Imagined Communities

Imagined Communities Date: 6 December 1996 – 16 February 1997 Space: Temporary Exhibition (now Gallery 3) A national touring exhibition organised by Hayward Gallery, London, featuring works of various media by nine contemporary artists exploring the issue of community. Imagined Communities was described as bringing “together nine artists who work in painting, photography, sculpture, video … More Imagined Communities

The Britannia Lord Provost’s Prize

The Britannia Lord Provost’s Prize Date: 6 March – 20 April 1997 Space: Temporary Exhibition Exhibition of works short-listed for Glasgow’s Lord Provost’s Prize. The judges (and people who nominated the shortlisted artists) for this year were Rita Rusk (International Hair Stylist), Sir Gavin Laird (Former trade union leader) and Jasper Conran (Designer). Lesley Banks … More The Britannia Lord Provost’s Prize

SELF IMAGE

SELF IMAGE Date: 1 May – 15 June 1997 Space: Temporary Exhibition (now Gallery 3) Exhibition of works by members of the Project Ability – an organisation working to promote equal access to the arts for people with disabilities – and realised in collaboration with Tony Cooper during his residency in 1996. SELF IMAGE explored … More SELF IMAGE

Out of the Blue

Out of the Blue Date: 4 July – 21 September 1997 Space: Temporary Exhibition (now Gallery 3) This exhibition is the result of long-term discussions and a collaboration with the artists Sher Rajah, Faisal Abdu’allah and Zineb Sedira and reflects the artists’ personal interpretations and experiences of different Muslim cultures. This exhibition features works of … More Out of the Blue

Old Enough to Know Better

Old Enough to Know Better Dates: 11 October – 9 November 1997 Venue: Ellipse Nancy Honey’s interactive CD-Rom installation shows two older women talking about the men in their lives and in the process exploring their thoughts and feelings about gender and sexuality. Artist: Nancy Honey The List

The Process of Animation: Warner Brothers Original Artwork

The Process of Animation: Warner Brothers Original Artwork Date: 5 June – October 27 1997 Space: Mansion House Gallery (now GoMA offices) Exhibition of Warner Brothers original artwork. All the work on display in the exhibition is on loan from the archives of Warner Bros. Warner Bros. animated films are typified by their sly wit, … More The Process of Animation: Warner Brothers Original Artwork

Witness to Morality: Photographs by Joseph McKenzie

Witness to Morality: Photographs by Joseph McKenzieDate: 21 November 1997 – 22 February 1998Space: Temporary Exhibition (now Gallery 3) Exhibition of new and previous work by Scottish photographer, Joseph McKenzie, also known as the ‘father of modern Scottish photography’. One of Joseph Mckenzie’s most vigorous campaigns has been waged against the planners, who during the … More Witness to Morality: Photographs by Joseph McKenzie