British artist and filmmaker Isaac Julien effortlessly breaks down the barriers that exist between different artistic disciplines, drawing from and commenting on film, dance, photography, music, theatre, painting and sculpture, and uniting these to construct a powerful visual narrative.
13 Sep 2005 02 Oct 2005
Precaution is a group-exhibition, which involves an exciting and innovative collaboration between Young Fringe and the Irish Museum of Modern Art
03 Sep 2005 22 Sep 2005
ONE: healing with theatre
Dublin-based theatre company Pan Pan presents this film, shot in the homes of 100 actors – Irish, Polish, Dutch and Norwegian – as part of a large scale theatre project called ONE – Healing with theatre that has been in development for the last year.
20 Jul 2005 23 Oct 2005
This is the first showing in Ireland by the German artist Franz Ackermann, whose work comprises installations and wall paintings which focus on architecture and abstraction.
06 Jul 2005 02 Oct 2005
The White Stag Group
The White Stag Group centred around a number of British artists who based themselves in Ireland in the late 1930s and early ‘40s.
22 Jun 2005 04 Sep 2005
This exhibition is a mini-retrospective of the work of the American sculptor Catherine Lee.
03 Jun 2005 11 Sep 2005
This exhibition is the first large-scale survey of the work of the acclaimed Irish artist Dorothy Cross and forms part of a strand of programming at IMMA focusing on senior figures in Irish art, which has already included Kathy Prendergast and Willie Doherty.
26 Apr 2005 06 Nov 2005
Eye of the Storm: The IMMA Collection
This exhibition drawn from the IMMA Collection spans the period from 1940 onwards, with works by Jack B. Yeats, Louis le Brocquy, Patrick Scott, Robert Ballagh, Cecil King, James McKenna and Hilary Heron.