List of past exhibitions sorted in descending order by†date, most†recent appears first
13 Jul 1999 26 Sep 1999
This exhibition marks a new collaboration between the Collection, Garter Lane Arts Centre, Waterford, and the Museum's National Programme.
23 Jun 1999 12 Sep 1999
Callum Innes' exhibition is part of an ongoing strand of programming at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, which aims to bring important new international art to Ireland, as well as responding to new developments in art in Ireland.
Joseph Beuys Multiples
This major exhibition of Multiples, or works produced in editions, by the legendary German artist Joseph Beuys (1921-86), is the largest exhibition of Beuys' work seen in Ireland and one of the most important showings of his multiples ever organised.
11 Mar 1999 16 May 1999
‘...and start to wear purple’
This exhibition explores the development of the Museum's Education and Community Programme for St Michael's Parish Active Retirement Association , Inchicore, and presents models of practice for museums working with older people.
03 Feb 1999 21 Feb 1999
The Nissan Art Project
The 1998/9 Nissan Art Project, one of the largest visual arts sponsorships in Ireland, was awarded to the Irish sculptor Dorothy Cross.
20 Nov 1998 18 Apr 1999
Ilya and Emilia Kabakov : The Children's Hospital
The Children's Hospital, the first exhibition in Ireland by the distinguished Russian installation artists Ilya and Emilia Kabakov, sees the Museum's East Wing transformed into a children's hospital ward.
23 Oct 1998 04 Mar 1999
Hughie O'Donoghue : Corp
This exhibition of paintings and drawings by the British-born painter Hughie O'Donoghue, is his first exhibition on this scale in Ireland.
24 Sep 1998 17 Jan 1999
Representations of the Famine
Representations of the Famine comprised a series of 19th-century works from public and private collections in Britain and Ireland dealing with Anglo-Irish relations, emigration, eviction and racial stereotyping.
22 Jul 1998 01 Nov 1998
William Scott : Paintings and Drawings
This major exhibition of the work of William Scott (1913-1989), one of the most influential British artists of the 1950s and '60s, was the most comprehensive showing of Scott's work for many years.