Posts Tagged ‘Turner Prize’

I enjoyed seeing Karla Black at GOMA in Glasgow. I love the way her work explores the following: artifice edifice transience decoration femininity reality the unreal theatre drama pretense Karla Black will present major new sculptures in the grand ground-floor exhibition space of the Gallery of Modern Art. Black is an artist who has achieved […]


Upcoming:Karla Black solo show Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow 20 April – 24 June 2012 Karla Black’s work is to be the subject of a solo show at the Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow.Karla Black will present major new sculptures in the grand ground floor of the Gallery of Modern Art’s exhibition space. Black is […]


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Hill Street Muse | Herald Scotland. An interesting article all about The Glasgow Boys and Girls, the focal point of the Glasgow Art Scene featuring Turner Prize Winners, Becks Futures, academics and curators who all lived on Hill Street, in Garnethill, Glasgow. http://wp.me/poaTK-Te


m.guardian.co.uk. You might also be interested in this post Art and design Northern England‘s art scene thrives as developers withdraw Cheap studio space helps to foster growth in Sheffield and create a buzz throughout the region Alex Needham The Guardian, Fri 30 Dec 2011 18.53 GMT In a building that has variously been a pub, […]


Martin Boyce accepted his Turner Prize last night, moments after a tutu-wearing streaker was dragged away. Mario Testino, celebrity photographer, handed the £25,000 prize to the Glasgow School of Art graduate, who highlighted the plight of young students facing huge debts and the terrible situation currently facing art colleges in the disastrous economic climate. The […]



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