A fine new show re-establishes the painter as a leading impressionist but miscasts her as a feminist icon
Eva O’Leary holds a mirror up to teenagers, and a group exhibition looks at surveillance
The Limerick-based artist re-imagines his own wedding with a magic realist twist
The Impossible Project is bringing analogue cameras and film to digital natives
From Limerick to Armagh, there’s a range of themes and works to explore
Gerrard’s images of crowds massed in cities reflect a new era of mass protest
John Turpin’s RHA history reveals an institution fighting for its life for nearly 200 years
Aidan Dunne: Niamh Barry’s edge lit sculptural lighting pieces at the National Museum of Ireland
Turner’s watercolour brilliantly conveys the drama and danger of negotiating a coastal hazard in heavy seas
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