General Info About Images
Organisations are asked to provide images of the artists work for press use. These images are a vital factor in the success of our press campaign. We are looking for images that reflect – where possible – the nature of the commission. Images of work in progress are also welcome.
It’s important to make clear that often the projects given the best coverage are those with excellent quality images that clearly tell the story of your project.
We will also require high-resolution images of your project. It is each individual project’s responsibility to capture adequate documentation, which should be submitted to the Glasgow International PR team in time for reviews coming out – generally over the first weekend of the festival. This information will then be updated on the festival website (if not already there).
Please ensure that appropriate permissions have been given for any images submitted to us.
Web-sized images: JPEG ONLY, Max 1MB
Print sized images: JPEG ONLY, Max 5MB
All images must be accompanied by an image caption including:
- Artist’s name
- Appropriate credits
“Helen Johnson, 2016, Baron Field, installation view during Glasgow International 2016 launch. Courtesy the artist and Glasgow International. Photo: Erika Stevenson”
Glasgow International will begin to receive requests for images from the moment the festival dates are announced.
- Deadline for images is with the marketing and press form: 4 September 2017
- Deadline for exhibition install shots: before 9pm Wednesday 18 April 2018
These deadlines ensure images of your show can be made available to our press team for any press requests that come in prior to and over the opening days of the festival.
Advance Access/Images for Press
Exhibitions MUST BE READY by 6pm on Tuesday 17 April 2018 to allow for potential press visits and Glasgow International photo and video documentation. We will be in touch with artists / organisations should we receive any requests for access from press for the purposes of photography / video documentation.