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COMMONSpace: a newly designed area at GoMA to showcase community collaborations and projects.

You may have already come across COMMONSpace – the new community exhibition space at GoMA, located at the rear of Gallery 2. COMMONSpace emerged out of conversations with people we… Read more COMMONSpace: a newly designed area at GoMA to showcase community collaborations and projects.

Land Levels and Rises 2010, Carol Rhodes © and courtesy the artist

New Acquisitions announced!

GoMA is delighted to announce some exciting acquisitions we have made over the last few months for Glasgow Museums’ collection – with more to come (of course) – and it… Read more New Acquisitions announced!

confirmed speakers for queer timɘs school 23 -27 July 2018

We are excited to reveal the people who have agreed to present at queer timɘs school next week. With over 20 speakers it is a unique school and includes Alice Andrews (Glasgow… Read more confirmed speakers for queer timɘs school 23 -27 July 2018

Aaron Angell, photo Max Slaven

Aaron Angell // Gallery 1 // 8 December 2017 – 18 March 2018

Aaron Angell Gallery One December 8 2017 – March 18 2018 Leading British artist Aaron Angell presents a series of new works including ceramic sculpture, inflatables, painting, Victorian furniture and… Read more Aaron Angell // Gallery 1 // 8 December 2017 – 18 March 2018

Untitled Wall Drawing (Selected Errors), 2011, Stephen Sutcliffe - photo Alan Dimmick

Stephen Sutcliffe: Work from the Collection // Gallery 3

Work from the Collection opened last Thursday evening and is an exhibition by the Glasgow-based artist Stephen Sutcliffe. Glasgow Museums purchased five works by Sutcliffe for the City’s collection in… Read more Stephen Sutcliffe: Work from the Collection // Gallery 3

Stones Steeped in History

At the end of July 2017 the Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA) in Glasgow unveiled a permanent display on its two elliptical balcony spaces within the interior of the building.… Read more Stones Steeped in History

Marlie Mul: This exhibition is cancelled //26 May – 29 October

Marlie Mul This exhibition is cancelled 26 May – 29 October This would have been Marlie Mul’s first exhibition in Scotland, however after careful consideration the artist has cancelled the… Read more Marlie Mul: This exhibition is cancelled //26 May – 29 October

FINAL EVENTS /// DEEP IN THE HEART OF YOUR BRAIN

As we enter the closing weeks of Jacqueline Donachie’s exhibition Deep in the Heart of Your Brain, it is your last chance to see the exhibition and we are delighted… Read more FINAL EVENTS /// DEEP IN THE HEART OF YOUR BRAIN

VIDEOFREEX (publication cover)

PLEASE TURN US ON/ GALLERY 3/ 28 July 2016- 22 January 2017

Please Turn Us On places Glasgow at the centre of a dialogue between early video art and international counterculture. Stansfield/Hooykaas’ What’s It To You? is presented in direct conversation with three other projects that play on themes explored in this seminal, Glasgow-made work.

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