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Gallery Voices

IMMA International Summer School, ART AND POLITICS #3 containment

This year’s IMMA International Summer School focuses on the theme of containment and takes place online between 21 June and 9 July 2021. In this article Lisa Moran and Nathan O'Donnell outline this multi-ann...

by Lisa Moran & Nathan O'Donnell / Sun Jun 6th, 2021
Gallery Voices

IMMA 30: Celebrating 30 years of Studio 10

As part of  IMMA's 30th Birthday celebrations Helen O'Donoghue, IMMA's Head of Engagement & Learning, shares with us the story of Studio 10, IMMA's longest running Engagement & Learning Programme which start...

by Helen O'Donoghue / Thu May 20th, 2021
Uncategorized

The Green Journal: Spring

In this second Green Journal entry, Sandra Murphy from our Visitor and Engagement team , will keep you updated on some of the seasonal changes on the grounds at IMMA. Topics include some tips on how to creat...

by Sandra Murphy / Sun Apr 11th, 2021
Members

IMMA Members Trip to Carlow and Kilkenny

In this Magazine Article, Stephen Taylor from our Development Team describes one of the highlights of last years IMMA Members Calendar,  a visit to the studio of artist Eamon Colman.

by Stephen Taylor / Wed Jun 17th, 2020
Collection

IMMA Collection. Gordon Lambert Collection

Businessman and collector Gordon Lambert was a loyal and generous supporter of IMMA since the campaign for its creation began in the 1980s. His private collection of over 300 artworks joined the museum short...

by Ciara Ball / Mon Jun 1st, 2020
Gallery Voices

At Home With Louise

To mark the tenth anniversary of Louise Bourgeois death, Brigid Mc Clean time travels to take another look at Bourgeois’s exhibition, Stitches in Time, shown at IMMA seventeen years ago.

by Brigid McClean / Fri May 29th, 2020
Collection

IMMA Collection. Solitude, isolation and communication

This article explores the themes of solitude, isolation and communication through artworks from the IMMA Collection. In the context of living under lockdown, this selection brings together a range of artwork...

by Claire Walsh / Fri May 29th, 2020
Gallery Voices

Famous Five Go Wild at IMMA

While the IMMA site is closed we will continue to explore the biodiversity of the IMMA site in this series of articles by Sandra Murphy from our Visitor Engagement Team. This time Sandra looks at the butterf...

by Sandra Murphy / Sun May 17th, 2020
Collection / Curator's Voice

IMMA Collection and Our Place in Space

This week our daily #IMMACollection social media posts explored the theme ‘Our Place in Space’. Our Head of Collections, Christina Kennedy, selected 7 works, one a day, that connect with this theme.

by Christina Kennedy / Fri Apr 24th, 2020
Curator's Voice

Two artists – Janet Mullarney and Tim Robinson

Here we reflect on two remarkable artists and people, Janet Mullarney and Tim Robinson, who we had the pleasure to work with and get to know over many years. Our thoughts are with their families and many fri...

by / Thu Apr 9th, 2020
Gallery Voices

Exploring Bharti Kher’s Virus Series

The exhibition A Consummate Joy by Bharti Kher was due to open to the public at IMMA on Friday 13th March 2020. This was the day public buildings were closed due to concerns about the spread of COVID-19. Thi...

by Annie Lynnott / Thu Apr 9th, 2020
Curator's Voice

A Vague Anxiety by Seán Kissane

The exhibition A Vague Anxiety at IMMA invited a range of emerging Irish and international artists to consider the macro and micro anxieties that inform a certain experience of the world today. In this essay...

by Seán Kissane / Thu Aug 22nd, 2019
Gallery Voices

Monir’s Garden

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...

by Patricia Brennan / Wed Nov 14th, 2018
Artist's Voice

Slow Looking & Porous Links in The Ethics of Scrutiny

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.

by Sue Rainsford / Fri Aug 24th, 2018
Commission / Gallery Voices / IMMA Talks

The Devastation of the People

Dr. Lisa Godson, NCAD interviews Nancy Scheper-Hughes, the author of seminal anthropological text 'Saints, Scholars and Schizophrenics', a key inspiration for artist Duncan Campbell's new IMMA commission.

by Lisa Godson / Tue May 2nd, 2017
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