By Ciara Kummert The Hugh Lane Amanda Dunsmore: Keeper The exhibition marks 20-years since the Belfast/ Good Friday agreement. Dunsmore looks at social and political issues in Northern Ireland […]
By Stacey Wrenn This title may sound like an oxymoron upon first glance, how can you have a newer version of something that’s entire basis is in the past? What […]
By Sulla Montes I firmly believe that there will come a time when the old-fashioned pencil sketches on tracing paper will be completely replaced with computer-aided architectural design […]
By Fiona McLoone The giant billboards and moving visual displays we are confronted with on the streets of Dublin are very dependent on both digital printing and vinyl […]
By David Boyd During the twentieth century, artworks had the ability to mobilise audiences behind political ideologies, and some of the most progressive developments in the use of […]
Aislinn Irvine looks at The Moth, a quarterly Irish contemporary arts and literature magazine.
Eleanor Hughes reviews Ib Jorgensen – A Fashion Retrospective which is at the National Museum of Ireland until May 2016.
The Wiener Werkstätte was founded in Vienna in 1903 by architect Josef Hoffman and artist Koloman Moser. An association of design workshops, it is comparable to the British Arts and […]