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Happy Christmas from IMMA

Tue Dec 23rd, 2014

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. You can find more details of our Christmas Opening Hours below.

Christmas Opening Hours 2014
24-26 Dec:          Closed
27-28 Dec:          Open 12noon–5.30pm
29 Dec:                Closed
30,31 Dec,1 Jan: Open12noon–5.30pm

We want to take this opportunity to thank you all for your support in 2014 which was one of our busiest years to date. We look forward to welcoming even more vistors to IMMA in 2015.

We are open most days between Christmas and New Years and our current exhibitions are all free. All of the current exhbitions are open into February (some continue into March) and we will be announcing our 2015 programme early in the year.

You can find more details on each of the current exhibition by clicking on the links below.

Current Exhibitions at IMMA

>arrow link Duncan Campbell
>arrow linkPrimal Architecture Mike Kelley, Jeremy Deller, Conrad Shawcross, Kevin Atherton, Linder, Jesse Jones and Bedwyr Williams
>arrow link TROVE: Dorothy Cross selects from the National Collections. Sponsored by BNP Paribas.
>arrow linkIMMA Collection: Conversations
>arrow linkTeresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler: Sound Speed Marker.
>arrow linkMobile Encounters: Documenting the Early Years of Performance Art in Ireland

Festive good wishes from everyone at IMMA!


Up Next

IMMA Collection, Conversations. Elaine Reichek and Helen Chadwick

Fri Dec 19th, 2014
Marguerite O'Molloy, Assistant Curator: Collections, talks about the current IMMA Collection display Conversations, and the recent introduction of works from Elaine Reichek and Helen Chadwick to the exhibition. When we selected and installed the current display from the IMMA Collection; entitled Conversations, we planned to make changes to certain rooms at some point during the exhibition. Decisions as to what would be changed, and when, were left open at that point, to allow curatorial staff a degree of flexibility to respond to the wider programme, or to current events. This is a new way of working with the Collection that gives us the scope to be more responsive, rather than limit ourselves to a single, long-term hang. It as allows us to introduce new works and, over time, places more works on display for visitors to experience With that in mind, we recently took the opportunity to change one room in the West Wing, removing Andrew Vickery’s work Do you know what you saw (pictured above). The room was then re-hung with two works: Elaine Reichek Chiricahua Apaches, 1992 and Helen Chadwick Untitled, 1991, which joined woolworks by Elinor Wiltshire, already on display in this room, creating interesting dialogues between artistic practices. [caption id="attachment_660" ...