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List of past exhibitions sorted in descending order by†date, most†recent appears first

20 Jun 2004
10 Oct 2004
Artformations explores the role of the artist-in-residence in primary schools through artwork created by children, arising from their experiences with artists and the exhibitions at IMMA.

26 May 2004
12 Sep 2004
Margherita Manzelli
This exhibition comprises nine recent paintings by the young Italian figurative painter Margherita Manzelli.

12 May 2004
16 May 2004
The Arnotts Ceramic Design Awards 2004
An exhibition of some 36 plates by the nine students who are in contention for the €1000 Arnotts Ceramic Design Awards 2004 opens to the public on Wednesday 12 May

07 May 2004
23 May 2004
In the Time of Shaking: Irish Artists for Amnesty International
In the Time of Shaking is a fundraising exhibition for Art for Amnesty, presented in association with IMMA, comprising works by more than one hundred of Ireland's most important contemporary artists

27 Apr 2004
17 Oct 2004
Bearings: Landscapes from the IMMA Collection
This exhibition from IMMAís Collection looks at the ways in which artists engage with the landscape in order to address the question of manís place in the world.

04 Feb 2004
25 Apr 2004
Francesco Clemente: New Works
The first major exhibition in Ireland by the internationally-acclaimed Italian artist Francesco Clemente comprises more than 60 works, including some 20 paintings, 10 pastels and 30 watercolours

21 Jan 2004
09 May 2004
Martin Puryear
This exhibition by the American artist Martin Puryear presents some 15 works focusing on large-scale sculpture from 1997 - 2001 and large limited edition prints from 2001 and 2002

21 Jan 2004
28 Mar 2004
Branching Out
The Branching Out programme enabled six venues to offer an engaging educational experience linked to exhibitions from the IMMA Collection to various groups within the wider community throughout 2003

10 Dec 2003
08 Feb 2004
Langlands and Bell: The House of Osama bin Laden
This exhibition comprises six works created by Langlands and Bell in response to a two-week visit to Afghanistan in October 2002, commissioned by the Imperial War Museum, London.

26 Nov 2003
22 Feb 2004
Louise Bourgeois: Sculpture and Drawings
The first large-scale exhibition in Ireland by Louise Bourgeois, one of the greatest artists of our time, comprises some 20 works and focuses mainly on her soft sculptures and related drawings.

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