Gallery of Modern Art

Stalking the Image: Margaret Tait

Stalking the Image: Margaret Tait
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Tickets
Free
Dates and times
8th Feb - 6th May 2019
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Age
All ages

Stalking the Image is a celebration of the life, work and legacy of the pioneering Orcadian filmmaker, painter and poet, Margaret Tait (1918-1999). A survey of Tait's experimental short films, features alongside a series of works commissioned as part of the Margaret Tait Award, Scotland's most prestigious moving image award for artists. 

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