21 January 2019
This year, Glasgow arts centre Tramway continues to bring some of the most exciting contemporary art to the city, with a spectacular European premier leading the way. As ever all exhibitions are completely free to visit.
Nick Cave: UNTIL
3 August - 25 November
The American artist brings his most ambitious solo show yet to Tramway, in a first for not just the UK but Europe. A feat of engineering featuring thousands of objects which will hang in the main gallery, this installation promises to be an eye-popping must-see, with some serious intent behind the spectacle. MORE>
20 July - 11 August
In perfect time for the summer holidays, the part-exhibition, part-open studio is a celebration of all things printmaking, encouraging visitors of all ages to roll up their sleeves and actually contribute to the show as it evolves. Featuring a collaborative work from long-term contributor Edwin Pickstone and award-winning artist Claire Barclay, workshops throughout the exhibition run will allow participants to make their own prints to hang alongside the professionals'.
Jonathan Baldock: Facecrime
31 August - 6 October
In this exhibition, British artist Jonathan Baldock has been inspired by the discovery, in 1974, of more than a thousand ancient perfectly preserved clay tablets, inscribed with the world's oldest writing system. He presents an alternative history of clay as a tool of communication and a carrier of language. MORE>
Zadie Xa: Child of Magohalmi and the Echos of Creation, 2019
26 October - 15 December
This solo exhibition from Korean-Canadian artist Zadie Xa is a major new multimedia project, creating an immersive world of atmospheric lighting, surround-sound, large-scale video projections, sculptures and costumes. Xa brings together imagined and learned Korean folklore, and presents an origin story inspired by Korean creation myths.
South side arts venue Tramway is easy to get to. Located next to Pollokshields East train station, just a five minute train ride from Glasgow Central Station, it's also just off Pollokshaws Road, on a number of regular bus routes.
The building is fully wheelchair accessible and has a Cafe Bar.
Tramway and its exhibitions are free to visit.
Its galleries are open Tuesday-Friday 12 noon - 5pm, and Saturday/Sunday 12 noon - 6pm. They are CLOSED on Mondays.
Tramway, 25 Albert Drive, Glasgow G41 2PE
0845 330 3501