A talented trio focus on plants, backwoods scenes and crumbling facades
A copper-bearing pigment was burning through the 890-page 16th-century Koran, but the manuscript has been saved and is on display in the Chester Beatty Library
A beautifully curated exhibition in Paris showcases masterworks with a Hungarian edge
A sprawling show pays tribute to Lynn, a humanitarian who was airbrushed from the 1916 picture
Marta Turalska wins overall category and prize of €1,500 for ‘My Grandma With Grape’
Mac Mahon’s exhibition invites us to examine the construction of cultural myths both old and modern
Perhaps surprisingly, museums are thriving in the digital age, but they must commit to constant innovation in order to capture the attention and loyalty of their audiences
The influential director of the Tate galleries still believes in what artists can do, and the public have backed his faith in their millions
Retain creative control and don’t be afraid of the dark: these were among the nuggets of wisdom at the annual design conference
Enda Bowe’s photographs of an unnamed Irish town reveal young people on the brink of greater awareness
A cluster of the city’s most despised structures is likely to be demolished. Should we care?
Artist Rita Duffy’s send-up of the Rising and Irish culture is a refreshing antidote to the seriousness of the centenary commemorations
The Cork artist had his critics, but his sexuality was not the issue
Mr Bingo’s Hate Mail started as a joke on Twitter but his deliberately rude postcards quickly became a profitable enterprise
It’s original home burned down during the Rising, but the RHA has become a vital part of the Irish art scene
The cultural programming in Ireland’s art galleries is focused on what it means to be a citizen in today’s connected world
Decorating real eggs is easy, fun and the results can be gorgeous, writes Fionnuala Zinnecker
Five artworks selected from 186th Annual Exhibition for new award
Gorman’s work on kozo paper is quite something to behold – but don’t ask him how much it cost a sheet
The vital art in Bill Lynch’s first ever exhibition (sadly posthumous) displays a heavy Chinese influence
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