Caoimhín Mac Giolla Léith, writer and Senior Lecturer in Modern Irish at University College Dublin, examines the work of Fergus Martin as part of the IMMA Collection: Then and Now series.
EDIT #002 by Sophie Byrne invites contributors to unravel some of the most pertinent issues to arise out the paradigm of the network. Recognised challenges and possibilities are set against the backdrop of D...
For the IMMA Edit #002, Berlin based art critic Dr. Rebecca O' Dwyer points to how the ‘physicality’ of the network, or lack thereof, preoccupies the work of game changing artists.
Media theorist and philosopher Charles Melvin Ess of Oslo University, inserts the debate of ethics into the traditions of existential thinking for the IMMA Edit #002.
Writer and researcher Jessica Foley, who works between worlds of art, network engineering and urban geography, plays with modes of art blogging and creative criticism in this piece for the IMMA Edit #002, us...
Read a variety of online articles from leading artists, curators, staff, researchers, academics, and other contributors, that explore the thinking and making behind contemporary art practice today.
Exploring Iranian art in conjunction with 'Sunset Sunrise' by Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian we invited curator Vali Mahlouj to examine the relationship between revolutions and repression of art.
Exploring the work of Iranian artist Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian, Patricia Brennan from IMMA’s Visitor Engagement Team, takes a closer look at Farmanfarmaian’s Persian influences focusing on the artwork S...
We invite Arthur Seefahrt poet, writer and member of the IMMAs Visitor Engagement Team, to reflect on the fascinating ecology that underline Wright’s curatorial configurations of Freud, and inclusion of the ...
Writer and researcher Sue Rainsford sits down with artist Daphne Wright to explore her curation of the IMMA Collection: Freud Project exhibition Ethics of Scrutiny.
We invited Dr Nathan O'Donnell, currently IRC Enterprise Postdoctoral Research Fellow in connection with the IMMA Collection: Freud Project, to write on the relationship between Lucian Freud and Frank Bowling.
Emer Lynch, Curatorial Assistant, Collections, IMMA reflects on the decade that has passed since The Burial of Patrick Ireland and the artist's recent visit to IMMA where he was awarded the Freedom of Roscom...
We invited curator Jonathan Carroll to respond to the subject of Rosc focusing in particular in the legacy of Rosc and its position within an international context.
When the 50th anniversary of the first Rosc came onto the radar of the programming team at IMMA we sent a long time discussing what our response would be.
We invited Irish Artist Susan Connolly to respond to the work of Lucian Freud at IMMA. A key aspect to the IMMA Collection: Freud Project is the response of contemporary artists to his work.
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