Walker and Walker have collaborated professionally since 1989 and have become one of Ireland’s most highly regarded artists internationally. Nowhere without no(w) showcases a number of pre-existing works fro...
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 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.
Looking at the return to figuration in contemporary art practice, Altfest is one of several artists invited to respond on the affinities and influences that contemporary artists continue to share with Freud.
Susan MacWilliam was invited by IMMA to respond to their exhibition, As Above, So Below: Portals, Visions, Spirits & Mystics, and to work with Alice Butler and Daniel Fitzpatrick to develop a screening.
As we enter the final weekend of Emily Jacir’s exhibition at IMMA ‘Europa’, ending this Sunday 26 February, we hear from Emily Jacir on the second week of her workshop “To Be Determined (for Jean)” which too...
This month we are presenting "To Be Determined" a workshop with artist Emily Jacir in conjunction with her current exhibition at IMMA - Europa.
Cherry Smyth, poet, curator and art writer, is one of the collaborators in Jaki Irvine's new work 'If the Ground Should Open...', a major new commission for IMMA.
We are delighted to be able to publish, for the first time, a new work by Doireann written in response to the current retrospective of Carol Rama here at IMMA (closing 1 Aug 2016).
IMMA recently invited writer Sue Rainsford to respond to Niamh O’Malley’s The Memorial Gardens, 2008, which is featured in our current exhibition IMMA Collection: A Decade. The response is in the context of ...
Teresa Gillespie response to a current IMMA exhibition by influential Italian artist Carol Rama 'The Passion According to Carol Rama'.
Writer Sue Rainsford reflects on Niamh O’Malley’s Memorial Gardens, 2008, featured in IMMA’s exhibition IMMA Collection: A Decade.
E.gress, by artist Marie Brett and musician Kevin O’Shanahan, maps a world of loss and change, exploring how individuals diagnosed with dementia find new ways to adjust to changing world.
On 8 July 2015, Household collective held a collaborative dinner at IMMA to mark the end of the exhibition More Than One Maker.
Over the summer, IMMA’s series of artist-led holiday workshops continued for teens aged 12 to 18. Janine Davidson led the first workshop in June, and John O'Connell led the second in July.
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