For decades artists have been trying to engage in new ways with our heightening awareness of potentially catastrophic environmental change
More than any other individual, he was responsible for rehabilitating the reputation of 17th-century Italian Baroque painting
Siobhán McDonald evokes natural change; the Science Gallery looks at the nature of fakery
Comedy nerds Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement are back on tour a decade after their cult HBO series
Ursula Burke, Paul Hallahan and Cecelia Moore will share €30,000 prize
Irrational Exuberance by Elva Mulchrone, Hermione Exhibition, and Nocturne by Adam Pomeroy
The 16th Venice exhibition, curated by Grafton Architects, will highlight the humanity of Irish market towns
Post impressionist landscapes, photography’s relationship with time, etherial children and elementally engaging with landscape
New Poetry Ireland HQ will add Seamus Heaney library to artistic environment
Butts produced many paintings of the Cork countryside, but died penniless in Dublin
Worldwide opportunities are opening up for Irish craftspeople
To opt, as Gorey does, for monochrome compositions is brave. Is she looking for trouble?
How the Georgian Society stopped the demolition of derelict properties
From 1982 to 1992, David Jazay photographed Dublin’s quays. Here is how they looked, then and today
Jurišic sets out to do something unusual, to make a primarily photographic work that hinges on photographs not taken by her
Suggestions of Japan; Cork Arts Society exhibition; exploring ‘life and death, religion and ritual, pain and sorrow’; existing in an age of big data; and minimalist realism
Louise Neiland at the Taylor Galleries and Paul McKinley at Kevin Kavanagh Gallery
Major exhibition shows how artists and illustrators tried to reflect the horrors of the Great Hunger
This carborundum print was inspired by the story of the Inishkea islands, off Co Mayo
Louise Neiland’s impeccable paintings – Diverse painter-printmakers – Snagged plastic bags – Myriad Englishes – Artists at various stages
Lucy Beech’s short film Pharmakon is a highlight of Ex-Voto: the Body + the Institution in Galway
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