Two views of the Rising and the Ireland it helped to create
‘The Temptation of Saint Anthony’ bought by Missouri museum in 1935 but later thought to have been by student of Bosch
Lynch’s Venice Biennale exhibition, now on tour, is quite an achievement
Prize funded by Royal College of Surgeons, Royal Hibernian Academy and ‘Irish Times’
A clash of cultures makes for a powerful show
The characters Rennick paints are deluded but she refuses to ridicule them; and exhibitions by Julie Merriman and Maeve McCarthy have plenty to recommend them
The wonders and mysteries of the empirical world become jumping-off points for an aesthetic voyage in Grace Weir’s retrospective show 3 Different Nights Recurring
Grafton Architects, the Irish team behind the spectacular University of Engineering and Technology in Lima, wanted to create a building that was ‘specific to this unique place on earth’
Self Portrait at the Age of 63 is on loan from the National Gallery in London
Grace Weir’s latest films focus on her interest in science
Gormley is once again getting a warm reception at Imma, having been part of the gallery’s inaugural exhibition in 1991. He talks about his love of Ireland and his artistic philosophy
The Coombe-based arts group’s periodical is a valuable exercise; and George Bolster takes on the delicate subject of depression
No selfie or Instagram picture can capture the essence of a person the way a painting can. Here, experienced portraitists give some pointers so you can have a go yourself
An exhibition in Cork explores how we perceive value in art and in life, raising intriguing questions about the art market in the process
Not much is known about London husband-and-wife satirists the Darlys, but their work remains sharp
What stands out at the Solas show is the richness of the award-winning Irish work
For the Swiss-born artist and photographer, the unmade bed is a metaphor for the reality of daily life
In 2013 Nora Hickey M’Sichili got her dream job of running the Centre Culturel Irlandais in the French capital. Have recent events changed the tone?
The Irishman, famous for his stained glass, was also a war artist who illustrated Ireland’s official 1914-18 memorial records, writes the author of a new book
If your new year’s resolution involves learning more about music, dance or art, a new residential school may be just the trick to get you out the door and on your way
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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