Mount Pleasant Square in Ranelagh is a bit of an anomaly; it is the only curved “square” in the city of Dublin, and has just three sides, two of whic(...)

Included in Vue is ‘Facing North III (summer version)’ by Oliver Comerford, Kevin Kavanagh Gallery

It’s only a slight exaggeration to say that art fairs have quietly taken over the art world. Commercial galleries, even those in prime internationa(...)

The fake Prada shop erected by Elmgreen and Dragset in  the middle of the desert between Marfa and neighbouring Valentine. Photograph: Getty

To get to Marfa, I flew to Dallas then on to El Paso, hired a car and drove four hours out into the New Mexico desert. There were cranberry farms, (...)

To Space, at the Science Gallery
10 days of the Tiger Dublin Fringe
  • Culture
  • September 10, 2014, 01:00

Thursday 11th Early bird: Bernarda’s House 6.15pm, Project; €15/€13; until Sept 13th A retelling of Spanish dramatist Lorca’s last play, performe(...)

Graph points to upturn in art sales at RHA.

Ireland’s art investment market has turned a corner after a five-year slump, according to new figures from one of Dublin’s leading galleries.Results (...)

Enclosed Ring Fort (1970) by Maria Simonds-Gooding

A Maria Simonds-Gooding retrospective opens later this week at the Royal Hibernian Academy. Simonds-Gooding is a singular figure in Irish art. Yes,(...)

Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin: “I’m not going to comment on unsubstantiated stories. My entire focus is on the campaign”

”Hope for us all.” Full marks to Fianna Fáil for optimism. From the slogan we could see – displayed across the top table at the launch of their Europe(...)

Martin Schulz of Germany is the chosen candidate of the Socialist and Democratic  group, the umbrella group for centre-left political parties in the European Parliament. Photograph: Reuters

European Commission presidential hopeful Martin Schulz will take his campaign to Ireland when addresses a ral(...)

Collette Egan and Mollie Douthit in Douthit’s Burren studio

Graduate art exhibitions can be ungainly events, as young artists birth their long-gestated babies with anxiety and hope. The clamour to be rec(...)

April 1874. Crowds gather outside Nadar’s studio in the Boulevard des Capucines, lent by the photographer for the first Impressionist exhibitio(...)