List of past exhibitions sorted in descending order by date, most recent appears first
05 Oct 2007
Ryoji Ikeda: Performance
This one-off performance by the innovative Japanese sound artist, Ryoji Ikeda, will take place in IMMA’s Great Hall on 5 October at 8.00pm. This performance includes two works C4I and Datamatics.
27 Jul 2007 26 Aug 2007
James Coleman: Lapsus Exposure, 1992-94
This exhibition comprises the installation, Lapsus Exposure, 1992–94, the second work in a trilogy by the internationally-acclaimed Irish artist James Coleman, being shown in the Great Hall at IMMA.
14 Jul 2007
Michael Timpson, “The Joint Was A-Jumpin"
The Irish Museum of Modern Art invites you to participate to a new, vibrant and engaging site specific performance by internationally acclaimed performance artist and sculptor Michael Timpson.
11 Jul 2007 14 Oct 2007
The first solo exhibition in Europe by Nalini Malani, one of India’s most prominent artists, comprises paintings, wall drawings, video installations and a shadow play. The exhibition provides an overview of Malani’s career and includes new work completed in 2007.
27 Jun 2007 30 Sep 2007
Anne Madden: A Retrospective
This exhibition is a major retrospective of one of Ireland’s most highly-regarded painters. Spanning Madden’s entire artistic career, it comprises some 60 works from the 1950s to date, and includes a number of recent works direct from the artist’s studio.
06 Jun 2007 02 Sep 2007
Lucian Freud - IMMA - 2007
Lucian Freud is arguably the most important and distinguished figurative painter working today. This exhibition comprises some 50 paintings and 20 works on paper and etchings from the last six decades, several being completed just months prior to the exhibition and others never shown before in a public venue.
Alexander Calder and Joan Miró
This exhibition, in IMMA’s courtyard, presents a selection of sculptural works by the renowned Spanish painter and sculptor Joan Miró and the distinguished American sculptor Alexander Calder.
28 Mar 2007 07 May 2007
This is the first solo museum exhibition in Europe of the work of Shahzia Sikander. Comprising some 25 works the exhibition provides a brief overview of her career and focuses on her most recent practice.