Dublin-centric prints and textiles have moved beyond tack to beautiful design
Large-scale art, a global trend that Antony Gormley’s ‘Angel of the North’ can take some blame for, often doesn’t work, but sometimes, as with Dublin’s Spire, the gamble pays off
Coming across an unusual tree in a Jonathan Fisher painting led Corcoran into a dense thicket of iconography
It isn’t just grown-ups painting like kids or gallery-goers admiring the emperor’s new clothes: good abstract art, such as Samuel Walsh’s, tackles the ideas behind things
The Polish artist’s strange and cryptic paintings are inspired by Hans Christian Andersen and the illustrations of Andrzej Strumillo
Two recent graduates are getting a lot of attention – so what’s the artistic secret in Ballyvaughan?
EVA International is a reflection of our ‘current moment’, says curator Bassam El Baroni, with echoes of our not-so-distant future in venues including a post-industrial Limerick space
An Irishwoman’s Diary about a painting movement
Raphaël Dallaporta’s photographs of landmines and images taken by a drone flying over Afghanistan seduce, provoke, attack and worry the viewer
Sheela Gowda’s work points out the tensions between the modernising, powerhouse economy and an older India steeped in custom and tradition
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