Celebrated ĎConversationsí Photography Exhibit to Open at IMMA
An exhibition of more than 100 photographs drawn from the renowned Bank of America Collection, one of the largest and most comprehensive corporate art collections in the world, opens to the public in Dublin at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Wednesday 22 February 2012.
19 Jan 2012
Literary weekend at IMMA
To mark the closing weekend of the exhibition Rivane Neuenschwander: A Day Like Any Other at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, IMMA is holding a weekend of literary events on Friday 27 and Sunday 29 January 2012.
13 Jan 2012
IMMA Announces Appointment of New Director
The Chairperson and Board of the Irish Museum of Modern Art today (13 January 2012) announced the appointment of Sarah Glennie, currently Director of the Irish Film Institute, as the new Director of IMMA, where she previously held the post of Curator from 1997 to 2001.
11 Nov 2011
Minister Deenihan Announces Use of Exhibition Space at Earlsfort Terrace by IMMA
The Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Jimmy Deenihan, TD, announced that, following its success as the main venue for Dublin Contemporary 2011, the exhibition space at Earlsfort Terrace will be made available to the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) in 2012 during the closure of the main building at Kilmainham.
Choreographic exhibition created in response to Irelandís legislature opens at IMMA
An unconventional new work by the distinguished Austrian choreographer Michael KliŽn, created following a two-week sojourn in DŠil …ireann, will be presented at the Irish Museum of Modern Art from Tuesday 4 to Sunday 9 October 2011. In SILENT WITNESS Ė A DANCING MAN KliŽn will present a response, in the form of a performance, to the workings of Irelandís legislature, based on his personal observations and on his interaction with a range of individuals during his stay.
Thai filmmaker and 2010 Cannes Palme d'Or prize winner showing at IMMA
The Irish Museum of Modern Art is presenting the first Irish exhibition by the internationally acclaimed Thai artist and film-maker Apichatpong Weerasethakul. Opening to the public on Wednesday, 27 July 2011, For Tomorrow For Tonight features new work that explores the theme of night through video, photographs and installation. Weerasethakul is the winner of the prestigious 2010 Cannes Film Festival Palme d'Or prize for Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives.