Hutcheson’s solo exhibition occupies the new Stallan-Brand gallery space in Oxford House. Imagery and text taken from a range of printed sources explore different questions of both personal and cultural history, of context and narrative. He is interested in the transient quality of ‘found print’ and what its continued use might represent to the medium of collage.
Thanks to Stallan-Brand, Mark and Stephen Feeley.
Following the sad and unexpected death of Kevin Hutcheson in April 2016 his exhibition for Glasgow International will go ahead as planned.
Fri 8 April – Mon 25 April
Mon – Fri, 1pm – 6pm
Sat, 12pm – 5pm
Sun, 12pm – 4pm
80 Nicholson Street,
Glasgow, G5 9ER
*Oxford House is located on the East corner of Oxford Street, just South of the Clyde, behind Carlton Place. The building is adjacent to the Sheriff Court and noticeable on account of being painted pink.
Subway: Bridge Street (3 minute walk), St Enochs (7 minute walk)
Rail: Central Station, Argyle Street (both 10 minute walk)
Bus: 38, 57, 7, 4 to Tradeston
This venue is not wheelchair accessible.