A detail from Lakeside, by Kevin Cosgrove from his exhibition A Peening Sound. Image courtesy of the artist and Mother’s Tankstation
Your favourite artwork from 2016
  • Books
  • January 9, 2017, 14:30

At the end of our series Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks we had a collection of books, plays, paintings, sculptures and other artworks that gave a pott(...)

Aideen Barry’s Not to be Known: a single channel performative film from 2015

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Neil Carroll’s How Many Is a Million? from the exhibition What Is and What Might Be at Highlanes Gallery

What Is and What Might Be – Ten contemporary painters Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda **** The Drogheda Arts Festival has been and gone bu(...)

From Joe Wilson’s book ‘Into the Mountains: Images from the Twelve Bens’

Occasional Press was established by artists David Lilburn and Jim Savage with the aim of doing art-related publishing projects that particularly ap(...)

Glenswilly’s Michael Murphy fires home his side’s second goal against Roslea at Healy Park. Photograph: Andrew Paton/Presseye/Inpho

Glenswilly 3-9 Roslea 2-8: Glenswilly, a tiny club founded just 31 years ago in the heart of Donegal, are on the verge of creating a momentous piece o(...)

Glenswilly’s Michael Murphy fires home his side’s second goal against Roslea at Healy Park. Photo: Andrew Paton/Presseye/Inpho

Glenswilly 3-9 Roslea 2-8: Glenswilly, a tiny club founded just 31 years ago in the heart of Donegal, are on the verge of creating a momentous piece o(...)