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Gallery Voices

Statue Wars

In this article Lisa Moran, Curator of Engagement & Learning Programmes at IMMA, considers the current debates about the role of statues and monuments in terms of the role of the Royal Hospital Kilmainham as...

by Lisa Moran / Mon Jul 13th, 2020
Gallery Voices

The Secret Seven Go Fly at IMMA

Over recent weeks IMMA has been preparing for re-opening, as restrictions have been reduced nationwide, we are delighted that the grounds at IMMA are now once again fully open to the public. In this article,...

by Sandra Murphy / Fri Jul 10th, 2020
Commission

Derek Jarman’s Garden by Susan Thomson

Besides such places as The Stonewall Inn, there are few physical places that are part of LGBTQ I+ cultural history - Derek Jarman's Prospect Cottage is one of them. Writer and filmmaker Susan Thomson takes u...

by Susan Thomson / Sat Jun 27th, 2020
Curator's Voice

Curating at IMMA, through a queer lens by Seán Kissane

Seán Kissane, Curator of Exhibitions at IMMA, looks back at the exhibition on Patrick Hennessy he curated in 2016. Hennessy was one of the first Irish artists to depict his life as a gay man in the face of s...

by Seán Kissane / Thu Jun 25th, 2020
Collection

Celebrating Pride: A queer eye on the collection

On 28 June 1969 police raided The Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in Greenwich village New York, the 200 patrons resisted against the discriminatory police raid and rioted. A year later a committee was formed to co...

by Chris Jones / Tue Jun 23rd, 2020
Collection

IMMA Collection. Exploring the rainbow colours through the IMMA Collection

In this Magazine article Ciara Ball from our Visitor Engagement Team explores the rainbow colours through selected artworks from the IMMA Collection.

by Ciara Ball / Mon May 18th, 2020
Gallery Voices

Drawing from a lost well

National Drawing Day takes place today Saturday 16 May and although we cannot draw in the galleries this year IMMA is looking to explore our local and more immediate environment. In this article Barry Kehoe ...

by Barry Kehoe / Sat May 16th, 2020
Collection

IMMA Collection. Ulla von Brandenburg Tarot Cards

Ulla von Brandenburg's 79 piece tarot set was created, together with designer Clemens Hanicht, on the occasion of her solo exhibition, 'Whose beginning is not, nor end cannot be', in IMMA in 2008. This week,...

by Chris Jones / Tue May 5th, 2020
Gallery Voices

Growing Wild at IMMA

We are delighted to present a new series exploring the biodiversity of the IMMA site. Although the grounds of IMMA are currently closed Sandra Murphy, from our Visitor Engagement Team, would like to share wi...

by Sandra Murphy / Fri Apr 24th, 2020
Collection

IMMA Collection. Summer days

Here comes the sun… As we have now changed our clocks to daylight saving time and the evenings finally begin to stretch, a sense of warmer, brighter days around the corner may be helping to keep spirits up i...

by Ciara Ball / Wed Apr 22nd, 2020
Freud Project

Karol Radziszewski: Queering the Archive in Eastern Europe

On Sat 1 Feb 2020, we will present a series of events titled ‘Queering the Archive’, to look closer at the private and public nature and queer archives and how these can be put to creative and public use. In...

by Nathan O'Donnell / Tue Jan 21st, 2020
Young People

IMMA After’s accomplishments 2018-2019

Diana Bamimeke is a writer, independent curator and student from Dublin. They were a part of the coordinating team for IMMA After, an IMMA initiative for 18-30 year olds that delivered impactful events refle...

by / Fri Dec 27th, 2019
Collection

Encounters with Freud

We invited Fionna Barber, Reader in Art History at Manchester School of Art, to respond to Gaze, the third exhibition in the IMMA Collection: Freud Project. The exhibition is concerned with the human gaze; o...

by Fionna Barber / Tue May 14th, 2019
Visual Art

Helen Cammock: The Long Note at IMMA by Eva Kenny

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...

by Eva Kenny / Thu Apr 18th, 2019
Collection

Fergus Martin, Then and Now

Caoimhín Mac Giolla Léith, writer and Senior Lecturer in Modern Irish at University College Dublin, examines the work of Fergus Martin as part of the IMMA Collection: Then and Now series.

by Caoimhín Mac Giolla Léith / Tue Mar 19th, 2019
IMMA Edit

Introducing the new IMMA Magazine

Read a variety of online articles from leading artists, curators, staff, researchers, academics, and other contributors, that explore the thinking and making behind contemporary art practice today.

by IMMA / Mon Nov 26th, 2018
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