Mystery donor gifts €85k Tillmans work to Imma
An anonymous international benefactor has donated a work by the celebrated German-born artist Wolfgang Tillmans to the Irish Museum of Modern Art (Imma).
The 2004 print, entitled Gedser, is valued at around €85,000 and has been described by the museum as a “significant work” by the Turner Prize winner. It is one of an edition of two prints.
Tillmans recently had a major solo exhibition at Imma, which featured more than 100 works, including...
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