James Joyce populated his chronicle of a day in Dublin with hundreds of people, famous and ordinary, Irish and foreign, contemporary and historical. Knowing who they were throws light on many passages of Joyce’s masterpiece, which will be celebrated on Thursday, June 16th : Bloomsday
Separate exhibitions highlight the complexities and ambiguities of Casement and explore the many identities that have been thrust upon him
Katie Moore’s Ballina residency commemorating 1916 is exceptionally effective
As the art market becomes increasingly polarised, Art $ummit looks at the changing relationship between art and money
A retrospective displays the Welsh painter’s ‘art of deceptive modesty’
The German artist Vera Klute does not take a cosy view of motherhood and family
Elaine Byrne’s foray into the wordplay of Ulysses is ingenious and entertaining
A strong show by the KCat collective is refreshingly free of irony and knowingness
A talented trio focus on plants, backwoods scenes and crumbling facades
A beautifully curated exhibition in Paris showcases masterworks with a Hungarian edge
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