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Glasgow 1955 + 55 @ Gallery 103

Glasgow 1955 + 55 3rd July – 2nd August Reception: Thursday 16th July, 6pm-7.30pm In 2008, the People’s Palace in Glasgow featured an exhibition called “Glasgow 1955: Through the Lens”. The exhibition presented images taken in 1955 as part of a project involving several Glasgow camera clubs. Queen’s Park Camera Club, as the only surviving […]


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Goose Flesh: Stock Take @ Gallery 103

Goose Flesh: Stock Take 30 May to 28 June 2015 Stock Take is a new collection of images by contributors to Goose Flesh’s first four volumes, a playful look at the concept of the retrospective and a celebration of the immense photographic energy of its contributors. This exhibition features work by Alan Knox, Claire Maxwell, […]


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Working The Border @ Peter Potter Gallery

Working The Border 25 April – 4 July The title of the exhibition is borrowed from the work by ae phor, a personal exploration of the cartographic borderline, which includes the association of personal objects with places of topographical significance. ‘Schengland’ by Alan Knox combines screen shots of Google’s massive global surveillance program in Street […]


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4/4 @ Six Foot Gallery

4/4 Exhibition runs: 1st May – 10th May The Forgotten Collective take on the dual role of photographer and curator as they each invite one photographer to join the group and create 4/4. Brittonie Fletcher, Theresa Groth, Zoe Hammil, Csilla Kozma, Blazej Marczak, Donald John MacLean, John McDougall, Steven Scott Six Foot Gallery Pentagon Business […]


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Fèis @ Street Level Photoworks

Fèis – Documenting Britain 25 April to 24 May 2015 Documenting Britain is a creative response to the British Isles by a group of artists, photographers, filmmakers, composers and poets. Their collective purpose is to deliver a critical record of the archipelago on which we live. The exhibition includes work by Agatha Albert, Alastair Cook, […]


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CRANHILL ARTS PROJECT: Glasgow Family Album @ Hillhead Library

CRANHILL ARTS PROJECT: Glasgow Family Album 14th February – 27th March Cranhill Arts Projects was founded in 1981 and provides local people with access to arts and media activities. It has a long involvement with photography and of photographing Glaswegians. The Glasgow Family Album is a growing collection of family photos submitted by the people […]


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MARTIN HUNTER @ Hillhead Library

MARTIN HUNTER: Forth & Clyde 14th February – 27th March Martin Hunter’s Forth & Clyde captures an interzone between past and present, the dereliction of industry and the reclamation of nature. In this series, Hunter searches off the beaten track along the once thriving canal route that linked the River Forth and the River Clyde, […]


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Judah Passow @ Street Level Photoworks

Scots Jews Identity, Belonging and the Future Photographs by Judah Passow 14 February to 12 April 2015 Documentary photographer Judah Passow spent 2013 photographing Scotland’s Jewish community, travelling across the country – from the Shetlands to the Borders – producing a portrait which captures the complexity and diversity of the Scottish narrative of Jewish life […]


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Allan Bovill: Steamies @ Street Level Photoworks

Allan Bovill: Steamies 10th January – 13th February 2015 Glasgow had many public laundries and bathhouses, known as ‘steamies’. They were established in the 18th Century and operated until the mid-1990s, when they closed their doors. The council-run laundries provided washing facilities and baths when few houses, particularly in the 19th Century, had either. Perhaps […]


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Working the Border @ Carlisle Photography Festival

Working the Border 8th to the 15th November ‘Working the Border’ explores the geophysical & cartographic line that separates Scotland from England, and it borrows its title from a project by ae phor, a selection of which is exhibited in the waiting room on platform 4, accompanied by the soundwork ‘Border Fiddle Music’. This work […]


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