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
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.
27 Feb 2003 20 Jul 2003
Lorna Simpson: Photoworks and Films 1986 - 2002
This is the first solo exhibition in Ireland of the African-American artist Lorna Simpson, who is considered to be one of the principal contemporary representatives of black American visual culture.
12 Feb 2003 08 Jun 2003
John the Painter
This exhibition presents 23 paintings and drawings by this little-known Cork artist who has spent most of his adult life in care.
12 Nov 2002 17 Mar 2003
This exhibition is the result of two residencies by the artist Terry O’Farrell - one a long-term project with older people, the other a short-term residency with young children.
31 Oct 2002 09 Mar 2003
Willie Doherty: False Memory
'False Memory' is the first substantial showing of Willie Doherty’s work in Ireland and one of the largest exhibitions of his work anywhere to date.