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Christmas Flash Sale this week on Patrick Scott, Dorothy Cross, Isobel Nolan and others.

Tue Dec 2nd, 2014

Limited Editions
Pictured left to right; Dorothy Cross, Rugby Ball, 2005 (detail), Patrick Scott, Untitled, 2009 (detail) Isaac Julien, Hate/Love, 2006 (detail), Linder, Migration of Symbols, 2014 (detail), Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Power Boy, 2011, Isabel Nolan, Heliosphere, 2014 (detail)

For this week only; 1-7 December 2015, we are offering a significant discount of 30% on our IMMA Editions; limited edition works on paper from IMMA artists. Works by irish artists Patrick Scott, Dorothy Cross, Isabel Nolan and international artists such as Linder, Apichatpong Weerasethakul and Issac Julien are available among many others. You can read a description of these featured works below, or as an IMMA Member, you can make an appointment to speak to, or meet with a curator to discuss your purchase by emailing [email protected] IMMA Editions are a great opportunity to acquire affordable and unique contemporary artworks from internationally recognised artists. Produced by the artists to support the IMMA programme, your purchase directly supports IMMA. This offer is open to members only, but don’t worry, if you are not a member you can join online from €50 to avail of the discounts. You can even give this new membership as a christmas gift, and still avail of the discount.  For example, the Isaac Julien work, usually priced at €350 is €245 to members this week, and the Dorothy Cross work, usually priced at €250 is just €175 this week. Browse the full Collection>

Patrick Scott, Untitled, 2009  €2,000  €1,400 patrickScott_1024x1024This carborundum embossed print with gold leaf by Irish artist Patrick Scott explores the possibilities of embossing to create the same subtle qualities achieved in his paintings by applying acrylic and tempera to unprimed canvas. Read more about the artist and this work.
Dorothy Cross,Rugby Ball, 2005  €250 €175 dorothyCross_1024x1024Rugby Ball is part of a series of works featuring cow hides and udders by Irish artist Dorothy Cross. Exploring notions of history and philosophy, and the complicated interaction between genders, this edition was created to coincide with her 2005 major retrospective at IMMA. Read more about the artist and this work.
Isabel Nolan, Heliosphere, 2014 €125 €87.50 isabel_1024x1024Heliosphere is an edition of fifty, hand painted watercolour works. Created to coincide with the Weakened eye of day, Nolan’s solo exhibition at IMMA in 2014; each work is unique. Nolan was one of seven artists who represented Ireland at the 2005 Venice Biennale in a group exhibition, ‘Ireland at Venice 2005’. Recent group shows include ‘Nouvelle Vague’, Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2013); ‘Sculptrices’, Villa Datris, Fondation pour la Sculpture Contemporain, France (2013); ‘Modern Families’, Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork (2013). Read more about this work.
Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Power Boy, 2011 €450 €315 apichatpong_weerasethakul_enlarge_1024x1024 Apichatpong “Joe” Weerasethakul is a Thai independent film director, screenwriter, and film producer. His feature films include Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives, winner of the prestigious 2010 Cannes Film Festival Palme d’Or prize. This limited edition digital print was created from his seminal 2011 exhibition From Tomorrow for Tonight which came to IMMA in July – October 2011. Read more about the artist and this work.
Linder, Migration of Symbols, 2014 €300 €255* Linder_1024x1024 Taken from the current exhibition Primal Architecture this print, created in an edition of 100, is by British artist Linder. Since the seventies, Linder’s collage and photographic works deconstructed the media view of each of the sexes, as either consumers sustained on a diet of commodities or as objects in pornography. Images from traditional lifestyle magazines are carefully collaged, composed and juxtaposed with images from pornography in an attempt to arouse our desires and comment on consumerism, commodification, sexuality, gender and post-feminist critique Read more about this work.
Isaac Julien, Hate/Love, 2006 €350 €245 issacJulien_1024x1024 Taken from a production photograph from the film work Paradise Omeros, 2002, this edition by British artist and filmmaker Isaac Julien was created on the occasion of his 2006 exhibition at IMMA. British artist and filmmaker Isaac Julien was nominated for the Turner Prize in 2001. He has had solo shows at the Pompidou Centre, Paris, 2005; MoCA, Miami, 2005, and Kerstner Gesellschaft, Hanover, 2006. Read more about this work and the artist.
Browse the full collection  (please note works that are sold out carry a price tag of €0.00)
*As Linder’s work is a new Edition this is priced at €255


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IMMA welcomes Turner Prize Winner Duncan Campbell with his first major Irish exhibition

Tue Dec 2nd, 2014
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. IMMA Director Sarah Glennie, who is also curator of his current major show at IMMA, was delighted with the win saying “Duncan Campbell is an exceptional Irish artist whose work tackles complex questions about society, politics and history with great rigour, subtltey and wit. His compelling films require time from the viewer but time spent is rewarded as his works encourage us to shift our perceptions challenge accepted truths. It’s a hugely deserved win and we are all so pleased for him. We are incredibly proud to be presenting his work at IMMA at the moment, not only his Tuner Prize winning It for Others, but also three other films; Bernadette, about unity candidate MP and socialist activist Bernadette Devlin, Make it New John and Arbeit. This major exhibition is open until March 29th, free of charge, and we look forward to continuing our relationship with Duncan in 2016” Duncan will discuss the exhibition with Dr. Maeve Connolly (Lecturer, IADT) on Saturday 31st Janaury 2015. This is a free event but you must book your tickets in advance as capacity is limited. Book yo...

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We would like to advise our visitors that our Main Reception area is closed for renovation from 22 April until mid-June.  A temporary reception is open on the ground floor next to the original main entrance. While we prepare to open our next exhibition Hilary Heron: A Retrospective on 24 May, there are two exhibitions to see Derry Film & Video Workshop and Self: Determination: Artists Commissions. IMMA’s gardens and café are open to the public.