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Glasgow International Festival brings the art of local and international artists to the city for a two week celebration of exhibition and events.


INTRODUCTION

Welcome to the Festival 2010.

OPEN GLASGOW

Visual art happens all year round in Glasgow but for two weeks every two years, Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art puts it firmly in the spotlight. From artists’ studios through to major museums, by way of a vast range of venues new and old, the Festival is the perfect moment to get to know more about contemporary art and how and where it takes place in Glasgow. Packed with events, talks and tours as well as major world-class exhibitions (all of which are FREE), some by artists living in the city and others by leading international figures, the Festival is Glasgow’s art scene at its liveliest and best. This year’s Festival takes the idea of ‘past, present, future’, a theme you can trace through several of the major exhibitions and events. This guide lists exhibitions and events by location, grouped into City Centre, West End, South Side and East End. There is a pull-out map in the centre pages, which includes full venue details, openings hours, and an Event Diary with booking information. Find us at www.glasgowinternational.org where you can sign up for updates throughout the Festival.

A new initiative for GI, supported by the Scottish Arts Council, which aims to discover ambitious and imaginative artists’ projects, conceived specifically for the city during the Festival. Projects for ‘Open Glasgow’ were selected through open submission.

Katrina Brown — Director / Jean Cameron — Producer Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art Festival Team Director Katrina Brown, The Common Guild

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Producer Jean Cameron

Campaign Photography John Short

Programme & Administration Co-ordinator Siobhan Carroll

Digital Communications Alan Miller, Abnormal PR

Marketing & Promotions Tracey Kelly — Kelly & Company

Digital Consultancy Mark Daniels, New Media Scotland

PR & Media Managers Janette Scott PR & Penny Sychrava PR Programmer: International & Professional Visits Kirsteen Macdonald LEARN Consultant Fiona Dean CSG Arts Development Officers Janice Sharp / Lesley Hepburn Technical Co-ordinator Colin Lindsay

Volunteers & Festival Guests Liaison Karen Veitch Festival Interns Chloe Bell, Amy Birchard, Emma Coffield, Jordan Davie, Rosalie Doubal, Emma Flynn, Ekaterina Globa, Robin Holden, Christine Mackay, Emily Mackay, Catriona McAra, Sophie Paton, Morvern Rodger, Kim Strudwick

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Ruth Barker, Kathryn Elkin, Martine Myrup & Sarah Tripp

GI Hub: 54 Miller Street, Glasgow, G1 1DT

Wed 28th April

In a major new video installation, Irish artist Gerard Byrne re-visits the history of Minimal art and its reception, the discussions and commentary that circulated around it. Presented in an exciting new space in the heart of the Merchant City. Further work by Byrne will be shown at The Common Guild.

Susan Philipsz

Commissioned by GI Festival, Lismore Castle Arts and The Renaissance Society at The University of Chicago in collaboration with the Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven. Supported by Culture Ireland.

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Renfield Lane, Glasgow

Jeffrey Library, Mitchell Library: 201 North Street, Glasgow, G3 7DN

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Fri 16th April — Mon 3rd May

Daily 5pm — 11pm Le Drapeau Noir is a temporary artist café that references avant-garde mythology, Da Da, café culture, anarchic history and underground music. Open every evening throughout GI 2010, a publication and a programme of live events will accompany the installation. B

Kim Coleman & Jenny Hogarth, Susie Green Shelly Nadashi, Kimberley O’Neill, Morag Ross & Cara Tolmie

Gerard Byrne

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Daily 10am — 8pm

Sculptural installation open noon — 6pm, Lunchtime recital 1pm — 2.30pm, Evening recital 6pm — 8.30pm

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Fri 16th April — Mon 3rd May Clydeside Walkway at Bridge Street Daily between 10am and 8pm; every 20mins Commissioned by GI, Susan Philipsz presents a site-specific outdoor sound work on the banks of the River Clyde that offers an extra-ordinary connection with a hidden and little used space. Combining three versions of the same song, as sung by the artist, ‘Lowlands’ is Philipsz first public work in her native city.

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A one-day event and associated publication composed by four Glasgow-based artists, featuring installation, performance works, sculpture, screenings and music. These works will be distinctly authored by each artist but linked by a shared use of literature as a generative force.

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Thu 22nd April Sloans Grand Ballroom: 108 Argyle Street, 62 Argyll Arcade, Glasgow, G2 8BG

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GI Hub: 68 Miller Street, Glasgow, G1 1DT

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NVA recreates an anti-car action by the 1960s Dutch anarchist movement: making 50 white bikes freely available for use across the Festival. The main pick-up/drop-off point is The GI Hub (54 Miller Street), where there is also an exhibition of archive material about the original action. In the spirit of the original, the bikes are locked but the combination code is 6510.

´ David Maljkovic

Supported by GI Festival. Additional support for this project comes from the Scottish Arts Council and Hugh Fraser Foundation. www.nva.org.uk

Daily 10am — 8pm

A cabaret-style night, curated and produced by arts organisation Three Blows. Live events include a new puppetry-inspired work by Shelly Nadashi, a performance by Susie Green and new musical compositions by Cara Tolmie and Kimberley O’Neill.

For his first solo exhibition in the UK, David Maljkovi´c brings together a group of recent works in film and collage with some specially designed structures. Presented in a vast space on Miller Street that is between uses, Maljkovi´ c’s works draw on the legacy of Modernist monuments and abstraction. Commissioned by GI Festival. www.glasgowinternational.org

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I.  Production still Gerard Byrne all rights reserved © 2009 Michel van Weegberg. II.  David Maljkovic. ´ Still from ‘Images With Their Own Shadows’, 2008. 16mm. 6 minutes 16 seconds. Courtesy of the Artist and Metro Pictures, New York. I. Symposium. Sarah Tripp.

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Fiona Tan Fri 16th April — Mon 27th September Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA): Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow G1 3AH

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David Noonan

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Alice Channer

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Thu 15th April — Sat 8th May

Washington Garcia at The Mitchell Library: 201 North Street, Glasgow, G3 7DN

Mackintosh Gallery: The Glasgow School of Art, 167 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, G3 6RQ

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Mon — Thu 1 1am — 6pm; Fri & Sat 1 1am — 5pm

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For her first solo exhibition in Scotland, internationally renowned artist Fiona Tan presents a video installation, ‘Tomorrow’, in GoMA’s impressive ground floor gallery space. An imposing video portrait of a group of adolescents, between youth and adulthood. Supported by GI Festival.

For GI Sorcha Dallas will present two projects by Linder:

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The Glasgow School of Art: 167 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, G3 6RQ

Kate Davis & Faith Wilding

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Tue — Sun 1 1am — 6pm Meditating upon the contemporary consideration of past feminist works, this collaborative project comprises installations by Davis and Wilding, a Symposium, feasting, a ‘peculiar resources’ archive room, and a reading room collaboration with Glasgow Women’s Library. Please see the venue website and Event Listings for full details. Supported by GI Festival.

Fri 16th April — Sat 22nd May

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Sorcha Dallas will present an exhibition of new work by the radical feminist, artist and musician Linder.

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Celebrated from the House of FAME Fri 23rd April The Arches: Argyle Street, Glasgow, G2 8DL Times

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I.  Fiona Tan. Tomorrow, 2005. Video installation. Courtesy the artist and Frith Street Gallery. II.  Faith Wilding and Kate Davis at Emma Goldman’s grave, Chicago, 27 September 2009. Courtesy of the artists. III.  Linder. King’s Ransom at Jones Beach II. Images courtesy of Linder and Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London.

