Works by some of the world’s best-known artists including Andy Warhol and Banksy are to feature in an exclusive exhibition at Belfast gallery Gormley’s Fine Art.

The gallery is hosting the largest display of contemporary international editions ever held in Northern Ireland, in association with Belfast-based Willis Insurance and Risk Management.

Taking place during July and August, the exhibition will explore contemporary art from the 1950s to the present day, featuring important museum quality works by Andy Warhol, Banksy, Damien Hirst, Keith Haring, Jeff Koons, Robert Indiana, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Roy Lichtenstein.

The works, rarely seen in Ireland, highlight a range of movements including Pop Art, Street Art, Neo Pop, Young British Artists and Urban Art.

More than 40 limited edition and unique original screen prints, including 10 Warhol pieces will be displayed in the gallery at 471 Lisburn Road.

Gerard Gormley of Gormley’s Fine Art said:

“We are genuinely excited to bring work by some of the world’s most highly renowned contemporary artists to Belfast.

“Currently, many Irish art collectors would have to go to London or New York to purchase this type of work from artists like Banksy, one of the most sought-after stars of the art world. This is a fantastic opportunity to see the works up close in Belfast.”

Robert Willis, Executive Chairman of Willis Insurance and Risk Management added:

“We are delighted to be associated with this exhibition of contemporary artwork.

“It continues a long-standing relationship with Gormley’s Fine Art with whom we partner in the valuation of artwork for a wide-range of clients including high-net worth individuals from across Northern Ireland.

“The exhibition presents a rare opportunity to view the work of some of the world’s contemporary masters and we look forward to sharing the experience with hundreds of arts enthusiasts over the coming months.”

Entry to the exhibition is free and all work is available to purchase, with prices starting from £7,000 and going up to £150,000. For further information, visit