Hospitable Actions brings the Bealtaine Festival into the fold of some of the country’s leading visual arts organisations. For Hospitable Actions – Dublin, during the month of May Bealtaine visitors to IMMA are free into paid exhibitions, can attend an artist response by artist Pauline Cummins on the work of Frank Bowling and experience the live performance work of cheorgrapher Yvonne Rainer.
FRANK BOWLING, MAPPA MUNDI
IMMA COLLECTION: FREUD PROJECT THE ETHICS OF SCRUTINY, CURATED BY DAPHNE WRIGHT
BRIAN O’DOHERTY: LANGUAGE AND SPACE
During the month of May entry to the Frank Bowling & IMMA Collection: Freud Project exhibitions will be free for Bealtaine visitors once booked online with the Promo code “BEALTAINE18”. Tickets are limited so early booking is recommended on www.imma.ie
PAULINE CUMMINS: AN ARTIST’S RESPONSE
Performance artist Pauline Cummins will give an artist’s response to the work of Frank Bowling, Brian O’Doherty & The Freud Project.
YVONNE RAINER | LIVE PERORMANCES
PERFORMANCE: 12 & 13 MAY 7.30PM WITH
MATINEE ON SUN 13 MAY AT 3.30PM
Limited Free Tickets
Pioneering dancer, choreographer, filmmaker and writer. Performance featuring Rainer’s iconic early works and conversation on her career with complimentary O’Hara’s Irish Craft Beer. IMMA are providing a very limited number of free tickets to these performances for Bealtaine audiences when booked online with thePromo code ‘BEALTAINERAINER’.
Brian O’Doherty was born in Ireland and moved to New York in 1957. A qualified medical doctor, O’Doherty became renowned as an artist, writer, television host, and educator. Consistently exploring the multiple nature of identity, he adopted various personae, notably 'Patrick Ireland', who was buried at IMMA in 2008. Major retrospectives of O’Doherty/Ireland’s work were held at the National Museum of American Art, Dublin City Gallery, the Hugh Lane and the Grey Art Gallery, New York.View Artist
Daphne Wright attended Sligo RTC College, the National College of Art and Design, Dublin, and Newcastle-upon-Tyne Polytechnic. Wright makes multi-narrative installations, using a range of fragile media including plaster, tinfoil, unfired clay, and sound and video. She considers how language and materials can be used to probe unspoken human preoccupations. Concerned with the transitory areas of life, she explores the cusp of childhood and adulthood, and the borderlines between life and death.View Artist