Willie Doherty

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Ruairí O’Doherty, manager, Border Stores, Killea, Co Donegal. Photograph: Freya McClements

When attempting to walk the Irish Border, the first challenge is finding it. I trample through chest-high grass along Lough Foyle, forging a path tow(...)

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-(...)

Detail from Lacken Series: Cowslips, 2016 by Patrick Graham

Patrick Graham: Lullaby Luan Gallery, Athlone ★★★★★ To paraphrase Paul Valéry: God made the world out of nothing, but the nothing shows through. I(...)

True Nature: five big screens, arranged so they cannot all be viewed at the same time, combine scenes of urban Chicago with shots of rugged Irish landscapes, medieval ruins and crashing waves. Photograph courtesy The Renaissance Society

‘Everything was going well. He could not accept this, as he was afraid that someone would eventually discover the truth about him . . . his true natu(...)

Jane Prophet’s artworks Second Skin: Straitjacket & Parka in the exhibition Trauma at the Science Gallery, Dublin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Here’s an exercise in empathy: the next time you’re dealing with someone who is a little off, or maybe downright rude, try to imagine what’s going (...)

Echt by Bedwyr Williams

Echt – Bedwyr Williams **** AIB Éigse Open Submission 2015 **** Post-Electric: Gimme More; Exchange; and Database ***** Visual, Carl(...)

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(...)

Still from Giant (2013) by Salla Tykkä

Mac International 2014 Exhibition of 24 shortlisted projects by Mairéad McClean, Andrew Cranston, Zimoun, Jordan Baseman, Darek Fortas, Harri (...)

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(...)

The burning car of Willie Doherty’s ‘Remains’ might indicate the obliteration of evidence but is also symbolic of perpetuity

Last year’s impressive, compact retrospective of the work of Willie Doherty as part of Derry’s City of Culture programme included a new 15-minu(...)

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