Talks and Events
Artist Talk | Jonathan Monk
Wed 1 Oct, 1pm-2pm, Project Space
Jonathan Monk discusses his artistic practice within the context of the current presentation of his work at IMMA.
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Authors Talk | Sarah Thornton
Tues 7 Oct, 6pm-7pm, Lecture Roomn
33 Artists in 3 Acts: What is an artist?
Thornton compares and contrasts answers to the simple but profound question; what is an artist? Click here to book
GOETHE INSTITUTE + IMMA
Discussion | Lunch Bytes
Fri 17 Oct, 1pm-2.30pm, Lecture Room
This session explores the topic Society, Public Space and Architecture and addresses how digital technologies have altered the way buildings can be conceived, conceptualized and modeled. Click here to book
Photographer’s Talk | Amelia Stein
Tues 4 Nov, 6pm-7pm, Lecture Room
Through the genus of portrait photography, Stein explores the intrinsic qualities of fine black and white photography, in which to evoke universal themes of loss, memory and meaning in some of her most celebrated photographic projects. Click here to book
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What Is ... ? | Talk Series + National Programme
Alongside the exhibition Parallel Visions: Sculpture and Installation from the IMMA Collection taking place at Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda (13 Sept – 8 Nov) and F.E. McWilliam Gallery & Studio, Banbridge (29 Aug – 15 Nov) there is a new schedule of talks in the What is...? Talks series which takes place at both venues. New titles include What is Sculpture ..?.
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Visit Current Exhibitions - all free!
Hélio Oiticica: Propositions - ends 5 October
Second Sight: The David Kronn Photography Collection
Jonathan Monk: The Project Spaces
IMMA Collection: Conversations
Hélio Oiticica, Installation view of the exhibition Propositions, Irish Museum of Modern Art, 2014. Photo: Chris Lindhorst
IMMA Limited Edition by Isabel Nolan
Isabel Nolan, Heliosphere, 2014, 10cm x 15cm
Hand painted watercolour on gesso board
Edition of 50. Signed and numbered by the artist
A beautiful limited edition of only 50 hand painted watercolour works to celebrate the exhibition The weakened eye of day, is available to purchase.
Price €125. Click here to buy online