LINKES – Garden project Dates: September 2005 – January 2006 Venue: Balcony 2 LINKES were one of the two successful projects following an open call for the Community Exhibition slot in the Balcony exhibition programme at GoMA.
Title: Glasgow’s Art: New Acquisitions Date: 20 May 2004 – April 2011 (Gallery 4, until March 2005 and Gallery 2, until April 2011) Space: Gallery 2 & 4 Exhibition of recent acquisition to Glasgow Museum’s contemporary art collection. Artists: Lucy Skaer, Christine Borland, Richard Wright, Claire Barclay, Simon Starling, Hanneline Visnes, Toby Paterson, Douglas Gordon, … More Title: Glasgow’s Art: New Acquisitions
Glasgow’s Art: Selected Works from the Collection 1940 – 2000 Date: April 2004 – March 2006 Space: Gallery 1 Selection of paintings, sculptures, prints and mixed media work form Glasgow Museums’ collection, including works previously on display in Kelvingrove. Image: Unidentified Aircraft (over Montrose) Edward Baird (1904–1949), Glasgow Museums’ collection Artists: Boyle Family, Juan Gris, … More Glasgow’s Art: Selected Works from the Collection 1940 – 2000
Penilee Public Art Group Dates: September 2005 – January 2006 Venue: Balcony 1 The Penilee Public Art Group were the successful project following an open call for the Community Exhibition slot in the Balcony exhibition programme at GoMA.
elbowroom Date: 9 December 2004 – 14 February 2005 Space: Gallery 3 elbowroom was the outcome of an 8-month art project developing new work on the theme of violence against women and the violation of women’s human rights. The project evolved through workshops, events, consultation and research where women and young people were involved. Everyone … More elbowroom
The Philosopher’s Garden Date: 3 March – 8 May 2005 Space: Gallery 3 Exhibition which honours the French philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau whose writings inspired artist Ian Hamilton Finlay through photography by Robin Gillanders exploring the connections between Finlay’s ‘Little Sparta’ and the garden created in the 1770s where Rousseau was buried. This exhibition hosts a … More The Philosopher’s Garden
Barbara Kruger Date: 21 April – 25 September 2005 Space: Gallery 4 This exhibition featured an installation commissioned from Barbara Kruger by GoMA on the issue of violence against and abuse of women. This exhibition was part of the Rule of Thumb programme and was the first exhibition of Kruger’s work in Scotland. Kruger utilised … More Barbara Kruger
Voice/Over Dates: 21 April – June 2005 Spaces: Balconies 1 & 2 An exhibition of work by women involved with Say Women and Glasgow Women’s Library. Installed as part of the Rule of Thumb programme and featured work by artists and women involved in the wider outreach projects for the programme. Artists: Raman Mundair, Lotta … More Voice/Over
Rule of Thumb artist in residence – Kevin Reid Dates: 18 July – 26 September 2005 Space: GoMA Entrance Ellipse and Balcony 1 GoMA’s first artist in residence where artist Kevin Reid was selected to work alongside Glasgow Women’s Library . One participant said: “The artist could really connect with people…He took time to get … More Rule of Thumb artist in residence – Kevin Reid
“…it’s just a domestic” the work from the Rule of Thumb Outreach project with artist Jaki TroLove and the women from Phoenix House Dates: 22 July – 26 September 2005 Space: Balcony 2 Installation of work from women at Pheonix House and the artist Jaki Trolove. Phoenix House is a national charity providing specialist treatment … More “…it’s just a domestic” the work from the Rule of Thumb Outreach project with artist Jaki TroLove and the women from Phoenix House