Sorcha Dallas presents a one-off performance by the radical feminist, artist and musician Linder. The performance is a collaboration between Linder, musician Stuart McCallum (Cinematic Orchestra) and fashion designer Richard Nicoll (also Creative Director, Cerruti). Please see Event Listings for full details. Supported by GI Festival. Developed in Association with The Work Room. Supported by Cardonald College, Fraser Suites and The Chisenhale, London, where the performance will be re-staged on the 10th July 2010. For booking information see Events Diary.

Fri 16th April — Sun 9th May

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Claire Barclay

A combination of new and existing work by Glasgow-based artist Claire Barclay, including prints produced in the GPS workshop and a tapestry made in collaboration with Dovecot Studios, Edinburgh. GPS will also be showing work by Ciara Philips. Support for this project has come from Henry Moore Foundation and Culture and Sport Glasgow.

Stereo: Renfield Lane, G2 6PH

Social Landscape incorporates a series of artists’ residencies and events in France and Scotland curated by Patricia Fleming for La Criée centre d’art contemporain, Rennes specifically for the GI Festival and the Rennes Biennale 2010. For GI, Social Landscape takes the form of a one-night event. Supported by GI Festival, Culture and Sport Glasgow, Glasgow City Council International Office, City of Rennes, Ecole Regionale Des Beaux Arts Rennes, Alliance Française de Glasgow, Wasps and www.thisiscentralstation.com

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Mon — Sat 10am — 5.30pm; Thu 10am — 8pm & Sun 12pm — 5pm

Sun 18th April

Transmission Gallery: 28 King Street, Glasgow, G1 5QP

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Jocelyn Cottencin, Katy Dove, Muscles of Joy, Sophie Macpherson, Damien Marchal & David Zérah.

Fri 16th April — Mon 3rd May

A durational project by The Faculty of Invisibility which takes institutional critique as its central concern. Supported by GI Festival.

Glasgow Print Studio: Trongate 103, Glasgow, G1 5HD

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The Faculty of Invisibility

A Studio 55, GI Symposium with Simon Critchley and Christoher Fynsk, co-organised by The Glasgow School of Art and the Centre for Modern Thought, Aberdeen. Supported by GI Festival.

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Jodi Rose presents an urban sonic sculpture using the cables of bridges as musical instruments, in collaboration with composer and sound designer Guy Veale and musician Dave Tunstall. Jodi Rose will keep an ongoing blog for PAR+RS (Public Art Scotland).

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Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA): 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3JD

6pm — 9pm

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Fri 16th April — Sat 29th May

A New Path aims to highlight the commissioning history and background behind six existing permanent public artworks in the city. New texts on each piece by local and international writers are available on the website, and Glasgow-based artist Graham Fagen will also lead two walking tours from Ian Hamilton Finlay’s bridge pier carving at George IV Bridge to Douglas Gordon’s ‘Empire’. Supported by GI Festival.

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Curator’s Tour — 11.00 Public Tour 2pm

Exhibition revisiting video installation works from the 1970s and 1980s. Street Level also present ‘How strange it is, to be standing leaning against the current of time’, an off-site exhibition of works by Louise Crawford and Stéphan Guéneau, and a screening event ‘Passages’, G-MAC, 21 April. Please see Event Listings for full details. Supported by GI Festival.

Prof. Simon Critchley & Prof. Christopher Fynsk

South Portland St Suspension Bridge: On the River Clyde

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Mon — Sat 10am — 5pm; Sun noon — 5pm & Thu 10am — 8pm

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Fri 23rd April

Tours start from outside Macsorleys Bar: 42 Jamaica Street, Glasgow, G1 4QG

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Jodi Rose, Lowsalt

Sat 17th April

Street Level: Trongate 103, Glasgow, G1 5HD

For her first Scottish solo exhibition, London-based artist Alice Channer presents new site-specific installation ‘Exhale, Inhale’ working with the wooden structure of the striking Mackintosh-designed gallery.

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Sorcha Dallas Projects & Jenny Crowe Commissions

Fri 16th April — Sun 30th May

Mon — Fri 10.30am — 4.30pm, Sat 10am — 2pm

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Stephen Partridge, John Adams, Kevin Atherton, Stephen Littman and Pictorial Heroes

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An installation combining newly commissioned and re-contextualized elements specifically developed for the main hall of Glasgow’s Mitchell Library. A screening event on 26th April also at the Mitchell Library will accompany the exhibition. Please see Event Listings for full details. Supported by GI Festival.

Mon — Wed & Sat 10am —5pm; Fri & Sun 1 1am —5pm; Thu 10am — 8pm

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Gerda Scheepers Fri 16th April — Mon 3rd May Mary Mary: Suite 2/1, 6 Dixon Street, Glasgow, G1 4AX

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Visual Arts & Galleries Association Tue 20th April Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA): 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3JD Times

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1.30pm — 8.15pm

Daily 11am — 6pm

This symposium offers a range of perspectives on philanthropy and sponsorship in the presentation of contemporary visual art. Speakers include Mark Williamson, Jenny Harrow, Susan Christie, Mark Neville and Melanie Bono. Please book via website.

A solo exhibition by Berlin-based artist Gerda Scheepers. Mary Mary are also presenting ‘The Party’, 24th April, Tramway, a one-off performance by Alexis Marguerite Teplin, and ‘It’s Proof That Counts’, the launch of Karla Black’s first major monograph, 18th April, The Glasgow School of Art. Please see Event Listings for full details. Supported by GI Festival.

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Fri 16th April — Mon 3rd May ten til ten: 6 Dixon Street Glasgow, G1 4AX Times

Daily noon — 5pm Carla Scott Fullerton’s new site-specific work explores the associations, potential and physicality of materials in the constructed form. Heather Cook exhibits work which expands and explores on the two-fold nature of her practice and her interests in the material and the immaterial. www.tentilten.co.uk


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Fri 16th April — Sun 2nd May

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Tue — Sun 11am — 5pm Glasgow-based artists Fred Pedersen and Anne-Marie Copestake evolve previous collaborations in an exhibition and performance at a former jewellers office. A slide show performance to accompany the exhibition will take place on Fri 16th 9.30pm and Sat 24th at 2pm.

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Tue — Sun 1pm — 6pm The artists take up residency in the gallery for a two week period, creating a laboratory that focuses on ‘making small print visible’, in the production of a series of texts, posters and collaborative demonstrations.

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Launch of the double A-side vinyl recording of ‘Guantanamera’, that features two singers from Cuba and Miami. The launch on 17 April will feature a special guest appearance by José Andres Ramirez. Supported by: SAC/Scottish Screen Artist Film & Video Award; Lord Provost and International Office; Produced by Douglas Gordon.

Curators: Sarah Smith, Sarah Neely, Maeve Connolly

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Fri 16th April — Mon 3rd May 14 — 20 Osborne Street, Trongate, G1 Times

The very particular ‘Donlon Books’ will operate for the duration of the Festival from The Modern Institute’s library in their new gallery.

Sat 17th April Glasgow Film Theatre, 2 Rose Street, Glasgow, G3 6RB Times

4pm — 6pm A programme of seven artists’ films representing the period from the 1970s to the present day introduced by the event’s curators and followed by a discussion. Featuring films by Anita Di Bianco, Jesse Jones, David Blandy, George Barber, Martin Arnold, Ivan Zulueta, Frank Stein and Lewis Klahr.

