David Sherry graduated with an MFA from Glasgow School of Art in 2000. This year he will perform at 1646 The Hague, Netherlands. In February 2017 he performed at Guest Projects London. Last year he showed at the Liverpool Biennial and Manifesta 11.
He has had solo exhibitions at The Golden Thread Belfast; Outpost Norwich; Summerhall Edinburgh, Catalyst Arts Belfast; Villa Concordia Germany; Glasgow Museum of Modern Art and Tramway’s project space Glasgow.
Selected group exhibitions includes: Generation at the Kelvingrove Glasgow, RIFF, Baltic 39 Newcastle, Film and video at BBC Scotland, Grin and Bear It at the Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork and One fine morning in May at GAK Bremen.
In 2003, Sherry was selected to represent Scotland at the 50th Venice Biennale and his work is held in many collections including the Glasgow Museum of Modern Art.
David Sherry, Clara Ursitti, Erica Eyres, Jack Cheetham, and Beagles & Ramsay
Five Glasgow-based artists have made new works installed in a small number of independent shops across the city, in response to the specific character of each location.
Ranging from small sculptures to fake products, videos, prints, printed fabrics, publications and scents, they will be integrated into the normal fixtures, displays and stock so subtly as to be almost invisible in some instances. The project is a celebration of the particularities and eccentricities of the host shops, each of which embody something of the character of Glasgow as a whole.
Supported by Glasgow International, Bill’s Tool Store, Fabric Bazaar, Garnethill Stores, Tam Shepherd’s Trick Shop and Trongate News.
Fri 20 April – Mon 7 May
Mon – Fri, 9.30am-5pm