The Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) presents a diverse selection of works from its collection based on the concept of dialogue, allowing for "conversations" to take place between artists of varying ages and different disciplines.
The museum says the assembled art is designed to encourage exchange between the collection, the artists, their work and the viewer. Within the scope of conversations, the works focus on specific themes such as commemoration, architecture, cultural production and patronage in Ireland.
Among the international artists exhibited are Enrico Baj, Paul Klee, Bridget Riley and Victor Vasarely, while there are also prominent Irish artists such as Sean Scully, Robert Ballagh and the recently deceased artist and great friend of IMMA, Barrie Cooke.
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