You won’t find Michael Fortune’s colourful explorations of folklore in an art gallery – try the parish hall, handball alley or retirement home

Away with the fairies: Irish folklore is alive and weird

National Gallery of Ireland review – Dublin’s treasures breathe at last | Art and design | The Guardian

National Gallery of Ireland review – Dublin’s treasures breathe at last

Passing decades left this temple of culture heavily congested.

Jesse Jones' Venice Biennale diary: 'This matters'

It's a Wednesday afternoon in Venice and I am sitting in Paradiso Cafe watching boats drift across the Laguna.

Why are women artists hard to find in our ‘boy crazy’ museums and galleries?

A gender audit reveals a poor representation of women in some of our national cultural institutions

Women artists ‘reclaiming history we were written out of’

Women artists ‘reclaiming history we were written out of’

Kilkenny artist remembers Tuam babies in highly charged exhibition - Kilkenny People

Kilkenny artist remembers Tuam babies in highly charged exhibition - Kilkenny People

‘I was really interested in hairy ladies. The deviance’

‘I was really interested in hairy ladies. The deviance’

Why doesn’t the Terry Wogan statue work? Because he’s a celeb

Why doesn’t the Terry Wogan statue work? Because he’s a celeb

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

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

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