This exhibition guides the viewer on a journey through human civilization, and examines the traces we leave behind either as a group or as an individual when a change in patterns, movements or power occurs.
''The beginning of each painting is free, instinctive. I seek inspiration in accident. But when I try to employ chance, it somehow becomes order. With the predominance of black and white, my hope is to communicate my emotions easily and naturally with those of the viewer."
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3 IN 1 EXHIBITION is an exhibition showing three works by three artists – Anne Mie Bak Andersen, Marie Anine Møller and Paula Duvå. The works in the exhibition are pointing in different directions thematically, but are all based in photography. The photograph is a tool to observe the world and a possibility to transform and stage what is seen. Its core is the line between being there and not existing at the same time.
Pendolino is a loose collective of painters living and working in Glasgow and London.
We present the first in an ongoing series of group exhibitions taking place across the two cities.
ARTchitecture is an exhibition of collages that celebrates Glasgow's building heritage and merges the elements of art with architecture, and will run at NGS from 31st October - 13 November, 10am-4pm. A preview will take place at 18:30 on Tues Nov 1st.
Following last year's debut success, this October New Glasgow Society presents 'Imagine Glasgow 2016' - bringing students from both Strathclyde University and Mackintosh School of Architecture together to tackle contemporary urban issues in the city of Glasgow, with outstanding architecture and masterplanning projects.
Will the visions of these young architects offer a glimpse of the Glasgow of the future?
January 2017 - Style Mile vs. Geek Street
Glasgow's international subcultural destination
Union St has been becoming increasingly, and visibly, run down in recent years - at least in terms of conventional commercial activity. The one factor compensating for this has been a parallel rise in vibrancy as subcultural elements colonise the area between Gordon and Argyle Street, and the area has become a destination for those interested in video, board and war-gaming, gadgets, pop culture and alternative music.Read more ...
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Attracting over one million visitors during its first eight months of life, Zaha Hadid's Riverside Museum in Glasgow has apparently been a huge success.
The siting of the museum has long been an...Read more ...