Reflection (Self Portrait) by Lucian Freud: his works, on loan from private collections, will be presented in a dedicated Freud Centre in Imma’s  Garden Galleries for five years.

Minister for Arts Heather Humphreys has announced a grant of €371,000 to the Irish Museum of Modern Art (Imma) to carry out improvement works at the R(...)

A still from Our Kind by Alan Phelan

John Lavery’s High Treason: The Appeal of Roger Casement. The Court of Criminal Appeal, 17 and 18 July 1916 is monumental in scale. It is an extraord(...)

Denis O’Brien:  ‘Sunday Independent’ coverage had been more negative towards him. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Independent News & Media-owned newspapers showed a different emphasis from other Irish titles when covering stories about the Moriarty tribunal re(...)

Innovative: from No Colouring Can Deepen the Darkness of Truth, part of Alanna O’Kelly’s mixed-media installation The Country Blooms, a Garden and a Grave

The Glen Dimplex Artists Award was presented for the first time in 1994. The first winner, chosen from a strong panel by an international jury, was Al(...)

Basil Bradshaw’s ‘Headland 2’

Paintings by Basil Blackshaw will go under the hammer at auction in Dublin next week for the first time since the artist’s death earlier this month. (...)

Simon Fujiwara’s  The Humanizer, which is at the Irish Museum of Modern Art until August 28th.  Photograph: Ruth Medjber/Ruthless Imagery

On this week’s show, we discuss the new Assassin’s Creed film with one of its writer Michael Lesslie. Together with artist Simon Fujiwara, Lesslie has(...)

Untitled: Philippe VACHER was   filmed in an actual operating theatre, and  shows the French actor falling forward onto a surgical cart littered with medicine bottles and medical devices. Photograph © James Coleman

In Ulysses, James Joyce’s character Stephen Dedalus famously contemplates the “ineluctable modality of the visible”: the idea that we never see thing(...)

Kassim by the Sea (1978). Copyright the artist’s estate

De Profundis – Patrick Hennessy Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin ★★★★ In 1934 the Scottish artist Edward Baird painted an untypical work as a wed(...)

The Museum of Decorative Arts and History at Collins Barracks in Dublin was closed on Good Friday, but will open on Easter Monday. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

A number of bewildered tourists - and quite a few Irish people - were forced to change their plans for a 1916-related museum visit when they arrived o(...)

Catherine Hammond painting.

MONDAY McKenna’s Fort The New Theatre, Dublin. Previews Mar 21-22. Opens Mar 21-Apr 2 7.30pm €16/€12.50 With the centenary of the(...)

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