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01 May 2015
26 Jul 2015
Karla Black
Karla Black is regarded as one of the pioneering contemporary artists of her generation. Experimenting with ways to float material, form and colour at eye level remains a constant preoccupation in Black’s work. This preoccupation will form a key thread in the exhibition at IMMA, which will present Black’s extraordinary creative output through a series of new works tailored for the spaces here, revealing the artist’s free, experimental way of working combined with a careful aesthetic judgement.

01 May 2015
26 Jul 2015
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 2015
20 Sep 2015
Stan Douglas: Mise en scène
We are delighted to present this major exhibition presented in collaboration with Kunsthaus Munich and Musée d'Art Contemporain de Nîmes. The exhibition focuses on Douglas’s recent photography, including the critically acclaimed series, Malabar People, Mid Century Studio and Disco Angola. The exhibition will include his major new film work Luanda Kinshasa.

06 Jun 2015
13 Sep 2015
Etel Adnan
Poet, artist and writer Etel Adnan was born in 1925 in Beirut and currently lives between California and Paris. Adnan studied literature at the Sorbonne, Paris, and philosophy at U.C Berkeley and Harvard. In 1984, she worked with Robert Wilson on his opera CIVILwarS and has exhibited internationally. Her recent publications include Master of the Eclipse (2009), Seasons (2008), In the Heart of the Heart of Another Country (2005), and In/somnia (2002).

12 Sep 2015
14 Feb 2016
What We Call Love - From Surrealism to Now
What We Call Love asks what does love mean in a society based more and more on individualism and consumption? How has the concept of love in the twentieth century evolved over time, and in what sense does it permeate art, from Surrealism to now? How does art represent love and what does it tell us about what love means in our contemporary culture?

10 Oct 2015
07 Feb 2016
Chloe Dewe Mathews: Shot at Dawn
Shot at Dawn is a new body of work by the British photographer Chloe Dewe Mathews that focuses on the sites at which British, French and Belgian troops were executed for cowardice and desertion between 1914 and 1918. The project comprises images of twenty-three locations at which the soldiers were shot or held in the period leading up to their execution. All are seasonally accurate and were taken as close as possible to the precise time of day at which the executions occurred.

07 Nov 2015
06 Mar 2016
Grace Weir, 3 Different Nights, recurring
IMMA presents an exhibition by one of Ireland’s most respected artists; Grace Weir. The exhibition will focus on a number of new works that will be supplemented by complementary existing works that span over 20 years of Weir’s creative output. She represented Ireland at the 49th International Venice Biennale and has exhibited widely both nationally and internationally, and is currently Artist-in-Residence in the School Of Physics, Trinity College Dublin.

12 Nov 2015
27 Mar 2016
IMMA Collection: Meetings: Into the Studio of Edward McGuire
Artist Nick Miller responds to the Edward McGuire Studio, part of the IMMA Collection, in an exhibition entitled Meetings: Into the Studio of Edward McGuire

12 Nov 2015
26 Mar 2016
IMMA Collection: Approaches to Paper
This IMMA Collection exhibition, Approaches to Paper, explores the practice of celebrated Irish Modernists such as Evie Hone and Mainie Jellett to exemplary contemporary artists such as Antony Gormley, Andrew Folan and Kiki Smith.

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