In association with IMMA's 2019 programme, Dublin based writer and researcher Eva Kenny explores overlapping themes of borders - Northern Ireland, Brexit and Civil Rights, that comes to the fore in Cammock’s...
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.
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...
The exhibition What We Call Love examines how artists have responded to love in their work, from Surrealism to the current day. Through this lens the exhibition explores how the notion of love.
In our fourth and final Love Blog, Dr Rebecca Chiyoko King-O’Riain examines "notions of love over distance and meditated by technology" in her blog Global Love on Skype.
In our final blog of 2015 and as part of our Love Blog series, Andrew Hyland looks back to 23 May 2015 when the ground breaking Marriage Equality Referendum received a Yes vote in his article Love's majesty....
In association with the exhibition What We Call Love, Dr Noel Kavanagh asks the question: Do I lie when I say I love you? Check out Noel's nominated pop song in his concluding reflection.
This is the first of our Love Blogs in a series commissioned by IMMA in association with the exhibition What We Call Love: From Surrealism to Now. Upcoming articles in the series include Dr Noel Kavanagh A P...
The curators of the exhibition 'What We Call Love: From Surrealism to Now', introduce the core ideas and themes within the exhibition.
On 5 June 2015, IMMA opened a new exhibition of works by Etel Adnan. In this video, Senior Curator Rachael Thomas speaks with Etel in her home in Paris, France about her art and poetry.
In this video, Christina Kennedy (Senior Curator, IMMA) provides an in-depth look at a new rope drawing by Brian O'Doherty.
In summer 2014 IMMA resident Antonia Low was invited to be part of Dating Service Oslo/Berlin, an exhibition curated by Andreas Schlaegel, at the exhibition space AUTOCENTER (Berlin).
IMMA, The Irish Museum of Modern Art, is pleased to announce highlights from our 2015 exhibition programme.
[caption id="attachment_586" align="aligncenter" width="611"] Pictured left to right; Dorothy Cross, Rugby Ball, 2005 (detail), Patrick Scott, Untitled, 2009 (detail) Isaac Julien, Hate/Love, 2006 (detail), ...
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