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List of past Collection exhibitions sorted in descending order by date, most recent appears first
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15 Jun 2014
Beverly Semmes: Big Silver and One Green Leaf
For this exhibition we are delighted to present a work from the IMMA Collection in an expanded context. IMMA approached the New York-based artist Beverly Semmes, who has collaborated with us on this project, and has generously lent work from her studio and has given unprecedented access to her archive.
08 Mar 2014
11 May 2014
Vong Phaophanit: Line Writing
IMMA is delighted to be re-installing Line Writing by Vong Phaophanit which continues the presentation of complex single-room installations made for the IMMA building.
12 Oct 2013
13 Apr 2014
One Foot in the Real World
Drawing on IMMA’s Collection, One Foot in the Real World, includes works that explore the urban environment, the everyday or the domestic. Elements of architecture and design recur as points of departure in the works; such as bricks; the keyhole; the window; the door and the table.
28 Feb 2013
19 May 2013
Changing States: Contemporary Irish Art & Francis Bacon’s Studio
Showing at BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels: This exhibition draws on the impressive collections of Ireland’s two leading institutions for the collection and presentation of modern and contemporary art, IMMA and Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane.
08 Aug 2012
09 Sep 2012
Not I: An installation by Neil Jordan
This unique film-based installation, directed by Neil Jordan and featuring the American actress Julianne Moore, is based on Samuel Beckett's play Not I, 1972.
31 May 2012
02 Sep 2012
Time out of Mind
IMMA will have a city centre presence for the first time in its new exhibition space at the National Concert Hall (NCH) in Earlsfort Terrace. The building’s history as a medical school has inspired a new exhibition from IMMA’s Collection, Time out of Mind, curated as an open composition that will allow multiple readings and experiences.
27 May 2011
16 Oct 2011
As part of the celebrations marking the Museum's 20th-anniversary, Twenty, is an exhibition featuring twenty younger generation Irish and international artists whose work is seen increasingly on the international stage.
23 Mar 2011
12 Jun 2011
Old Master Prints: The Madden Arnholz Collection
The Madden-Arnholz Collection of Old Master Prints includes works by such masters as Pieter Brueghel, Jacques Callot, Albrecht Dürer, Francisco de Goya, William Hogarth and Rembrandt van Rijn. The Collection was donated to the Royal Hospital Kilmainham in 1989 by Claire Madden in memory of her daughter Étain and son-in-law Dr Friedrich Arnholz and is separate from the IMMA Collection.
23 Mar 2011
12 Jun 2011
Les Levine Mindful Media: Three Works from the 1970s
Regarded as the founder of Media Art, New York based, Irish artist Les Levine has donated to IMMA three series of etching and photographic works made in the 1970s. In the works, he mixes text and image to reinforce his belief that social and political problems are valid concerns for art.
14 Feb 2011
20 Mar 2011
The Moderns: The 1960s and 1970s
The Moderns: The 1960s and 1970s explore many of the key artistic movements of the period, including the impact of the ground-breaking ROSC exhibitions in the 1960s and '70s, and of Minimal and Conceptual Art, in the works of Brian O'Doherty, Barry Flanagan and Michael Craig-Martin, will also be examined.
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