Glasgow International 2020

Dmitri Galitzine

At This Stage

Exhibition
Installation

At This Stage is a multi-screen video installation by Dmitri Galitzine. It was filmed during a four-month residency at Dance Attic Studios, an acclaimed music and dance rehearsal studio in London’s Old Fulham Baths. Being premiered at SWG3, the work draws upon all aspects of daily life at the Studio, from professional auditions to amateur evening classes, spanning many genres. Galitzine connects intimately with a celebrated institution built from generations of performers and the dreams born and nurtured there.

Commissioned by SWG3 and created in partnership with Dance Attic Studios.

Fri 20 April – Mon 7 May
Mon – Sat, 10am-6pm
Sun, 12 noon-6pm

Hugo Scott

On the Edge of Town

Exhibition

The first UK exhibition by Hugo Scott, the New York-based photographer and filmmaker; On the edge of town features new and recent photographs documenting contemporary life in the USA. Scott’s work spans social documentary, fashion and portraiture and is characterised by its spontaneity and empathy with the subject. His work has been featured in the New York Times, Love Magazine, Dazed and Confused and Print Publication. He is part of the photography collective DoBeDo (dobedo.co.uk).

Fri 20 April – Mon 7 May
Mon – Sat, 10am-6pm
Sun: 12 noon-6pm

Richard Wentworth and Victoria Miguel

A Roomful of Lovers (Glasgow)

Exhibition
Performance

A collaboration between the internationally celebrated artist Richard Wentworth and writer Victoria Miguel, A Roomful of Lovers (Glasgow) is the first major presentation of work by Richard Wentworth and Victoria Miguel to take place in Scotland and is SWG3’s first contemporary art commission for the Galvanisers.

Miguel and Wentworth have previously worked together on Smith+Brown’s Instructions/Event (2016), a contemporary version of John Cage’s 1952 Event at Black Mountain College, USA, widely regarded as the first ‘happening’.

Fri 20 April – Sun 6 May
Mon – Sat, 10am-6pm
Sun, 12 noon-5pm

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