The painter of ‘Hellelil and Hildebrand, the Meeting on the Turret Stairs’ hated the smell of paint
Works by Vera Klute, Janet Mullarney, Bassam Al-Sabah and Nigel Rolfe are on show
Visionaries or mythologisers? These two titans of Jack B Yeats and Paul Henry describe the conflict at the heart of Ireland
The graphic novel Savage Town ‘treats Limerick the way The Wire treats Baltimore’
There’s some seriously strong painting on show, along with a few very surreal ideas
Painting was his first love, and the author allegedly wrote The Ginger Man in a pique after his work received a lukewarm reception
The Glucksman gallery is working with teens who lived in direct provision to make a mural - and they are alive to the politics of the form and the work
Unlike the monumentalism of some land art, a show on the Mizen peninsula scales things down so people can look more closely at the world around them
Visual Art: In 1960, Bikila won Olympic gold, while running barefoot through a Fascist showcase in Rome. Mart's latest show recalls the deed and its impact
From fruity picnics to provocative pigeons. Art goes over to the wild side this week
The artist, doctor and Booker-shortlisted author is as busy as ever in his 90th year, with projects in Ireland, Italy and his adopted New York
Weekly art review: Chain reactions in Kilkenny and some tantalising ‘alternative facts’ in Cork
Canadian artist Bradley Wood wins €1,000 and fortnight at The Moth Retreat
If you think contemporary art is no laughing matter, a trip to Project might change your mind
The work of Iriish artist Eilís O’Connell features in a major exhibition in England alongside artists Damien Hirst, Lynn Chadwick, Antony Gormley and Elisabeth Frink
Imma’s Hennessy Art Fund collection is missing something else besides context
From land to sea, William Crozier in West Cork, and artists getting aquatic at the Glucksman Gallery
The Partisan Collective is a future-proofed space run by volunteers. Would it work here?
Diarmuid Delargy photos, illustrators, Arctic art, images of past and dystopian otherness
Chain reactions and knitting the Border, what's on in the arts this week
From Antarctica to Ukraine and Schubert to Brexit, a one-day exploration of the festival
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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