After 20 years as a DJ and techno record label boss, Eamonn Doyle has gone back to his first love, photography. His second photo-book of Dublin street scenes shoots an increasingly multicultural space from below
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Three artists at Hillsboro share a love for a great Italian tradition; and Catherine Barron throws herself into her work
Six paintings, including two Rubens, were set to be sold on July 9th
Ministers pleased by emergence of ‘white knights’ willing to buy Russborough paintings
Project’s big summer show is an unwieldy but thought-provoking display
Britain’s richest man Leonard Blavatnik buys Beit painting in private Christie’s deal
The graffiti and strange ‘pichação’ of his adopted city were the natural inspirations for James Concagh’s giant train-station mural
Heather Humphreys says she cannot stop auction of paintings from Beit collection
Board: ‘The challenges in funding a house such as Russborough are immense’
Heather Humphreys asked trust to reconsider auction of paintings from collection
Paintings sell at low end of expectations at auction in London
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