Michael Warren

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Cecily Brennan, Melancholia, 2005, Video. Collection Irish Museum of Modern Art

Never mind the pandemic; as the Irish Museum of Modern Art (Imma) marks its 30th birthday, it is a tricky time for museums the world over. What, after(...)

Garrett O’Hagan with the chair he has designed  in conjunction with Alex Guflev, an Italian designer based in Vienna. It’s called Aran. Photograph: Alan Betson

Garrett O’Hagan has been long associated with bringing modern international furniture to Ireland. His interest in design grew from an early age, when (...)

Town, Country, People (1985-86) by Locky Morris

Two Birds/One Stone – Various artists Farmleigh Gallery, Dublin ★★★★ Two Birds/One Stone concludes with Albanian artist Adrian Paci’s memorable vi(...)

The Great Wall of Kinsale by Eilis O’Connell was controversial in Ireland but won her credit in the UK and led to many commissions for large-scale work there

When, in an interview in 1999, Eilís O’Connell said that “the whole field of public art” was more developed in England, and much more progressive the(...)

Public sculpture is always divisive, and it tends to be even more so when it’s very large. For some years now, there has been a long-running scrap goi(...)

Michael Warren’s sculpture Angel Negro, on show  in the dlr LexIcon  in Dún Laoghaire, Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

A controversial sculpture which occupied a prominent site in Dún Laoghaire, Co Dublin, has been returned to the artist in exchange for an alternativ(...)

Michael Warren was rushed by ambulance to the Midlands Regional Hospital in Mullingar where he was being treated for his injuries. He passed away in hospital early on Tuesday. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

There was a sombre mood at a midlands school on Wednesday as Leaving Cert students arrived to collect their results. Michael Warren (18), who in June (...)

Detail from Narciso by Sandro Chia

Meraviglia (Marvel) Three artists: Sandro Chia, Enzo Cucchi and Michael Warren Hillsboro Fine Art, Dublin ***** The trio of tale(...)

The 20-foot sculpture that was removed from its position near the Pavilion Theatre in Dún Laoghaire and placed in storage. Photograph: Frank Miller

A controversial sculpture “temporarily” removed from its location in Dublin more than four years ago has still not found a new home.Michael Warren, th(...)

A detail from Cartoonist, City, Winter by Una Sealy

The Royal Hibernian Academy was founded in 1823 and it has experienced some tricky moments in its subsequent history. On occasion, its very survival h(...)