Cherub and sphinx statue in the gardens of the Palace of Versailles near Paris.

If you’ve travelled abroad this summer, you may have handed over some of your hard-earned cash at one of the world’s leading tourist attractions. You (...)

Night’s Candles are Burnt Out by Seán Keating (1928-1929). On loan to the ESB with kind permission of Gallery Oldham, UK

When Inti Guerrero, the curator of EVA International 2018, made an exploratory visit to Limerick to get a sense of what kind of exhibition he might ma(...)

Elizabeth Magill with her work. Photograph: Hugo Glendinning

Can you ever have such a thing as too much beauty? Elizabeth Magill thinks you can. “Yeah, absolutely,” the artist laughs, describing how she treats a(...)

Ronnie Hughes’s work in Strange Attractors

Ronnie Hughes: Strange Attractors *** Limerick City Gallery of Art Colours pop on the walls of the Limerick City Gallery, as Ronnie Hughes takes us (...)

Tea dancer by Theresa Nanigian.

Trying to Behave is the first in a series of three exhibitions by Theresa Nanigian and it features beautiful, formal, high-definition photographs of d(...)

One of Alan Counihan’s styrofoam headstones. Photograph: Matthew Gidney

The antidote to all that is elitist and contrived about contemporary art is to be found in the sleepy, bypassed town of Askeaton over the next 10 day(...)

Roger Casement: although not named in the article, he was responsible for attempting to recruit into the German Irish Brigade

February 5th, 1916 A Times reporter who interviewed exchanged prisoners of war found that many Irish among them had been induced to join the “German(...)

Premises by Ramon Kassam

Gallery – Ramon Kassam Limerick City Gallery of Art  ***** Art about art, isn’t that a bad thing? It brings to mind the eve(...)

Je Me Souviens (2007) by Peter Gallo

Peter Gallo Douglas Hyde Gallery, Trinity College ****   It makes sense to look at the work of Peter Gallo with an eye to his(...)

Pat Cox said any future appointments such as those to fill the roles of chief executive or artistic director, would be advertised.

The interim head of Limerick City of Culture has said he is not a healer of the past but a manager for the future.Mike Fitzpatrick, head of the Limeri(...)

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