List of past exhibitions sorted in descending order by date, most recent appears first
20 Jul 2011 09 Oct 2011
Out of the Dark Room: The David Kronn Collection
This exhibition is drawn form a collection of more than 450 photographs brought together by the American collector David Kronn. The collection ranges in content from 19th century Daguerreotypes to the modern photography of Edward Weston and August Sander and works from award-winning contemporary photographers, such as Trine Sondergaard and Simon Norfolk. It is particularly strong in its representation of Irving Penn, Kenneth Josephson and Harry Callahan.
15 Jun 2011 18 Sep 2011
Organised to mark Barrie Cooke’s 80th birthday, this exhibition includes some 70 paintings and sculptural works from the early 1960s to the present. It also draws from the Museum’s own significant holding of his works.
Gerald Barry - The Intelligence Park
Gerald Barry’s opera, The Intelligence Park, widely regarded as one of the most innovative and compelling operas of recent times, will be presented in a concert performance at IMMA on Wednesday 18 May 2011.
07 May 2011 08 May 2011
Orla Barry: The Scavenger's Daughters
The Scavenger’s Daughters is a performance work by leading Irish artist Orla Barry. The work is an ambiguous portrait of two sisters and, like much of Barry’s work, is rooted in the tensions between visual and literary representation.
07 May 2011 27 May 2011
IMMA 20th Anniversary Performance Season
To celebrate its 20th anniversary in May 2011, the Irish Museum of Modern Art is staging a special season of performances, with the assistance of additional funding made available by the Department of Arts, Heritage and Gaeltacht Affairs.
Philip Taaffe - Anima Mundi
This survey exhibition of the work of the American painter Philip Taaffe, features 34 mixed media, mostly abstract paintings from the last ten years.
23 Mar 2011 12 Jun 2011
Old Master Prints: The Madden Arnholz Collection
This exhibition of Old Master prints includes work by some of the most famous artists ever to work with print-making, these include Albrecht Dürer, Francisco de Goya, William Hogarth and Rembrandt van Rijn.
23 Mar 2011 12 Jun 2011
Les Levine Mindful Media: Three Works from the 1970s
Regarded as the founder of Media Art, New York based, Irish artist Les Levine has donated to IMMA three series of etching and photographic works made in the 1970s. In the works, he mixes text and image to reinforce his belief that social and political problems are valid concerns for art.