This week’s shows feature a mythologised car and superstition, emerging artists, and beautiful woodturning
On a little corner of Dublin, Art Lot, a derelict space, is managing to hold its own as an open air public exhibition space
René Böll’s photographs and paintings illuminate a half-forgotten world of unconsecrated burials
Exhibitions by Clare Langan and Diana Copperwhite succeed, while a group show in Carlow is less certain
You have until May 31st to enter The Irish Times Amateur Photographer of the Year Awards. Along with the glory of the title, there are also two main prizes of €1,000 up for grabs
The nuanced, neglected work of the Czech-born artist, who made her home in Ireland, gets an outing in an Imma retrospective
Monaghan student Frances Treanor’s ballpoint pen artwork ‘powerful’ says judge
Frances Treanor fell and broke several bones weeks before Leaving Cert
Installations, painting, etchings and photography: four Dublin shows have it all
The Irish-born artist doesn’t do creative block. Nor, as Beijing hosts a retrospective of his work, does he have time for westerners who ‘keep banging on about Ai Weiwei’
There was extensive and sophisticated patronage of the arts in Ireland in the 1700s, but much of the work emigrated. A new show in Chicago celebrates the Irish as artists, collectors and patrons
Books about the work of O’Dea and Robert Armstrong are, respectively, provocative and sumptuous
From The Irish Times Book of the Year to Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales, you'll find books for all tastes and ages.
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