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Exhibitions > Current Exhibitions

20 May 2016
28 Aug 2016
Simon Fujiwara The Humanizer
The Humanizer, British/Japanese artist Simon Fujiwara’s new commission for IMMA, is presented for the first time on the occasion of the centenary of the historic Easter uprisings of 1916

28 Apr 2016
08 Jan 2017
IMMA Collection: A Decade
IMMA, as the national cultural institution for collecting modern and contemporary art, aims to acquire examples of the most significant Irish art of the day as well as key works by international artists many of whom have been part of the museum’s temporary exhibition and residency programmes.

24 Mar 2016
01 Aug 2016
The Passion According to Carol Rama
Ignored for decades by official art history, Italian artist Carol Rama is now recognised as essential for understanding developments within contemporary art. Rama was belatedly recognised in 2003, receiving the Golden Lion at the Venice Biennale, one of the most prestigious international art exhibitions.

24 Mar 2016
24 Jul 2016
Patrick Hennessy: De Profundis
‘A strange and exotic presence in Irish art’, ‘standing alone’, ‘very un-Irish’, Patrick Hennessy RHA (1915-80), was one of Ireland’s most successful post –war realist painters, but one whose work puzzled the critics writing in Dublin in the 60s and 70s.