In her art, Deirdre Ronan reflects on the nature of relationships and her work with both the families of offenders and victims of child sexual abuse.
In this photo from a series, fine artist Eamonn Farrell aims to explore our relationship with the natural world and the man-made institutions around us.
With this work, the artist wants to make the reader to feel uncomfortable. “Hopefully the audience will fill in the reasons why I made it so raw and brash,” he says.
In this animated short, Damien O’Connor seeks to capture 60 years in the life of a Dublin doorman as he watches the city he loves change around him.
Artist Paul McGrane says he wants viewers to feel they have entered a fantastical realm of colour and movement. Click through for the full painting.
With this pop-art-esque work, artist Mark O Gorman aims to make you feel like “a person stuck behind a screen trolling through happy images on the internet”.
“It’s important that artworks come from an honest place, and this installation is my insides turned out,” writes Aoife Ward. The latest in our Curios About series on works by Dublin.
This designer-turned-illustrator’s work is inspired by “circus, burlesque artists and the glamour of drag queens”. It’s the latest in our series on works by contemporary Dublin artists.
The latest in our series on works by contemporary artists is a portrait by Ireland-based Korean artist Jung A Han. This is just a detail, click through to see the whole thing.
Inspired by emigration, artist Adelle Hickey’s work is meant to “create fragile atmospheres, perhaps to suggest that a . . . piece of us is constantly emerging or slowly ebbing away”.