The work of Irish artist Dorothy Cross is the subject of an exhibition that examines her career from the late 1980s to the present day.
The 45 works on display come from international museums and private collections, and feature a variety of genres from sculpture and installation to performance, film and photography.
Highlights of the exhibition include the sculptures Shark Lady in a Ball Dress from the Hugh Lane Collection in Dublin, and Virgin Shroud from the Tate Collection in London. The museum is also screening several of the artist's films such as Teacup, Eyemaker, and Medusae.
The exhibition is part of IMMA's series of shows dedicated to senior figures in Irish art, which has previously included Kathy Prendergast and Willie Doherty.
Tues-Sat 10.00-17.30. Wed 10.30-17.30.