Calder and Miró Exhibition in IMMA’s Courtyard
An exhibition of sculptures by two of the giants of 20th-century art – the American sculptor Alexander Calder and the Spanish painter and sculptor Joan Miró – opens to the public at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Wednesday 4 April 2007.
23 Mar 2007
Garrett Phelan: Trusted Servant
As part of the group exhibition, .all hawaii eNtrées / luNar reGGae, Irish artist Garrett Phelan has been invited by the curators to officially close the exhibition with his project Trusted Servant.
21 Mar 2007
Shahzia Sikander at the Irish Museum of Modern Art
The first solo museum exhibition in Europe of the work of Shahzia Sikander opens to the public at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Wednesday 28 March 2007. Comprising some 25 works the exhibition provides a brief overview of Sikander’s career and focuses on her most recent practice.
Georgia O’Keeffe at IMMA
An exhibition of the work Georgia O’Keeffe, one of the legendary figures of 20th-century American art, opens to the public at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Wednesday 7 March.
Minister O’Donoghue Announces IMMA Programme for 2007
Exhibitions by such celebrated artists as Lucian Freud, Georgia O’Keeffe, Alex Katz and Anne Madden; a display of sculptures by Joan Miró and Alexander Calder; a large-scale exhibition showcasing important new acquisitions by the Museum’s rapidly-growing Collection, and a significant expansion of its education and community activities are all part of rich and exciting programme for 2007 at the Irish Museum of Modern Art announced today (Tuesday 23 January) by the Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism, Mr John O’Donoghue, TD.
Alex Katz at the Irish Museum of Modern Art
A large-scale exhibition of the work of Alex Katz, one of the most influential American artists of the past 50 years, opens to the public at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Wednesday 28 February 2007.
30 Nov 2006
Gallery Closures at IMMA
The Irish Museum of Modern Art wishes to inform potential visitors that, owing to essential maintenance, its First Floor Galleries will remain closed until further notice. This has become necessary due to certain difficulties with the galleries’ lighting system, which were discovered during routine maintenance and which need to be addressed as a matter of urgency.