Brian Maguire

19 results

From left, Apartments Aleppo (2016); and Over Our Heads the Hollow Seas Closed Up (2016), both by Brian Maguire; and The Aquarius Monument by Alex de Roeck from Small . . . Far Away. Maguire images courtesy the artist and Kerlin Gallery

Over Our Heads the Hollow Seas Closed Up – Brian Maguire Kerlin Gallery, Dublin ★★★★ With a practice rooted in expressionist painting, Brian Magui(...)

Oscar Pistorius: “This case involves a human tragedy of Shakespearean proportions.”

‘This case involves a human tragedy of Shakespearean proportions,” said the judge in South Africa. “A young man overcomes huge physical disabilities (...)

Simon Stewart and Ronan Dempsey

Waiting for Godot Smock Alley, Dublin **   “I can’t go on like this,” says Gogo. “That’s what you think,” comes Didi’s reply(...)

Detail from Le voyage d’Hector Hyppolite en Afrique (2000) by Hervé Télémaque

It seems miraculous that a country so blighted by slavery, dictatorship, epidemics, poverty and natural disasters should produce such original and (...)

Detail from Martin Gale’s  painting, ‘Inside Turlough Hill 2014’, one of a series of works commissioned by the ESB

There’s a curve in the road as you drive towards Dublin from Ballymore Eustace, the Co Kildare village where Martin Gale, one of Ireland’s leading (...)

Queen Elizabeth with major general David O’Morchoe: He has been widely praised for helping to ensure that Irish soldiers who fought with the British army, especially those who lost their lives in the two world wars, were remembered properly. Photograph: David Sleator

The Royal British Legion has become embroiled in an internal dispute after its Republic of Ireland district president, who accompanied Queen Elizabeth(...)

People involved in the British armed forces off to see Queen Elizabeth. “We are going because she is our patron. We’re not a unionist throw-off from the Republic.”  Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Pat Murray took the seven o’clock train from Cork to Dublin and now we were on the bus north to Coleraine. It is suggested that this is going to be(...)

Artist Patrick Scott. He was described by Minister for the Arts Jimmy Deenihan as “a guiding light in the Irish art world for many decades”

Patrick Scott was a founder member of Aosdána, the association of artists, and a Saoi in the organisation – the h(...)

Incoming chair of the Arts Council Sheila Pratschke  was most recently the director of the Centre Culturel Irlandais in Paris. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Sheila Pratschke is to be the new chair of the Arts Council, as announced yesterday by Minster for the Arts Jimmy Deenihan. She succeeds Pat Moylan, w(...)

  • « First
  • Prev
  • 1
  • 2