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After being trapped behind the Iron Curtain, Russia’s Shchukin collection, including works by Picasso and Matisse, is back in Paris for a blockbuster show
Renowned surrealist artworks among hundreds of objects to be sold by Christie’s
Irish photographer Ken O’Halloran on documenting Americans’ pilgrimage to Hollywood Boulevard, where they vent their anti-Trump anger in inventive ways
The people’s choice for our final artwork was a collaborative project about the challenges faced by people with intellectual disabilities in a society that still restricts their behaviour
The collective works in our series show how molten and defiant Irish artworks can be
Ramones top is still a fashion staple, 40 years on, underlining the power of good design
Installation focuses on women of Rising and corporate Ireland greed 100 years later
Dublin City Council study says lack of clarity may prompt Hugh Lane board’s dissolution
A new exhibition at the National Gallery shows Ireland’s history in 55 paintings, and reveals a few secrets if you look carefully
Numerous boomtime plans for these buildings came to nothing, but what stands in their place?
Little Museum of Dublin’s latest show reveals "a pre-internet Ireland, another world where men had unfeasibly thick heads of hair and people took pills to put on weight
Mother’s Tankstation and the Oliver Sears Gallery have designs on the international art fairs
New collection at Petit Palais celebrates the rebellious writer’s life and work
Artworks taken from museum in Amsterdam 14 years ago recovered after tipoff
Vanessa Donoso López and Paul Gregg offer intriguing and conceptual artistic visions
'I thought I was dying.' When Emma Sheridan was the victim of a random shooting in London, she used painting to help her heal
Two Irish artists impress in iconoclastic paintings and a 1916-related video installation
‘Strange Occurrences in a Small Irish Village’ shows the power of religious iconography
For Yvonne Farrell and Shelly McNamara of Grafton Architects, good design is about making a community
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