Andrew Sim (b. 1987) lives and works in Glasgow. Sim graduated in 2014 from The Glasgow School of Art from the Sculpture and Environmental Art Department. His work often references cryptids, folk takes, mythology, monsters and they’re links to contemporary queer identity. He is also co-director of “Love Unlimited”, a curatorial platform based in Glasgow.
Solo exhibitions include: The Second Coming, The Pipe Factory, Glasgow (2016); Why cant I fly supersonic anymore? HUTT, Nottingham (2015); Garnet Slippers, VoidoidARCHIVE, Glasgow (2014); Group Exhibitions include: At Home with Very Friendly, Glasgow (2017); I’m with Cupid, 2/2, Dixon Street, Glasgow (2017); IDEAL-FORM-ZONE, SWG3, Glasgow International (2016); NAWKI, Royal Standard, Liverpool (2016); The Wine Dark Sea, VoidoidARCHIVE, Glasgow (2015).
Hamish Chapman, Andrew Sim & Paul McKee
Heaven to See
A group exhibition featuring three queer, Glasgow-based artists, exploring the gym, folk tales, cruising and monsters and their links to contemporary queer identity.
The exhibition consists of ceramic, painting, drawing and sculpture. McKee and Sim graduated from Glasgow School of Art’s Sculpture and Environmental Art Department in 2014, and Chapman from Painting and Printmaking the year after. All have exhibited widely, including shows at The Pipe Factory and Voidoid Archive. Chapman and Sim are co-directors of the curatorial platform Love Unlimited.
Fri 20 April – Mon 7 May
Mon – Sun, 12 noon-5pm