Vertical Thoughts: Morton Feldman and the Visual Arts
Morton Feldman is widely considered to be one of the most influential composers of the second half of the 20th-century. In 1967 he curated an exhibition entitled Six Painters in Houston, Texas, and 'Vertical Thoughts' takes its inspiration from this original project.
26 Feb 2010 23 May 2010
Francis Alÿs: Le Temps du Sommeil
Belgium artist Francis Alÿs is a compulsive wanderer, his personal explorations of the cities in which he finds himself form the basis for an eclectic body of work.
17 Feb 2010 03 May 2010
Following on from his notable participation in the group exhibition .all hawaii eNtrées / luNar reGGae at IMMA in 2006, Cuban-American artist Jorge Pardo returns to IMMA with his first major solo exhibition in Ireland.
What happens next is a secret
This is an experimental exhibition which attempts to addresses the question of what happens when artworks become part of a collection and are subsequently shown in many different contexts.
Philippe Parreno: November
An ambitious overview of Parreno’s work to date, the exhibition questions notions of time, reality and representation, as well as exhibition-making and performance.
04 Nov 2009 24 Jan 2010
This exhibition is the first solo exhibition in Europe of the American sculptor Lynda Benglis, best known for her pioneering and challenging works which question the rigours of Modernism and Minimalism by merging content and form.
26 Sep 2009 03 Jan 2010
Traces: IMMA Limited Editions
Traces celebrates the IMMA Limited Editions Series, introduced by the Museum in 2003. The exhibition includes a variety of print works by Irish and international artists.