The sense of something fleeting and fading gives exhibitions by Garry, Tjibbe Hooghiemstra and Nick Miller their strength
The artist’s latest projects centre on what he calls ‘folk fictions’
The artist’s exhibition is a tactful, tentative intrusion into the Douglas Hyde Gallery’s brutalist fabric
Among this year’s essential exhibitions is Lynch’s Biennale show, which will tour Ireland after Italy
A show at Paris’s Grand Palais vividly captures how Haitians have portrayed their culture while subverting dictators
Sorolla became famous for his Valencian shoreline scenes and portraits of American high flyers, including a president
Every January Turner’s watercolours are put on show as requested in Henry Vaughan’s bequest
The German-born artist’s exceptional show is disturbing and even slightly creepy
A convincing exhibition channels the artist’s interest in psychoanalysis and the Rorschach test
Films at Imma by the Dublin-born artist approach their subjects – including Bernadette Devlin McAliskey – obliquely, including the one that earned him this year's Turner prize
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