The nuanced, neglected work of the Czech-born artist, who made her home in Ireland, gets an outing in an Imma retrospective
Monaghan student Frances Treanor’s ballpoint pen artwork ‘powerful’ says judge
Frances Treanor fell and broke several bones weeks before Leaving Cert
Installations, painting, etchings and photography: four Dublin shows have it all
The Irish-born artist doesn’t do creative block. Nor, as Beijing hosts a retrospective of his work, does he have time for westerners who ‘keep banging on about Ai Weiwei’
There was extensive and sophisticated patronage of the arts in Ireland in the 1700s, but much of the work emigrated. A new show in Chicago celebrates the Irish as artists, collectors and patrons
Books about the work of O’Dea and Robert Armstrong are, respectively, provocative and sumptuous
The old stereotype of the midlands as an expanse of bogs, lakes, eskers and drumlins bordered by the Shannon and Slieve Blooms is being challenged by artists. Welcome to life in the middle
Kipling was one of the earlier fans of this enamel technique, and the story of its rise mirrors that of Victorian explorers
The golden age of this ancient enamelling technique is given an exceptional showcase
The Irish Air Corps enjoy some of the best views in Ireland. The force’s photographic unit, 105 Squadron, captured these images in the course of their work
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