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03 Sep 2010
21 Oct 2010
Line Exploring Space: Drawings from the IMMA Collection at Thurles
Line exploring space: Drawings from the IMMA Collection opens at The Source Arts Centre, Thurles, Co Tipperary, at 8.00pm on Thursday 9 September 2010. The exhibition continues at the Tipperary Institute, Thurles Campus. The collaboration is the result of an established relation between The Tipperary Institute and The Source Arts Centre. However, it is the first time both venues have worked together with the National Programme at the Irish Museum of Modern Art.

10 Aug 2010 Graphic Studio: 50 Years in Dublin
An exhibition featuring a wide cross-section of prints by some 30 leading Irish and international artists, created over the past 50 years, opens to the public at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Wednesday 8 September 2010. Graphic Studio: 50 Years in Dublin celebrates the 50th anniversary of Ireland’s first printmaking studio with a particular focus on their distinctive Visiting Artists Programme. The show also highlights the studio’s establishment by five members who, through innovation and progressive thinking, made Ireland a centre of world class printmaking.

03 Aug 2010 Post-War American Art: The Novak/O'Doherty Collection at IMMA
An exhibition of 76 artworks by many of America’s leading post-war artists gifted to the IMMA Collection by art historian Barbara Novak and artist Brian O’Doherty / Patrick Ireland opens to the public at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Wednesday 8 September 2010. Works by Joseph Cornell, Dan Graham, Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg and a host of other celebrated artists are included in the exhibition.

27 May 2010 Ferran Garcia Sevilla at the Irish Museum of Modern Art
An exhibition by Ferran Garcia Sevilla, a leading Spanish artist whose career has embraced many of the most influential art movements of the past 40 years, opens to the public at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Thursday 10 June 2010.

27 May 2010 Carlos Garaicoa at the Irish Museum of Modern Art
An exhibition by one of Cuba’s leading contemporary artists Carlos Garaicoa, whose work explores the social fabric of our cities through the examination of its architecture, opens to the public at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Thursday 10 June 2010.

24 May 2010 Altered Images Exhibition to open at IMMA on 17 June 2010
An innovate exhibition, designed to stimulate engagement with the visual arts by people with disabilities, opens to the public at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Thursday 17 June 2010.

18 May 2010 Collecting the New: Recent Acquisitions to the IMMA Collection
An exhibition presenting artworks recently acquired for IMMA’s Collection, marking the first occasion that these works have been shown at the Museum as part of that Collection, opens to the public at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Wednesday 19 May 2010.

18 May 2010 Crash Ensemble Presents Morton Feldman Concert at IMMA
Crash Ensemble, Ireland’s leading contemporary music group, will perform two of Morton Feldman’s most memorable works, Rothko Chapel and Words and Music for Samuel Beckett, at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Sunday 30 May 2010.

10 May 2010 A collaborative exhibition between IMMA’s National Programme and Art Alongside opens at Wexford Arts Centre
Abode, an exhibition developed through the continued successful partnership between Art Alongside and IMMA’s National Programme, opens to the public at Wexford Arts Centre on Monday 31 May 2010.

06 May 2010 IMMA takes part in the Bealtaine Festival 2010
As part of the Bealtaine Festival, the annual country-wide arts festival which celebrates creativity in older age, the Irish Museum of Modern Art is hosting a number of Bealtaine associated events throughout the month of May.

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