Belfast Telegraph

Watch: Banksy, Warhol and Picasso works on show at Culloden Estate

Thousands of art fans are expected to attend Ireland’s largest sculpture exhibition, including the biggest collection of Salvador Dali works ever seen here, when Art in the Garden opens at the Culloden Estate & Spa this weekend.

In conjunction with Gormleys Fine Art, 14 pieces from the Dali Universe in Switzerland will lead the exhibition which contains more than 120 sculptures, some of which are valued up to £500,000, and will be exhibited both in the grounds of the 12-acre estate and in the hotel from June 15-30.

Paintings by Damien Hirst, Robert Indiana, Grayson Perry, Tom Wesselmann, Keith Haring and Julian Opie will be on show in the hotel along with work by Irish artists such as Peter Monaghan, Stephen Johnston, Stephen Forbes and Kenneth Webb.

Ireland’s own surrealist sculptor, F.E. McWilliam (1909-1992) was a native of Banbridge, Country Down and fittingly, his work is also included in the exhibition.

Howard Hastings, managing director of Hastings Hotels said: “Art in the Garden promises a unique opportunity to view these incredible pieces of work in the charming surroundings of the Culloden Estate and Spa.

"With its landscaped gardens and carefully manicured lawns, each location within the estate will act as a perfect backdrop to the biggest collection of sculptures to be displayed in Ireland. We have created a delightful range of dining options to complement the exhibition including private dining and Afternoon Teas and there will also be private tours available.

The exhibition runs from June 15-30, 11am-7pm, with guided tours around the installations daily at 2pm, 4pm and 6pm.

To book an Art in the Garden Afternoon Tea, call the Culloden Estate and Spa on 028 9042 1066 or go to

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