The attacks on outdoor space disproportionately harm the city’s youth, who are facing exorbitant rent prices and already have few places to go.
Photographer Tony O'Shea reflects on four decades spent capturing the reverie, isolation and humanity of Dublin and County Kerry.
As a young man fresh out of school, Colm Pierce was going nowhere. Until he picked up a camera and began documenting life on Sheriff Street.
In his new book, Notes From An Apocalypse, the Irish author investigates our in-built obsession with the end of the world.
In the past year alone, 79 hotels were given the go-ahead for construction – often at the expense of cultural spaces. We speak to the people fighting back.
This month, protestors in Ireland are taking to the streets to demonstrate against the country’s housing crisis.
With their bold ongoing project, Grey Area, Irish collective SUBSET are protesting the criminalisation and censorship of street art.
In the ’80s, Dublin's largest prison – Mountjoy Jail – created a separation unit for HIV/AIDS sufferers. Now, their harrowing stories are being brought back to life.
After 25 years, Krass Clement’s black and white portraits of the Irish capital are being compiled for a new photo book.
Photographer Daragh Soden has documented a new generation of Dubliners: one growing up in crisis, paying for their parents' mistakes, yet defiantly confident.
As an outspoken gay performer living with HIV, Panti Bliss has become an unlikely – but empowering – ambassador for a once-conservative country.