Glasgow International 2020

Robert Thomas James Mills

Robert Thomas James Mills (b. 1993 Glasgow, Scotland) and lives and works in Glasgow.

Mills’ work is touches about the balance of things he’s currently experiencing. Using his thoughts, feelings and stories about the world Mills attempts to question the validity of these things through exploration.

Solo Shows include: Walkers, Talkers and Psycho Stalkers. Tontine Building, Glasgow, (2016); King of the Moneys, The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow (2016); I’m Not Depressed, Just Very Uncomfortable, WWRD (2014), Gothenburg.

Group exhibitions include: You’re Too Kind, David Dale Gallery (2017); A Lock of Owen Wilson’s Hair, Dixon Avenue, (2017).

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Robert Thomas James Mills

The Legend of St Mungo?


How much do we really know about St Mungo, founder and patron saint of the city of Glasgow? What if his much-repeated four miracles aren’t true but just sounded nice in rhyme? What about everything else St Mungo may or may not have done in his lifetime in the late 6th and early 7th centuries?

Glasgow artist Robert Thomas James Mills’ concern with a balance of ideas will be explored by looking into the legends and supposed miracles of the mysterious saint.

Supported by Glasgow International.

Fri 20 April, 5.45pm
Wed 25 April, 2pm
Thu 3 May, 7pm
Sun 6 May, 4pm

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