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Connected – Unconnected includes works by well-known Irish and international artists, such as Clare Langan, Caroline McCarthy, Paul Nugent, and Nigel Rolfe. The exhibition is the result of a partnership between the Leitrim Arts Office and the Museum’s National Programme which resulted in staff members from Leitrim County Council being invited to curate an exhibition of works from the IMMA Collection. By means of a collaboration process of discussion, demonstration and visiting the museum, a selection panel, comprising of staff members from various departments, within the council, explored the processes involved in selecting and displaying work for an exhibition.

Vik Muniz, Portrait of Alice Liddell, after Lewis Carroll, 2004, Chromogenic print, mounted on aluminium, wooden frame and acrylic fabric, 253.5 x 184.5 cm, Purchase 2004, Collection Irish Museum of Modern ArtNigel Rolfe, Blood of the Beast triptych, 1990, Cibachrome photographs (3 panels), 150 x 100 cm (each), Purchase 1991, Collection Irish Museum of Modern Art


The artist Nigel Rolfe will make a performance during the preview on Thursday16 March.

In tandem with the exhibition, IMMA mediator staff, will facilitate workshops with local national school pupils form the Leitrim area. The workshops are supported by the Department of Education and Science.

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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.