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
10,000 to 50: Contemporary Art from the Members of Business to Arts
Celebrating 20 years of the organisation Business to Arts, and the visual art collections of its members, the exhibition 10,000 to 50: Contemporary Art from the Members of Business to Arts reflects the collecting and support of the Irish private and public sector for contemporary visual art in Ireland over two decades.
This exhibition, by one of America’s most inventive and evocative artists Jack Pierson, is a survey of his work from the 1980s to date. Comprising some 45 works, the exhibition includes Pierson’s iconic photographs, drawings and installations; as well as his renowned word sculptures.
27 Feb 2008 18 May 2008
Cecil King: A Legacy of Painting
Spanning the entire career of the highly-regarded Irish artist Cecil King this exhibition comprises some 50 works and concentrates on the ‘hard edge’ paintings for which the artist is especially well known.