Anna Schneider, Haus der Kunst, Munich introduces the work of Guyanese-born British painter Frank Bowling, in the context of this major retrospective presenting one of the most comprehensive, yet rarely exhibited, selection of large-scale paintings by this seminal artist. Book Now
This talk is followed by the exhibition opening with a drinks reception, music and opening speeches by renowned international artist – Isaac Julian.
Seminar Series - Part I / Civil War – A Historical & Contemporary Perspective New Reschedule Date / Tuesday 27 March Exploring the continuum of war and the complexities of civil conflict from past to present, shared and diverging histories will be examined by Giath Taha (Documentary Photographer, Syria); Paddy Woodworth (Author, Journalist, Irish Times); Colm Laighneach (Member of Hidden Voices, an international conflict resolution body). Chaired by Susan McKay (Author and Journalist), the seminar more broadly calls to question What can Art do in a War? Book Now
IMMA creates a selection of strictly limited editions to coincide with many of our major exhibitions. A great opportunity to own contemporary art at an affordable price tag, edition artists include Patrick Scott, Frank Bowling, Louis le Brocquy, Dorothy Cross, Linder, Gerard Byrne, Isobel Nolan, Isaac Julien and more.