Francis McKee, Murdo MacDonald, Ishbel Murray Sat 24th April Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA): 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3JD Times

3pm Artists and academics discuss the impact that their Gaelic background may — or may not — have had on their work. Please see the venue website and Event Listings for full details.

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The Modern Institute present 3 projects for GI 2010

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SPIN-off Tours will lead you round many of the venues featured in the GI programme either as a walking or coach tour. A tour guide will lead discussions at each venue. Places will fill up quickly so do book early. SPIN: Glasgow is a membership group which organises special monthly arts events.

Tue — Fri 10am — 5pm Sat noon — 5pm

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Curated by Daniel Bauman Fri 16th April — Mon 3rd May

Sat 17th April — Mon 3rd May

Suite 6, Floor 1, 73 Robertson St. Glasgow

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Tue — Fri 10am — 5pm Sat noon — 5pm The Modern Institute presents a solo exhibition by Jim Lambie. This will be the inaugural exhibition in the new gallery space.

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Tue — Fri 10am — 5pm; Sat noon — 5pm The Modern Institute present a group show of work by international artists chosen by a specially invited curator; Daniel Bauman. Supported by GI Festival. www.themoderninstitute.com I  Jim Lambie. Maybelline 2008. Wooden Door, gloss paint, door knobs. Exhibition. Unknown Pleasures, Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, 12/12/08 (solo).

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City Centre

clydeside walkway at bridge street 16 April — 3 May 10am — 8pm (every 20 mins) Closest Rail or Subway link: St Enoch Subway Station and Central Station.

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School of Art 167 Renfrew Street, G3 6RQ Mon — Fri 10.30am — 4.30pm, Sat 10am — 2pm, Sun Closed 0141 353 4530 www.gsa.ac.uk Closest Rail or Subway link: Cowcaddens Subway Station.

Royal Exchange Square, G1 3AH Mon — Wed 10am — 5pm; Thu 10am — 8pm; Fri & Sat 11am — 5pm. 0141 287 3050 Closest Rail or Subway link: Glasgow Queen Street Railway Station and Buchanan Street Subway.

Studio Trongate 103, G1 5HD. Mon — Sat 10am — 5.30pm, Thu 10am — 8pm & Sun 12pm — 5pm 0141 552 0704 www.gpsart.co.uk Closest Rail or Subway link: St Enoch Subway Station and Central and Argyle Street Railway Station. Photoworks Trongate 103, G1 5HD Opening times: Mon — Sat 10am — 5pm; Sun noon — 5pm & Thu 10am — 8pm 0141 552 2151 www. streetlevelphotoworks.org Closest Rail or Subway link: St Enoch Subway Station and Central and Argyle Street Railway Station. Gallery 45—49 King Street, G1 5RA Tue — Sat 11am — 5pm, Thu 11am — 8pm 0141 552 7141 www.transmissiongallery.org Closest Rail or Subway link: St Enoch Subway and Argyle Street Railway Station.

350 Sauchiehall Street, G2 3JD Tue — Sun 1pm — 6pm 0141 352 4900 www.cca-glasgow.com Closest Rail or Subway link: Cowcaddens Subway. Charing Cross Railway Station.

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Gallery 5—9 St Margaret’s Place, G1 5JY Daily 11am — 6pm 0141 553 2662 www.sorchadallas.com Closest Rail or Subway link: St. Enoch’s Subway 08 The Arches

253 Argyle Street, G2 8DL Open 9am — 8pm Mon — Sat 12 — 6pm Sun Box Office: 0141 565 1000 Cafe Bar: 0141 565 1035 Open 11am—12am Mon — Sat 12pm — late Sun www.thearches.co.uk Closest Rail or Subway link: St Enoch Subway Station and Central Railway Station.

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Theatre (GFT) 12 Rose Street, G3 6RB www.gft.org.uk Closest Rail or Subway link: Cowcaddens Subway. 19 Bronze — Fred

Pedersen, Anne-Marie Copestake First Floor Right, 30 Bell St, Merchant City. Tue — Sun 11am — 5pm. Closest Rail or Subway link: St Enoch and Buchanan Street Subway, Central Station. 20 Trades Hall

85 Glassford Street, G1 1UH 0141 552 2418 www.tradeshallglasgow.co.uk Closest Rail or Subway link: Buchanan Street Subway and Central Station.

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Gallery and Museum 1st Floor Study Centre, Argyle Street, G3 8AG Mon — Thu & Sat 10am — 5pm. Fri & Sun 11am — 5pm. 0141 276 9500 or 0141 276 9511 www. glasgowmuseums.com Closest Rail or Subway link: Kelvinhall Subway Station.

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Art Gallery 82 Hillhead Street, University of Glasgow, G12 8QQ Mon — Sat 9.30am — 5pm 0141 330 5431 www.hunterian.gla.ac.uk Closest Rail or Subway link: Hillhead Subway Station.

Building 49 Virginia Street (first floor), G1 1TS Daily 10am — 6pm 07729693548 www.ashrowan.com Closest Rail or Subway link: St Enoch or Buchanan Street Subway station and Central Station.

Modern Terra Speirs Locks Wasteland, Farnell Street, Glasgow Ground level entrance can be found at Farnell Street beyond the Glue Factory Fri — Sun noon — 6pm & Thu 2pm — 8pm www.modernterra. blogspot.com Closest Rail or Subway link: Cowcaddens.

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Daily 10am — 5pm 0141 222 2513 Closest Rail or Subway link: Exhibition Centre.

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Mary Mary Suite 2/1 6 Dixon Street, G1 4AX. Mon — Sun 11 — 6pm 0141 226 2257. www.marymarygallery.co.uk Closest Rail or Subway link: St Enoch’s Subway Station and Central Station.

THE MODERN INSTITUTE 22 14—20 Osborne Street, Trongate, G1 23 Suite 6 Floor 1, 73 Robertson Street, G2 8QD Tue — Fri 10am — 5pm; Sat noon — 5pm 0141 248 3711/248 3280 www.moderninstitute .com Closest Rail or Subway link: Central Station and St. Enoch’s Subway. Le Drapeau Noir Renfield Lane Daily 5pm — 11pm Closest Rail or Subway link: Central Station and St. Enoch’s Subway

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Sloans 108 Argyle Street, 62 Argyll Arcade, G2 8BG

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20—28 Renfield Lane, G2 6PH Mon & Tue: 12pm — 1am; Wed — Sun: 12pm — 3am 0141 222 2254 www.stereocafebar.com Closest Rail or Subway link: Central Station and St. Enoch’s Subway.

8 Great Western Terrace, G12 Mon — Sun 10.30am — 6pm; Thu 10.30am — 8pm whitehouseglasgow. blogspot.com Closest Rail or Subway link: Byres Road.

Sculpture Studios 145 Kelvinhaugh Street, G3 8PX Mon — Sun 11am — 6pm www. glasgowsculpturestudios.org Closest Rail or Subway link: Kelvinhall Subway. 21 Woodlands Terrace, G3 6DF Mon — Wed & Sat 10am — 5pm; Thu & Fri 10am — 7pm; Sun noon — 5pm 0141 428 3022 www.thecommonguild.org.uk Closest Rail or Subway link: Kelvinbridge Subway Station. St George’s Cross Subway Station.

