A new exhibition of the work of the father of photojournalism shows how his work embodied the 20th century
Richard Mosse’s dispatches from Congo, in ‘The Enclave’ at the Royal Hibernian Academy, dispense with familiar styles of war-zone reportage to show life in the raw
Projects between artists and scientists on the bay’s northern shore have shown how fruitful collaborations can be
Art and food are intersecting in interesting ways, from the inedible beauty showcased on Nigella Lawson’s ‘The Taste’ to Abigail O’Brien’s bread exhibition – although not all art-food experiments end happily
In her long career, the photographer has captured everyone from Jayne Mansfield to Norman Mailer. She tells how Dennis Hopper betrayed Peter Fonda and how she earned her subjects’ trust
From ancient cave paintings to modern images, the horse and its representation have remained central to art and artists
The photographic project ‘Faces of Carrick’ was born from a lengthy creative rut. The idea was simple: to record and to get to know the faces of my home town, Carrick-on-Suir, Co Tipperary
Andrea Büttner’s art dispenses with market value concerns and recasts humble, workaday materials
Some of our best artists have created uninspiring portraits of former leaders
A satellite image of Belfast is competing to become DigitalGlobe’s best image of the year
A team of mainly non-builders has constructed four shacks in unspecified locations in Ireland, each with a specific purpose. In the remote Library, for instance, adventurers who find it can place books they love
There’s an aversion to art galleries breaking up collections and selling their works – but is it a short-sighted policy, and should museums sell some of their pieces to help their home cities?
Prestigious art award presented in Derry, its first time outside Britain
You entered thousands of photographs. Here are the results
‘Some people’s photography is art, mine is not’ said the Berliner, whose genius is the glossy celebration of the superficial
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