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Catherine Lee
SENTINEL VIII, 1999
Cast bronze with patination
freestanding with stainless steel plate & rod
244 x 114 x 20cm
Collection IMMA,
Donation, Sean Scully, 2005 | IMMA.1780
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Gary Hume
Back of Snowman, 2003
Bronze and crayon, 153 x 107 x 53cm
Collection IMMA, Purchase, 2005 | IMMA.1829
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Edward Delaney
Eve with Apple, 1958
Bronze, unique, 95 x 27 x 32 cm
Collection IMMA
Gift of Jack and Agnes Toohey
2009, Restored with the support of The Heritage Council and Goethe Institute | IMMA.1648
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Michael Kliën
Slattery's Lamp, Sediments of
an Ordinary Mind, 2004
Media-installation
350 x 80 x 30 cm
Collection Irish Museum of Modern Art
Donation, 2005 | IMMA.1914
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Liam Gillick
Signage for a 35 Floor Social
Centre, 2006
Aluminium, foam ex, stainless steel
Donation, by the artist, 2007 | IMMA.2105
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Barry Flanagan
The Drummer, 1996
Bronze, edition of 5, 483 x 185 x
316 cm, Collection IMMA,
Donated by the artist, 2001 | IMMA.1346
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Julian Opie
Escaped Animals, 2002, Vinyl, aluminium and steel, Dimensions variable, Collection Irish Museum of Modern Art, Commissioned by BALTIC, Gateshead and presented by BALTIC, and the artist, 2002 | IMMA.1517
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Fergus Martin
Barrel, 2020, Mirror-polished Stainless Steel,120 cm x 60 cm, Commissioned by the Office of Public Works for the Royal Hospital Kilmainham site, 2020
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Tony Cragg
Untitled, 1988, Bronze, 210 x 210 x 285 cm, Collection Irish Museum of Modern Art, Loan, Weltkunst Foundation, 1994
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Bernar Venet
217.5° Arc x 12, 2008, Cor-ten Steel, 280 x 645 x 240 cm, Collection Irish Museum of Modern Art, Loan, collection of the artist, 2008
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Oisín Kelly
Bust of Dorothy Walker, 1954, Bronze on Kilkenny Limestone plinth, 165.5 x 19.1 x 19.1 cm plinth, Collection Irish Museum of Modern Art, Donation, Walker Family, 2011
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Em’kal Eyongakpa
Mámbáy bebhɛp 43t / besáŋ berat / bakay nɛkɔ IMMA, Formal Gardens, Terrace
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CHROMA (Formal Gardens)
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FORERUNNER, Young Fossil (Front Lawn, Terrace and Studio Street)
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FORERUNNER, Young Fossil (Front Lawn, Terrace and Studio Street)
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FORERUNNER, Young Fossil (Front Lawn, Terrace and Studio Street)
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1. East Entrance/Exit 2. West Entrance/Exit 3. Courtyard 4. Main Building / Information 5. Lecture Room 6. Project Spaces 7. Garden Galleries 8. Studio Street 9. Front Lawn / People’s Pavilion 10. The Terrace 11. Formal Gardens 12. IMMA Haven 13. The Meadows 14. Bully’s Acre
1. SENTINEL VIII 2. Back of Snowman 3. Eve with Apple 4. Slattery's Lamp, Sediments of an Ordinary Mind 5. Signage for a 35 Floor Social Centre 6. The Drummer 7. Escaped Animals 8. Barrel 9. Untitled 10. 217.5° Arc x 12 11. Bust of Dorothy Walker 12. Mámbáy bebhɛp 43t / besáŋ berat / bakay nɛkɔ 13. CHROMA 14. FORERUNNER
There are a variety of surfaces on the paths in IMMA and the Royal Hospital Kilmainham grounds. Due to the natural terrain of the grounds some paths have steps /slopes, that may become slippery in wet weather. The sunken terraces in the formal garden are accessed by steps and therefore unsuitable for wheelchair users.