Edward Hopper

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Part two, F**k Anyone Who’s Not a Sea Blob, turns to Jules (Hunter Schafer)

HBO’s coming-of-age drama Euphoria is a shocking, unnerving and often mesmerising journey into the dark side of adolescence. Among its eye-popping mom(...)

Painting Dublin: detail from Winetavern Street, 1934, by Harry Kernoff; The Fishmarket, Patrick Street, 1893 by Walter Frederick Osborne; The Leinster Market, c.1915, by  Estella Frances Solomons,

Before now, emphasis was placed on rural landscape and western seaboard in Irish art. KATHRYN MILIGAN'S book has taken a different approach Art (...)

The digital divide refers to the gap between those who have access to computers and the internet, and those with limited or no access. Photograph: Getty

A painting of a woman using an iPad and a vase depicting children dreaming of computers. Both are historical objects with a contemporary twist highlig(...)

Technicians handle Banksy’s Show me the Monet, a reimagining of Claude Monet’s water lilies, at Sotheby’s in central London.  Photograph:  Jonathan Brady/PA

Banksy’s reimagining of Claude Monet’s Impressionist water lilies has fetched more than £7.5 million at auction, easily surpassing expectations. Show(...)

One of  Jeanette Lowe’s pictures exploring   Dublin inner-city street scenes. Photograph: Jeanette Lowe

Culture Night 2020 is already a memory but Berlin-based Candice Gordon, rock singer turned Ireland’s first full-time cultural officer for the Departme(...)

Pillow Talk:  the developing romance between Doris Day and Rock Hudson’s characters is presented using split screen framings while they’re technically only talking on the phone.

An increased reliance on screens is one of the notable consequences of Covid-19 for the general population. Alongside social distancing and restrictio(...)

Morning Sun by American artist Edward Hopper.

I’m sitting in the window of This Must be the Place waiting for my veggie breakfast on a sun-drenched summer’s morning. It is chaos here in the wild (...)

The Irishman: Al Pacino – astonishingly, making his debut in the Scorsese wheelhouse – and Robert De Niro

Golly. Look at the shots of Robert De Niro as a young man. They must have taken those when The Irishman began shooting, in 1988. It’s the Boyhood of g(...)

Vilhelm Hammershøi’s Three Young Women (1895).

In Vilhelm Hammershøi’s lifetime (1864-1916), art changed arguably more than in all previous centuries combined, evolving from impressionism to post-i(...)

Wolfgang Tillmans: ‘Doubting and questioning are not counterproductive but really positive.’ Photograph: Alex Welsh/New York Times

In 2016, Wolfgang Tillmans launched a pro-EU campaign that included a collection of posters and print-at-home T-shirt designs emblazoned with pointed (...)

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