In The Picture: The 194th RHA Annual Exhibition

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Now in its 194th edition, the RHA Annual Exhibition remains Ireland's largest open submission exhibition, featuring painting, print, sculpture, drawing, photography, mixed media and architectural works - enjoy a gallery of this year's artworks above.

Artists exhibiting this year include Aideen Barry ARHA, Dorothy Cross RHA, Stephanie Deady, Vivienne Dick, Ronnie Hughes, Leah Hewson, Stephen Johnston, Atsushi Kaga LABADANzky, Manar Mervat Al Shouha, Sinéad Ní Mhaonaigh RHA, John Shinnors, O'Donnell + Tuomey, Vera Klute and Donald Teskey RHA.

Vera Klute, Swirl

With the largest artistic prize fund available to artists, totalling over €78,000 across different mediums, exhibitors at the RHA Annual exhibition include RHA Academy Members, invited artists and 310 artists whose work was selected through the highly competitive open submission process.

Martin Marley, Alone

With works ranging in price from €50 to €60,000, this show remains a must-see for both those new to buying art to the discerning collector, not to mention those with an interest in contemporary Irish art.

The 194th RHA Annual Exhibition is at the RHA, Dublin until August 4th, 2024 - find out more here.

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