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IMMA 19h
Little Miss Muffet (1989) by Portuguese artist Paula Rego was made in response to a request from her grandchild, who did not seem at all distressed by the enlarged spider and adult face. See Rego’s artworks in the :
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IMMA 21h
We are open today Bank Holiday Monday! And that means you can visit any of the eight exhibitions on show at IMMA from 12noon to 5.30pm. Installation view of 'A Vague Anxiety, photo: Kyle Tunney
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IMMA Apr 21
LONG READ: Dublin based writer and researcher Eva Kenny explores overlapping themes of borders; Northern Ireland, Brexit and Civil Rights Movement, that comes to the fore in Helen Cammock’s current exhibition ‘The Long Note’ on show until 12 May.
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IMMA Apr 19
Visit IMMA this weekend and on Bank Holiday Monday. IMMA is closed today, but all our galleries will re-open tomorrow Saturday 20 April. While we’re closed you can explore our exhibitions online at .
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Crawford Art Gallery Apr 18
Post-work art treat?! Come along to our FREE talk with curator at 6pm this evening and discover more about pioneering artist , a modern Irish master! All welcome. MARY SWANZY: Voyages runs until 3 June. Free entry.
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IMMA Apr 18
Replying to @declanlong
We actually really liked that comparison!
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IMMA Apr 18
New issue of also includes a review our of our recent exhibition by
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Declan Long Apr 17
Tomorrow: our Art in the Contemporary World / IMMA Fellow Dan Adler, speaking on Isa Genzken at the Goethe Institute, Merrion Square. This will be good. All welcome.
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IMMA Apr 17
In association with the new exhibition , artist Brian Teeling is joined in conversation with IMMA Curator Seán Kissane to discuss Teeling’s most recent project series on Friday 26 April at 18.00h. Book your free tickets:
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IMMA Apr 16
Have you got any plans for the Easter Holidays? Our two-day free Teen Art Workshops take place on Wed 24 and Thu 25 April. Workshops for 13-15 years (11:00 to 13:00), and for 15-18 years (14:00 to 16:00). Book your free place now:
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IMMA Apr 16
Thanks to everyone attending to the opening of the exhibition ‘A Vague Anxiety’ last Thursday. Here are some photos of the event. Find more photos by Kyle Tunney at our Facebook Album.
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IMMA Apr 16
We are shocked by the devastating fire at Notre Dame. Our links to Paris go back over 300 years! The Royal Hospital was founded in 1684 by James Butler, is the oldest classical building in Ireland and was based on in Paris, with a formal facade and a large courtyard.
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IMMA Apr 15
Did you know there’s a Hannah Starkey’s photograph on view in IMMA’s ? Acting like a film or theatre director, Belfast-born artist (b.1971) carefully stages her photographs. Image: ‘Untitled’, 1999.
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IMMA Apr 14
LONG READ: To move a masterpiece is never an easy task. Here’s a really interesting piece by Andrew Dickson in sharing some insight into the behind-the-scenes work on how Museum’s move and lend works and get exhibitions to happen.
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RHK Venue Apr 12
Looking ahead to summer? Your chance to win! Head over to Facebook page and follow the instructions on the competition post for your chance to win tickets to
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IMMA Apr 13
Art and kids, what can go wrong? :). Enjoy a fabulous Sunday afternoon with your kids in our . We’ll meet tomorrow Sunday 14 April at 2pm for a hands-on workshop for kids of all ages. It’s a free activity. Ask at IMMA’s Main Reception on the day.
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IMMA Apr 12
Start your weekend at IMMA! We're open today from 11:30am to 5:30pm and there’re eight exhibitions on show, including A Vague Anxiety, a new group exhibition of emerging Irish and international artists that opened yesterday. Image: Helio León. Apparition
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IMMA Apr 11
What a great evening! Thank you to all our friends, members, patrons, visitors and supporters who made the opening of ‘A Vague Anxiety’ happen! We’ll post some photographs of the event next week.
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IMMA Apr 11
An after-party for A Vague Anxiety takes place in Lucky’s, Meath Street from 8pm. Club Comfort, the Dublin-based party and Spiritual community, will DJ until close. Admission Free. All Welcome.
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IMMA Apr 11
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