A still from Niamh O’Malley’s film Nephin at the Douglas Hyde Gallery

Niamh O’Malley; Mairéad O’hEocha: Paintings Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin ****   The Douglas Hyde isn’t your average Whit(...)

Je Me Souviens (2007) by Peter Gallo

Peter Gallo Douglas Hyde Gallery, Trinity College ****   It makes sense to look at the work of Peter Gallo with an eye to his(...)

Corita Kent: a nun for 32 years in a Hollywood convent before she left to become a full-time artist

The campus buildings oat LA’s Immaculate Heart College are decorated with huge, colourful posters of food – rows of shiny, stylised apples and pear(...)

The painter Barrie Cooke was held in exceptionally high regard among his peers and by a large number of collectors and art lovers. He was known(...)

Andrea Büttner: drawn to philosophical, religious, artistic and political explorations of poverty as a conscious choice, as exemplified by, for example, St Francis of Assisi

Speaking about her exhibition at the Douglas Hyde Gallery, German artist Andrea Büttner returns to one word again and again: poverty. Poverty, togethe(...)

Portrait of artist Jesse Jones

People have always lived in the 100-year-old large, functional red-brick building on Dublin’s Buckingham Street that is announced with the words, in c(...)

No Pants Thursday with dancer Amy Kinlon and clown Angelica Santander. PHOTOGRAPH: LAURA LYNCH

Best permanent collection Trinity College Dublin College Green, Dublin 2 tcd.ie It’s one of life’s ironies that art tends to be best en(...)