‘Magnetism’ rises to the challenge of its venue’s scale; and Anna Macleod’s polite protests hit home
Tyrrell’s paintings, in the tricky Uillinn gallery, aim for the ‘rightness’ of nature
What’s your least favourite piece of public art? Is it the mad moons on sticks near Kinnegad? the semi- submerged violin near Longford or the famine family on Dublin’s Quay? Tell us in the comments field of this article
The Young Curators Project throws up some fascinating takes on the landscape
The project will involve the painting of 24 sites in the city. Can it unlock Waterford’s potential?
Artist paints key performers in front of a live audience at Kilkenny Arts Festival
Gaffney will use his Sky Academy Arts Scholarship for a project about the Shackleton Mill in Lucan that will involve film, photography and a book
A desire to use art to effect political change unites El Lissitzky and Alice Milligan
New York City has given its public art work a personalised Instagram account, bringing hundreds of pieces into the social media realm
Two exhibitions in Cork celebrate George Boole, a son of the city and the genius who laid the foundation of all computer systems
Retired dancer’s art career has taken flight following his debut exhibition in London
A fascination with Europe as a ritual cultural entity is reflected in these paintings from 1980 onward
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?
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