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
Contemporary Collection Date: November 2005 – 22 February 2009 Space: Gallery 4 Exhibition of recent acquisitions from Glasgow Museums’ Contemporary Art collection ran throughout 2006, 2007 and 2008 until February 2009. Image: Watercolour from Tabernas Desert Run by Simon Starling, 2004 © The artist – purchased for Glasgow Museums’ collection with support from the Art … More Contemporary Collection
20th-Century Collection Date: 1 December 2007 – 2 March 2008 Space: Gallery 1 A selection of works form Glasgow Museums’ modern art collection. Highlights include Op Art paintings by Bridget Riley and Victor Vasarely, pots by Turner Prize winner Grayson Perry, and photographs by Sebastião Salgado. Image: The Dancers, William Patrick Roberts (1895–1980) © estate … More 20th-Century Collection
Rebelland Date: 13 December 2007 – 10 February 2008 Space: Gallery 3 As part of the Blind Faith exhibition series, artist-in-residence Anthony Schrag and writer-in-residence Magi Gibson worked alongside local young people May – Ocotber 2007. Writer Magi Gibson and artist Anthony Schrag worked one day a week for six months with young people in … More Rebelland
Me, Art and the Garden Date: 8 February – 27 April 2008 Space: Balcony 1 Exhibition created by a group of young girls called ‘Gemz’ working with the artist in residence Rachel Mimiec. Exhibition of work by a group of girls called ‘Gemz’ the Pollockshields based organisation YCSA. They worked with The Hidden Gardens Artist … More Me, Art and the Garden
A Moment in Time Date: 8 February – 27 April 2008 Space: Balcony 2 Mixed media collages of old and present-day Maryhill by school pupils working with artists Victoria Skogsberg, commissioned by Maryhill Housing. Artists: Victoria Skogsberg.
Jim Lambie: Forever Changes Date: 10 April – 29 September 2008 Space: Gallery 1 Exhibition of newly commissioned work by Glasgow-based artist Jim Lambie for Glasgow International 2008. Several spectacular new sculptures were placed upon a vinyl floor installation that encompassed the entire area of our large, neo-classical, ground floor gallery space. The exhibition showed … More Jim Lambie: Forever Changes
Torsten Lauschmann Date: 6 March – 26 May 2008 Space: Gallery 3 Exhibition of work by artist and filmmaker Torsten Lauschman. Graduating from the Glasgow School of Art, Lauschmann investigates the mechanics and digital processes through video installations, software creations, experimental editing. His work is about ‘the battle between rational and emotional processes’. Lauschmann brings … More Torsten Lauschmann
Doodle Hub Date: 17 May – 13 July 2008 Space: Balconies Exhibition of artwork by participants from GoMA’s Education and Access programme over the last year.
Jo Spence: Self Portraits Date: 12 June – 16 November 2008 Space: Gallery 3 Exhibition of self-portraits by British photographer Jo Spence (1934-1992) from the collection of Glasgow Museums. Following the exhibition a number of works were donated to Glasgow Museums from the Jo Spence Memorial Archive, in London. GoMA presented 14 photographs by artist … More Jo Spence: Self Portraits