GoMA is delighted to announce some exciting acquisitions we have made over the last few months for Glasgow Museums’ collection – with more to come (of course) – and it felt like a moment to tell people what GoMA had been up to! We are please to announce we now have works by Sara Barker, … More New Acquisitions announced!
Look out for the live broadcast information next week on our social media channels as GoMA hosts six artists in conversation, paying homage to the TV series After Dark, a late-night discussion programme broadcast between 1987 and 1997. What kinds of conversations would artists have After Dark? This event on 3 May 2018 in the … More After Dark /// GI2018 – 1 week to go
Baldwin’s Nigger Reloaded II Saturday 5 May 2018 6.30 – 8pm TICKETS are free but essential and booking is via eventbrite For the final event in Polygraphs you are invited to join artist Barby Asante and sorryyoufeeluncomfortable for a performance in response to Horace Ove’s film Baldwin’s Nigger, 1969 – a documentary of James Baldwin and Dick … More Baldwin’s Nigger Reloaded II / Saturday 5 May 2018 6.30pm
It seems fitting on International Women’s Day 2016 to shout about upcoming solo presentations at GoMA by amazing women artists. First up for GI2016 are two shows for the acclaimed Directors Programme with Cosima Von Bonin in Gallery 1, Who’s Exploiting Who in the Deep Blue Sea?, and Tessa Lynch in Gallery 3, Painter’s … More International Women’s Day 2016
There has been some fantastic responses to the work by Aleksandra Domanović in Gallery 1 for Glasgow International this year. It has been engaging audiences young and old, with a dynamic use of the space and response to the architecture. It’s on for the festival and then until 1 June so plenty of time to catch it. … More Aleksandra Domanović ‘Things to Come’, 4 April – 1 June 2014 #GIFestival
GI 2014 opened with a packed out performance in Gallery 4 for Sue Tompkins’s show on the top floor of GoMA. There is also one later tonight at 6 -7 pm and worth coming along to witness. Her exhibition makes brilliant use of Gallery 4 and the installation, along with her lighting specifics make … More Sue Tompkins ‘Come To Ozark’, 6 March–21 April 2014