Founded in 2007 as The Irish Museum of Contemporary Art, IMOCA is an artist-led initiative dedicated to advancing education about, awareness and appreciation of, and participation in contemporary, experimental and emerging arts practices. In 2015 IMOCA has evolved into the Independent Museum of Contemporary Arts, with affiliate projects and art centres in various countries.
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Échantillons: A Selection of French Contemporary Art

The premier of this event provides a sampling of the artists and contemporary art practices in France today. The timing of such a show in Ireland is auspicious as it encourages and invites reflection on what is gained from our ever-increasing global interaction and interdependence. The exhibitions, installations and performances are all uniquely reflective of...
A Temporary Measure

A Temporary Measure

The Irish Museum of Contemporary Art (IMOCA) announces the opening reception of ‘A Temporary Measure,’ a solo show by Ivan Twohig, IMOCA‘s 2008 Graduate Resident, Friday, May 29th, 6 to 9 pm, at the Irish Distillers building at the Smithfield Luas stop. This architectural installation represents the culmination of Ivan Twohig‘s year long studio residency...

THIS MUST BE THE PLACE

An exhibition of new work by ten artist led collectives at The Irish Museum of Contemporary Art Curated by Paul Murnaghan and Sally Timmons. This inaugural exhibition will bring together ten artist-led organisations currently working in Ireland and ask them to consider the question, how do we think? This question is also an invitation that...