Saturday, May 5, 2012

Images from 'Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art'

Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art
Various locations, Glasgow
20 April – 7 May 2012


 Sacrilege by Jeremy Deller, Glasgow Green


 Sacrilege by Jeremy Deller, Glasgow Green


 Jeremy Deller


 Spanner (Stretcher/Loiterer) by Nairy Baghramian, The Mitchell Library


 Detail from Art Lending Library by Walker & Bromwich, The Mitchell Library


 Art Lending Library by Walker & Bromwich, The Mitchell Library


Installation view of What is there to do here, what is there to see? by Rob Kennedy, CCA


 Installation view of What is there to do here, what is there to see? by Rob Kennedy, CCA

 Detail from What is there to do here, what is there to see? by Rob Kennedy, CCA

 Installation view of What is there to do here, what is there to see? by Rob Kennedy, CCA

 Installation view of What is there to do here, what is there to see? by Rob Kennedy, CCA

 Installation view of The Immortals by Folkert de Jong, Glasgow School of Art

 Emory Douglas, Kendall Koppe


 Emory Douglas, Kendall Koppe

Detail from If you don't like this book, you don't like me by Paul Thek, The Modern Institute


Detail from If you don't like this book, you don't like me by Paul Thek, The Modern Institute


Installation view If you don't like this book, you don't like me by Paul Thek, The Modern Institute


Detail from If you don't like this book, you don't like me by Paul Thek, The Modern Institute


Detail from Growing up in the New Age by Marjolaine Ryley, Street Level Photoworks


Installation view of Growing up in the New Age by Marjolaine Ryley, Street Level Photoworks

Detail from Growing up in the New Age by Marjolaine Ryley, Street Level Photoworks

Installation view of DATA by Peter Horobin, Street Level Photoworks

 
Detail from DATA by Peter Horobin, Street Level Photoworks

Detail from DATA by Peter Horobin, Street Level Photoworks



 Installation view of DATA by Peter Horobin, Street Level Photoworks

Karla Black, GoMA

Adrian Wiszniewski, Glasgow Print Studio

Detail from Six works of art for your own interpretation, Transmission

 'Everyone Gets Paid' performance at Six works of art for your own interpretation, Transmission

 Result of  'Everyone Gets Paid' performance at Six works of art for your own interpretation, Transmission


 Result of  'Everyone Gets Paid' performance at Six works of art for your own interpretation, Transmission


Black Forest by Kelly Nipper, Tramway 




Detail from The universe is very large, you are very small, act accordingly curated by Hole in My Pocket, The Arches


All photos by Jim Ricks, courtesy Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art and the artists.

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