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21 Dec 2015 IMMA takes art onto the streets of Dublin as part of the exhibition What We Call Love
IMMA will be providing a moment of contemplation amongst the frenzy of Christmas advertising with the artwork “Untitled” (The New Plan), 1991, by Cuban-born American artist Felix Gonzalez-Torres (1957-1996). As part of the exhibition What We Call Love: From Surrealism to Now (12 Sep 2015 – 7 Feb 2016) Gonzalez-Torres’ artwork will be presented on six billboards across six sites within Dublin city centre normally used for prime advertising space.

15 Dec 2015 Seamus Nolan: F**K IMMA │ What We Call Love
As part of the exhibition What We Call Love: From Surrealism to Now (12 Sep 2015– 7 Feb 2016), IMMA is delighted to present F**K IMMA (2015) a new commission by Irish Artist Seamus Nolan (Hotel Ballymun, 10th President).

28 Oct 2015 IMMA presents a major exhibition of new work by renowned Irish artist Grace Weir
IMMA presents the first Museum exhibition by one of Ireland’s most compelling and respected artists Grace Weir. 3 Different Nights, recurring is the largest exhibition of Grace Weir’s work to date, comprising some 30 works.

05 Oct 2015 IMMA presents new work by award winning British photographer Chloe Dewe Mathews
IMMA presents Shot at Dawn a new body of work by the British photographer Chloe Dewe Mathews that focuses on the sites at which soldiers from the British, French and Belgian armies were executed for cowardice and desertion during the First World War.

21 Sep 2015 Aoife Flynn appointed as Head of Audiences and Development of IMMA
The Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) is delighted to announce the appointment of Aoife Flynn to the new position of Head of Audiences and Development.

05 Aug 2015 What We Call Love: From Surrealism to Now at IMMA
In September, the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) presents one of its most ambitious and compelling shows ever, tackling a subject that is part of everyone’s lives: LOVE. What We Call Love: From Surrealism to Now explores how the notion of love has evolved within the 20th and 21st centuries. How have seismic sociological changes concerning sexuality, marriage and intimacy, alongside developments in gender issues, affected the way we conceive of love? How does visual art, from Surrealism to the present day, deal with love and what can these artistic representations tell us about what love means in our current culture?

21 Jul 2015 El Lissitzky: The Artist and the State
IMMA presents El Lissitzky: The Artist and the State, as we approach the centenary of Ireland’s Easter Rising and reflect on the vibrant artistic and cultural community who gave voice to a new image for the emerging state and a visual language for its’ politics. This exhibition places this local reflection within a broader global consideration of the role of artists in the imagination of emergent states of the early 20th century and a contemporary reflection on the task of the artist in relation to civil society.

27 May 2015 Law firm Matheson commits to three-year partnership supporting new art at IMMA
Law firm Matheson and the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) have confirmed a major three-year partnership supporting New Art. The relationship will see Matheson supporting approximately ten exhibitions per year at IMMA and the commitment will enable the commissioning of new work in 2015.

22 May 2015 IMMA announces the programme for SUMMER RISING: The IMMA Festival
Following the hugely successful first edition of the summer festival in 2014, IMMA announces programme details of SUMMER RISING in 2015 with a 10 day line-up of events for all ages from Thursday 4 to Sunday 14 June 2015.

20 May 2015 Etel Adnan at the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA)
IMMA presents the work of Lebanese artist, poet, and writer Etel Adnan in a solo exhibition of 30 works opening at IMMA on 5 June 2015. Now in her 90s, Etel Adnan is an extraordinary creative voice and force of artistic renown. She moves freely between writing and art, poetry and tapestry. Many of these creative strands are denoted in the works on display in this exhibition.

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