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December is one of the best months to visit IMMA. The beautiful museum grounds are quiet and crisp and the exhibition spaces are filled with work by Emily Jacir, Duncan Campbell, Jaki Irvine, and, of course, Lucian Freud. Join us this weekend.

See [ Imma.ie Link ] for more details on all 9 exhibitions currently open.

Image: American Colony (Jerusalem). Photo Department, 1918. Gelatin silver...
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"fits very well with the idea of rewriting history, relooking at history and reexamining who we've been, where we've come from and who we might want to be in the future"

If you missed the review of Duncan Campbell's new work 'The Welfare of Tomás Ó Hallissy' on RTÉ Radio 1 Arena by Cristín Leach on Tuesday evening you can listen back here.

#DuncanCampbell #MathesonNewArt #Ireland2016

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The IMMA Shop is ready for Christmas. Explore our favourite products on the IMMA Blog and visit us to experience our quiet and design-led approach to shopping. Remember, every purchase from the IMMA Shop directly supports IMMA's ambitious programmes.

IMMA Shop: Christmas 2016

"That idea of silence and trauma has been much talked about in Ireland during 2016, making Europa’s timing apt" Alan O'Riordan, Irish Examiner interviews Emily Jacir on her newly opened exhibition 'Europa' at IMMA.

#EmilyJacir #Europa

[ Irishexaminer.com Link ]

A balance of personal and political in Palestinian artist Emily Jacir's exhibition

Cherry Smyth, poet, curator and art writer, is one of the collaborators in Jaki Irvine's new work If the Ground Should Open... In this blog Smyth discusses her response to Jaki Irvine's work and presents her poem 'Foreign Body' which is performed within the first and eponymous track of Irvine's new work currently on show at IMMA.

A one-off live performance of If the Ground Should Open..., in...
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‘Foreign Body’ – a poem by Cherry Smyth in response to Jaki Irvine’s ‘If the Ground Should Open…’

If you’re looking for what to do on #NewYearsEve in Dublin city check out our Hotel Partner Dean Dublin #NYExperience ... looks like fun!!
"one of the best 1916 art commissions of this centenary year" Cristín Leach, The Times and The Sunday Times

Join us tomorrow lunchtime, Wed 30 Nov, for an insightful walkthrough with our Director Sarah Glennie of Jaki Irvine's new work 'If the Ground Should Open...'

The talk is free and takes place at 1.15pm to 2pm. No booking required, meeting point Main Reception.

A live performance of...
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"with so much of Freud’s work here, and the Francis Bacon studio in the Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane across town, this new proximity of the works of great friends who once had dinner together daily makes Dublin a haven for those who continue to be fascinated by these wild men of modernism." Dublin visits #FreudProject

If you are planning a visit to the Freud Project book online [...
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Join us for this week's 'Explorer' Family Workshop as part of Dublin Gallery Weekend.

Explorer for families will be continuing with an aquatic theme this Sunday 2:00-4:00pm.

Children and parents can join IMMA’s visitor engagement team as they explore selected marine images in the IMMA Collection exhibition A Decade.

#families #daysout #familyfun #IMMACollection #DGW16...
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Don't forget to tune into CultureFilePod's weekly show on RTÉ lyric fm at 6.30pm to find out more about Duncan Campbell's new show at IMMA - 'The Welfare of Tomás Ó Hallissy'.

Culture File Weekly Saturday 19 November 2016 - Culture File Weekly - RTÉ lyric fm

Delighted to see Jaki Irvine's 'If The Ground Should Open...' in Gemma Tipton's frieze guide to Dublin Gallery Weekend. Some other great exhibitions mentioned as well!

Critic's Guide: Dublin

Due to demand for tomorrow's symposium we have just released a further 20 tickets which will be available until 11.30pm this evening.

You can purchase the extra tickets here: [ Eventbrite.ie Link ]

The Artist & The State / International Symposium

*UPDATE* This event is now sold out

We have just two spots left for tomorrow's Artist and the State Symposium, you can snap them up here:

The Artist & The State / International Symposium

Dublin Gallery Weekend is here, join us tonight from 6.30pm to 8.30pm, to celebrate the opening of two exhibitions - The Welfare of Tomás Ó Hallissy; a new film commission by Irish-born artist Duncan Campbell, his first film based in the Republic of Ireland, and Europa, the first survey exhibition of Palestinian artist Emily Jacir’s work in Ireland, which brings together almost two decades of...
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IMMA Winter Opening + Dublin Gallery Weekend

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Finishing off some last minute tweaks to Emily Jacir's 'Europa' exhibition! 'Europa' will open tonight at 6.30pm with Duncan Campbell's new work.

#MathesonNewArt #DublinGalleries #DGW16
We're part of Image Magazine Ireland's list of picks for Dublin Gallery Weekend!

Come join us this evening from 6.30pm for openings of Duncan Campbell's work 'The Welfare of Tomás Ó Hallissy' and Emily Jacir's 'Europa'.

#DGW16 #DublinGalleries

Our Dublin Gallery Weekend Picks - Image Magazine

Thrilled to announce that our Director, Sarah Glennie has been nominated to become part of CIMAM- the International Committee for Museums and Collections of Modern Art.
Join us for #CivilisedSaturday (the lovely antidote to #BlackFriday) at the IMMA Shop and enjoy 30% off IMMA ART EDITIONS on our website while picking up the perfect gift for the art lovers in your life. Offer available from 25 - 28 November. Use the Code CIVILISED SATURDAY to avail of this great offer. If you are coming along to our Winter Opening this Friday evening the discount will be...
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IMMA Editions

Looking forward to the book launch of Jochen Gerz's 'The Art of the Multitude' in our book shop at 6pm this evening.

This book explores the power of participation in artworks for the formation of public memory, for the commemoration of historical events, and for an urban landscape that articulates cultural identity and recognition.

We held a symposium with Jochen Gerz and the...
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Goethe Institut + IMMA | Symposium - Jochen Gerz

There was a lot of interest in our recent lecture 'Speaking in Tongues' by Martin Waldmeir, research & teaching fellow in MA Art In The Contemporary World and resident curator at IMMA. For those of you who couldn't make it the lecture is now available to listen to on our soundcloud channel.

In this non-academic lecture, Martin Waldmeier, asks the question 'Why do so many in the art world...
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Lecture: Martin Waldmeier - Speaking in Tongues