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25 Albert Drive, G41 2PE Mon — Fri 11 — 5pm, Sat — Sun 11 — 6pm 0141 276 0950 www.tramway.org Closest Rail or Subway link: Pollokshields East Railway Station. 37 The Southside

Studios Gallery 17 Westmoreland Street, G42 8LL Daily 11am — 7pm www.southsidestudios.org Closest Rail or Subway link: Queen’s Park Railway Station.

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22 Farnell Street. Garscube Ind. Estate. Maryhill Fri — Wed noon — 5pm & Thu noon—8pm www.FINNcollective. blogspot.com Closest Rail or Subway link: Cowcaddens.

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Art Lover Bellahouston Park, 10 Dumbreck Road, G41 5BW. Dawn — dusk (park), 10am — 5pm (House) 0141 353-4770 www.houseforanartlover.co.uk Closest Rail or Subway link: Dumbreck Railway Station.

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Macsorleys Bar 42 Jamaica Street, G1 4QG Bridgeland South Portland St Suspension Bridge: On the River Clyde Fri 23rd April 6pm — 9pm

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The Mitchell Library 201 North Street, G3 7DN Mon — Thu 11am — 8pm, Fri & Sat 11am — 5pm. 0141 287 2901 www.mitchelllibrary.org Closest Rail or Subway link: Charing Cross Railway Station and St. George’s Cross Subway. C

100 Eastvale Place, G3 8QG. Mon — Sat noon — 6pm; Thu noon — 8pm 0141 357 7246 www.swg3.tv Closest Rail or Subway link: Kelvinhall Subway Station.

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Project Arch Unit: 5 & 7 Osborne St, G1 Fri 16th April — Mon 3rd May Closest Rail or Subway link: Argyle Street Railway 31 Washington

Fairfield shipbuilding offices 1030—1048 Govan Road, Govan April 24 — 25 and May 1 — 2. Closest Rail or Subway link: Govan Subway

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Garcia Arch 24, Eastvale Place, G3 8QG Tue — Sat 12 — 6pm www. washingtongarciagallery.com Closest Rail or Subway link: Kelvinhall Subway Station.

A range of indoor and outdoor locations along Westmoreland St, Govanhill. G42 8LL www.streetland.net Closest Rail or Subway link: Queen’s Park Railway Station.

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BBC Scotland, Reception, 40 Pacific Quay, G51 1DA Fri 16th April — Mon 3rd May Daily 10am — 5pm

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06 The Mitchell Library 201 North Street, G3 7DN Mon — Thu 11am — 8pm, Fri & Sat 11am — 5pm. 0141 287 2901 www.mitchelllibrary.org Closest Rail or Subway link: Charing Cross Railway Station and St. George’s Cross Subway.

ten til ten 6 Dixon Street G1 4AX Daily noon — 5pm www.tentilten.co.uk Closest Rail or Subway link: St Enoch’s Subway Station and Central Station.

East End

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350 Sauchiehall Street, G2 3JD Tue — Sun 11am — 6pm, Thu until 8pm 0141 352 4900 www.cca-glasgow.com Closest Rail or Subway link: Cowcaddens Subway. Charing Cross Railway Station.

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Atypical Root is a series of new public artworks, exhibitions, events and happenings to form a trail linking other GI projects. Please see website for full details.

www.tradeshallglasgow.co.uk

www.cca-glasgow.com

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Fri 16th April — Mon 3rd May

Sat 6pm — midnight & Sun noon — 6pm

‘Content’ comprises text and image contributions from seven contemporary artists and curators: Shama Khanna, Rashanna Rashied-Walker, Tamarin Norwood, Ross Birrell, Criodhna Costello, Larys Fogies and Claire Nichols. The publication will be available free of charge. Supported by Arts Council England.

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Curated and produced by Natalie Lambert & Jamie Cooper

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Grand Hall of Trades Hall, 85 Glassford Street, Glasgow, G1 1UH

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The Alchemist will combine moving image work by Richard Ashrowan, with performances by Alastair MacLennan and Sandra Johnston.

Sat 17th April & Sun 18th April

Centre for Contemporary Arts (Aye Aye Books): 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3JD

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Ross Birrell & David Harding Fri 16th April — Mon 3rd May

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The Jacobean Building: 49 Virginia Street (first floor), Glasgow, G1 1TS

Fri 16th April — Mon 3rd May

30 Bell Street, First Floor Right, Glasgow, G1 1LG

Intermedia, (Centre for Contemporary Arts): 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3JD

GI Hub 01 54 Miller Street 02 68 Miller Street Merchant City. Mon — Sun: 10am — 8pm Closest Rail or Subway link: St Enoch and Buchanan Street Subway Station and Central and Argyle Street Railway Station.

Richard Ashrowan, Alastair MacLennan and Sandra Johnston

Anne-Marie Copestake & Fred Pedersen

Fri 16th April — Mon 3rd May

Organisations/galleries involved/ in-kind support: BizSpace, Central Station, Clydebrae Studios, David Dale gallery, Glasgow City Council, Glasgow Science Centre, noiseforsomething, Scottish Enterprise, Town and City Parking, Walk Glasgow.

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328 Duke Street; Dennistoun, G31. noon — 5pm Closest Rail or Subway link: Bellgrove Railway Station. 42 market Gallery

334 Duke Street, G31 1 QZ Daily: noon — 6pm 0141 556 7276 www.marketgallery.org.uk Closest Rail or Subway link: Bellgrove Railway Station. 43

Modblocks—Ally Wallace St. Benedict’s, 753—755 Westerhouse Road, Easterhouse, G34 9RP (16 — 24 April) & Our Lady of Good Counsel, 73 Craigpark, Dennistoun, G31 2JF (25 April — 3 May) Mon — Sat, 11am — 5pm; Sun, 1pm — 5pm Closest Rail or Subway link: Easterhouse Road Station.

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23 Duke Street, G4 0UL Tue — Sun 11am — 6pm 0141 237 8754 www.theduchygallery.co.uk Closest Rail or Subway link: High Street Railway Station. 45 Wasps Studios

Hanson Street Project Space, Wasps Studios, 77 Hanson Street, Dennistoun, G31 2HF Mon — Fri 9.30am — 5pm, Sat — Sun 11am — 3pm www.retro-renaissance.com Closest Rail or Subway link: Bellgrove Railway Station.


