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10 Jan 2015
25 Feb 2015
Portraits from The David Kronn Collection - Butler Gallery, Kilkenny
Drawn from the recent exhibition 'Second Sight' the selection on view at the Butler Gallery focuses on portraits and doubled images in many guises. This exhibition comes to the Butler Gallery from the National Programme of IMMA and is drawn from the exceptional collection of photography amassed by Dr David Kronn.

29 Aug 2014
15 Nov 2014
Parallel Visions: Sculpture and installation from the IMMA Collection
Parallel Visions takes place at Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda and F.E. McWilliam Gallery & Studio, Banbridge. Across the two galleries, works by 28 artists, Irish and international, have been selected, covering a period from the 1930's to 2009.

14 Jul 2014
27 Sep 2014
Patrick Scott: Image Space Light - Glebe Gallery and Regional Cultural Centre, Co Donegal
Following the sucessful exhibition at IMMA and VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art, Carlow, The Regional Cultural Centre and Glebe House and Gallery, present Patrick Scott: IMAGE SPACE LIGHT as a single exhibition across the two venues.

01 Jul 2014
01 Sep 2014
Sitting, Arthouse, Stradbally, Co Laois
Sitting is the title given to the residency, by artist Nick Miller, at the Laois Arthouse, Stradbally, Co Laois, and includes an exhibition of selected portrait related works by Miller on loan from the Irish Museum of Modern Art’s Collection

11 Apr 2014
13 Jul 2014
Facing Pages: The Art of The Great Book of Ireland
Published in 1991 The Great Book of Ireland captures a significant moment of Ireland’s cultural production. This exhibition explores the ideas that went into the creation of the manuscript, the ways in which collections offer insight into specific historical moments and the legacy of such anthologies.

28 Mar 2014
03 Apr 2014
474: document | work | space the Drawing Project Gallery, DúnLaoghaire
474: document | work | space is an exhibition resulting from a collaborative project between the Institute of Art, Design and Technology and IMMA.

22 Aug 2013
26 Aug 2013
Happy Days Enniskillen International Beckett Festival
Happy Days Enniskillen International Beckett Festival is the world’s first annual festival to celebrate the work and influence of Nobel Prize-winning writer Samuel Beckett. It takes place annually in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland, where Beckett spent his formative years attending Portora Royal School. Irleand’s only Island town, Enniskillen, is at the heart of the Fermanagh Lakelands, amidst some of the most beautiful landscape in Europe

03 Aug 2013
05 Aug 2013
Garden Folly at the Big House Festival
IMMA is delighted to present Rhona Byrne’s participatory installation ‘Garden Folly’ as part of Big House Festival. ‘Garden Folly’, a participatory visual art installation invites visitors to construct and re-construct their own spatial environments...

08 Mar 2013
13 Mar 2013
474: mise-en-scène, The Drawing Project, DunLaoghaire
As a component of their seminar studies module at IADT, graduating students of the BA (Hons.) in Visual Arts Practice co-curated this exhibition of works from the IMMA Collection in response to the theme ‘mise-en-scène’.

29 Nov 2012
31 Aug 2013
Shane Cullen
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 1980’s. The entire project took some four years to complete. For the first Belfast showing at The Old Museum Arts Centre, there was a performance dimension to the work. Cullen himself was present in the gallery space, painting several panels over four weeks.

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