Minister Announces IMMA Programme for 2005
A series of exhibitions by leading Irish and international artists, including Jasper Johns, Laurie Anderson, Dorothy Cross and Tony O’Malley; special shows to celebrate the work of the White Stag Group and to mark 50 years of collecting by the Contemporary Irish Art Society, and the publication of a full-colour catalogue of IMMA’s Collection are all part of an exciting and wide-ranging programme for 2005 at the Irish Museum of Modern Art announced today (Tuesday 18 January) by the Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism, Mr John O’Donoghue, TD.
14 Jan 2005
Public and Private Narratives
An exhibition from the Irish Museum of Modern Art’s own Collection exploring the many ways in which visual artists respond to issues and events that have either personal or public significance opens at the Sligo Art Gallery on Thursday 13 January 2005.
Jasper Johns at IMMA
The first major exhibition in Ireland by the iconic American artist Jasper Johns opens to the public at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Wednesday 9 February 2005.
08 Dec 2004
Abbeyonehundred exhibition at IMMA
A new exhibition focusing on set and costume design at the Abbey Theatre opens to the public at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Thursday 9 December.
30 Nov 2004
Successful Year at IMMA
The year just ending has been one of the most successful to date for the Irish Museum of Modern Art, not only in the quality and diversity of its programmes but also in the all-important area of public engagement with its work.
The Irish Museum of Modern Art Launches New Website
A daily online calendar of events, exhibition guides and essays available to download and the permanent collection database of some 1,650 works are just some of the features now available on the Irish Museum of Modern Art’s newly designed website www.imma.ie.
Acquisition of James Coleman artworks by IMMA
John O’Donoghue T.D., Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism, today (10th November, 2004) announced that he had approved the use of the Heritage Fund by the Irish Museum of Modern Art to acquire the three most important film art works, produced in the 1990s, by the celebrated Irish artist James Coleman.