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LONG READ : “When I arrived as a student in Paris, Picasso was a young man trying to make his way, but he wasn’t known”. Find some interesting quotes by included on this article by Jessica Traynor in the
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IMMA Jan 18
LAST MONTH! Thinking about what to do this weekend? Visit , 'Voyages' at IMMA. This exhibition must close on Sunday 17 February 2019 as it will tour to and in 2019. Admission is free.
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IMMA Jan 17
IMMA is situated in Dublin 8, easily accessible by car, on foot, by rail, bus or bike. What way of transport do you use to come to IMMA? We’d love to know it! Take a look at the Visiting IMMA section on our website to plan your visit in advance:
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RHK Venue Jan 16
A little more than the we take a look back in time at the
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IMMA Jan 16
These are some of the photos our visitors captured on their recent visit to Wolfgang Tillmans 'Rebuilding the Future'. Thank you for sharing! Photos by @hyunsun0328 via Instagram.
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IMMA Jan 16
Mention at our front desk for a free ticket into , take a selfie and don’t forget to share and tag us
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IMMA Jan 16
Pop in at lunchtime for the first of our IMMA’s Curators Lunchtime Talks this year. At 1:15pm join Karen Sweeney, Exhibitions, IMMA, for a walk through on the key themes and artworks featured in the major retrospective by
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IMMA Jan 16
Exciting year ahead for the visual arts!
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IMMA Jan 16
Did you know that we are so proud of our Limited Editions that we have a special wall for them? There you will see artworks by Patrick Scott, Dorothy Cross, Tim Robinson and William Crozier among other great International and Irish artists.
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IMMA Jan 15
Great pic, delighted you enjoyed your visit and tour!
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IMMA Jan 15
'The Picture is Still' by Ann Hamilton was created with a tiny finger-mounted camera, used to trace a photograph of the face of Hamilton’s young son. See full video in the exhibition ‘IMMA Collection: Freud Project, Gaze’ until 06 May.
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IMMA Jan 15
Next Wed 23 Jan join us for a free talk on by Colin Graham who takes Tillmans' resistance and activism on the referendum as a lead to discuss the rise in populist politics
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IMMA Jan 14
Join Dr Selena Daly, Lecturer, Royal Holloway, University of London, who will discuss the shaping of Mary Swanzy’s aesthetic and the influence of the Italian avant-garde on her work. 19 Jan, 2pm. Book your free tickets:
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IMMA Jan 13
LONG READ : “At IMMA, the hanging of art and indeed the backdrop colour is only part of the experience", according to , head of exhibitions and senior curator. Read full article by Elizabeth Birdthistle in ​.
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IMMA Jan 11
Visit 'Rebuilding the Future'. From the surgery ward to the nightclub, to moments of sublime beauty in nature, we are presented with a resonant depiction of the world and what it is to be in it. Until 10 March. Admission is free. Photos: Ros Kavanagh.
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IMMA Jan 10
We are delighted to see our exhibitions Mary Swanzy, 'Voyages', Wolfgang Tillmans, 'Rebuilding the Future' and 'IMMA Collection: Freud Project, Gaze' listed on alongside Zurich Portrait Prize 2018 at . Take a good look at
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IMMA Jan 9
IMMA’s Curators Lunchtime Talks return on Wed 16 January at 1:15pm. Join Karen Sweeney, Exhibitions, IMMA, for an insightful walk-through on the key themes and artworks featured in the major retrospective Mary Swanzy, Voyages
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IMMA Jan 9
Sounds like a lovely day out. Hope you enjoyed our exhibition
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IMMA Jan 8
Due to popular demand we are delighted to announce that the Wolfgang Tillmans exhibition ‘Rebuilding the Future’ at IMMA has been extended until 10 March 2019. Visit: . Installation view photos by Ros Kavanagh
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