About the Irish Arts Review

The Irish Arts Review is a high-quality magazine that has enriched the visual arts in Ireland and has also been vital in raising the standards of the visual arts in Ireland.

The Irish Arts Review is the journal of Irish art and design. We are committed to supporting the work of Irish artists and to celebrating Ireland’s unique visual heritage.

The Irish Arts Review was founded in 1984 and provides a vital and respected connection between artist and audience. Each quarterly edition of the Irish Arts Review includes beautifully illustrated articles written by experts on Irish painting, sculpture, heritage, photography, design and architecture.

The Irish Arts Review Digital Archive preserves and makes available three decades of original writing on Irish visual culture.

Read Artists’ Views on the Irish Arts Review here

The Irish Arts Review receives funding from the Arts Council.

We are grateful for the support of the Office of Public Works.


Contact The Irish Arts Review

Irish Arts Review,
15 Harcourt Terrace,
Dublin 2, Ireland.
Company Reg: 8220576E
Tel: +353 1 676 6711
Fax: +353 1 676 6700

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Editor Brigid Mulcahy
Deputy Editor Susan Keating
Sub Editors Rose Comiskey
Art Director John Power
Office Manager Karen Johnston
Advertisement Manager Yvonne Smalley
Advertisement Account Manager Martin Sweeney
Production Manager Paula Ainscough
Advertisement Designer Donny Keane
Repro by Des Fry at Typeform
Printing by Nicholson & Bass



The Irish Arts Review Ltd. is committed to good governance and complies with all regulatory requirements in accordance with its governing document memorandum and articles of association. The Irish Arts Review is committed to complying with the principles of the Governance Code.
The Irish Arts Review Ltd. keeps detailed books and records of accounts and maintains strict financial controls. Financial statements for year ended 31 December 2017 were prepared by our auditors in accordance with the Companies Act 2014 and FRS102 and the recommended guidelines for financial reporting (SORP).

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