List of past exhibitions sorted in descending order by date, most recent appears first
07 Mar 2009 26 Apr 2009
This exhibition presents a significant selection of works by the internationally-renowned Irish artist James Coleman. A collaboration between three of Dublin’s leading cultural venues, the exhibition will take place at the Irish Museum of Modern Art; Project Arts Centre; and the Royal Hibernian Academy.
In Praise of Shadows
In Praise of Shadows focuses on shadows, shadow theatre and silhouettes, based on old and contemporary folk tales and simple narratives, it explores the traditional art form of shadow plays and their influence on the world of contemporary art in recent years.
05 Nov 2008 04 Jan 2009
This exhibition comprises some 50 abstract paintings, a series of watercolours on paper and a collection of coloured pencil drawings of flowers and plants by William McKeown, one of Ireland’s most highly regarded artists.
09 Sep 2008 25 Mar 2009
Exquisite Corpse is an exhibition of 17 works from the IMMA Collection that seeks to reveal a variety of perspectives on the Collection.
01 Aug 2008 31 Aug 2008
James Coleman: Background, 1991-94
This exhibition is the first showing in Ireland of the slide installation Background, 1991-94, by the internationally-acclaimed Irish artist, James Coleman.
Miquel Barceló: The African Work
Miquel Barceló: The African Work focuses on works inspired by Barceló’s frequent stays in West Africa, where he has been a regular visitor since 1988 and where he has had a home, in the Dogon area of Mali, since the early 1990s.
25 Jun 2008 28 Sep 2008
Janaina Tschäpe: Chimera
This is the first solo exhibition in Ireland by the vibrant German/Brazilian artist Janaina Tschäpe. Entitled Chimera, this exhibition is structured around the genetics of this fabled beast from ancient myth, to create a very specific atmosphere.
17 Jun 2008 29 Mar 2009
Self as Selves
Self as Selves is an exhibition of works from the IMMA Collection which explores the nature of ‘self’, as being a series of transitory states, always provisional, never fixed