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  • Gallery Closed until further notice

    Dear Friends, As you may already know, we’ve decided to close from tomorrow – March 18th – until further notice. This was an incredibly difficult decision to make as a charity. After last night’s announcement, we felt we had no choice but to limit “non-essential contact”. We shall be in touch over the next few …

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  • ‘Embody without Burden: A Celebration of Motherhood’ exhibition

    ‘Embody without Burden: A Celebration of Motherhood’ exhibition will hold a Private View on the 7th March, 3-5pm at the RGI Kelly Gallery, 118 Douglas Street, Glasgow. All welcome! More info here. Artists include: • Chris Brook • Jane McCance  • Ian Dawber • Robert Murray  • Chelsie Dysart • Jennifer Watt • Nicola McInally • Thyme James …

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  • Allsorts Film Festival Line-up 2020

    The festival will bring together a collection of contemporary artists works and as the name denotes it’s a mixed bag of treats! We have recent graduates, mid-career and established artists all showcasing their work over three nights, 24th, 26th, 28th of February. Tickets are available here. On the 24th February Ronald Forbes RSA RGI will also be giving …

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  • Curators’ Talk

    Join Sam Ainsley & Adrian Winsziewski as they discuss the process of curating The TURNER. Come along to the RGI Kelly Gallery on Saturday 2nd November 2pm to hear more about the featured artists and works. The TURNER exhibition gives a unique glimpse into the immense talent of GSA with featured works by Christine Borland, Jim Lambie, Martin Boyce and Douglas …

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  • The Turner Exhibition

    The Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts (RGI) Kelly Gallery are excited and proud to announce a unique exhibition of Turner Prize nominees. All of the artists featured in the exhibition have trained, at one point, at the esteemed Glasgow School of Art. All seventeen artists have been nominated for the prestigious Turner Prize including …

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  • Performance: Thyme James

    Vénus en Blanche “Painting is a practice that women have owned for a long time” – Catherine Wood, A Bigger Splash: Painting after Performance. (Tate, 2012) The act of painting oneself is a is a heavily charged gesture, used symbolically as high art, tradition and the great (male) artist but also as a transformative tool, …

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  • Freed Spirit : The Paintings of Maria Spadoni (1928 – 2014)

    RGI Kelly Gallery, 13th July – 10th August 2019. “In the midst of melancholy and solitude, painting began as a release of my being. An unloading of my spirit. Now an endless road leads me in a landscape of changing companions. Children brought to life by a selfless passion, a burning energy driving me to …

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  • Recipients of the RGI Graduate Award 2017 8th June – 6th July

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  • ASPECT : Contemporary Landscape

    All artists are observers, incessantly curious about their surroundings. Landscape painters spend time in a location; recording, exploring, thinking, understanding. It could be a place of childhood memories or the daily commute, a journey to a new country, the light, the weather, the undulating line of a hillside or the pattern of a ploughed field. …

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