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Events DIARY Fri 16 April Artist Talk  11am — 1pm Glasgow School of Art Friday Event, Fiona Tan — Glasgow Film Theatre — Free Talk  2.30 pm Joseph Beuys / Artist Rooms: The Art Fund in partnership with GI Festival presents Anthony d’Offay in conversation with Keith Hartley (Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art) at The Hunterian Art Gallery. Places are Free but limited. To book please e-mail: office@glasgowinternational.org

Event  4pm — midnight Social Landscape — Damien Marchal, Katy Dove, Sophie Macpherson, David Zérah and Muscles of Joy — Stereo — Renfield Lane Event  4 — 6pm It’s Proof That Counts — Karla Black — Mackintosh Room, Glasgow School of Art — Free Open Glasgow Event  5 — 11pm Le Drapeau Noir — Raydale Dower with Tony Swain and Rob Churm — Renfield Lane — Free

Open Glasgow Event  5 — 11pm Le Drapeau Noir — Raydale Dower with Tony Swain and Rob Churm — Renfield Lane

Screening  6 — 11pm Sci-fi cinema — Myrto Stampoulou — market Gallery — Free

Live Gig  7pm Alan McKim — Stereo — £TBC

Mon 19 April

Live Gig  11pm EQ’D presents: Kate Simko (Spectral Sound | Chicago) — Stereo — £8/10 after midnight

Sat 17 April Learning  10.30am — 1pm GI Saturday Art Club — GoMA — Open to children 3 — 11 years and their families — Drop in Learning  1.00 — 3.00 pm Create your own flickbook (8 — 12 years) — Kelvingrove Screening  4 — 6pm Citing Cinema in Artists’ Films — Glasgow Film Theatre — £6.50/£5.00. Tickets available from 0141 332 6535 or online at: https://tickets. glasgowfilmtickets.org.uk Tour  2.00pm A New Path — Sorcha Dallas Projects & Jenny Crowe Commissions — Tour led by artist Graham Fagan and start from Mcsorleys Bar — Free but booking is essential, call 0141 553 2662 Event  6 — 11.30pm Guantanamera Record Launch & Performance — Ross Birrell and David Harding — Grand Hall of Trades Hall — Free Open Glasgow Event  5 — 11pm Le Drapeau Noir — Raydale Dower with Tony Swain and Rob Churm — Renfield Lane Event  7pm The Television — Repeat — Kevin Atherton — Street Level — Free Live Gig  7pm Wooden Shjips + Guests — Stereo — £9 STBF Live Gig  11pm — 3am Numbers label showcase: deadboy + redinho + spencer—Stereo—Girls Go Free before midnight

Sun 18 April Tour  1 — 5pm SPIN Off — Free but booking essential at Trongate 103 reception Learning  1 — 3pm GoMA Bites — adult workshops — To book by email GoMABookings@csglasgow. org or call 0141 287 3059

Open Glasgow Event  5 — 11pm Le Drapeau Noir — Raydale Dower with Tony Swain and Rob Churm — Renfield Lane — Free Screening  6 — 11pm Sci-fi cinema—Myrto Stampoulou—market Gallery — Free

Live Gig  7.30pm Chain & The Gang + Jacob Yates and the Pearly Gate Lock-Pickers — Stereo — £8 STBF

Thu 22 April Open Glasgow Event  5 — 11pm Le Drapeau Noir — Raydale Dower with Tony Swain and Rob Churm — Renfield Lane — Free Live Gig  7.30pm The Primitives + Guests — Stereo Screening  8pm Lowsalt Open-Air Film Screening — 145 Kelvinhaugh Street — Free Open Glasgow Event  8pm Urlibido — Kim Coleman & Jenny Hogarth, Susie Green, Shelly Nadashi, Kimberley O’Neill, Morag Ross and Cara Tolmie — Sloans Grand Ballroom — £4 Available from Tramway box office 0845 330 3501

Symposium  1.30pm — 8.15pm Cultural Capital — Philanthropy and Sponsorship in the Visual Arts — Visual Arts and Galleries Association(VAGA) — Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA) — Book at: http:// www.vaga-gi.eventbrite.com Open Glasgow Event  5 — 11pm Le Drapeau Noir — Raydale Dower with Tony Swain and Rob Churm — Renfield Lane — Free Screening  6 — 11pm Sci-fi cinema — Myrto Stampoulou — market Gallery — Free

Wed 21 April Open Glasgow Event  5 — 11pm Le Drapeau Noir — Raydale Dower with Tony Swain and Rob Churm—Renfield Lane — Free Screening  6 — 11pm Sci-fi cinema — Myrto Stampoulou — market Gallery — Free Talk  6pm Curator talk by Katrina Brown Director of The Common Guild and of Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art — GI Hub, 54 Miller Street Free but booking essential, please email: office@glasgowinternational.org Screening  7pm Passages — Street Level Photoworks screening at G-MAC — Free Event  7pm Pub School — market Gallery — Free

Tour  2 — 5pm Heritage Walk — Glasgow Women’s Library — Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA) — Free but booking essential. Please contact 0141 552 8345 — info@womenslibrary.org.uk Talk  3pm Ceol’s Craic at CCA — Francis McKee, Murdo MacDonald, Ishbel Murray — Free Talk  3pm Katrina Brown, Director of The Common Guild and of Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art talks about Gerard Byrne’s work — The Common Guild — Places are Free but limited. To book please e-mail: info@thecommonguild.org.uk Open Glasgow Event  5 — 11pm Le Drapeau Noir — Raydale Dower with Tony Swain and Rob Churm — Renfield Lane — Free Live Gig  7pm Penetration — Stereo

Fri 23 April Tue 20 April

Event  noon & 2pm Fairfield Shipbuilding Offices — Fairfield Brass Band — Free at Trongate 103 reception

Event  11am — Midnight The Darktown Cakewalk: Celebrated from the House of FAME — Linder — The Arches, £6 Available from The Arches box office 011 565 1000 or online www.thearches.co.uk Talk  11am — 1pm Glasgow School of Art Friday Event Lecture — Maria Thereza Alves — Glasgow Film Theatre — Free Open Glasgow Event  5 — 11pm Le Drapeau Noir — Raydale Dower with Tony Swain and Rob Churm — Renfield Lane — Free Event  6 — 9pm Welcome to Bridgeland — Jodi Rose — South Portland St Suspension Bridge — Free Live Gig  7pm Take a Worm for a Walk Week + The Happy Particles — Stereo — £5 Live Gig  11pm — 3am Stereo & Mixed Bizness Present: Bass Cleff (live) + Boom Monk Ben (dj) + Point Toc (dj) with Visual Aids (vj) — Stereo

Sat 24 April Learning  10.30am — 1pm GI Saturday Art Club — GoMA — Open to children 3 — 11 years and their families — Please drop in Learning  1.00 — 4.00 pm Experimental Doodles — creative drawing workshop (16 years +) — Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery Tour  1 — 5pm SPIN Off — Free booking essential at Trongate 103 reception — Free but booking essential

Event  7.30pm The Party — Alexis Marguerite Teplin —Tramway — £4 Available from Tramway box office 0845 330 3501 Live Gig  11pm — 3am Tronic presents: Luke Abbott (live) (Border Community) + Araya (Benbecula) + Sean Kerwin (Modifier) + Leigh Myles (Soma) + Hurden Husket (Live Visual Feed) — Stereo — £7

WEST END Open Glasgow Event  5 — 11pm Le Drapeau Noir — Raydale Dower with Tony Swain and Rob Churm — Renfield Lane — Free Screening  6pm David Noonan — Screening — Ingmar Bergman’s ‘The Rite’ — The Mitchell Library — Free

Event  Noon & 2pm Fairfield Shipbuilding Offices — Fairfield Brass Band — Free

Tue 27 April Open Glasgow Event  5 — 11pm Le Drapeau Noir — Raydale Dower with Tony Swain and Rob Churm — Renfield Lane — Free

Wed 28 April Open Glasgow Event  noon — 6pm Sim-po-zeum — Ruth Barker, Kathryn Elkin, Martine Myrup, Sarah Tripp — Jeffrey Library, Mitchell Library — Free Open Glasgow Event  5 — 11pm Le Drapeau Noir — Raydale Dower with Tony Swain and Rob Churm — Renfield Lane — Free Event  7pm Pub School—market Gallery — Free Screening  8pm As We Speak — Stereo — Free

Symposium  10am — 5pm SpeedWork — Jacqueline Donachie — House For an Art Lover, Bellahouston Park — Free

