List of past exhibitions sorted in descending order by date, most recent appears first
15 Apr 2014 27 Apr 2014
Originally grouped in the context of a large thematic exhibition from the IMMA Collection 'One Foot in the Real World', ten works from the IMMA Collection are currently installed and will remain on show until 27 April.
05 Apr 2014 22 Jun 2014
Sheela Gowda: Open Eye Policy
This exhibition provides Irish audiences the opportunity to discover the work of this extraordinary artist, who this year was nominated for the prestigious Hugo Boss Prize.
08 Mar 2014 11 May 2014
Vong Phaophanit: Line Writing
IMMA is delighted to be re-installing Line Writing by Vong Phaophanit which continues the presentation of complex single-room installations made for the IMMA building.
08 Mar 2014 08 Jun 2014
Are jee be? Haroon Mirza
IMMA continues its commitment in showcasing some of the most exciting international artists working today with the first museum exhibition in Ireland of renowned British artist Haroon Mirza.
16 Feb 2014 22 Jun 2014
Patrick Scott: Image Space Light
IMMA and VISUAL, Carlow, are delighted to present a major exhibition of the work of Irish artist Patrick Scott, showing across the two venues as a single exhibition, it brings together the most comprehensive representation of this remarkable artist’s 75 year long career.
Pictiúr – Exhibition of Children’s Book Illustrations
Pictiúr is an exciting touring exhibition of 21 of Ireland’s leading children’s book illustrators, the exhibition comprises 42 art pieces, including illustrations from books written in English and Irish. Don't miss Pictiúr Family Day on Sat 11 January!
03 Nov 2013 26 Jan 2014
IAF @ IMMA: The Everyday Experience
In an exciting new initiative IMMA has invited the Irish Architecture Foundation to take over a gallery space during the Eileen Gray exhibition. The IAF’s activity comprises of an exhibition The Everyday Experience of national and international architects.
12 Oct 2013 13 Apr 2014
One Foot in the Real World
Drawing on IMMA’s Collection, One Foot in the Real World, includes works that explore the urban environment, the everyday or the domestic. Elements of architecture and design recur as points of departure in the works; such as bricks; the keyhole; the window; the door and the table.