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Public and Private Narratives: Selected Works from the IMMA Collection opens at the Sligo Art Gallery

Paula Rego, Little Miss Muffet, 1989, Etching and aquatint, 23/50, 52 x 38 cm, Collection Irish Museum of Modern ArtAn exhibition from the Irish Museum of Modern Artís own Collection exploring the many ways in which visual artists respond to issues and events that have either personal or public significance opens at the Sligo Art Gallery on Thursday 13 January 2005. Public and Private Narratives: Selected Works from the IMMA Collection comprises paintings, drawings, sculptures and installations which illustrate the ways in which artists give visual expression to both public events and private experiences. The exhibition also deals with the means by which important public events are celebrated visually.† Featured in the exhibition are works by contemporary Irish artists such as Dorothy Cross and Brian Maguire and the Portuguese-born painter Paula Rego.

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