15 September 2017
Cellular World: Cyborg-Human-Avatar-Horror (coming soon)
Cellular World is a group exhibition, featuring works by nine internationally renowned artists, that introduces the key thematic concerns of this year's Glasgow International Festival Director's Programme. The works on show explore questions of identity and individual and collective consciousness at a time of prolific social change and uncertainty, when reality can often seem more life science fiction.
TASTE! is an exhibition of artworks from Glasgow Museums' collection displayed alongside material from our archives. It explores how collections are built, artworks are commissioned and exhibitions are organised.
Until November 2018
With the work Inner City by Michael McMillen as the centrepiece of this exhibition, artists Alberta Whittle and Mitch Miller explore our relationship with our urban environment and the often-hidden communities that inhabit it.
Polygraphs: Truth, evidence and the authentic voice
Until 20 May 2018
Polygraphs explores truth, fiction and evidence in a complex world. The exhibition includes works which interrogate dominate historical narratives about our connections to the arms trade, slave trade and feminism.
Stones Steeped in History
This display reveals key moments in the building's history. It begins in the 1700s when it was commissioned as a mansion for a tobacco merchant until the present.