It's a vintage year for master’s graduates in fine art, whose work has a contemporary edge
A significant number of graduates show diverse, thoughtful bodies of work that show their knowledge of the history of art
Anne Madden: Colours of the Wind - Ariadne’s Thread review: The Greek heroine Ariadne is the starting point for journey into colour and space
Sex isn’t everything, but it deserves more attention than the titillation it’s often consigned to
Picasso’s haunting artwork is the focus of special events at the Reina Sofía in Madrid
Open submission process and 600 artworks guarantee good – and puzzling – surprises
New shows by Paul Winstanley, Don Cronin and Margaret O’Brien reviewed
Between Northern Ireland and Scotland, some million tons of munitions lie on the seabed
Margaret Clarke was a key figure in Irish art and a new show illustrates how her portraits deserve greater recognition beyond her partnership with Harry Clarke
Once asked if he considered himself English, Irish or European, he replied simply: ‘Yes’
Over 6,000 crosswords from The Irish Times.
From The Irish Times Book of the Year to Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales, you'll find books for all tastes and ages.
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