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.. Irish Museum of Modern Art
Address :
Royal Hospital, Military Road,
Phone :
00353 (01) 6129900
Dublin 8, Ireland,
Fax :
00353 (01) 6129999
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Opening Hours :

Museum Opening Hours: Tuesday - Saturday : 10.00am - 5.30pm Sunday and Bank Holidays : 12noon - 5.30pm Mondays : Closed

Specialities :

Contemporary Paintings, Traditional Paintings, Drawings, Prints, Sculpture, Ceramics

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The Irish Museum of Modern Art was established by the Government of Ireland in 1990 as Ireland’s first national institution for the presentation and collection of modern and contemporary art. Since its official opening in May 1991, the Museum has rapidly established itself as a significant and dynamic presence in the Irish and international arts arena. It is widely admired by its peers throughout the world for the range and relevance of its exhibitions, for its innovative use of its growing Collection, for its award-winning education and community programme and for its visitor-centred ethos and facilities. Exhibitions The Museum’s temporary exhibition programme regularly juxtaposes the work of leading, well-established figures with that of younger-generation artists to create a debate about the nature and function of art and its connection with the future. In 2003, for example, we presented exhibitions by the Spanish sculptor Cristina Iglesias, the African-American film and photographic artist Lorna Simpson and a previously unknown Outsider Irish artist John the Painter and two shows, commissioned by the Imperial War Museum, based on the recent history of Afghanistan. IMMA originates many of its exhibitions but also works closely with a network of international galleries and museums. In 2004, for example, we will be collaborating with institutions in Rome, Paris, Madrid, Reykjavik, New York, Gent, Minneapolis, Newcastle and Santiago de Compostela. Collection The Collection of the Irish Museum of Modern Art, which comprises some 4,500 works, has been developed since 1990 through purchase, donations and long-term loans, as well as by the commissioning of new works. The Museum purchases contemporary art but accepts donations and loans of more historical art objects with a particular emphasis on work from the 1940s onwards. The permanent collection reflects some of the most exciting trends in Irish and international art with lens-based work by Gilbert and George, Marina Abramović, Willie Doherty and Paul Seawright, installations by llya and Ameila Kabakov, Rebecca Horn and sculpture by Dorothy Cross, Kathy Prendergast, Juan Munoz, Damien Hirst and Stephan Balkenhol; also paintings by Francesco Clemente, Tony O’Malley, Peter Doig, and Peter Halley. Major donations include a wide variety of modern and contemporary art, including a number of 1930s works by Picasso, paintings by Sean Scully, a large sculpture by Barry Flanagan and a film by Neil Jordan. Loans to the Collection include an important body of work by Outsider, or self-taught, artists in the Musgrave Kinley Outsider Collection.

Artists :

Abigail O’Brien
Aileen MacKeogh
Alanna O’Kelly
Alice Maher
Andrew Folan
Ann Carlisle
Ann Griffin
Anthony O’Carroll
Arthur Armstrong
Barbara Warren
Basil Blackshaw
Billy Quinn
Brian Ballard
Brian Bourke
Brian Ferran
Brian Henderson
Brian King
Brian Maguire
Brian O’Doherty
Caroline McCarthy
Cecil King
Cecily Brennan
Charles Harper
Charles Tyrrell
Ciaran Lennon
Clement Mc Aleer
Clifford Rainey
Colin Harrison
Colin Middleton
Corban Walker
Danny Osborne
David Crone
Deborah Brown
Dorothy Cross
Edward Delaney
Edward Maguire
Eileen Costelloe
Eilis O’Connell
Eithne Jordan
Emmet O’Keefe
Evin Nolan
F.E. McWilliam
Felim Egan
Fergus Martin
Fionnuala N? Chios?in
Gene Lambert
George Campbell
Gordon Woods
Graham Gingles
Gwen O’Dowd
Hilary Heron
Jacinta Feeney
Jaki Irvine
James Coleman
James Hanley
James McKenna
Janet Mullarney
John Aiken
John Burke
John Devlin
John Kelly
John Kindness
Kathleen Cooke
Kathy Prendergast
Louise Cummins
Marie Foley
Mark Francis
Mark Joyce
Mary Fitzgerald
Mary Lohan
Maud Cotter
Maurice O’Connell
Michael Ashur
Michael Bulfin
Michael Coleman
Michael Cullen
Michael Kane
Michael Kenny
Michael Mulcahy
Michael O’Sullivan
Michael Warren
Micheal Farrell
Micky Donnelly
Muiris Moynihan
Norah McGuinness
Noreen Rice
Oisin Kelly
Pat Harris
Patrick Collins
Patrick Graham
Patrick Hall
Patrick Hennessy
Patrick Ireland
Patrick McElroy
Patrick Scott
Pauline & Walsh Cummins
Paul Mosse
Paul Nugent
Paul Seawright
Richard Gorman
Robert Ballagh
Ronnie Hughes
Rowan Gillespie
Roy Johnston
Samuel Walsh
Sara Horgan
Seamus O’Colmain
Sean Fingleton
Sean O’Flynn
Sean Scullion
Sean Scully
Sean Shanahan
Simon R. English
T.P. Flanagan
Tate Adams
Theo McNab
Tim Mara
Tom Fitzgerald
Tony O’Malley
Vivienne Roche
Willie Doherty

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