IMMA – Irish Museum of Modern Art

About the Museum


Interior view, Irish Museum of Modern Art

Interior, IMMA - Irish Museum of Modern Art

Interior view, Irish Museum of Modern Art
www.ruthlessimagery.com, Installation view of Nan Goldin, Weekend Plans at IMMA – Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, 2017. Photo: Denis Mortell

Interior view, Irish Museum of Modern Art

Photographs from the launch of the exhibitions Weekend Plans and 93% Stardust in IMMA, Dublin. Photography by Ruth Medjber
Exterior View, IMMA – Irish Museum of Modern Art
IMMA – Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland

Exterior View, IMMA – Irish Museum of Modern Art

Interior view, Irish Museum of Modern Art
www.ruthlessimagery.com, Installation view of As Above, So Below: Portals, Visions, Spirits & Mystics at IMMA – Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, 2017. Photo: Ruth Medjber

Interior view, Irish Museum of Modern Art

IMMA members enjoying the launch of the exhibition, As Above, So Below: Portals, Visions, Spirits & Mystics, in IMMA, Dublin. 13/04/2017. Photography by Ruth Medjber www.ruthlessimagery.com
Interior view, Irish Museum of Modern Art
Denis Mortell Photography 2016, Installation view of IMMA Collection: Freud Project 2016 – 2021 at IMMA – Irish Museum of Modern Art, Freud Centre, Dublin, 2016. Photo: Denis Mortell

Interior view, Irish Museum of Modern Art

The Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) is Ireland’s leading national institution for the collection and presentation of modern and contemporary art. It opened its doors in 1991, and has since amassed a collection that features works by the likes of Marina Abramovic and Roy Lichtenstein. The Dublin-based museum also collects contemporary work by Irish artists, aiming through its eclectic exhibition programme to shine a light on issues in Irish society. IMMA is an increasingly significant player in the Irish and international arts scenes, dedicated to supporting new artists’ work as well as nurturing emerging talents, new thinking and new forms of exhibition-making.

(Photo: IMMA – Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland)

Collection Highlights


Lennon

1/3/92B

Isabel Nolan

The Weakening Eye of Day

Jaki Irvine

If The Ground Should Open

John Gerrard

Dust Storm (Manter, Kansas)

Dorothy Cross

Tabernacle
IMMA – Irish Museum of Modern Art: Collection Highlights

Lennon

1/3/92B, 1992
oil on canvas, 244 cm x 488 cm x 10 cm
Collection of Irish Museum of Modern Art. Assisted purchase, 1993

Isabel Nolan

The Weakening Eye of Day, 2014
mild steel wadding, wood, thread, 227 cm x 218 cm x 377 cm
Collection of Irish Museum of Modern Art. Assisted purchase, 2017

Jaki Irvine

If The Ground Should Open, 2016
8-channel HD video, 48 min
Collection of Irish Museum of Modern Art. Purchased 2016 commissioned by IMMA as part of the 1916 programme, December 2016

John Gerrard

Dust Storm (Manter, Kansas), 2008
real time 3D projection
Collection of Irish Museum of Modern Art, Purchase, 2010

Dorothy Cross

Tabernacle, 2013
currach, shed, wood, roller blinds, mixed media, video
Collection of Irish Museum of Modern Art, Donation, 2015
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