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Exhibitions > Recent Exhibitions

List of past exhibitions sorted in descending order by†date, most†recent appears first


04 Oct 2011
09 Oct 2011
Michael KliŽn: Silent Witness/A Dancing Man, A series of Diptychs in time
In SILENT WITNESS/A DANCING MAN Austrian choreographer Michael KliŽn presents a response, in the form of a performance, to the workings of Irelandís legislature, based on his personal observations and on his interaction with a range of individuals during his stay.

07 Sep 2011
31 Oct 2011
Liam Gillick: A Game of War Structure, 2011
British artist Liam Gillick presents a site-specific work especially commissioned for IMMA in the form of a newly-designed version of The Game of War (Le Jeu de la Guerre).

07 Sep 2011
31 Oct 2011
Susana Solano: Carmen, 2011
Barcelona-based artist Susana Solano has been commissioned by IMMA to install a large stainless steel sculptural work Carmen in the 18th-century cloistered cobbled Courtyard at the heart of IMMAís buildings.

27 Jul 2011
31 Oct 2011
Apichatpong Weerasethakul: For Tomorrow For Tonight
For Tomorrow For Tonight features new work by Thai artist Apichatpong Weerasethakul that explores the theme of night through video, photographs and installation.

27 Jul 2011
31 Oct 2011
Gerard Byrne: Through The Eyes
Artist Gerard Byrne works primarily in film and photography, which he presents as ambitious large-scale installations, to question how images are constructed, transmitted and mediated.

20 Jul 2011
09 Oct 2011
Out of the Dark Room: The David Kronn Collection
This exhibition is drawn form a collection of more than 450 photographs brought together by the American collector David Kronn. The collection ranges in content from 19th century Daguerreotypes to the modern photography of Edward Weston and August Sander and works from award-winning contemporary photographers, such as Trine Sondergaard and Simon Norfolk. It is particularly strong in its representation of Irving Penn, Kenneth Josephson and Harry Callahan.

15 Jun 2011
18 Sep 2011
Barrie Cooke
Organised to mark Barrie Cookeís 80th birthday, this exhibition includes some 70 paintings and sculptural works from the early 1960s to the present. It also draws from the Museumís own significant holding of his works.

27 May 2011
16 Oct 2011
Twenty: Celebrating 20 Years of the Irish Museum of Modern Art
As part of the celebrations marking the Irish Museum of Modern Artís 20th anniversary, Twenty, presents a younger generation of Irish and international artists whose work is seen increasingly on the international stage.

18 May 2011
Gerald Barry - The Intelligence Park
Gerald Barryís opera, The Intelligence Park, widely regarded as one of the most innovative and compelling operas of recent times, will be presented in a concert performance at IMMA on Wednesday 18 May 2011.

07 May 2011
08 May 2011
Orla Barry: The Scavenger's Daughters
The Scavengerís Daughters is a performance work by leading Irish artist Orla Barry. The work is an ambiguous portrait of two sisters and, like much of Barryís work, is rooted in the tensions between visual and literary representation.

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