New Members Scheme at IMMA
The Irish Museum of Modern Art today (Tuesday 2 May) announced a new Members Scheme, which offers greatly increased opportunities for those interested in the visual arts to become directly involved in assisting the Museum’s work.
02 May 2006
Display of Louis le Brocquy Works at IMMA
A display of seven major works by the distinguished Irish artist Louis le Brocquy, organised to mark his ninetieth year, opens to the public at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Wednesday 10 May 2006.
27 Apr 2006
Irish Art of the Seventies at IMMA
A new exhibition from the Irish Museum of Modern Art’s Collection, presenting some 50 works by Irish artists from the pivotal decade of the 1970s, opens to the public at IMMA on Wednesday 10 May 2006.
Magnum Ireland at the Irish Museum of Modern Art
A major exhibition of photographs taken in Ireland by members of the celebrated Magnum group of international photographers opens to the public at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Wednesday 19 April 2006.
Orla Barry at IMMA
An exhibition by the highly-regarded Irish artist Orla Barry, including a major new film work, Portable Stones, 2005, being shown for the first time in Ireland, opens to the public at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Wednesday 8 March 2006.
25 Jan 2006
Minister Announces IMMA Programme for 2006
Large-scale exhibitions by such leading artists as Howard Hodgkin and Michael Craig-Martin; a wide-ranging exhibition of Irish art from the 1970s, and a major symposium on access policies and programmes in contemporary art museums are all part of an exciting and diverse programme for 2006 at IMMA.
12 Jan 2006
Howard Hodgkin at IMMA
A major retrospective of the work of Howard Hodgkin, one of Britain’s leading post-war painters, opens to the public at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Wednesday 22 February 2006.
11 Jan 2006
Abstraction exhibition at the Irish Museum of Modern Art
An exhibition of some 90 rarely seen works by three artists who pioneered the development of modern abstraction: Hilma af Klint (Sweden, 1862 - 1963), Emma Kunz (Switzerland, 1892 - 1963) and Agnes Martin (Canada/US, 1912 - 2004).