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Exhibitions > Past Exhibitions

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

18 Sep 2003
30 Nov 2003
Paul Seawright: hidden
This exhibition comprises 10 large format photographs, created by Paul Seawright in response to his recent travels in Afghanistan.

06 Aug 2003
05 Oct 2003
Paul Morrison: haematoxylon
British artist, Paul Morrison, has gained international recognition for his bold graphic-style black and white landscape paintings.

17 Jul 2003
05 Oct 2003
Cristina Iglesias
Cristina Iglesias’s first exhibition in Ireland, brings together numerous sculptural and architectural pieces which fuse together traditions and techniques from architecture, theatre, printmaking and photography.

03 Jul 2003
21 Sep 2003
COBRA: Copenhagen Brussels Amsterdam
This is the first exhibition in Ireland on this international group of radical artists and writers from Copenhagen, Brussels and Amsterdam, who come together under the name COBRA.

03 Jul 2003
04 Jan 2003
The Tail that Wags the Dog: Outsider Art in the Expressionist Tradition
An exhibition of works from the Musgrave Kinley Collection of Outsider Art has been curated to coincide with the COBRA exhibition in IMMA’s New Galleries.

24 Apr 2003
15 Jun 2003
Weltkunst Collection: Glad that things don't talk
This exhibition, curated by British critic and curator Adrian Searle, marks the final year of the long-term loan of the Weltkunst Collection of British Art of the 1980s and 90s to IMMA.

17 Apr 2003
20 Jul 2003
Multimedia Maps
Multimedia Maps explores the art of community map-making in a wide variety of mediums from traditional art materials to new technologies.

03 Apr 2003
22 Jun 2003
Gary Hume
The first exhibition in Ireland by Gary Hume, one of the most sought-after and inventive painters working in Britain today, comprises some 30 works and presents a comprehensive overview of the main developments in his engaging but powerful oeuvre over the past ten years.

03 Apr 2003
02 Jun 2003
Rose Finn-Kelcey: Bureau de Change
In 'Bureau de Change' British artist Rose Finn-Kelcey uses 12,400 coins to create and image of Van Gogh’s 'Sunflowers', which famously exceeded all previous records, when sold in 1987 for £24.5 million.

12 Mar 2003
27 Oct 2003
Recent Acquisitions to the IMMA Collection
This exhibition of recent acquisitions to the IMMA Collection is selected from artworks which have been acquired by direct purchase and donation and through long-term loans.

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