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Glasgow International 2018

20th April – 7 May,2018

Glasgow International is Scotland’s largest festival for contemporary art. The festival, which is renowned for contemporary art, takes place every two years and runs for three fabulous weeks.

GI provides a unique platform to show the work of both local and international artists in well known venues and smaller less conventional sites.

Glasgow has an unusually rich visual arts sector, described by The Guardian as the ‘most developed arts scene outside London’.
All exhibitions

Jot and Tittle Expo, citizen M Glasgow

Until 7 May, 2018 citizenM is proud to debut an exhibition by Graphic Designers Kerr Vernon and Ed Watt of Cause + Effect, two of Glasgow’s leading creatives, who are also responsible for the renewed visual identity of GI 2018. A key component of the festival is to extend the arts experience across the city […]

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E. Jane / Hardeep Pandhal Opening GI Festival, Kelvin Hall, Glasgow

e jane hardeep pandhal

Opening event for two exhibitions as part of Glasgow International’s Director’s Programme at Kelvin Hall. E.Jane – Lavendra Lavendra is the name given by American artist and sound designer E. Jane to a fantastical brown dwarf star, an imagined planetary cosmos ‘stabilised’ for human presence by the harmonising influence of 1990s black pop divas including […]

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Nnena Kalu, ProjectAbility, Glasgow

Runs until 26 May, 2018 Nnena Kalu is an artist working with ActionSpace, a London based visual arts organisation that supports artists with learning disabilities. To create her work, she binds and layers materials to create large, colourful structures that wrap themselves around the gallery, reacting to the size, shape and environment of each new […]

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