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Exhibitions > New Art at IMMA

IMMA is committed to supporting remarkable emerging artists to make exciting new work through a dynamic series of commissions, projects and group exhibitions. New Art at IMMA, proudly supported by Matheson, allows IMMA to continue to support this vital work in a strand of programming that recognises and nurtures new talents, new thinking and new forms of exhibition-making.

This major three-year partnership (2015 -2018) sees Matheson supporting approximately ten artists per year at IMMA with the commitment particularly enabling the commissioning of new work by the Museum.

(External) Video: Watch Tim Scanlon, Head of Corporate and Commercial at Matheson talking about their innovative sponsorship of New Art at IMMA

The first exhibition supported under this new partnership was a solo exhibition by Scottish sculptor and Turner Prize (2011) nominee Karla Black , whose exhibition featured seven new site-specific sculptures.

2017 Exhibitions

2016 Exhibitions

Exhibitions which feature Matheson-supported New Art at IMMA projects in 2016 include:

2015 Exhibitions

Exhibitions which feature Matheson-supported New Art at IMMA projects in 2015 included:



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