Learning  1.00 — 4.00pm Get into the Grove: Blah Blah Blah! — Graphic poster design. (12 — 17 years) —Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery Tour  1 — 5pm SPIN Off — Free but booking essential at Trongate 103 reception

Event  5pm — 8pm SpeedWork — Jacqueline Donachie — House For an Art Lover, Bellahouston Park — Free

Learning  1 — 3pm GoMA Bites — adult workshops — GoMA — Please book by emailing GoMABookings@ csglasgow.org or call 0141 287 3059

Screening  8pm Lowsalt — Open-Air Film — 145 Kelvinhaugh Street — Free

Mon 26 April Symposium  11am — 1pm The Infinite Demand of Art — Prof. Simon Critchley and Prof. Christopher Fynsk — Glasgow Film Theatre £5/4. Available at GSA reception 0141 353 4500, cash only or GFT box office 0141 332 6535

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Live Gig  8pm — midnight GANGHUT Closing Party — Polloc Cricket Club — Free

Fri 16th April — Sun 26th September Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum: (1st Floor Study Centre), Argyle Street, Glasgow, G3 8AG

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Open Glasgow Event  5 — 11pm Le Drapeau Noir — Raydale Dower with Tony Swain and Rob Churm — Renfield Lane — Free

Open Glasgow Event  5 — 11pm Le Drapeau Noir — Raydale Dower with Tony Swain and Rob Churm — Renfield Lane — Free

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Live Gig  7.30pm Bach in Stereo — Stereo — Free

Thu 29 April Sun 25 April

Talk  7pm The Common Guild presents: ‘Detours: Maria Lind’ — The Trades Hall of Glasgow, Glassford Street — Free but booking essential, please email: info@thecommonguild.org.uk

Fri 30 April Talk  11am —1pm Glasgow School of Art Friday Event Lecture — Lewis Biggs — Glasgow Film Theatre — Free Open Glasgow Event  5 — 11pm Le Drapeau Noir — Raydale Dower with Tony Swain and Rob Churm — Renfield Lane — Free Talk  5 — 6.30pm Reading and Wading through the Long Loch — Kate Davis and Faith Wilding —Centre for Contemporary Arts, CCA — Free Event  6 — 10pm Publand — market Gallery — Free

Tour  1 — 5pm SPIN Off — Free but booking essential at Trongate 103 reception

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Mon — Thu & Sat 10am — 5pm; Fri & Sun 11am — 5pm David Shrigley has been commissioned by the Festival to make a special installation of new sculptural works for the city’s much-loved Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum. Occupying the existent glass cases in the Study Centre, Shrigley’s objects are embued with the same vivid sense of the absurd as his well-known graphic works.

Symposium  11.30am — 9pm How We Go On Now Symposium — Kate Davis and Faith Wilding — Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA) — Free but booking is essential, call CCA Box Office on 0141 352 4900

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Open Glasgow Event  5 — 11pm Le Drapeau Noir — Raydale Dower with Tony Swain and Rob Churm — Renfield Lane — Free

Jimmie Durham Fri 16th April — Sun 5th September

Live Gig  7pm Bombshake + Guests — Stereo — £TBC

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Daily 11am — 6pm, Thu 11am — 8pm

Symposium  1 — 5pm This Time with Feeling — Tramway — Tickets and more information available from Tramway box office 0845 330 3501

For his first solo show in Scotland, Jimmie Durham presents a new sculptural work. Newly commissioned, this is the outcome of a series of intimate performance events conducted by the artist. Supported by GI Festival. Residency supported by The Henry Moore Foundation.

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Artist Rooms 1st April — 27th September

Mon 3 May Live Event  1 — 5pm SPIN Off — Tour — FREE but booking essential at Trongate 103 reception Open Glasgow Event  5 — 11pm Le Drapeau Noir — Raydale Dower with Tony Swain and Rob Churm — Renfield Lane — Free Please check the GI website for full ticket information/accessibility

The Hunterian Art Gallery: 82 Hillhead Street, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, G12 8QQ Times

Mon — Sat 9.30am — 5pm A selection of works from the ‘ARTIST ROOMS’ collection, co-curated by GI Director Katrina Brown and Mungo Campbell, Deputy Director at the Hunterian. The exhibition will include a number of vitrines, including the legendary ‘Fat Chair’, a remarkable selection of drawings and an iconic portrait of Beuys by Andy Warhol .

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WEST END refreshments offered by the FINN bar & canteen and the Kelvingrove Cafe. Supported by GI Festival. FINN Collective thank ISIS Waterside Regeneration for the in-kind use of the Glue Factory.

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Gerard Byrne Fri 16th April — Sat 26th June The Common Guild: 21 Woodlands Terrace, Glasgow, G3 6DF

An on-going series of black and white photographs begun in 2005, ‘Images of shadows of divine things’ offers a counterpoint to Byrne’s new video work shown elsewhere in the Festival. Taken exclusively in the United States, the series illustrates the constant presence of the past.

+44 141 Gallery: SWG3, 100 Eastvale Place, Glasgow, G3 8GQ

Conor Kelly, Niall MacDonald, Emmett Walsh

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Fri — Wed noon — 5pm & Thu noon — 8pm An outdoor exhibition featuring sculptural works by 16 Glasgow — based artists, inspired by ‘Vestiges Of The Natural History Of Creation’. The exhibition is accompanied by a series of Thursday night open-air film screenings, please see Event Listings for full details. Supported by GI Festival. Hosted and supported by Glasgow Sculpture Studios with additional support from GI Learn and The Hidden Gardens.

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World-renowned Scottish artist Douglas Gordon — showing in Glasgow for the first time in over a decade — revisits his 1993 breakthrough work ‘24Hour Psycho’, first made for Tramway.

Film programme shown daily through: 11am — 3pm. Curated by James Richards, ‘Photography is Easy’ comprises films by Leslie Thornton and will be shown daily between 11am — 3pm. Curated by Isla Lever-Yap, ‘The Voice is Language’ comprises a diverse events programme of artists’ films and performances including new work by Sophie McPherson, Cara Tolmie and Sue Tompkins. Orbiting the legacy of avant-garde pioneer Meredith Monk, films will be screening daily 3pm — 5pm.

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Christoph Büchel Fri 16th April — Sun 18th July In the redoubtable main gallery space of Tramway 2, Swiss artist Christoph Büchel presents a fictitious, yet highly believable environment constructed around a complex of shipping containers.

Mon — Sat noon — 6pm; Thu noon — 8pm

New work by Graham Eatough combining video installation and interactive live performance. ‘This Time with Feeling’ culminates in a symposium at Tramway on Sunday 2nd May looking at the relationships between the visual and performing arts today. Please see Event Listings for full details.

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Corin Sowrn’s first solo exhibition in Scotland brings together a collection of new works on paper and sculptural objects.

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Curated by Angela Beck and Talitha Kotzé, this exhibition and publication, artists and writers respond to the history of the tall ship, Glenlee.

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An artist increasing known for her works that draw extensively on performance and dramatisation, Keren Cytter presents her new film ‘Four Seasons’ (2009), in which the female lead is cast as a wayward Hollywood beauty.

Fri 16th April — Mon 3rd May BBC Scotland, Reception, 40 Pacific Quay, Glasgow, G51 1DA Times

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Mon — Sat noon — 6pm; Thu noon — 8pm Created by FOUND members Ziggy Campbell, Simon Kirby and Tommy Perman, Cybraphon is an interactive, mechanical band in a box. Sensing people looking at it, Cybraphon springs to life and plays music for its visitors.

