A view of a new exhibition at Emo Court, Co Laois

Head to Emo Court in Co Laois for an exquisite exhibition of contemporary artwork on display throughout the neo-classical mansion designed by James Ga(...)

Sonia Shiel, Still Life With Plans, at Crawford Art Gallery, Cork

Rectangle, squared – Sonia Shiel Crawford Art Gallery, Emmet Place, Cork Until October 8th crawfordartgallery.ie Did you ever wonder how much of you(...)

Anselm Kiefer at Sears Salon

Traditionally, the art market has been divided into two quite separate entities. When artists make new work, it is placed in a gallery, exhibited, rev(...)

Love (2016) by Siobhán Hapaska.
Excavating old ideas

Excavations: Hughie O’Donoghue Oliver Sears Gallery, Dublin ***** It’s been a busy year for Hughie O’Donoghue. One Hundred Years and Four Quarters(...)

Gordana by Dragana Jurisic

My Own Unknown – Dragana Jurisic Stray – Paul Gaffney Oliver Sears Gallery, Dublin ★★★★★ Few people can have had as dramatic a beginning in photo(...)

Detail from The Curved Street (Youghal) by John Doherty

THE RESPECTFUL DISTANCE  Michael Canning Oliver Sears Gallery, Dublin May 5th-June 16th, oliversearsgallery.com ★★★★ IN A GARDEN I ONCE KNEW (...)

A detail from Richard Gorman’s Iwano Series II (2015)

Iwano – Richard Gorman Kerlin Gallery, Dublin ***** More than 25 years ago, when Richard Gorman first visited Japan’s “paper village”, Echizen, an(...)

Honed down to essentials: ‘Woods’ by Ed Miliano, who says the ideas behind Japanese design are as much about living as they are about making

Painstaking, time consuming, spiritual? Splashy flashy Manga mixtures? Big eyed Anime? And what about schoolgirl kitsch? Japan is an enigma, but a hig(...)

Home comforts: ‘We feel as though we’re actually sitting in the garden,’ says  Oliver Sears, in  the extension to his home in Ranelagh, Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

Oliver Sears set up the Oliver Sears Gallery on Dublin’s Molesworth Street in 2010. The gallery represents some of Ireland’s leading artists and make(...)

Detail from The Woods by Ed Miliano

Woods – Ed Miliano Oliver Sears Gallery, Dublin **** Ed Miliano’s Woods shifts intriguingly across three locations. They are the landscape aro(...)

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