List of past Collection exhibitions sorted in descending order by date, most recent appears first
19 Nov 2015 02 May 2016
IMMA Collection: Approaches to paper
This exhibition explores the material qualities of paper and the significance of preparatory work in studio practice. Artists include Edward Allington, Andrew Folan, Antony Gormley, Alice Maher, Hughie O’Donoghue, Kiki Smith, Kara Walker and Hermione Wiltshire.
IMMA Collection: Fragments
This exhibition borrows its title from Philosopher Walter Benjamin’s comparison of the work of translation to re-assembling fragments of a broken vase – the individual fragments must come together, but need not be like each other. This could also be taken as an allegory for exhibition making, or collecting.
06 Jun 2014 09 Nov 2014
Caroline McCarthy’s remarkable site-specific installation, Group Coordination (Red), 2011, lends its title to an exhibition of works selected from the IMMA Collection and which includes three recent pieces on loan from the artist's studio.
06 Jun 2014 04 May 2015
IMMA Collection: Conversations
Conversations is a selection of diverse displays from the IMMA Collection that present the idea of dialogue on a number of levels.
03 May 2014 15 Jun 2014
Beverly Semmes: Big Silver and One Green Leaf
For this exhibition we are delighted to present a work from the IMMA Collection in an expanded context. IMMA approached the New York-based artist Beverly Semmes, who has collaborated with us on this project, and has generously lent work from her studio and has given unprecedented access to her archive.
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.
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.