2022 Review Overview
IMMA Director’s Message
Engagement & Learning
IMMA Collection & Exhibitions
IMMA Collection & Exhibitions Overview
About the IMMA Collection
Acquisitions in 2022
Loans from the Collection
Who Does the Earth Think it Is?,
2014, Installation with scanned letters, wooden shelves, vinyl design. Installation view The Otolith Group: Xenogenesis, IMMA. 2022.
Image courtesy of the artists and IMMA, Dublin.
Photo: Ros Kavanagh
Representing a 13% increase versus 2019
Amanda Coogan performs ‘Yellow’, as part of Chapter One, Queer Embodiment, of the Narrow Gate of the Here-and-Now, at the Irish Museum of Modern Art. Photo: Conor McCabe Photography.
IMMA Outdoors turned the Museum inside-out, creating an inspiring programme of activities and events.
Photo by Kyle Tunney
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Earth Rising event: Earth Rising At IMMA 2022.
Attendees at the Earth Rising festival
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“For the Board of IMMA and myself the year 2022 now looks like a year of innovation through transition.”
Read Chairman David Harvey’s foreword
“2022 marked a resounding success for IMMA, with a programme brimming with innovative creativity.”
Read IMMA Director Annie Fletcher’s message
Find out more about our 2022 Exhibitions
IMMA Outdoors entered its third year and ran for twenty weeks with live music in the Courtyard and a host of artistic events.
Find out more about our 2022 IMMA Outdoors
IMMA’s 2022 exhibition programme combined with an extensive outdoor programme and the launch of the inaugural Earth Rising Festival creating many opportunities to profile IMMA to new and existing audiences across national and international media.
Learn more about how we built our Audiences in 2022
Our Engagement & Learning Department continued to develop an effective hybrid model of delivery throughout 2022 which enabled us to stay connected to communities across the country.
Find out more about our approach to Engagement & Learning in 2022