List of past exhibitions sorted in descending order by date, most recent appears first
12 Oct 2013 13 Apr 2014
One Foot in the Real World
Drawing on IMMA’s Collection, One Foot in the Real World, includes works that explore the urban environment, the everyday or the domestic. Elements of architecture and design recur as points of departure in the works; such as bricks; the keyhole; the window; the door and the table.
Klara Lidén: The Myth of Progress
IMMA presents the first solo exhibition in Ireland by Swedish-born artist Klara Lidén, featuring a selection of her Poster Paintings, accompanied by a film work.
12 Oct 2013 23 Feb 2014
In The Line of Beauty
In The Line of Beauty examines artists’ embrace of, and quiet fascination with, the beauty of objects, as well as their prescient awareness of the ways in which beauty and materiality can transform subjective experiences.
18 Sep 2013 26 Jan 2014
Leonora Carrington: The Celtic Surrealist
The first major retrospective of Leonora Carrington's work in Ireland, this iconic exhibition is a timely rediscovery of this Surrealist painter and her role in the Surrealist art movement.
22 Jun 2013 25 Aug 2013
Cloud Illusions I Recall
This exhibition offers a unique and wide-ranging exploration of the relationship between art and cinema, one which is central to contemporary art.
21 May 2013 01 Sep 2013
Willie Doherty: Secretion, 2012
IMMA presents the haunting film work Secretion, 2012, by leading Derry-born artist Willie Doherty in the Annex space at Earlsfort Terrace.
19 Apr 2013 01 Sep 2013
I knOw yoU
I knOw yoU is a dynamic exhibition by a new generation of young European artists. The exhibition takes a fresh look at contemporary art in Europe as a reflection of the exchange and openness that exists between artists working today.
12 Apr 2013 19 May 2013
Turner Prize Nominee at IMMA: Tino Sehgal, This Situation
This Situation offers Irish gallery-goers the first opportunity to experience British-German artist Tino Sehgal’s innovative approach to art, in which he responds to and engages with gallery visitors through the use of conversation, sound and movement.