• Eddie Rafferty Main

    Eddie Rafferty: The Pursuit of Happiness

    South Africa's people and places are captured with colour and invention in this career-spanning showcase bringing intrigued masses to Banbridge

  • My Minds i

    Janet Mullarney: My Minds i

    Multi-disciplined artist confronts a gamut of emotions in a twisted fantasy of sculptures, shadows and illustrations at the F.E. McWilliam Gallery

  • FAM Review Main

    Future Artist-Makers: The Exhibition

    This exciting showcase of works created using new skills in digital technology titillates the imagination with its sense of eye-pleasing, interactive wonderment

  • MAC International Main

    MAC International

    With works by 18 artists from around the world, the biennial exhibition rewards its visitors with an experience as rich as its grand prize

  • Katrina Palmer Main

    The Three Stories Are Flattened

    Katrina Palmer challenges the notion of sculpture in a demanding yet enthralling exhibition which gradually makes its viewers participants

  • Gerard Dillon Ulster Museum

    Gerard Dillon: Painter, Dreamer, Clown

    The great Belfast artist's centenary retrospective will have you leaving the Ulster Museum with a spring in your step, expecting to fly

  • Art in the A.M.

    Art in the A.M.

    Naughton Gallery and Town Square café team up for a morning of coffee, conversation and soul-baring comic strips in the first of a stimulating new talk series

  • Pig Shop

    Pig Shop

    Anchored by the bygone boom of Limerick pork, Simon Fennessy Corcoran questions society's regard for living things with an arresting collection recalling Damien Hirst

  • Castle Coole Exhibition

    Collected Works at Castle Coole

    Spring showcase at the Fermanagh estate's unique new basement exhibition space highlights the area's breadth of artistic talent

  • Beyond Maps Main

    Beyond Maps and Atlases

    Bertien Van Manen unearths the spectral beauty of rural Ireland in a collection of photographs offering something new with every viewing

  • Eddie Rafferty Main

    Eddie Rafferty: The Pursuit of Happiness

    South Africa's people and places are captured with colour and invention in this career-spanning showcase bringing intrigued masses to Banbridge

  • My Minds i

    Janet Mullarney: My Minds i

    Multi-disciplined artist confronts a gamut of emotions in a twisted fantasy of sculptures, shadows and illustrations at the F.E. McWilliam Gallery

  • FAM Review Main

    Future Artist-Makers: The Exhibition

    This exciting showcase of works created using new skills in digital technology titillates the imagination with its sense of eye-pleasing, interactive wonderment

  • MAC International Main

    MAC International

    With works by 18 artists from around the world, the biennial exhibition rewards its visitors with an experience as rich as its grand prize

  • Enough and More Exhibition

    Enough, and More

    Jon Plunkett and wife Lindsay Turk explore the impact various naturally-occurring moments can have on our lives in a joint series of paintings and poems

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    David Hockney: I draw, I do

    Ireland's first exhibition of the influential artist's work is a fascinating insight into his life-long consistency and passion for getting the world down on paper

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    Late Night Art Digest: August 2016

    John Higgins takes a tour of studios and spaces across Belfast to drink in some of the key exhibitions currently on display

  • Katrina Palmer Main

    The Three Stories Are Flattened

    Katrina Palmer challenges the notion of sculpture in a demanding yet enthralling exhibition which gradually makes its viewers participants

  • Gerard Dillon Ulster Museum

    Gerard Dillon: Painter, Dreamer, Clown

    The great Belfast artist's centenary retrospective will have you leaving the Ulster Museum with a spring in your step, expecting to fly

  • Art in the A.M.

    Art in the A.M.

    Naughton Gallery and Town Square café team up for a morning of coffee, conversation and soul-baring comic strips in the first of a stimulating new talk series

  • Pig Shop

    Pig Shop

    Anchored by the bygone boom of Limerick pork, Simon Fennessy Corcoran questions society's regard for living things with an arresting collection recalling Damien Hirst

  • Castle Coole Exhibition

    Collected Works at Castle Coole

    Spring showcase at the Fermanagh estate's unique new basement exhibition space highlights the area's breadth of artistic talent

  • Beyond Maps Main

    Beyond Maps and Atlases

    Bertien Van Manen unearths the spectral beauty of rural Ireland in a collection of photographs offering something new with every viewing

  • Spring Exhibitions at The MAC 2016

    Spring Exhibitions at The MAC

    Emma Patterson takes in a triumvirate of international collections the Belfast arts venue has brought to Northern Ireland for the first time

  • Maskparade Vincent McDonnell

    MASKparade

    Vincent McDonnell's unusual exhibition re-writes Enniskillen's past from under the guise of a biblical discovery

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    This Place

    Felix Gonzalez-Torres' mournful works find a new context while encouraging public participation in The MAC's posthumous exhibition

  • The Last Travelogue of Albert Sitzfleisch

    Out There, Thataway

    Derry's Centre for Contemporary Art blurs the line between the physical and mental and the difficult and playful in Star Trek-inspired group show

  • I will go there, take me home, The MAC, Belfast

    I Will Go There, Take Me Home

    Curated by Derry's Gregory McCartney, The MAC’s latest group exhibition challenges visitors to consider the dangers of ignoring new political, social and economic realities

  • Belfast Exposed

    Belfast Exposed Archive Prompts Complementary Exhibitions

    Works by Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin reveal how different artists interpret the photography archive in radically different ways

