Basil Blackshaw’s portrait of Brian Friel

One of Ireland’s most enigmatic artists Basil Blackshaw – who once attended an art exhibition with a bag over his head rather than be photographed – h(...)

The studio of Edward McGuire, which his wife, Sally Maguire, donated to Imma. Photograph: Nick Miller

Nick Miller and the Studio of Edward McGuire Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin ***** In 2009, Sally McGuire donated the studio of her late h(...)

Brian Fallon, co-founder of Journal Media, pictured in the company’s offices in Dublin last year. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Journal Media Limited, the company behind news app TheJournal.ie, made a loss of €846,000 in 2014, according to accounts recently filed to the Compan(...)

Property portal Daft.ie will continue to operate from Dublin.

Distilled Media Group has signed a deal with Norway’s Schibsted Media Group that will merge two Distilled businesses, the property portal Daft.ie and(...)

Hillary  Clinton speaks at the sixth annual Women in the World Summit in New York on  April 23. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)

It is hardly Machiavellian to state that the strongest political candidate draws the fiercest attacks. The salvos being fired at 2016 presidential con(...)

Sculptures by Gerda Frömel, clockwise from bottom left: Animal (1963), courtesy the artist’s estate; Moon and Hill (1971), courtesy Imma collection; Spear (1973), courtesy Imma collection; Eve (1974), courtesy the artist’s estate; and Head (circa 1967), private collection

There’s often an element of hype involved when an artist is described as “long-neglected” or “rediscovered”, but both terms are entirely justified (...)

When the graphic designer and artist Jan de Fouw, who has died aged 85, first arrived in Dublin from his native Netherlands in 1951, his skills were i(...)

Brian Fallon, chief executive of Journal Media and co-founder of Distilled Media’s Daft.ie. Photograph: Alan Betson

When TheJournal.ie launched four years ago, it was with a newsroom of five journalists and five technology staff. The company now employs about 45 peo(...)

Distilled Media Group employed an average of 71 people during the period, down from 75 in 2012.

The company behind property website Daft.ie more than doubled its pre-tax profit to almost €1.7 million in 2013, accounts for Distilled Media Group Li(...)

Promising “a new take on sports coverage”, Maximum Media’s new offshoot SportsJoe.ie launches today with a little help from the social media hashtag (...)