• The Glass Album

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

  • Faraway, So Near...

    Video artist Anna Konik juxtaposes images and messages of hope and despair at Void

  • Hello Belfast

    The John Hewitt hosts Clinton Kirkpatrick's bold vision of the city as a particoloured land of giants

  • Nicholas Keogh

    Household objects become whimsical instruments at the Golden Thread Gallery

  • ProductionCCA

    Dorothy Hunter and Neil Clements explore the hinterland between conflict and resolution at the Centre for Contemporary Art

  • Lifelines and Deadlines

    Veteran satirical cartoonist Ian Knox takes Northern Ireland's politicians to task in the Crescent Arts Centre

  • Colin Davidson

    President of the Royal Ulster Academy on painting portraits of Seamus Heaney and other cultural stars

  • Bones Don't Rest Easy

    A pop-up gallery in Derry~Londonderry hosts sculptural work by the Cut Cast Quartet

  • Collective Histories

    20 years of work produced under the Catalyst Arts banner is showcased at the Golden Thread Gallery

  • Precious Cargo

    London Street Gallery hosts works from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland's Acquisitions Collection

  • Momentous Times

    Derry~Londonderry's Centre for Contemporary Art elicits some purposeful enquiry on art and labour

  • Grayson Perry

    The Turner Prize winner delivers the annual Reith Lecture for BBC Radio 4 in Derry~Londonderry's Guildhall


    John Higgins joins the 'reactors' at an open discussion on the 2013 Turner Prize nominees

  • Upon Reflection

    With Fermanagh Live festival on the horizon, Richard Pierce looks back on a career in the arts


    Willie Doherty's flagship City of Culture exhibition captures his native Derry~Londonderry in all its stark glory

  • Psychic Driving

    Nine artists explore the notion of obsession with various video art installations at Golden Thread Gallery

  • Root

    Multimedia artist Anushiya Sundaralingam uses the Sri Lankan banyan tree as a metaphor for the human experience

  • A Man For All Mediums

    London Street Gallery host a comprehensive retrospective of work by artist Éamonn O'Doherty

  • Between the Words

    Colin Davidson's series of artist portraits go on display in the Naughton Gallery at Queen's

  • Art in the Eastside

    John Higgins buys an expensive bus ticket to explore the billboards of east Belfast

  • Belfast Hills

    Catherine McWilliams shows the romance and reality of Cave Hill and Black Mountain at the Gerard Dillon Gallery

  • Between Two Worlds

    This exhibition of abstract expressionist paintings at the FE McWilliam Gallery is 'uplifting to behold'

  • Partition

    Void gallery in Derry~Londonderry invite an array of theorists, curators and artists to fill a space – or not

  • The Last of a Species

    Extinction is a constant threat in Limerick painter Robert Ryan's 'huge and uncaring world'

  • The Air They Capture is Different

    Sculptural exhibition in The MAC is 'subtle to the point of obfuscation', but Lothar Götz's mural saves the day

  • Deep Time

    Seacourt Print Workshop artists take inspiration from the Ulster Museum's geological collections for August Craft Month

  • Train Stop

    Is Cian Donnelly's performance piece at the Golden Thread Gallery 'horrible and frightening' or downright hilarious?

  • Reflections on Costume

    Joanne Savage considers how 'body fascism keeps women worrying' after a visit to the Ulster Museum

  • Voyage

    Sculptures and paintings by Maurice Harron and Brian Ferran are perfectly placed in the London Street Gallery

  • Q-Con XX

    Peter McCaughan visits the annual gaming event at Queen's University

  • ForM

    Bangor Castle Walled Garden is invaded by an army of unusual sculptures in this hands-on exhibition

  • Picturing Derry

    This 'comprehensive and enthralling' photographic exhibition shows how Derry~Londonderry was affected by the Troubles

  • Texaco Children’s Art Competition

    Derry~Londonderry's Gordon Gallery hosts a stunning exhibition of art works by 126 young people

  • 30 years of Photography

    Belfast Exposed and The MAC show how fine art photographers have captured Northern Ireland

  • Catholic Blood

    Derry~Londonderry's Void gallery hosts Russian Andrei Molodkin's controversial exhibition until June 28

  • AJ Small Projects

    A small-scale yet undeniably interesting little exhibition at Belfast's PLACE architecture centre

  • Alive For Your Pleasure

    Zerelda Sinclair and Andrea Blood, aka The Girls, bring the macabre to the Naughton Gallery at Queen's

  • The Other North

    Life in Northern Ireland is 'the same, but different' in Jesse Jones' video work, currently on show Derry~Londonderry

  • Laura Morrison / Maite Zabala

    Derry~Londonderry's Void gallery invites two artists to use their space, or not, as they wish

  • Easter Expo

    Easter Expo

    Enniskillen's Higher Bridges Gallery hosts work by 50 artists from across Ireland and beyond

  • Important Irish Art

    Bangor's Ava Gallery hosts a series of classic works before they're auctioned in Dublin

  • The Art of William Simpson

    The renowned comic book artist exhibits storyboards and conceptual art from the Game of Thrones series at W5

  • Andy Warhol at The MAC

    A 'beautifully put together' retrospective of the pop artist's work cements The MAC's place as Northern Ireland's finest

  • A Natural Order

    Lucas Foglia meets America's naturalists, who have embraced modern technology in their search for utopia

  • Him + Her

    Candice Breitz considers how media images shape our behaviour in this 'intricate, complex and exciting show' in the Void gallery in Derry~Londonderry

  • All Ireland Group Show

    The Gordon Gallery in Derry~Londonderry mounts its first exhibition of the City of Culture year, featuring a 'stunning' array of works

  • Dídean/Home

    The homeless seek shelter, warmth and nourishment 'as the guts of the anonymous city rot' around them in Eoin Mac Lochlainn's latest exhibition

  • The Shadow of a Doubt

    Multi-disciplinary artist Sandra Johnston poses more questions than she provides answers with an intriguing exhibition at the Golden Thread Gallery

  • Belfast Retrospective

    The 'hardiness and wit' of Belfast's inhabitants comes across in this collection of harrowing and hilarious photographs at Belfast Exposed

  • A Contemporary Sublime

    Photographer Mary McIntyre finds beauty in the most desolate of rural landscapes in a comprehensive exhibition at The MAC

  • Gone to Seed

    Belfast artist Claire Morgan's stunning installation at The MAC, on show until January 2013, elevates the Sunken Gallery to new heights

  • Everyday Selves

    Social media and ideas of domesticity are timely themes for the photographers currently featured at Belfast Exposed

  • Imaginary Places

    Once the most expensive living painter, Peter Doig's 'difficult and complicated' paintings brighten up The MAC

  • Trace and Transfer

    Family artifacts recovered from an empty property provide inspiration for Omagh artist Claire McLaughlin

  • RUA Exhibition

    The Royal Ulster Academy's 131st annual showcase is a joyous compendium of Northern Irish talent

  • This Moment

    John McSorley remains preoccupied with ethereal landscapes, but includes a rare self portrait in this exhibition for the Belfast Festival

  • The Light of Other Days

    Jim Maginn's compendium of traditional and folk musicians 'captures the dignity of those who still make music'

  • The Winding Banks of the Erne

    Writers Marion Maxwell and Brian Gallagher use multi-media to tell the story of watery Fermanagh

  • Memory, Imagination and Myth

    A diverse range of work by artists including Gerard Dillon and Comhgall Casey showcases a century of Irish art

  • Important Irish Art

    Adam's Auctioneers showcase masterworks in Bangor before raising the gavel in Dublin, where a le Brocquy sold for €320,000