  • The Belonging Project

    The Belonging Project

    Photographer Laurence Gibson's staged portraits of migrants living in Northern Ireland are full of humanity but frustratingly inaccessible to anyone without a smartphone

  • Brian Kielt

    Alternate State / Alternative States

    Poets Colin Dardis and Geraldine O'Kane interpret the work of artist Brian Kielt in an exciting and refreshingly challenging exhibition at the Duncairn Centre

  • Crooked Rain

    Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain

    Group show in Derry's Centre for Contemporary Art, named after the 1994 Pavement album, features a range of works inspired by nature and marked by lush weirdness

  • 'The Last Tiger'

    John Gledhill and Samuel Irwin

    Painter and poet collaborate on multimedia exhibition at Strule Arts Centre revealing a shared concern for natural history and conservation and fascination with City life

  • Mark Healy

    Snaring Bewildered Birds

    Graduate artist Mark Healy satirises world leaders on tracing paper at Enniskillen's Higher Bridges Gallery

  • Lisa Gingles

    Myths, Memories and Mentiras

    Lisa Gingles uses collage and pencil to explore issues of beauty with a fantastical exhibition at the Waterfront Hall

  • The Art of Superstition

    The Art of Superstition

    A range of Illustrators approach the brief with Python-esque wit, skill and vision at Ards Art Centre

  • Agloe

    Agloe

    Sara Morrison creates a visual history of a dead town at the new Framewerk gallery

  • Nomad Kyrgyz People

    Turkish academic Yavuz Ozer reveals a fascinating insight into the lives of Central Asia's nomads

  • Exploring Spaces

    Group show at the Roe Valley Arts Centre inspires new perspectives

  • A New Chapter

    Former female prisoners open their hearts with hand bound book exhibition at the Linen Hall Library

  • Civil Rights

    Void's timely and pertinent exhibition shows that racial equality is yet but a dream in modern America

  • MAC International

    Joanne Savage appreciates flashes of brilliance at The MAC but hopes for greater thrills in future

  • World Press Photo

    Famine, war, family and more – Belfast hosts the international photojournalist exhibit for the first time

  • From Bolshoi to Belfast

    The evolving aesthetics of Russian theatre revealed at Crumlin Road Gaol

  • Royal Ulster Academy

    After 133 years, the annual exhibit of art by members and non-members continues to astonish

  • Make Every Show...

    Endlessly inventive conceptual artist Ryan Gander exhibits in Derry~Londonderry

  • Ulster Society of Women Artists

    Lisburn's Island Arts Centre hosts annual mixed media exhibition

  • Doppelgänger

    Peter Liversidge's Symbolist exhibition at The MAC is a psychosexual Where's Wally?

  • Crossing the Water

    Jeffrey Morgan exhibits 40 years' worth of canvases capturing his wife, author Patricia Craig, in thought

  • The Starry Messenger

    Derry's Void gallery exhibits a cross-section of video works shot on 16mm film

  • Beyond Measure

    Concepts of time and space inspire a range of artists including Patrick Pye at the Strule Arts Centre

  • Magic Touch

    Five artists explore how technology impacts on creativity at the Centre for Contemporary Art

  • Where Are They Now?

    Bill Kirk traces the trajectory of Belfast residents originally photographed in the 1970s and 80s

  • Laoch Na Laochra

    Dara Vallely and Réamonn Ó Ciaráin tell the story of the warrior king Cú Chulainn at Ulster Museum

  • Arts Council Crafts

    Enniskillen's Higher Bridges Gallery displays works from the ACNI Acquisitions Collection of Applied Art

  • Hidden Agenda

    Subversion and irony abound in works from the Crafts Council collection by Grayson Perry and others

  • Year Zero

    University of Ulster undergraduates exhibit glimpses of their artistic vision at SpaceCraft

  • Palimpsest

    An inventive contemporary musing on the fraught nexus between past and present at the Golden Thread Gallery

  • Where There Are People

    Eamon O'Kane uses a derelict greenhouse in Denmark as a metaphor for man's desire to tame nature

  • Hung by the Hawthorn

    Miriam de Búrca exposes societal divisions using folklore, draftsmanship and installation in Enniskillen

  • Kin

    Richard Gorman's meaningless abstract paintings with a Japanese bent leave Joanne Savage flabbergasted

  • NI Night

    Former fabric designer Kevin Collins paints a 'delicate and luminous' version of Northern Ireland under the stars

  • Idir Dhá Aigne

    Michael Doherty and John Stewart present two very different visions of Belfast at An Culturlann

  • Curious Beasts

    John Higgins visits the Ulster Museum as an unusual collection from the British Museum packs up for Hull

  • Art of the Troubles

    Jane Hardy considers the role of art in our understanding of man's inhumanity to man

  • The Lost & Found Office

    Jenny Cathcart visit Seamus Dunbar's immersive exhibition at the Higher Bridges Gallery

  • Abstract Armature

    Simon McWilliams focuses on Belfast's architectural rebirth in his first show in the city for two decades

  • Babochka

    Multifarious objects and marvellous minutiae fill the Higher Bridges Gallery in Enniskillen in memory of the Chernobyl disaster

  • Kara Walker

    Californian multi-disciplinary artist confronts American slave history with this endlessly inventive exhibition at The MAC

  • The Glass Album

    Contemporary artists respond to the 19th century documentary and forensic work of James Glass

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