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The Glasgow Miracle

‘The Glasgow Miracle’ is a term that has been on the lips of critics and artists since at least 1996, when Swiss curator Hans-Ulrich Obrist first used it to describe Glasgow’s contemporary art scene. 727 more words

Articles

Christie’s Sells Unmade Bed for over $4 million

A 16-year-old unmade bed, turned into an art installation, sold for $4,351,969 at a Christie’s art auction in London on Tuesday, according to Christie’s.

Artist Tracey Emin calls it “My Bed,” because it was the bed where she spent four days in 1998 “heartbroken and feeling terrible” she… 164 more words

Global Glance

GENERATION - Douglas Gordon

Douglas Gordon
Pretty much every film and video work from about 1992 until now.

27 June – 29 September 2014

Douglas Gordon is one of the most important, internationally known artists to emerge from the Glasgow School of Art in recent decades. 280 more words

Gallery Of Modern Art

"I Was So Much Older Then" - On Bob Dylan and Aging

This week I travelled to Dublin and back three times in two days, (600 miles in total for those of you not familiar with the Drogheda bypass). 1,167 more words