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The Museum of Modern Art in New York, fondly known by most as MoMA established the world's first architecture and design department in 1932. The museum has long recognised the important role design has in our culture alongside more traditional mediums like painting and sculpture. MoMA's Design Studio design and produce products that adhere to a set of criteria that they use to ensure every item is a good fit with MoMA's vision of good design. We are very excited to present some of our favourites from their collection which are now available at The IMMA Shop. The first two criteria MoMA's Design...

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Vilhelm Lundstrøm was one of Denmark's most successful modernist painters. He introduced French cubism to Denmark, and is remembered for his geometric still lifes, his cubistic scenes with nudes and his paintings of bottles, flasks and jugs. His style was characterised by clear, bright lines and few colours. Lundstrøm spent an extended period in France in the 1920s where he was influenced by Braque, Picasso and Cézanne. Nearly 100 years later, Danish designer Nicholai Wiig Hansen has taken Lundstrøm's paintings as the inspiration for this beautiful range of ceramics by Raawii. Perfectly formed and finished with rich, smooth, matte colours, these pieces are awfully desirable, like living...

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Art collection, Desire, Fine Art Prints, Genieve Figgis, Gift ideas, IMMA Editions, IMMA Pop up Shop, Kildare Village, Limited Edition, Linder Sterling, Stephen Dunne, Tracey Emin -

The IMMA Shop has a pop up at Kildare Village until October 31st with a collection of exceptional gift ideas inspired by the new Desire exhibition at IMMA. On display we have some very special limited edition prints, so visitors to Kildare Village have a rare opportunity to expand (or start) their art collections.  Genieve Figgis is a rising star on the Irish art scene with 25 paintings in the Desire exhibition. Within just a few years of leaving school, Dublin based Figgis became a favourite of critics and artists alike, starting with Richard Prince, the art world's resident provocateur...

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