A selection of film and video work by artists closely associated with Glasgow and its visual arts scene. Collectively, the work spans almost twenty years from early 1990s to present day. This selection has been made in association with the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

Fri 16th April — Mon 3rd May The White House at the Burrell House: 8 Great Western Terrace, Glasgow, G12 0UP Times

Fri — Wed 10.30am — 6pm & Thu 10.30am — 8pm This exhibition brings together the work of artists Mark Campbell and Craig Peacock, presenting both studio and site-specific works, taking ‘light’ as its theme. www.whitehouseglasgow.blogspot.com

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An exhibition featuring work from FINN Collective plus over 20 local and international artists and musicians. Accompanying the show is a programme of music, talks, performance & readings with

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Fri — Wed noon — 5pm & Thu noon — 8pm

Kristina Bengtsson, Louise Briggs, Linda de Canha, Helen Edling, Levi Hanes, Neil Cooper, Conor Kelly, Kendall Koppe, Fiona Short, Emmett Walsh and Adrienne Van Eeden-Wharton

Washington Garcia: Arch 24, Eastvale Place, Glasgow, G3 8QG

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Exhibition showcasing new work by three Glasgow — based artists working in painting, sculpture and video respectively. Supported by The Arts Trust of Scotland, Richard DeMarco Travel Bursary, Gasworks and Greatmore Arts, Cape Town.

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Tramway and GI have collaborated to create a programme of exhibitions, screenings and events across all of Tramway’s unique and distinctive spaces, with each project referencing the Festival’s theme of ‘past, present, future’.

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SWG3 Projects: 2nd Floor, 100 Eastvale Place, Glasgow, G3 8QG

FINN Collective

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Glue Factory: 22 Farnell Street. Garscube Ind. Estate. Maryhill, Glasgow

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Glasgow-based artists present an exhibition of site-specific works. A rolling programme of weekend events, film screenings and barbeques will take place throughout GI.

Arch Unit: 5 & 7 Osborne St, Glasgow, G1

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Emerging artists Dan Miller and Sandy Smith each present solo exhibitions as part of an SWG3 offsite project.

Alexis Dirks, Allison Gibbs & Christian Newby

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For his first UK solo exhibition, Icelandic-born, Glasgow — based artist Baldvin Ringsted presents sculptures and sound installations.

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Speirs Locks Wasteland, Farnell Street, Glasgow Ground level entrance can be found at Farnell Street beyond the Glue Factory.

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Working with the three window spaces at the front of the SWG3 building, Sam Kennedy presents a permanent artwork to be viewed from the train line adjacent to the studio complex.

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SWG3 2nd Floor: 100 Eastvale Place, Glasgow, G3 8GQ

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Outdoor Garden/Wasteland at the Glasgow Sculpture Studios 145 Kelvinhaugh Street, Glasgow, G3 8PX

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For GI SWG3 and +44 141 present a series of exhibitions and off-site commissions:

Mon — Wed & Sat 10am — 5pm; Thu & Fri 10am — 7pm; Sun noon — 5pm

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Christina McBride Fri 16th April — Mon 3rd May

Lila de Magalhaes and Aimee Campbell

328 Duke Street: Dennistoun, Glasgow, G31

Sat 17th April — Sat 8th May

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The Duchy: 23 Duke Street, Glasgow, G4 0UL

Daily: noon — 5pm Christina McBride presents a new body of lens-based work. Supported by: Scottish Arts Council, Rob Joiner and Reidvale Housing Association.

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Colin Begg, Sarah Kenchington, Mark Vernon, Emma Bowen, Belinda Gilbert Scott

Fri 16th April — Mon 3rd May Southside Studios: 17 Westmoreland Street, Glasgow, G42 8LL Daily 11am — 7pm

market Gallery: 334 Duke Street, Glasgow G31 1QZ Times

Daily noon — 6pm

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Sat & Sun 11am — 4pm

market Gallery present a solo exhibition by Myrto Stampoulou, the Pub School and the market Gallery Pub which will culminate in an event on 30 April 2010. Please see Event Listings for full details.

Five artists collaborate to create an installation and a series of performances in the former Fairfield Shipyard offices. Performances by a reincarnated Fairfield brass band will take place on Sat & Sun at noon & 2pm.

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Jacqueline Donachie

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House for an Art Lover: Bellahouston Park, 10 Dumbreck Road, Glasgow, G41 5BW

At various venues in and around Westmoreland St, Govanhill, G42 126

Daily 10am — 5pm (House for an Art Lover) & dawn — dusk (Bellahouston Park)

Exhibitions, performances and events exploring the street as conduit, creating opportunities for people to come together and share their responses. Funded by the South East Area Arts Network and the Fairer Scotland Fund. www.streetland.net

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Access Information

Sleeping City Centre

Most Festival venues are fully accessible for people with disabilities but given the temporary nature of some venues, facilities do vary. For further details on access at off-site venues please call the GI Festival office on + 44 (0)141 287 8384 or check www.glasgowinternational.org. For gallery based events, contact the individual venues for details of access. Contact details are listed on the reverse of the centre map. Planning your visit

Emerging artists Lila de Magalhaes and Aimee Campbell create a collaborative installation.

On information on how to get to Glasgow, transport links and accommodation in Glasgow visit www.seeglasgow.com where you can download your free iphone guide to the city, call +44 (0)141 204 4400 or visit in person at VisitScotland Tourist Information Centre, 11 George Square, Glasgow.

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Leigh Chorlton Fri 16th April — Fri 30th April Wasps Studios: Hanson Street Project Space, Wasps Studios, 77 Hanson Street, Dennistoun, Glasgow, G31 2HF

Getting to Glasgow Arriving by air

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Arriving by train

With this ongoing project by Edinburgh-based artist Leigh Chorlton paintings are reworked into a retro revival of the Renaissance. www.retro-renaissance.com

To Glasgow Central or Queen Street Station: make your way to the Festival Hub at Miller Street (map ref 01) for help with navigation and all festival information. Keep up to date Follow us on Twitter and Facebook, just search for GI Festival 2010.

Visit www.glasgowinternational.org and register your details to receive regular updates and news on the GI Festival. Please note: All information is correct at time of going to print. The GI Festival is not responsible for the cancellation of events managed by participating venues. For updates on individual exhibitions and events please refer to the contact details for each venue.

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Mon — Sat, 11am — 5pm; Sun, 1pm — 5pm. Exhibition of new work running consecutively in two of Glasgow’s iconic Modernist buildings — St. Benedict’s (16 — 24 April) and Our Lady of Good Counsel (25 April — 3 May)

Brunswick Hotel 106—108 Brunswick Street
 Glasgow
G1 1TF + 44 (0) 141 552 0001 www.brunswickhotel.co.uk Blythswood Hotel No.11 Blythswood Square Glasgow G2 4AD + 44 (0) 141 208 2458 www.townhousecompany. com/blythswoodsquare Malmaison 278 West George Street Glasgow
G2 4LL 
 + 44 (0) 141 572 1000 www.malmaison-glasgow.com

Carlton George Hotel 44 West George Street
Glasgow G2 1DH + 44 (0) 141 353 6373 www.carlton.nl/george/ default-en.html Eurohostel 318 Clyde Street, G1 4NR + 44 (0) 141 222 2828 www.euro-hostels.co.uk/glasgow Premier Inn 187 George Street Glasgow G1 1YU www.premierinn.com/en South Side

Mailing List

St. Benedict’s, 753 — 755 Westerhouse Road, Easterhouse, G34 9RP & Our Lady of Good Counsel, 73 Craigpark, Dennistoun, G31 2JF.

