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17 May 2016 IMMA announces its Summer Party music programme, curated by Cillian Murphy, with Hauschka, Meltybrains?, Caoimhin O Raghallaigh and New Jackson (DJ set).
Now in its third year, the IMMA Summer Party returns on Saturday 16 July with a truly unique night time celebration of music, performance, food and drinks in the buildings and grounds of IMMA.

12 May 2016 Critically acclaimed artist Simon Fujiwara opens new work at IMMA
A new work by Berlin based, British/Japanese artist Simon Fujiwara, titled The Humanizer, is presented by IMMA on the occasion of the centenary of the Easter Rising.

05 May 2016 IMMA announce creative partnership with Dean Dublin
IMMA is delighted to announce DEAN DUBLIN as our Major Hotel Partner for 2016.

28 Apr 2016 A snapshot of the last ten years as seen through the IMMA Collection
IMMA presents IMMA Collection: A Decade - a snapshot of how the National Collection of modern and contemporary art has developed over the past 10 years.

13 Apr 2016 IMMA launches major new private fundraising initiative to support contemporary art in Ireland after years of devastating cuts
IMMA, the Irish Museum of Modern Art, today launched a new fund designed to support the future of contemporary art in Ireland – IMMA 1000. A reaction to the devastating cuts experienced by the Arts sector in recent years IMMA 1000 is initially a three year fundraising programme 2016 – 2018.

16 Mar 2016 The outsider’s perspective: Patrick Hennessy and Carol Rama open at IMMA
On Thu 24 March 2016 IMMA launches its Spring programme with two major solo exhibitions from Irish artist Patrick Hennessy, and Italian artist Carol Rama; both born in the same decade and both neglected by the official art circles of their time.

08 Mar 2016 IMMA announces landmark Lucian Freud Project for Ireland alongside an expanded 2016 programme of new work
IMMA announces landmark Lucian Freud Project for Ireland alongside an expanded 2016 programme of new work celebrating the radical thinkers and activists whose vision for courageous social change in Ireland and beyond remains relevant to us today.

21 Dec 2015 IMMA takes art onto the streets of Dublin as part of the exhibition What We Call Love
IMMA will be providing a moment of contemplation amongst the frenzy of Christmas advertising with the artwork “Untitled” (The New Plan), 1991, by Cuban-born American artist Felix Gonzalez-Torres (1957-1996). As part of the exhibition What We Call Love: From Surrealism to Now (12 Sep 2015 – 7 Feb 2016) Gonzalez-Torres’ artwork will be presented on six billboards across six sites within Dublin city centre normally used for prime advertising space.

15 Dec 2015 Seamus Nolan: F**K IMMA │ What We Call Love
As part of the exhibition What We Call Love: From Surrealism to Now (12 Sep 2015– 7 Feb 2016), IMMA is delighted to present F**K IMMA (2015) a new commission by Irish Artist Seamus Nolan (Hotel Ballymun, 10th President).

28 Oct 2015 IMMA presents a major exhibition of new work by renowned Irish artist Grace Weir
IMMA presents the first Museum exhibition by one of Ireland’s most compelling and respected artists Grace Weir. 3 Different Nights, recurring is the largest exhibition of Grace Weir’s work to date, comprising some 30 works.

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