Imma is showing the work of the renowned Canadian photographer
Cork-based and Connemara-based basket maker receive top awards
McSweeney’s collaged sculptures are a delight; while an Adam’s show looks north
An Taisce seeks review in High Court of licences to sell paintings in London
Funds raised may only cover half of €15m needed to secure stately house’s future
Priest pays €31,000 for piece depicting co-founder of order St Francis Xavier
The China-Russia border, dystopian visions, an uneasy road trip and feats of origami feature in four festival exhibitions
It’s life but not as we know it: Australian artist Patricia Piccinini uses silicon, fibreglass and hair to make strange creatures that seem biologically plausible. But why?
Michael Coleman puts on an almost perfect show; a piece of Birmingham moves to Temple Bar; and Amelia Stein goes close to the edge
After the hubris of the boom, the bust brought big changes to the Irish art market. A new kind of gallery has emerged that is approachable, diverse, risk-taking and even humble
The new owners of Hazelwood, a Palladian manor in Co Sligo, have turned an old textile plant in the grounds into a venue for a huge contemporary art exhibition
Pieces were made for churches in Ireland, Wales and New Zealand but never installed
Ramon Kassam looks for the most elegant solution; Gavin Hogg takes a Jungian path; and a posthumous Martin Folan show exudes integrity
On irishtimes.com this week, we invited readers to name the Irish buildings they’d like to demolish. Here is a selection of their suggestions (including some quite nice structures)
You entered thousands of photographs, and voted for the People’s Choice Award. Here are the results
The competition: Which is the greatest of the works published so far in this series? Write to us about one of them, explaining in no more than 300 words why it’s your favourite, and what it says about modern Ireland
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
What’s your least favourite Irish building? Phibsboro Shopping Centre? Sarsfield House in Limerick? Dun Laoghaire’s new library? Tell us in the comments field of this article
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
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