Phillip Allen’s doodles grow into densely packed impastos with a curious gravity
Women have traditionally fared poorly in the profession – but are things changing?
Author David Sax reckons analogue objects can give you back time because of the keep-it-simple-stupid method
The winning photo capturing the murder of Russian ambassador on camera raises questions about sensationalism and giving publicity to terrorism
Ronan McCrea found a a set of BBC instructional films for mechanical engineering students and from them made something entirely new and full of ideas
‘Emotional Archaeology’ is rooted in domestic life, but quietly unsettling
The National Gallery’s heavyweight exhibition collects 40 masterpieces by Caravaggio and those he influenced
Brandes’s garden is a compendium of society’s broken dreams and vain hopes
Contest a clever distraction from true nature of its sponsor, a major fossil-fuel player
Caravaggio was tetchy and combative, quick to take offence and always ready for a fight. That energy pours from the works in a new show at the National Gallery of Ireland
Shot Crowd’s large-scale paintings of protests are overwhelming and empowering
The Barberini Museum in Postsdam is the latest venue in a stunning list of new concert halls and museums
Ralph Steadman spent days trying to find Hunter S Thompson for their first assignment, the landmark article ‘The Kentucky Derby Is Decadent and Depraved’. The result changed journalism forever
Yan Wang Preston’s exhibition captures sweeping landscape of third-longest river
Kathlyn O’Brien speculates on identity and mortality in ‘Altered Light’, while Michael Beirne creates strange, hallucinatory visions of his own inner world in ‘Sahasrara’
From Dublin’s Science Gallery to director of the Biotopia natural history centre in Bavaria
Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara ‘delighted to be gifted opportunity’, a significant honour and accolade for Grafton, and for Ireland
The Belgian artist was inspired by poor people emigrating at the port of Antwerp
Josef Sudek was known as the poet of Prague and after returning to the city after the first World War, he never left it again
Work on Dargan and Milltown wings took more than six years to complete
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