Glasgow International

Marjorie Allthorpe-Guyton, Maria Fusco, Helen Nisbet, Chris Fite-Wassilak, Richard Parry, Mason Leaver-Yap

Oh, What a Blow that Phantom Gave Me! - Experimental Art Criticism


A panel exploring and embodying experimental art criticism. Convened by Maria Fusco Supported by The International Association of Art Critics (AICA) and The Hunterian. Book stall by Good Press. With contributions from: Marjorie Allthorpe-Guyton (President, AICA UK); Maria Fusco (Reader, University of Edinburgh); Helen Nisbet (curator); Chris Fite-Wassilak (writer and critic); Richard Parry (Director, Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art); Mason Leaver-Yap (exhibitions and events producer).

Free, booking required. Book via Eventbrite.

Partially accessible (please contact the venue for further information).

Saturday 28th April, 2-6pm

Ulrike Ottinger

Still Moving: the Films and Photographs of Ulrike Ottinger


The Hunterian presents a solo exhibition of moving image works and photographs by the internationally renowned filmmaker and artist Ulrike Ottinger, accompanied by a retrospective screening of her key films.

Among Ottinger’s major works are the ‘Berlin Trilogy’ (1979-1984), the feature film Johanna d’Arc of Mongolia (1989) – an incredible journey on the Trans-Siberian Railway that takes a motley company of western women to the wilds of Inner Mongolia – and, applying an ethnographic lens to marginal European cultures, Twelve Chairs (2004) and Southeast Passage (2002).

Supported by Glasgow International and the Goethe Institut.

Fri 20 April – Sun 29 July
Mon – Sat, 10am-5pm
Sun, 11am-4pm

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