Kevin Gaffney, still from Everything Disappears, 2014, HD video, 15 min 59 sec, Collection Irish Museum of Modern Art, Donated by Frank X. Buckley & Dr. Michael P. Burns through the Friends of the National Collections of Ireland (FNCI), 2015
Bharti Kher, Sisters, 2019, Clay, cement, wax, copper, 144.5 x 29 x 29 cm / 56 7/8 x 11 3/8 x 11 3/8 inches, Sculpture: 37.5 x 25.5 x 22.5 cm (both together), Cement plinth: 89.3 x 29 x 29 cm. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth
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BookDerek Jarman PROTEST!€35.00This major new publication offers a definitive overview of Derek Jarman’s life and work. It covers all aspects of his oeuvre, from his features to his Super-8 films, his painting, design for theatre, poetry, gardening, memoir and political activism.
Protest! contains excerpts from Jarman’s own writings, short interviews with friends and collaborators and newly commissioned texts from a wide range of contributors including John Maybury, Peter Tatchell, Philip Hoare, Sir Norman Rosenthal and Olivia Laing. Generously illustrated with previously unseen images drawn from Jarman’s personal archive and unseen works from all stages of his career, this book brings the reader fresh and surprising insights into the world of this much-loved artist.
CatalogueLife above Everything Lucian Freud and Jack B. Yeats, 2019€20.00With this catalogue, we are very pleased to present new research and responses by scholars, curators and artists, to both Lucian Freud and Jack B Yeats.
Edited by Christina Kennedy and Nathan O'Donnell with texts from David Dawson, William Feaver, James Finch, Róisín Kennedy, Hilary Pyle and Eithne Jordan.View Product
CatalogueDesire: A Revision IMMA, 2019€25.00This beautifully produced publication accompanies the exhibition, Desire: A Revision from the 20th Century to the Digital Age, featuring contributions from the exhibiting artists, co-curators and key contemporary thinkers from a variety of fields, ranging from poetry and philosophy to architecture and performanceView Product
CatalogueMary Swanzy Voyages€35.00IMMA are delighted to present this fully illustrated monograph on Mary Swanzy. It includes text by Curator Seán Kissane and biography by artist and researcher Liz Cullinane.View Product
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