Radisson Hotel 301 Argyle Street
 Glasgow G2 8DL + 44 (0) 141 204 3333 www.radissonblu.co.uk/ hotel-glasgow

Fraser Suites 19 Albion St Glasgow Scotland www.frasersuitesglasgow.co.uk

From Glasgow Airport: take the city centre bus to Queen St or Central Station where you can connect to local trains or underground. From Prestwick Airport: take the train to Central Station for all connections.

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Favourite places FOR EATING, DRINKING & SLEEPING

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Govan Road, Glasgow, G51

GANGHUT developed a site specific structure that inhabits/ takes over the South Side Studios location. GANGHUT’s musical leg, GANGBAND, will also be performing, 30 April. Please see Event Listings for full details. Supported by GI Festival.

Jacqueline Donachie presents a new outdoor work and a symposium, 29 April, both resulting from a recent research residency undertaken at the House for an Art Lover. Please see Event Listings for full details of symposium and performance event. Symposium supported by Public Art Scotland.

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VISiTing Glasgow

Sherbrooke Castle Hotel 11 Sherbrooke Avenue Pollockshields
 Glasgow
G41 4P + 44 (0) 141 427 4227 www.sherbrooke.co.uk Etap 2a Springfield Quay Glasgow G5 8NP + 44 (0) 141 429 8013 www.etaphotel.coml Ivory Hotel 2—4 Camphill Avenue Glasgow G41 3AY + 44 (0) 141 636 0223 www.ivoryhotel.com West End The City Inn Finnieston Quay
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G3 8HN + 44 (0)845 838 127 www.cityinn.com/glasgow/ glasgow-hotels.htm The Hilton Grosvenor Hotel 1—9 Grosvenor Terrace Great Western Road Glasgow G12 0TA + 44 (0) 141 339 8811 www.hilton.co.uk/ glasgowgrosvenor

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The Belhaven Hotel 15 Belhaven Terrace Glasgow G12 OTG www.belhavenhotel.com + 44 (0) 141 339 3222

The Butterfly and the Pig 153 Bath Street Glasgow G2 4SQ + 44 (0) 141 221 7711 www.thebutterflyandthepig.com

The Kelvingrove Hotel 944 Sauchiehall Street Glasgow G3 7TH + 44 (0) 141 339 5011 www.kelvingrove-hotel.co.uk

The Horseshoe Bar 17—19 Drury Street Glasgow + 44 (0) 141 248 6368 www.horseshoebar.co.uk

Kirklee Hotel 11 Kensington Gate Glasgow G12 9LG + 44 (0) 141 334 5555 www.kirkleehotel.co.uk

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Eating and Drinking City Centre Stereo Cafe Bar 0—28 Renfield Lane Glasgow G2 6PH + 44 (0) 141 222 2254 www.stereocafebar.com Throughout GI, Stereo will be open late offering a special late night menu til midnight. Stereo have also specially programmed a series of live music gigs and club nights. Please see Event Listings for full details. Café and Bar Gandolfi 64 Albion Street Glasgow G1 1NY + 44 (0) 141 552 6813 www.cafegandolfi.com Mono Café Bar 12 Kings Court Glasgow G1 5RB + 44 (0) 141 553 2400 www.monocafebar.com Tron Café Bar Tron Theatre 
63 Trongate 
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G1 5HB + 44 (0)141 552 8587 www.tron.co.uk/food-drink Rogano 11 Exchange Place Glasgow
G1 3AN www.roganoglasgow.com City Merchant 97—99 Candleriggs Glasgow G1 1NP Ad Lib Merchant City 33 Ingram Street Glasgow G1 1HA + 44 (0) 141 552 5736 www.adlibglasgow.com The Baby Grand Elmbank Gds, Glasgow G2 4NQ + 44 (0) 141 248 4942 www.babygrandglasgow.com The Black Sparrow 241 North Street Charing Cross Glasgow + 44 (0) 141 221 5530 www.theblacksparrow.co.uk Two Fat Ladies in the City 118a Blythswood Street Glasgow G2 4EG + 44 (0) 141 847 0088 www.twofatladiesrestaurant.com

Stravaigin 28 Gibson Street Glasgow G12 8NX + 44 (0) 141 334 2665 www.stravaigin.com Ubiquitous Chip 8—12 Ashton Lane Glasgow G12 8SJ + 44 (0) 141 334 5007 www.ubiquitouschip.co.uk The 78 10-14 Kelvinhaugh Street Glasgow G3 8NU + 44 (0) 141 576 5018 www.the78cafebar.com The Big Slope 6 Kelvingrove Street Glasgow G3 7SA + 44 (0) 141 333 0869 Firebird 1321 Argyle Street Glasgow G3 8AB + 44 (0) 141 334 0594 www.firebirdglasgow.com East End Tapa Coffee and Bakehouse Dennistoun 19—21 Whitehill St Glasgow + 44 (0) 141 554 9981 WEST — Brewery, Bar, Restaurant Building 4 Templeton Building Glasgow Green Glasgow G40 1AW + 44 (0) 141 550 0135 www.westbeer.com South side Tapa coffeehouse 721 Pollokshaws Rd Glasgow + 44 (0) 141 423 9494 Church on the Hill 16 Algie Street Glasgow G41 3DJ + 44 (0) 141 636 9171 Email: churchonthehill@ darkstarscotland.com Stube Beer Hall Kilmarnock Road Glasgow G41 3YR + 44 (0) 141 636 4401 The Waverley Tea Room 18 Moss Side Road Glasgow G41 3TN + 44 (0) 141 616 6818 www.g1group.com


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The GI Festival is produced and managed by Culture & Sport Glasgow. We wish to thank the following individuals and organisations for their support:

Additional Support British Council Scotland; Culture Ireland; Goethe Institut Glasgow; The Henry Moore Foundation

The Festival would not be possible without the commitment, vibrancy and enormous efforts of the Glasgow visual arts community.

Glasgow International would like to say a huge thank you to all our Festival volunteers.

Artistic Advisory Committee

The GI Festival would like to thank our corporate supporters:

Katie Bruce, GoMA; Gerry Grams, City Design Advisor, Glasgow City Council; Keith Hartley, National Galleries of Scotland; Moira Jeffrey; Mark O’Neill, Culture & Sport Glasgow; Krisdy Shindler, Lowsalt; Toby Webster, The Modern Institute. Funders’ Steering Group Culture & Sport Glasgow — Mark O’Neill, Charles Bell (chair) and Clare Simpson; EventScotland — Rebecca Esder and Rhona Corscadden; Glasgow City Marketing Bureau — Joe Aitken & Sandra McPherson; Scottish Arts Council — Stephen Palmer; Scottish Enterprise —Lorraine Temple.

Funded by

Additional support

Location sponsor

Furniture sponsor

Location Sponsor Credential Holdings Ltd. www.credentialholdings.com Hub Furnishings Goodd www.good-d.com Magazine Sponsor The List www.list.co.uk and Radisson Blue Hotel, Fraser Suites Glasgow; The Brunswick Hotel


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