Aidan Dunne: New exhibition raises question – can drawing survive in a digital age?
A group gathers on the remote island off Roundstone to paint, sculpt and write
The swimmer is kept afloat by the environment humanity is in the process of destroying
Art inspired by Ulysses, the Burren annual and the search for perfection
Winning artist receives €5,000, RCSI silver medal and €10,000 commission
This year’s graduates are in the thick of it, and wouldn’t have it any other way
Tyrrell’s body of work is in a sense an autobiography, a record of day-by-day activity
Saype, whose giant biodegradable artworks are best seen by drone, is coming to Ireland
Also known as the Art Olympics, this vast exhibition features works from 89 countries
Photographer Ruvan Wijesooriya has documented the band’s career and touring adventures for more than a decade
TS Eliot’s Waste Land manuscript becomes a starting point for Miranda Blennerhassett, Aleana Egan, Andreas Kindler von Knoblock and Tanad Williams
Oikeiôsis means ‘coming into one’s own’, and these artists have certainly come into their own
Osborne’s painting of his niece demonstrates his understated though impressive skills
With Cappasity, all you need to ‘visit’ a museum is a VR headset and hardware
Richard Noble’s photo exhibition ‘Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow’ opens on May 31st
Academy’s 189th outing displays implicit awareness of issues such as housing
Artworks selected from more than 500 works at the RHA Annual Exhibition
Louvre show ditches Salvator Mundi as art experts remain divided on portrait’s origins
Aidan Dunne: Arts Council and Civic Art Collection join forces for an exhibition in Boyle
Groener focuses on the trauma inflicted by strife and migration in the recent past
The master of American modern painting and sculptor have little in common, except spirit
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