Dorothy Cross exhibition at IMMA
The first large-scale exhibition in this country of the work of the internationally-acclaimed Irish artist Dorothy Cross opens to the public at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Friday 3 June 2005.
04 May 2005
Major exhibition from IMMA’s Collection
A major exhibition from the Museum’s own Collection has just gone on show at the Irish Museum of Modern Art. Eye of the Storm spans the years from the 1940s to date, covering the entire period from which the Museum collects work.
Contemporary Music Lecture Series at IMMA
A series of five lectures on the development of contemporary music by the celebrated composer and pianist Kevin Volans begins at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Thursday 21 April 2005.
10 Mar 2005
Mark Manders at IMMA
An exhibition of eight works by the younger-generation Dutch artist Mark Manders opens to the public at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Wednesday 16 March 2005.
01 Mar 2005
Fred Tomaselli at IMMA
The first exhibition in Ireland of the work of the New York-based painter Fred Tomaselli opens to the public at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Wednesday 9 March 2005.
17 Feb 2005
Pierre Huyghe at IMMA
The first presentation in this country of the work of the highly-regarded French artist Pierre Huyghe opens to the public at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Wednesday 23 February 2005.
26 Jan 2005
Laurie Anderson at the Irish Museum of Modern Art
The first large-scale exhibition in Ireland by the celebrated American performance artist, musician, visual artist, poet and writer Laurie Anderson opens to the public at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Thursday 17 February.
18 Jan 2005
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.