Ingrid Pollard, 'Untitled' from '17 of 68 series'(2019) Courtesy of the artist.

Ingrid Pollard
Ingrid Pollard
Glasgow Women's Library
23 Landressy Street, G40 1BP
24 Apr — 01 Jun 2020
Thu 23 April – Sun 10 May Mon – Wed & Fri, 10am – 5pm Thu, 10am – 7.30pm Sat – Sun, 12pm – 4pm Mon 11 May – Mon 1 June Mon – Wed & Fri, 10am – 5pm Thu, 10am – 7.30pm Sat, 12pm – 4pm
This exhibition was due to take place during Glasgow International 2020, 23 April – 10 May, which has been postponed due to the Covid-19 crisis. The festival will be re-staged in 2021 with dates to be announced.

Glasgow Women’s Library presents new work by photographer, media artist and researcher Ingrid Pollard. Throughout her career, Pollard, who was born in Guyana and now lives and works in London, has attended closely to histories of representation and uncontested social constructs in order to, as she puts it, ‘bring to life what we always knew was there’.

Following a residency in 2019, Pollard has been developing new work in response to the Lesbian Archive and Information Centre, part of the library’s collections. Together, the archive and Pollard’s multi-layered response provide a vital challenge to the ongoing erasure and marginalisation of LGBTQ+ culture and history within heritage institutions and wider society.

Supported by Esmée Fairbairn Collections Fund and Glasgow International

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