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Friday 1 December 2023 Dublin: 2°C

# Gallery

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What will an art gallery or museum visit be like once they open their doors?
Some galleries are trying to make the experience as normal as possible.
'It means a huge amount to us as parents': How buying this Incognito artwork can help children in need
You won’t know whose picture you have – amateur or world famous professional – until after the purchase, but all proceeds go to the Jack and Jill foundation.
City Assembly House has been restored - and is recreating an 18th-century art exhibition
The ambitious exhibition will see works not seen in decades go on display to the public.
From volcanoes to drones: Nat Geo's travel photo contest opens for entries
The three categories are Cities, Nature and People.
This charity is selling thousands of artworks for €50 each - some are by world-famous names
The catch: you won’t know whose picture you have – amatuer or world famous professional – until after the purchase.
It's Sunday so here are 10 of our favourite images from the sporting week
All the sporting action from a different angle.
Snap happy! President Michael D Higgins presents the Ireland side with their jerseys
Bring it.
It's Sunday so here are 10 of our favourite images from the sporting week
Here’s how the last seven sporting days looked through a lens.
Some of the best shots from yesterday's Red Bull Cliff Diving on stunning Inis Mór
Impressive stuff.
10 of the best pictures from Eden Park as the Lions are defeated by the All Blacks
The Lions were brought back down to earth with a 30-15 defeat in Auckland.
'My old teammates will be slagging me on WhatsApp': Portrait of Henry Shefflin unveiled
King Henry has been immortalised.
It's Sunday so here are 10 of our favourite sports pics from the past week
These are the sporting images that have caught our eye over the past seven days.
It's Sunday so here are 10 of our favourite sports pics from the past week
These are the sporting images that have caught our eye over the past seven days.
Pictures: New online archive gives public access to Dublin's visual history
Dublin City Council have published their archives online, in the hope it would help members of the public access records they need.
Belonging and Community: These 10 photographs show Ireland's values and priorities
The photographs were taken as part of a nationwide study.
This kid tripped in an art gallery and punched a hole in a €1.3million painting
Oh, I’ll just walk past this paNOOOOOOOOO.
13 of our favourite images from this year's Open at St. Andrews
It was a fantastic five days of golf.
In pics: Paul O'Connell and the Ireland squad trained at the Aviva today
We’ve rounded up the best photos from the open session in Dublin.
Remembering the 2014 World Cup -- in pictures
Some called it the best World Cup ever. It certainly produced some stunning pictures.
In pics: Ireland score six second-half tries to thump Georgia
Relive this afternoon’s action as Joe Schmidt’s side made it two wins from two this month.
Joe Schmidt and the Ireland team visited Temple Street Children's Hospital
The Kiwi coach and a group of his players met some of the kids this evening.
In pics: Ireland's brilliant win over South Africa
Relive a superb night at the Aviva Stadium as the Boks were put to the sword.
It's Arsene Wenger's 65th birthday today so here are 12 of his best photos
From the unbridled joy of winning his first domestic trophy to the despair of that long-running drought.
This Temple Bar lane is going to be turned into an open-air art gallery
The Love the Lanes project will see artists creating works which will hang at Crampton Court throughout August.
World War 1 in colour: Have a look at these restored photos from the trenches
The Open University has ‘colourised’ some photos from the time.
Dowcha boy, net busters and the rest of our favourite images from Sunday's GAA action
It was a stunning day of action across both codes.
This painting is an optical illusion and will make your brain hurt
It’s moving, it’s definitely moving.
€10m Monet painting damaged in 2012 incident goes back on display this morning
Experts have been working painstakingly to restore the painting for the past 18 months.
Unseen photos show the devastation caused by the IRA's 1996 Manchester bomb
The bomb was the second largest to ever have exploded in Britain.
Pics: Neighbourhoods left in ruins after tornadoes rip through the United States
More than a dozen people have so far been killed by the storms.
Pics: Spiderman, an Ewok and some impressive hairdos...the MCM Ireland Comic Con
The horse show it wasn’t at the RDS today.
20 of our favourite images from today's GAA action
Featuring images from the National Hurling League and M Donnelly Interprovincial football semi-finals.
Portraits of Bob and BOD now hang on the walls of the National Gallery of Ireland
The photographic portraits of Bob Geldof, Brian O’Driscoll and actor and writer Olwen Fouéré are part of the gallery’s ‘New Portraits’ display.
Pictures: Funeral Mass for Fr Alec Reid held in Belfast
Former President Mary McAleese was one of those who spoke at Fr. Reid’s funeral this afternoon.
Gallery: GOAL prepares 40 tonnes of aid for the Philippines as Pope leads prayers
GOAL has said that the humanitarian situation caused by Typhoon Haiyan is as bad as anything it had encountered in its 36 year history.
Australian rugby stars have 'Skype date' with Alessandro Del Piero
Wallaby captain Ben Mowen looked rapt during his video conference with the Italian football star.
Five ways to make the most of Culture Night
Getting out and about on Culture Night? Here’s how to make sure it’s a great one.
Police seize 'Putin in women's underwear' painting
The painting portrays Putin and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev lounging together in lingerie.
GALLERY: Striking photos of inner-city Dublin and its residents
Photographer Karl Martini captured kids, shopkeepers and passers-by in The Liberties.
National Gallery of Ireland to undergo biggest refurbishment since 1864
Around 300 jobs will be created during the refurbishment of the National Gallery on Dublin’s Merrion Square.