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List of past exhibitions sorted in descending order by date, most recent appears first

27 Feb 2008
18 May 2008
Cecil King: A Legacy of Painting
Spanning the entire career of the highly-regarded Irish artist Cecil King this exhibition comprises some 50 works and concentrates on the ‘hard edge’ paintings for which the artist is especially well known.

27 Feb 2008
11 May 2008
Carlos Amorales: Dark Mirror
This exhibition presents Dark Mirror, 2004/05, a double video projection by the leading Mexican artist Carlos Amorales, which became part of the IMMA Collection in 2005.

06 Feb 2008
27 Apr 2008
McDermott & McGough: An Experience of Amusing Chemistry
This exhibition is a retrospective of the entire photographic work of the American-born artists McDermott & McGough covering two decades of their highly-original output in that medium.

28 Nov 2007
02 Mar 2008
James McKenna
This exhibition comprises sculptures and drawings by Irish artist James McKenna, a prominent figure in the visual arts and in literary circles from the 1960s until his death in 2000.

14 Nov 2007
27 Jan 2008
Miroslaw Balka: Tristes Tropiques
This exhibition by the leading Polish artist Miroslaw Balka presents sculpture and installation works. Drawing on his personal history, it includes references to his Catholic upbringing and his childhood home near Warsaw.

14 Nov 2007
27 Jan 2008
Thomas Scheibitz: about 90 Elements/TOD IM DSCHUNGEL
This first solo exhibition in Ireland by the young German artist Thomas Scheibitz comprises a selection of new paintings and sculptures.

10 Oct 2007
06 Jan 2008
Patrick Hall: Drawings
This exhibition focuses on metaphysical ink and watercolour works on paper and nude charcoal drawings by one of Ireland’s most important painters.

10 Oct 2007
27 Apr 2008
Three
Three is an exhibition of works by three leading artists from the IMMA Collection, Maria Simonds-Gooding, Charles Brady and Callum Innes.

05 Oct 2007 Ryoji Ikeda: Performance
This one-off performance by the innovative Japanese sound artist, Ryoji Ikeda, will take place in IMMA’s Great Hall on 5 October at 8.00pm. This performance includes two works C4I and Datamatics.

27 Jul 2007
26 Aug 2007
James Coleman: Lapsus Exposure, 1992-94
This exhibition comprises the installation, Lapsus Exposure, 1992–94, the second work in a trilogy by the internationally-acclaimed Irish artist James Coleman, being shown in the Great Hall at IMMA.

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