2008

Liam McCormack – North By Northwest

April 8 – August 30 Retrospective of the life and work of the Donegal born architect Liam McCormack. Considered one of the 20th Century’s greatest architects, this retrospective exhibition examined the vital role that McCormack played, both as an architect and a countryman at a pivotal point in Ireland’s history…...

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The Picture is Still

April 8 – June 21 The Picture is Still exhibition featured video works from the collection of the Irish Museum of Modern Art and featured works by leading international artists including Ann Hamilton, Marie Jo-Lafontaine, Philippe Parreno, Gillian Wearing and Gerardo Suter. In association with IMMA’s National Programme.  ...

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Mandscape

March 4 – March 29 Mandscape was an exhibition of images of landscapes where man is present, or where man has left a trace on the landscape, and included urban images as well as rural landscapes. It featured work by ten leading contemporary artist from the visual arts collection of…...

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Unknown Bown

January 15 – April 25 Unknown Bown was comprised of largely unseen pictures by legendary Observer photographer Jane Bown. Jane started her career at The Observer in 1949 and this exhibition featured her non-portrait images from the 1940s, 50s and 60s, offering a unique perspective on social history. A book…...

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The House and The Tree

January 15 – February 23 For his solo show, ‘The House and The Tree’, Jerwood Prize nominee Eamon O’Kane investigated architecture and landscape in County Donegal, through monumental wall drawings, video installation and the reconstruction of a roof space that was demolished in the 1950’s at his parents’ house outside…...

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Philip Moss – New Works

December 6 – January 17 The paintings of Donegal based artist Philip Moss, have an edge to them, both social and political, tinged with a rare, almost spiritual quality. For him, action and painting are one in the same – they are purely matters of conscience. In these ‘New Works’,…...

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