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Exhibitions > Recent Exhibitions

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

04 Oct 2006
10 Dec 2006
Michael Craig-Martin: Works 1964 - 2006
This exhibition is a large-scale retrospective of the work of the internationally acclaimed painter and installation artist Michael Craig-Martin.

04 Aug 2006
03 Sep 2006
James Coleman I N I T I A L S, 1993-94
This will be the first showing in Ireland of the film installation I N I T I A L S, 1993-94, by the highly-acclaimed Irish artist James Coleman.

26 Jul 2006
15 Oct 2006
Inner Worlds Outside
Inner Worlds Outside brings together works by established mainstream artists and Outsider artists - individuals producing from the “fringes of society”.

12 Jul 2006
01 Oct 2006
Candida Höfer: Dublin
Comprising some 10 works, this is the first solo exhibition in Ireland, by the internationally-renowned German artist Candida Höfer.

28 Jun 2006
24 Sep 2006
Barry Flanagan: Sculpture 1965 - 2005
This exhibition, of some 50 works, is a comprehensive survey of the work of the highly-regarded British sculptor Barry Flanagan.

09 Jun 2006
27 Aug 2006
João Penalva
The first solo exhibition in Ireland, by the Portuguese artist João Penalva comprises approximately 20 works, including a selection of video and installation works and a new work created specifically for IMMA

10 May 2006
17 Dec 2006
Irish Art of the Seventies
Irish Art of the Seventies draws on existing works in the Museum’s Collection and new acquisitions from the PJ Carroll Collection.

10 May 2006
10 Dec 2006
Louis le Brocquy: A Celebration of the Artist's Ninetieth Year
This special display of works by the distinguished Irish artist Louis le Brocquy is being organised to celebrate the artist’s 90th birthday in November of this year.

19 Apr 2006
18 Jun 2006
Magnum Ireland
This exhibition includes some 150 photographs of works made in Ireland since the 50s to the present by some of the best-known Magnum photographers.

15 Mar 2006
20 Mar 2006
John Byrne: Would You Die for Ireland
The film work Would You Die for Ireland by the Irish artist John Byrne is being shown at IMMA in a collaboration with the Saint Patrick’s Festival. Dates in March to be confirmed.

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