As an art lover, I don't particularly rate this gallery, but that's down to my personal preferences. To be honest I was more interested in the building.
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My partner and I, along with two friends recently enjoyed a 10 day holiday in Ireland. We started just north of Shannon in Doolin and then drove south along the coast towards Kinsale. Then we drove north east towards Dublin our last stop before heading...More
I think this should be kept as a heritage centre, to look at the building. The modern art was in my sole opinion, a bit awful. One section was an 'artists' 1970's photographs, and they were snaps I could have taken myself. I kept thinking...More
I absolutely loved IMMA. I went on a Tuesday by chance, which meant the exhibitions were free. The two visiting exhibitions were superb and the semi-permanent exhibition - Lucian Freud - was also solid. Once you've finished wandering the exhibition, take a stroll in the...More
Went with my conservative family of 5 and we were amazed at what some call art now days. The menstruating woman and the children like drawings of killing was a little over the top.
The surroundings of IMMA, The Royal Hospital Kilmainham (RHK),should be enough to attract a visit and pleasant tour of the buildings and gardens. But if you can please visit the IMMA Freud exhibition while you're there. Remarkably it's free. The paintings are stunning - a...More
Got there by mistake after visiting the jail and it was our best visit. go there on Tuesday because its free entrance on Tuesdays. we just had the luck to be there on Tuesday. fascinating and beautiful place. a must see if u love modern...More
Being a fine art graduate myself, this current exhibition was fascinating in the sense that I saw some modern classics as well as contemporary interpretations. The exhibition was organised chronologically which added logical credibility to the exhibition. However, some opportunity was lost to make connections...More
The Museum of Modern Art is free to enter, possibly (and this is not at all clear on their web site) because it has no permanent collection. Most special exhibitions cost. We called in on the way to Kilmainham Gaol and had lunch in the...More