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Cécile B. Evans

Cecile B. Evans (b. 1983, Belgian-American) lives and works in London and Berlin.

Recent and upcoming solo exhibitions include: Amos’ World, Episode 2, mumok, Vienna, 2018; Art Basel Statements with Galerie Emanuel Layr, Basel, 2017; Sprung A Leak, Museum M, Leuven, 2017; Sprung a Leak, Tate Liverpool, 2016; Feeling For You, Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara, 2015.

Recent and upcoming group exhibitions include: Blind Faith, Haus der Kunst, Munich, 2018; Unthought Environments, Renaissance Society, Chicago, 2018; Still Human, Rubell Family Collection, Miami, 2017; 7th Moscow International Biennale of Contemporary Art, 2017; Screening of How Happy a Thing Can Be, Whitney Museum, New York, 2017; 9th Berlin Biennale, Berlin, 2016.

Evans was awarded the Schering Stiftung (2016), the Andaz Art Award, (2015), Grant for the Arts (2014), and Push Your Art Prize (2013).

Cecile B. Evans is represented by Emanuel Layr.

Joseph Buckley, Jamie Crewe, Jesse Darling, Cécile B. Evans, Lynn Hershman-Leeson, E. Jane, Sam Keogh, Mai-Thu Perret, John Russell

Cellular World: Cyborg-Human-Avatar-Horror

Director's Programme

Cellular World is a group exhibition featuring works by nine different internationally renowned artists that introduces the key thematic concerns of this year’s Director’s Programme.

We live in a world where technology plays a large and changing role in everyday life. In an age of social media, most of us will have avatars – versions of ourselves – online, prompting us to question how we are represented and how we represent ourselves. At the same time, we are at a historical moment where the future frequently appears as a precipice between utopia and dystopia.

The works on show explore questions of identity and individual and collective consciousness at a time of prolific social change and uncertainty, when reality can often seem more like science fiction.

Curated by Richard Parry, Director, Glasgow International.

Includes works commissioned by Glasgow International. Supported by Glasgow Museums, the Henry Moore Foundation and the Swiss Cultural Fund UK.

Fri 20 April – Sun 7 October
Mon – Wed & Sat, 10am-5pm
Thu, 10am-8pm
Fri & Sun, 11am-5pm

Performance by Sam Keogh:
Sat 21 April, 12pm

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