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IMMA Event Guide, Nov 2014 – Feb 2015

Tue Nov 18th, 2014

Click to download the IMMA event guide, Nov 14 - Feb 15The IMMA Winter Event Guide is now available at the Front Desk, or you can click to read online / download.
We have five exhibitions taking place during the winter season, including Conversations; drawn from the IMMA Collection; a major solo exhibition from Turner Prize nominee Duncan Campbell and a group show; Primal Architecture which includes work from Mike Kelley / Jeremy Deller / Conrad Shawcross / Kevin Atherton / Linder / Jesse Jones / Bedwyr Williams. All three of these exhibitions are currently open and are free of charge. Opening in the coming weeks are Sound Speed Marker from Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Bircher and a very unique exhbition Trove; Dorothy Cross selects from the National Collections, sponsored by BNP Paribas.


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The Best of Frieze Week 2014

Fri Oct 31st, 2014
October is the month that the art world flocks to London for the week long contemporary art fair known as Frieze.  The Fair now also includes Frieze Masters where your cheque book can get you anything from a Rembrandt to a Francis Bacon. But there's more to ‘Frieze Week’ in London than the commercial interests of auction houses, galleries and art collectors.  October in London provides a glimpse into some of the best emerging and established contemporary art. IMMA’s Exhibitions and Collections curators were navigating their way through Regent’s Park, Shoreditch and Bermondsey to see familiar favourites and emerging standouts alike; some soon to be shown at IMMA including Karla Black and Linder Sterling at Stuart Shave/Modern Art, Conrad Shawcross at Victoria Miro and Stan Douglas at David Zwirner. Here are their 2014 Top Fives: Christina Kennedy, Head of Collections 1.  Brian O’Doherty at Simone Subal, Frieze Focus A unique collection of outstanding Conceptual and language-based artworks by Brian O’Doherty mainly from the 1960s and 70s, such as you never see in one place these days and which have now gone to various museum and private collections.  Chris Dercon described O’Doherty at Simone Subal as ‘the best in this section of Frieze.’  O’Doherty is one of those ver...