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List of past exhibitions sorted in descending order by date, most recent appears first
01 May 2015
26 Jul 2015
IMMA Collection: Fragments
This exhibition borrows its title from Philosopher Walter Benjamin’s comparison of the work of translation to re-assembling fragments of a broken vase – the individual fragments must come together, but need not be like each other. This could also be taken as an allegory for exhibition making, or collecting.
10 Apr 2015
05 Jul 2015
Gerda Frömel, A Retrospective
This exhibition will be the first contemporary retrospective of Gerda Frömel, an artist who was born in Czechoslovakia in 1931 as the daughter of German parents but who moved to Ireland in 1956. An incredibly well regarded artist during her lifetime, her work is no longer well known and has not been on exhibition since a 1976 retrospective at the Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art, Dublin the year after her untimely death. This exhibition seeks to bring new work to light and to reinstate Frömel as a modern Irish master
10 Apr 2015
05 Jul 2015
Diogo Pimentão : Disequilibrium Displacement
This will be the first Irish solo exhibition of Portuguese artist Diogo Pimentão. Timed to coincide with Gerda Frömel, Diogo’s practice seeks to open the horizon of the drawing and its conventions to other dimensions, other processes and other tools.
27 Mar 2015
26 Apr 2015
The Beholder's Share
The Beholder’s Share examines unrealised and existing projects from the IMMA Collection. The focus of the exhibition is the role which the viewer can play in imaginatively completing an unrealised work.
12 Dec 2014
15 Feb 2014
Mobile Encounters: Documenting the Early Years of Performance Art in Ireland
Mobile Encounters presents a selection of ephemera and artworks documenting the early years of performance art in Ireland.
05 Dec 2014
03 May 2015
Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler: Sound Speed Marker
Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler have been working collaboratively in video, photography and sculpture since 1990. Their work invites suggestive, open-ended reflections on memory, place and cinema.
03 Dec 2014
08 Mar 2015
Dorothy Cross selects from the National Collections
Sponsored by BNP Paribas
IMMA has invited internationally renowned Irish artist Dorothy Cross to select an exhibition of work from the Collections of IMMA, the Crawford Art Gallery, the National Gallery of Ireland and the National Museum of Ireland. This exhibition will showcase the extraordinary depth of the National Collections in one unique and very subjective presentation. Sponsored by BNP Paribas
08 Nov 2014
29 Mar 2015
The first major exhibition in Dublin of the work of Irish-born artist Duncan Campbell, a nominee for the 2014 Turner Prize. Combining archival and filmed material Campbell’s films question our reading of the documentary form as a fixed representation of reality, opening up the boundaries between the actual and the imagined, record and interpretation. This solo exhibition comprises four of his major film works; Bernadette (2008); Make It New John (2009); Arbeit (2011) and It for Others (2013).
08 Nov 2014
01 Mar 2015
Mike Kelley, Jeremy Deller, Conrad Shawcross, Kevin Atherton, Linder, Jesse Jones and Bedwyr Williams.
Primal Architecture will feature artworks spanning across varied media and decades, including installation, video, sculpture, drawing, performance and photography.
04 Sep 2014
12 Oct 2014
Jonathan Monk: The Project Spaces
The works presented at IMMA – All the Possible Combinations of Eight Legs Kicking (One at a Time) II, (2012-13), The Same Time In A Different Place (2012–14) and A Possible Version of Minimal Art: The Movie (2014) – feature the irreverent, witty humour for which Jonathan Monk is best known.
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