By Lucie de Rondeau Noyer Since the label “outsider art” was coined in 1972 by art critic Roger Cardinal, it is generally agreed that such a category is […]
By Ciara Kummert It seems incredibly contradictory that an artist living in the nineteenth and twentieth century would have painted portraits for both the aristocracy while also being […]
By Maia Mathieu You know her unibrow, even if you don’t know her art. Since celebrities like Madonna discovered her art in the early nineties, Frida Kahlo has become a […]
By Will Abbott Francisco Goya (1746-1828) is considered to be the most important Spanish painter of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries for his contribution to commentarial art – the summa […]
By Oisin Vince Coulter In the early hours of the 14 June 2017, a fire engulfed Grenfell Tower in London. This fire resulted in an estimated 80 deaths and […]
By Alexandra Day. Babies aren’t inherently unpleasant looking beings. Sure, some might look a little wrinkly or bruised at first, but overall these little people are not known for their […]
Eleanor Hughes reviews The Ruins of Dublin, 1916 – A Photographic Record by Thomas Johnson Westropp.
Ciara Kummert explores the influence behind Robert Ballagh’s pop-art painting, The Third of May After Goya at the Hugh Lane Gallery.
Ciara Kummert explores the National Gallery of Ireland’s little-known gem, the Friends Room.
Liz Stewart explores Sandycove’s 19th century martello tower – home to the James Joyce Museum.