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 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 Ciara Kummert. National Gallery of Ireland Frederick William Burton: For the Love of Art An exhibition displaying works by the Irish born artist, most famous for his […]
By Ciara Kummert Culture Night is upon us once again but don’t fret over how you will decide between the stellar line up, The Bridge have you sorted […]
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 Ciara Kummert. National Gallery of Ireland Vermeer and the Masters of Genre Painting: Inspiration and Rivalry This exhibition explores the intricate network of relationships between Vermeer and Dutch genre painters of […]
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.
Ciara Kummert reviews the National Gallery’s exhibition At a Glance: Portraits by John Butler Yeats
Ciara Kummert reviews ‘Uniform: A Collaboration with Jackie Nickerson’ on at the National Gallery until 10 January 2016.