26 February 2019
Glasgow Arts & Music
Nick Cave: Until
Tramway presents the first exhibition in Europe of established contemporary artist and activist Nick Cave.
Until, organised by MASS MoCA, Massachusetts and co-produced with Carriageworks, Sydney and Crystal Bridges/The Momentary, Arkansas is Cave’s largest and most ambitious project to date. Cave who lives and works in Chicago is renowned for his Soundsuits, compelling and ornate figurative sculptures that can be worn and performed. An artist whose work has been driven by the social and personal impact of racism for close to three decades, Cave created his first Soundsuit as a form of both camouflage and symbolic body armour, an insulating layer of accumulated materials and meanings.
In Tramways main gallery, Cave will exhibit his spectacular installation ‘Until’ every Tuesday to Sunday until the 24th November 2019.
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Linda McCartney Retrospective
A major retrospective photographic exhibition, which is curated by Paul, Mary and Stella McCartney and features iconic names and moments in music from the 1960s along with more intimate and emotional later work by this acclaimed and prolific photographer.
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