Sean Keating’s Rising-themed painting places the men of 1916 in a heroic pose
Films at Imma by the Dublin-born artist approach their subjects – including Bernadette Devlin McAliskey – obliquely
Megahits from Game of Thrones to the Marvel universe are suffused in myth; so where are the echoes of Irish myth in contemporary culture? It turns out we’re surrounded by the stuff
300 photographs by Peter Rowen show Ireland’s top design and craft talent at work
Its theme is the anxiety of life in the modern world, but the annual festival is rock steady
Dublin contains hundreds of ‘ghost signs’, preserved on the facades of old shops and factories that are now occupied by food outlets, shoe shops or pubs. What were these businesses, and who were the Elverys, Combridges and Kapps who owned them?
Painting of the late Barrie Cooke is selected from shortlist of 12 works
A new international art prize in Belfast’s Mac has a mix of great and indifferent material
The German-born artist has transformed a ‘hostile’ war memorial in Bochum into an inspiring project
When separatists of the Donetsk People’s Republic took over the Izolyatsia arts centre, they began destroying works that did not fit with their ideology. But the people who ran the centre say they will struggle on
Dalí, Bacon, Warhol, Hirst: they are not con artists but their reputations are overinflated
This spectacular new exhibition of Pablo Picasso's formidable work ties in with the 133rd anniversary of the artist's birth
The collection of Impressionism’s earliest patron is the basis of a major new exhibition in Paris
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