The Irish Museum of Modern Art is Ireland's leading national institution for the collection and presentation of modern and contemporary art. Located in the Royal Hospital, Kilmainham, an amazing 17th-century building near Heuston Station to the west of Dublin's city centre, the Irish Museum of Modern Art houses an impressive collection of gallary aquired pieces. The curators concentrate on aquiring contemporary pieces from living artists, bought at galleries and studios, and the Irish Museum of Modern Art also has a large collection of artwork dating no later than 1940 that was donated to the museum by various patrons.
The exquisit array of exibits housed in the Irish Museum of Modern Art are visually stunning, not only due to their individual artistry but also because of their pleasing arrangement. The Royal Hospital contains many long coridors that make for a striking display and also has a pleasant courtyard that provides a beautiful backdrop for much of the art that can be seen at the museum. Income for the museum is generated by the weddings and conferences held in the sumptuous dining room, and the profits of the museum's charming café and bookshop. Admission to the Irish Museum of Modern Art is free.
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