This Brazilian conceptualist amplifies the potential for magic in everyday life.
Every good collection needs its share of iconic images and the Irish-born US-based paediatrician David Kronn has gathered several.
Barrie Cooke likes to paint “godbeams”, those bolts of sunshine that strike between gaps in the clouds….his nudes are messy and spread-eagled.
Since its foundation in 1991, IMMA has collected current work by living artists.
Although this superb exhibition celebrates Mexico’s most famous artist-couple, it is the iconic figure of Frida Kahlo that has been drawing the crowds to IMMA.
The Irish Museum of Modern Art is looking for help in locating three key paintings by the Irish artist Barrie Cooke.
Lynda Benglis’ art embraces contradiction: her solid puddles of poured pigment are carefully orchestrated accidents, her wall-mounted sculptures are about to take flight. She plays soft against hard, bonding male to female with tooled metallic pleats, folds and bows. Siren (1978) and Minos (1987) are vaguely sexual wedges, as though squashed into shape by thighs. [...]