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Wolfgang Tillmans (b. 1968, Remscheid, Germany) is one of the most accomplished and widely celebrated artists working today, recognised for major contributions to the development of contemporary photography in terms of subject matter, production, scale, presentation and methodology. His IMMA exhibition Rebuilding the Future, is a significant survey featuring over 100 works and captures his unique way of working. This new exhibition mixes works from throughout his career and in numerous formats, installed in IMMA’s galleries in direct relation to the physical spaces and atmosphere of the museum.

Assistant Curator Benjamin Stafford worked closely with Tillmans and his studio team on the realisation of this exhibition, and this event is a wonderful opportunity to hear from Benjamin as he leads a walkthrough of each room, and discusses the themes & motivations behind the installation.

Tillmans’ relationship with IMMA began over 20 years ago, when he first exhibited work at the museum in 1997 as part of a group exhibition of young emerging artists Projects and more recently in 2015 in the popular exhibition What We Call Love: From Surrealism to Now. This exhibition follows his critically acclaimed solo show in  Tate Modern London in 2017.

To book your place at this event contact our Membership officer stephen.taylor@imma.ie Please note that you must be a Member to attend this event.

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About the Artist

Wolfgang Tillmans b.1968

Wolfgang Tillmans (b. Remscheid, Germany,1968) lives and works in Berlin and London. He graduated from Bournemouth and Poole College of Art and Design in 1992. He has won numerous awards including the Turner Prize, UK (2000), the Cultural award of the German Society for Photography (2009), the Hasselblad Foundation International Award in Photography, Sweden (2015) and the Goslar Kaiserring Award, Germany (2018). — View Artist »