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Exhibitions > Forthcoming Exhibitions

20 May 2016
28 Aug 2016
Simon Fujiwara The Humanizer
The Humanizer, British/Japanese artist Simon Fujiwara’s new commission for IMMA, is presented for the first time on the occasion of the centenary of the historic Easter uprisings of 1916

15 Aug 2016
04 Sep 2016
A Fair Land
IMMA is collaborating with Grizedale Arts who, following a period of research and development in IMMA’s residency programme, will create in collaboration with IMMA an extraordinary new project that examines the ‘usefulness’ of art by inviting artists and creatives to take over the iconic IMMA courtyard this Summer.

06 Sep 2016
29 Jan 2017
Invited Curators Project: Sumesh Sharma and Kate Strain
This new invited curators initiative will see Indian curator Sumesh Sharma and Irish curator Kate Strain presenting projects at IMMA that reflect their individual curatorial practices and bring new curatorial perspectives into IMMA’s programme.

20 Sep 2016
31 Dec 2021
IMMA Collection: Freud Project, 2016 – 2021
The IMMA Collection has secured an important long-term loan of over 30 works by Lucian Freud (1922-2011), regarded as one of the world’s greatest realist painters. The works, on loan from private collections, will be presented in a dedicated Freud Centre in IMMA’s Garden Galleries for five years.

21 Oct 2016
05 Feb 2017
Emily Jacir: Europa
IMMA presents the first survey exhibition of artist Emily Jacir’s work in Ireland. Emily Jacir: Europa brings together almost two decades of sculpture, film, drawings, large-scale installations and photography and focuses on Jacir’s dialogue with Europe, Italy and the Mediterranean.

01 Nov 2016
01 Jan 2017
Jaki Irvine If The Ground Should Open…
Taking her novel, Days of Surrender (2013), as a starting point Jaki Irvine’s new work 'If The Ground Should Open…' 2016, will be presented alongside a live performance event. The novel tells the story of Elizabeth O'Farrell and her partner Julia Grenan, two out of several hundred women who took an active part in the 1916 Easter Rising yet were almost erased out of history.

06 Dec 2016
08 Jan 2017
Duncan Campbell
Irish-born artist Duncan Campbell (Turner Prize Winner 2014) is working on his first film based in the Republic of Ireland. Stemming from research in the IFI Archive, Campbell’s film will take as a starting point a 1960’s UCLA anthropological film study of rural Kerry, and a number of US anthropological studies from that period.

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