One of Eamonn Doyle’s photographs at the Arles exhibition.

Last summer in Arles, France, visitors were paying €12 to see the work of a Dublin-born artist at the oldest photography festival in the world. Lands(...)

David Farrell’s Easter Arbour Hill  (2012)

Before, During, After . . . Almost David Farrell Galleries II & III, Royal Hibernian Academy, Gallagher Gallery, Dublin ***** When the RH(...)

Detail from ‘Private James Graham, shot at 7:22am on December 21st, 1915, at a former abattoir in Pas-de-Calais’ by Chloe Dewe Mathews

Shot at Dawn – Chloe Dewe Mathews Imma, Dublin ***** The quintessential news photograph captures the moment and puts us right at the h(...)

Arts and human rights conference NUI Galway photography competition 2015. Winning submission by Maurice Gunning. Photographs from the series and book, ‘Family: Photographs and Stories from Five Romanian Families’.

States have a duty to ensure “diverging voices” are heard within every community, UN special rapporteur for cultural rights Farida Shaheed has said. S(...)

One of four adjoining, spacious lightboxes that form an extensive arena in My Mind’s I by Janet Mullarney

My Mind’s I – Janet Mullarney Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda *****   There’s a fleet-footed, magic realist character to Janet Mu(...)

The Other Cheek? by John Keane; Ulster Museum collection

The bronze woman has been flung on to her back by the force of the explosion: legs splayed, arms contorted, face obscured. Frozen in the eterna(...)

Gemma Tierney, art teacher in St Aidan’s Community College, Cork. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

The series Sectarian Murders by the Belfast photographer Paul Seawright, in 1988, placed news reports of violent events during the Troubles next to ph(...)