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30 Aug 2012
30 Oct 2012
All at Sea, St Patricks' University Hospital, Dublin
All at Sea is an exhibition developed in partnership with the Art Committee at St Patrick’s University Hospital and the Irish Museum of Modern Art’s National Programme.
12 May 2012
02 Jun 2012
What do you see when you look at me? The Burren College of Art, Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare
Representation of people, or the portrait, is a well established medium in the world of Art. Every portrait generates further questions: who is represented in the work? Is it a self-portrait or someone else’s ideas projected onto the canvas? Why has the artist represented themselves or other people in this way?
29 Mar 2012
03 Apr 2012
474: the aesthetics of restriction, The Drawing Project, Dun Laoghaire
The Drawing Project presents the exhibition 474 curated by IADT graduating students in collaboration with the National Programme. The exhibition focuses on engaging with works that may be considered, in one way or another, as having been generated according to the logic of a set of definite restrictions.
13 Mar 2012
31 Mar 2012
IMMA-ginary Space: Wexford Arts Centre, Wexford
IMMA-ginary Space is an exhibition developed through the continued successful partnership between Art Alongside and the Irish Museum of Modern Art’s National Programme.
01 Feb 2012
31 Jul 2012
Everyday Objects Transformed Through The Conflict, Healing Through Remembering, Northern Ireland
The National Programme is participating in an initiative of 'Healing Through Remembering', which has invited a variety of collectors to be involved in discussions around the theme of 'Everyday Objects Transformed by the Conflict'.
30 Jul 2011
12 Aug 2011
Fragmens Sur Les Institutions Républicaines IV by Shane Cullen: Féile an Phobail, Belfast
Shane Cullen’s Fragmens sur les Institutions Républicianes IV consists of ninety six large tablet-like panels onto which the artist has transcribed meticulously in paint the contents of the numerous Comms; the written communication smuggled in and out of the H-Block prisons in the 1980s.
30 Jun 2011
30 Jul 2011
Hints of the Outside World, SOMA Contemporary
Hints of the Outside World features some of the most noteworthy film works from the IMMA Collection; the exhibition includes work by artists Caroline McCarthy, Carlos Amorales, Gillian Wearing and Dorothy Cross. This exhibition showcases IMMA’s diverse collection, shown for the first time at SOMA.
17 May 2011
25 Jun 2011
Altered Images: Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny
Altered Images is the result if a partnership intiative of IMMA’s National Programm, Mayo County Council Arts Office and South Tipperary County Council Arts Service. Accessible, interactive and inclusive in ethos, Altered Images aims to stimulate engagement with the visual arts for the general public and particularly for people with disabilities.
02 May 2011
nasc, Féile na Bealtaine
An intiative of the Courthouse studio and the Irish Museum of Modern Art's National Programme and Artists' Residency Programme (ARP), nasc is an exciting discursive exchange of artist's work/practice, ideas and modes of display. It develops the connection that the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) has with the West Kerry Gaeltacht through the work of Lisbeth Mulcahy for Féile na Bealtaine. This new intiative provides an artist on IMMA's Artists' Residency Programme the opportunity to spend part of his or her residency in Corca Dhuibhne.
14 Apr 2011
03 Jul 2011
Post-War American Art at The Lewis Glucksman Gallery
In association with The Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Post-War American Art: the Novak/O'Doherty Collection is shown on the occassion of the pledged gift by art historian Barbara Novak and Brian O'Doherty/Patrick Ireland to the IMMA Collection.
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