René Böll’s photographs and paintings illuminate a half-forgotten world of unconsecrated burials
The nuanced, neglected work of the Czech-born artist, who made her home in Ireland, gets an outing in an Imma retrospective
Installations, painting, etchings and photography: four Dublin shows have it all
At 81, the British artist is gaining recognition by avoiding artifice and artiness
Naked woman artwork rejected by Irish government in 1930
The power of these images goes far beyond their historical significance
A series of exhibitions organised from the Hugh Lane Gallery play with ideas around institutional critique
His densely patterned works have an in-between quality that unsettles the eye but also keeps it interested
‘Two Studies for Self-Portrait’ sold in less than two minutes at Sotheby's in London
Mullarney sets memorable characters loose on stage; while Seawright shows us malevolent landscapes
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