List of past exhibitions sorted in descending order by†date, most†recent appears first
31 May 2012 02 Sep 2012
Time out of Mind: Works from the IMMA Collection
FINAL WEEK: IMMA will have a city centre presence for the first time in its new exhibition space at the National Concert Hall (NCH) in Earlsfort Terrace. The buildingís history as a medical school has inspired a new exhibition from IMMAís Collection, Time out of Mind, curated as an open composition that will allow multiple readings and experiences.
Conversations: Photography from the Bank of America Collection
Conversations comprises more than 100 photographs drawn from the renowned Bank of America Collection. The exhibition documents the evolution of photography since the 1850s and presents some of the most notable photographers of the 19th and 20th-centuries.
16 Nov 2011 29 Jan 2012
Rivane Neuenschwander: A Day Like Any Other
This major mid-career survey of the work of the internationally admired Brazilian artist Rivane Neuenschwander covers a decade of her work. A Day Like Any Other highlights her unique contribution to the narrative of Brazilian Conceptualism and reveals her wide ranging, interdisciplinary practice.
Susana Solano: Carmen, 2011
Barcelona-based artist Susana Solano has been commissioned by IMMA to install a large stainless steel sculptural work Carmen in the 18th-century cloistered cobbled Courtyard at the heart of IMMAís buildings.
Gerard Byrne: Through The Eyes
Artist Gerard Byrne works primarily in film and photography, which he presents as ambitious large-scale installations, to question how images are constructed, transmitted and mediated.
20 Jul 2011 09 Oct 2011
Out of the Dark Room: The David Kronn Collection
This exhibition is drawn form a collection of more than 450 photographs brought together by the American collector David Kronn. The collection ranges in content from 19th century Daguerreotypes to the modern photography of Edward Weston and August Sander and works from award-winning contemporary photographers, such as Trine Sondergaard and Simon Norfolk. It is particularly strong in its representation of Irving Penn, Kenneth Josephson and Harry Callahan.