Join us at IMMA for a family exhibition that will make you light up!
Over the mid-term break join us at IMMA for Light Rhythms, an exhibition about sound, light and line that is activated by families and young people of all ages. In this space you will encounter artworks you can interact with to make your own light, colour and sound installations.
11 Feb 2014
IMMA launches programme for 2014
Details of the programme highlights taking place throughout 2014 at the Irish Museum of Modern Art and announced today (Tuesday 11 February) by IMMA’s Director, Sarah Glennie.
Pioneering scholar and acclaimed author Whitney Chadwick at IMMA
On the occasion of Leonora Carrington, The Celtic Surrealist, IMMA has invited pioneering scholar and acclaimed author, Whitney Chadwick to give a presentation based on her personal recollections of the challenges and rewards of working with the artist Leonora Carrington.
18 Sep 2013
IMMA reopens with Eileen Gray Exhibition
A major retrospective of the work of Eileen Gray, one of the most celebrated and influential designers and architects of the 20th-century, opens to the public on Saturday 12 October 2013 at the Irish Museum of Modern Art. The opening of Eileen Gray Architect Designer Painter coincides with the reopening of the main building at IMMA and the opening of three other exhibitions.
06 Aug 2013
Leonora Carrington: The Celtic Surrealist
The first major retrospective in Ireland of the work of Surrealist painter Leonora Carrington opens to the public on Wednesday 18 September 2013 in the Garden Galleries (formerly the New Galleries) at the Irish Museum of Modern Art. The Celtic Surrealist is a timely rediscovery of one of the last Surrealist painters and her role in the Surrealist art movement.
07 Jun 2013
An exhibition exploring art and cinema at the Irish Museum of Modern Art
An exhibition which explores the unique relationship between art and cinema opens to the public in the New Galleries at the Irish Museum of Modern Art in Kilmainham, Dublin 8, on Saturday 22 June 2013. IMMA invited artists Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and Cerith Wyn Evans to exhibit their work and explore concepts of the poetic and imagination that together make up the cinematic experience.