|Highlights from the current edition|
Graffiti Artist Aches on Canvas Brigid Mulcahy comments on the first solo show by young graffitti artist Aches exhibiting with works on canvas.
Spatial dynamics In her delicate but precise sculpture, Nuala O’Donovan uses natural forms to synergise art and computer science, writes Mark Ewart
Then and Now The artist Fergus Martin tell Brian McAvera how a technique for improving teaching became an integral part of his art practice.
Modern Georgian James Howley celebrates the renovation of the Goethe institute and sees it as a model for future restorations of Georgian buildings.
Jump Medb Ruane contemplates Cléa van der Grijn’s touring exhibition that explores the fundamental themes of loss and mourning and their often redemptive qualities.
Finding Cottie Mary Cottenham Yeats’ archive in the NGI draws her out from the shadow of her more famous husband, Jack B Yeats, writes Rosemary Devereaux.
Doyle's Odyssesy Stephanie McBride examines the progression of Eamonn Doyles photographic odyssey from the public portraits of Dubliners to more personal elegaic work.
Harry Clarke and Artistic Visions of the New Irish State Margarita Cappock reviews a new anthology of essays on Harry Clarke