It’s week two of our Summer Pix 16 competition in association with Harvey Norman, and we have received some crackers. Keep clicking
In Aideen Barry’s work divisions between human, animal, automaton and mechanical devices blur
The Government’s framework national cultural policy is low on specifics. Here are our suggestions to help the arts sector now
From gelato-loving priests in Florence to a wild Atlantic wife in Ireland, here are some of the entries so far in our Summer Pix 16 competition in association with Harvey Norman. Keep them coming
Brian Maguire’s paintings try to address the experiences of society’s outsiders
Una Sealy couldn’t wait to escape Howth. What went wrong?
Art is being taken out of the gallery and put into everyday scenarios in the Limerick town – and the public will be able to interrogate the artists about their work
The controversial art group NSK has unleashed a host of challenging works in Clare
The Turner Prize winner describes the moment 10 years ago when her pioneering video art took a new, fascinating turn
Vulnerable bodies and the dispossessed also feature in three Galway International Arts Festival highlights
Axis Arts Centre hopes to inspire young Dubliners to follow a creative path to the likes of the National College of Art and Design
The artist’s new exhibition explores the personal and political, ‘the complex, detailed, contingencies of people’s lives’
From a celebration of sheep to tightrope walking, Galway promises to deliver over 50 events to thrill
The new Hennessy Art Fund will help the Irish Museum of Modern Art plug the gaps in its collection over the next three years
Photographer Dragana Jurisic picked up a camera after her father's entire archive was destroyed. And that's not the only mystery in her family history
It’s not easy to row from Dublin to Carlow, especially when your raft is built from jetsam and your oars tangle in the weeds. But it’s a good way to meet people – and to create art
Compacted excrement, a poker game between transgender prostitutes, and a floating wheelchair all vie for attention at the jam-packed art biennial Manifesta 11
Sale of ‘Aurora and Cephalus’ precedes auction of paintings by Guardi and Rubens
Things resonate in Caoimhe Kilfeather’s work but usually confound your expectations
Ryan and Trevor Oakes are undertaking brilliant experiments with observation and perception, changing views on reality along the way
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