Street Level Offsite Exhibitions : June 2014

7th June – 5th July
Lillie Art Gallery
Station Road

Milngavie G62 8DZ

Artists Talk, Saturday 7th June, 2pm, followed by Reception
The work by MacLean seeks to capture the loneliness of life within the realms of a busy city centre. Using a Holga 120 camera and black and white film, the starkness of the images are challenging and inventive – the subjects appear ghost like, lost within the busy realms of the city where people appear like strangers to one another.
This will be shown alongside Hugh Hood’s ‘Glasgow 1974-78’ series.

7th June – 5th July
Lillie Art Gallery
Station Road
Milngavie G62 8DZArtist talk Saturday 7th June, 2pm, followed by Reception

Hugh attended Glasgow College of Printing and around 1972 he bought his first Creative Camera magazine and was influenced by images by Lee Friedlander and Robert Frank. It inspired him to photograph the streets of Glasgow, which are captured in this body of work from the period 1974-1978, a unique period in Glasgow’s social and architectural history.

More info hereHugh will also give an illustrated talk on Monday 9th June at Eastwood Park Gallery at 2.30pm.

Gintaras Cesonis
Romualdas Pozerskis
Romualdas Rakauskas
2nd – 26th June
Barmulloch Cultural Hub
46 Wallacewell Quadrant,
G21 3PX

Lithuania has a strong humanistic genre within photography, no more so in the Black and White tradition of the ‘decisive moment’ of street photography. These three image-makers are all important photographers spanning 3 generations all of whom are members of the Lithuanian Union of Art Photographers. Kaunas is the second largest city in Lithuania – its ambience, its light and space, and the poetry of the everyday are captured in this stunning series of photographs.

Image above by Romualdas Pozerskis

6th – 26th June – 5th
Hillhead Library

348 Byres Rd, Glasgow G12 8AP


Opening Reception Sunday 8th June, 1pm till 2.30pm

This outing of Harry’s work focuses on some of the Scottish acts of the post-punk era when Glasgow was something of an epicenter of independent music, augmented with images of British and US luminaries of the period (Julian Cope pictured to the right). The exhibition coincides with the West End Festival. The book ‘What Presence! – The Rock Photography of Harry Papadopoulos‘ published last year by Polygon is available in the library.

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