Giant screens to form Living Canvas for Irish and international artists

Irish property firm Iput has collaborated with leading cultural institutions to bring first-of-a-kind outdoor exhibition space to Dublin

21st November, 2021
Giant screens to form Living Canvas for Irish and international artists
Something in the Water, by Kevin Freeney, at Iput’s Wilton Park is a visual tribute to the Grand Canal in Dublin 2

Irish property company Iput Real Estate has launched Living Canvas, an exciting visual presentation of public art using giant outdoor screens at two of its sites in Dublin’s city centre: Wilton Park off Baggot Street, and at the Tropical Fruit Warehouse on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, both in Dublin 2.

The custom-designed screens will debut the works of leading Irish and international artists, following two years of collaboration with Irish creative production...

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