Gary Hume at the Irish Museum of Modern Art
The first exhibition in Ireland by Gary Hume, one of the most sought-after and inventive painters working in Britain today, opens to the public at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Thursday 3 April 2003.
Lorna Simpson at the Irish Museum of Modern Art
The first solo exhibition in Ireland by the leading African-American photographic artist and filmmaker Lorna Simpson opens to the public at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Wednesday 27 February 2003.
21 Jan 2003
Irish Museum of Modern Art Announces Programme for 2003
The first exhibition in this country by leading yBa artist Gary Hume, a major show dealing with modern design and living and a comprehensive display of recent acquisitions to IMMA’s Collection are all part of an exciting and wide-ranging programme for 2003 announced today (Tuesday 21 January) by the Irish Museum of Modern Art.
Escaped Animals at IMMA
A variety of small animals have recently taken up residence in the grounds at the Irish Museum of Modern Art.
02 Dec 2002
Successful Year at IMMA 2002
Visitor numbers at the Irish Museum of Modern Art have shown a further increase this year and are set to top the 290,000 mark by year end, the highest attendance figure for IMMA since the record-breaking Andy Warhol exhibition of 1997-98.
18 Nov 2002
Equivalence Exhibition at the Irish Museum of Modern Art
An exhibition based on the results of two different residencies by the artist Terry O’Farrell – one a long-term project with older people; the other a short-term residency with young children – is now open to the public at the Irish Museum of Modern Art.