By Stacy Wrenn The absence of life is the most harrowing of the physical consequences of war, it directly contradicts our idea of a city. Buildings that were once […]
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 Ciara Kummert Isabel Nolan, Partial eclipse, mild steel, paint, fabric and dye. Credit: Kerlin Gallery As a five-year-old girl curious about the world around me, I remember trying to catch my […]
By Maia Mathieu Wading through the chaos of Friday evening in Temple Bar is an interesting prelude to the Gum Collective‘s one-night-only exhibition “Unexpected Item in the Bagging Area”. The […]
By Isabelle and David Nolan “Lucian Freud along with Francis Bacon were probably the greatest portrait painters of the twentieth century. The collection of 30 oil paintings and 20 works […]
On Tuesday October 11th, a unique exhibition opened in the Copper House gallery, Synge Street. The Someone You Love exhibition featured pieces by over 30 artists, all focused on the […]
Eleanor Hughes reviews The Ruins of Dublin, 1916 – A Photographic Record by Thomas Johnson Westropp.
Aislinn Irvine looks at The Moth, a quarterly Irish contemporary arts and literature magazine.
Ciara Kummert explores the National Gallery of Ireland’s little-known gem, the Friends Room.
Eleanor Hughes reviews Ib Jorgensen – A Fashion Retrospective which is at the National Museum of Ireland until May 2016.