Eileen Gray

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Shelley McNamara and Yvonne Farrell of Grafton Architects. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara of Grafton Architects have scooped yet another prestigious award, but they remain as grounded as ever on a pass(...)

WB Yeats wanted to decolonise Irish art. Photograph: Hulton Archive/Getty Images

This article is part of the Irish Times Century project. For more on Ireland in 1922, click here. Between the death of the Irish Parliamentary Party (...)

Martin Mooney –  Cashel, Connemara Adam’s (€3,000-€5,000)

Adam’s of St Stephen’s Green, in conjunction with Suzanne MacDougald, formerly of Solomon Fine Art, will host a timed online sale of artworks to aid t(...)

Mulligan’s of Poolbeg Street: an old Dublin establishment with plenty of charm. Photograph Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

In my more than 25 years of writing Lonely Planet’s guide to Dublin, the one constant is that Dubliners have little more than a vague familiarity with(...)

Karan Casey’s I Walked into My Head, presented by Kilkenny Arts Festival. Photograph: Ste Murray

Who’d have thought, a year ago, that we’d now be in the midst of a second round of annual arts festivals severely restricted by Covid. There was a qui(...)

Eileen Gray’s E1027 seaside villa is now part of the Cap Martin site in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, a Unesco world heritage site.

An innovative exhibition of Irish artists and artisans will coincide with the public reopening of Eileen Gray’s E1027 villa next month in Roquebrune-C(...)

The LC4 Chair by Le Corbusier, €3,000- €5,000, de Vere’s

Mid-century furniture is having something of a renaissance, with house hunters searching for iconic pieces by designers such as Eames, Zanuso and Le C(...)

When Irish wool meets NYC: Rhyme Studio’s architectural visualisation, featuring the limited edition Fado Fado rug.

An Irish rug designer based in New York is on a pioneering mission to rescue Irish wool, which is currently in crisis because of a collapse in prices.(...)

Landscaped gardens

Trundling around in our lockdown hamster wheels, the days begin to look the same, as do the neighbourhoods and landmarks within our 5km perimeters. W(...)

Villa Santo Sospir,  where Jean Cocteau stayed and painted murals throughout. Photograph:  Marina Melia/Villa Santo Sospir DACS/Comit Cocteau

A new book exploring the houses of the world’s great artists is both fascinating and disappointing “For artists we’re never going to get to meet(...)

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