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.
IMMA Curator Seán Kissane observes how his own relationship with artworks in the exhibition Patrick Hennessy De Profundis has changed over the course of the show.
As part of the Curator's Voice series we invited curatorial duo RGKSKSRG (Rachael Gilbourne and Kate Strain) discuss their project This is Public & Sexy, a one-night collection of artworks, choreographer...
Lisa Moran, Curator: Education and Community Programmes, introduces a new programme entitled Art | Memory | Place beginning in October 2015 and running over the course of 2016.
The curators of the exhibition 'What We Call Love: From Surrealism to Now', introduce the core ideas and themes within the exhibition.
Karen Sweeney (Exhibitions, IMMA) introduces Karla Black's dynamic new body of sculptural work currently on show in the gallery spaces of IMMA.
IMMA curator Johanne Mullan dives into the National Collections with artist Dorothy Cross.
IMMA is hosting ROADKILL; an evening of live performance, installation, video and music by multi-disciplinary artists, programmed in parallel to the Primal Architecture exhibition.
Marguerite O'Molloy, Assistant Curator: Collections, talks about the current IMMA Collection display Conversations, and the recent introduction of works from Elaine Reichek and Helen Chadwick.
Marguerite O’Molloy, Assistant Curator: Collections, introduces a group of works by Elinor Wiltshire from the IMMA Collection, currently on show as part of the current IMMA Collection display Conversations. ...
October is the month that the art world flocks to London for the week long contemporary art fair known as Frieze. The Fair now also includes Frieze Masters where your cheque book can get you anything from a...
Karen Sweeney (Assistant Curator, Exhibitions, IMMA) introduces some of the artist's key ideas that inform the current exhibition Isabel Nolan : The weakened eye of day.
IMMA’s new festival SUMMER RISING incorporates food, art, music, film, workshops, performance, gardens and more over two weeks of activities for all ages taking place all around the IMMA site. Music curator ...
IMMA's Lisa Moran examines the current emphasis on women and art in IMMA's 2013/4 programme, reflecting on how it draws on and highlights IMMA’s rich history of exhibitions featuring female artists, who have...
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