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...
Artist Stephan Doitschinoff, currently exhibiting at IMMA as part of As Above, So Below: Portals, Visions, Spirits & Mystics, will return to IMMA this July to present the CVLTO DO FVTVRV.
To celebrate the exhibition IMMA Collection: Freud Project, we asked advertising agency Irish International BBDO to create a 20 second advertisement that would capture the feeling of seeing a Freud work in t...
Are you living with dementia or do you know someone who is? IMMA is one of the lead partners of a programme called ‘Azure’ which aims to make art galleries and museums around Ireland dementia-friendly spaces.
We’re all familiar with the challenge that gift giving brings this time of year. The IMMA Shop has a beautiful offer with a selection of creative and unique gifts.
IMMA announces landmark Lucian Freud Project for Ireland alongside an expanded 2016 programme of new work celebrating the radical thinkers and activists whose vision for courageous social change in Ireland a...
One of Ireland’s best kept secrets, the IMMA Editions are a range of limited edition art prints, all exclusive to IMMA.
IMMA’s new shop comes to the rescue this year with a selection of creative and unique gifts.
On the approach of the centenary of Ireland’s Easter Rising and the subsequent establishment of the new Republic, IMMA is pleased to announce the exhibition, El Lissitzky: The Artist and the State.
Gerda Frömel: A Retrospective, is the first retrospective of the sculptor Gerda Frömel since 1976. Diogo Pimentão: Disequilibrium Displacement, is Pimentão's first presentation in Ireland.
IMMA, The Irish Museum of Modern Art, is pleased to announce highlights from our 2015 exhibition programme.
We want to wish all our visitors a very Happy Christmas and a joyous 2015. We are closed tomorrow and we reopen on Saturday 27th of December at 12noon.
Teresa Hubbard and Alexander Birchler have been working collaboratively in video, photography and sculpture since 1990. Sound Speed Marker is their first exhibition in Ireland.
As Christmas approaches we're all looking for great present ideas for loved one near and far. If you want to give something really unique, why not consider giving art as a gift this christmas? Not only will...
IMMA is currently presenting the first major exhibition in Dublin of the work of Irish-born artist Duncan Campbell, who last night won the 2014 Turner Prize, arguably the world’s most prestigious Art prize.
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