range from 40 – 5000 euro), and always the chance to grab a bargain by a major Irish artist, it will be a great opportunity to enjoy the auction experience for the first time, support Irish artists, and start a collection of your own with a unique artwork.

The Auction, run by Whyte’s (who have graciously offered to forgo fees and commission for this event in support of the non-profit sector), will take place in the home of The Irish Georgian Society, who have donated the use of the hugely apt City Assembly House (one of the first public galleries in Europe, set up by artists in  for the event. Special thanks to: Whyte's, Irish Georgian Society, Teeling Whiskey, Galway Bay Brewery, Coppinger Row, and all our supporters, sponsors, and of course the contributing artists.


For Auction Results and Unsold Lots Please See Attached PDFs.

Unsold lots  - List Below - are availabe for purchase Saturday 17th of September, 12–6pm

and Monday 19th of September 12 - 2pm