Glasgow International Festival of Contemporary Art


In an empty swimming pool. There are eight artworks, printed on inflated boxes. A sculpture of two men kissing. On its left is a large inflated box with the image of a flower. In the centre is a woman in a leopard jumpsuit printed on a giant inflated piece in the same shape. Behind it, multicoloured cube with the words LOVE. On the left, the shape of a wrench. Behind it, a sculpture of two women in an embrace. Lastly, one with a picture of a mouth with a tongue sticking out.

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Image caption:
Anthea Hamilton & Nicholas Byrne, Love, 2014
Installation view, Govanhill Baths, Glasgow International 2014
Photograph: Ruth Clark