Veterans attend a parade in Lisburn at a memorial event organised by the Northern Ireland Veterans Association on Saturday to mark the 50th anniversary of the start of Operation Banner, the arrival of British troops onto the streets of Northern Ireland, in 1969. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP/Getty

Thousands of people have gathered at a commemorative event in Lisburn to mark the 50th anniversary of British troops being deployed in Northern Irelan(...)

Tony Oursler’s Imponderable explores the occult in a sprawling show at MoMA that takes in Arthur Conan Doyle, Harry Houdini and a cast of mediums, ghosts and spirits

On a recent trip to Munich I was transported by the collection of works by the Blue Rider group at the Lenbachhaus. The artists, which included Wassil(...)

Matt Packer, the new director of EVA International. Photograph: Deirdre Power

The curator and writer Matt Packer has been appointed as successor to Woodrow Kernohan as director of EVA International, Ireland’s biennial exhibition(...)

What Is An Apparatus? (2016-2017) (Still) by Sean Lynch. Courtesy the artist, Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin, and Ronchini Gallery, London

Sean Lynch: Two new bodies of work Douglas Hyde Gallery, Trinity College Dublin ★★★★★ Visit the DHG and you might think that this haven of contempo(...)

Barbara Knezevic: Exquisite Tempo Sector

Josef Sudek: Photographs (Gallery 1) Douglas Hyde Gallery, Trinity College Dublin ***** In his third year of military service during the first Worl(...)

Untitled Gauze Painting by Kohei Nakata

Four perspectives on contemporary Irish art, as selected by Brian Duggan, Sarah Glennie, Jenny Haughton and Declan Long. Pallas Projects Gallery, 115-(...)

In Life (i) (2016) by Caoimhe Kilfeather

Season and Evening and Weather and History – Caoimhe Kilfeather (Gallery 1)  Turkmen and Uzbek Children’s Clothes (Gallery 2) Douglas Hyde Galle(...)

Seanie Barron on his sticks: “I don’t know is it art or not, only that I like doing it”

Seanie Barron makes walking sticks, a habit he acquired while herding cattle to market as a boy, when he would whittle down a stick to help him alo(...)

Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm and his wife Lorraine Drumm depart after closing arguments of his US bankruptcy court trial. Photograph: Josh Reynolds for The Irish Times

Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm showed “disdain, unquestionable recklessness and indifference” to US bankruptcy rules, the final d(...)

Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm kisses his wife Lorraine before heading into the third day of his trial in US bankruptcy court in Boston. Photograph: Josh Reynolds

Each day, David Drumm drove up to the John W McCormack post office and courthouse in downtown Boston in a black Jeep Cherokee, emerged from the driver(...)

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