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IMMA is home to the National Collection of modern and contemporary art, with over 3,500 artworks by Irish and International artists.

The Collection is firmly rooted in the present and important new works are added to the Collection each year. Our collection of modern art is regularly enhanced by purchase, commission, donation or loan with a particular emphasis on work from the 1940s onwards.

Caroline McCarthy, The Luncheon, 2002, Photograph of wet toilet paper sculpture (Sculpture: toilet paper of varying colour, water, black bin-bags, real stalks, fake flies, disposable tableware), Unframed: 196 x 114 cm, Collection Irish Museum of Modern Art, Donated by A.I.B., 2002

Caroline McCarthy, The Luncheon, 2002, Photograph of wet toilet paper sculpture (Sculpture: toilet paper of varying colour, water, black bin-bags, real stalks, fake flies, disposable tableware), Unframed: 196 x 114 cm, Collection Irish Museum of Modern Art, Donated by A.I.B., 2002

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