Commotion, a tapestry by Vera Klute

The German-born artist’s exceptional show is disturbing and even slightly creepy

The Ground Itself Is Kind, Black Butter, by Eoin Mc Hugh

A convincing exhibition channels the artist’s interest in psychoanalysis and the Rorschach test

Still from Arbeit. Courtesy of the artist and Rodeo, Istanbu/London

Films at Imma by the Dublin-born artist approach their subjects – including Bernadette Devlin McAliskey – obliquely, including the(...)

The meta-perceptual helmets offer a portal into other organisms’ view of the world. They are now at the Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris

Visual art: The artistic partnership’s helmets offer a glimpse of life as different species

Sleeper, by Mark Wallinger

Its theme is the anxiety of life in the modern world, but the annual festival is rock steady

Nick Miller, winner of the Hennessy prize, with his portrait of Barrie Cooke, entitled Last Sitting, at the National Gallery yesterday. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Painting of the late Barrie Cooke is selected from shortlist of 12 works

Still from Giant (2013) by Salla Tykkä

A new international art prize in Belfast’s Mac has a mix of great and indifferent material

Damien Hirst in front of one of his works. Photograph: Oli Scarff/Getty Images

Dalí, Bacon, Warhol, Hirst: they are not con artists but their reputations are overinflated

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