Vivienne Dick

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Nan Goldin and Vivienne Dick at the launch of the exhibitions Weekend Plans and 93% Stardust in Imma, Dublin. Photograph: Ruth Medjber

At Thanksgiving in 1978, the year after the US photographer Nan Goldin moved to New York, she was heading to dinner in a British man’s house with a bu(...)

Disappear With Me: Alec Soth’s Snapchat images, which vanish from your phone almost as soon as you receive them, have sold out. Photograph: Jenn Ackerman/New York Times

It’s a First World problem that is insignificant in the face of life’s major traumas, but a defining malady among those who have enough is the nagging(...)

Kyoto lidded vase, mark of Namikawa Yasuyuki, circa 1890. Copyright Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Seven Treasures Chester Beatty Library, Dublin Castle *****   Cloisonné is an ancient enamelling technique. As a process, the(...)

Explore wilderness, wildness and the “cinematic sublime” in a remote site in the Inagh Valley in Connemara. Wild-screen/Scáil-fhiáin is an experime(...)

Sleeper, by Mark Wallinger

Tulca Festival of Visual Arts 2014: Neutral Various venues, Galway ****   Curator Alison Prior – best-known for her work with (...)

Donal Foreman: “I wanted it to be a collaboration with the city and that moment and with the actors. Too many Irish filmmakers say ‘I want to make a universal story, it could be set anywhere’. That was something I didn’t want to do”

Lenny Abrahamson has the smarts and Shimmy Marcus has the moves, but the hottest ticket in Irish cinema now is Donal Foreman. When his debut featur(...)

The Penn State University cheerleading team performing on Grafton Street in Dublin ahead of tomorrow’s game against the University of Central Florida which has been dubbed the ‘Croke Park Classic’. Photograph : Brendan Moran / Sportsfile.

A guide to what’s on around the country on the last weekend of the summer holidays come to an end. National Heritage Week There’s still tim(...)

Vivienne Dick: ‘We seem to focus on things like inequality of pay and stuff like that, which is very surface. The issue goes back a long time. Someone like Plato, for example, sees the uterus as a hole or a dark cave.’ Photograph: Cyril Byrne

‘A mouthful of a title,” is how the film-maker Vivienne Dick describes her latest work, which will screen at the Darklight festival in Dublin on Sa(...)