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GENERATION Gallery

  • Christine Borland, L’Homme double, 1997 – Courtesy of the artist  
  • Ross Sinclair, ‘Real Life, Rocky Mountain’ 1996. Installation view, CCA, Glasgow. Courtesy of the artist  
  • Simon Starling, Burn-Time, 2000. Installation image at neugerriemschneider, Berlin, 2001. Photo: Jens Ziehe Courtesy of the artist and neugerriemschneider  
  • Karla Black, At Fault, 2011 (detail) Cellophane, paint, sellotape, plaster powder, powder paint, sugar paper, chalk, bath bombs, ribbon, wood. Scotland + Venice 2011. Courtesy of The Fruitmarket Gallery, National Galleries of Scotland and Creative Scotland  
  • Rosalind Nashishibi , Midwest, 2002 (detail) © Rosalind Nashishibi. Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. Purchased with funds from the Cecil and Mary Gibson Bequest 2004  
  • Roddy Buchanan, Work in Progress, 1995 © the artist. Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. Purchased (Iain Paul Fund and Knapping Fund) 2002  
  • Richard Wright, The Stairwell Project, 2010 © the artist and The Modern Institute/Toby Webster Ltd.  
  • Douglas Gordon, Pretty Much Every Film and Video Work From About 1992 Until Now © Douglas Gordon. Photography credit: Installed for National Galleries of Scotland, 2006, photography A Reeve  
  • Zoe Walker & Neil Bromwich, Walker & Bromwich ‘Love Cannon’ 2007 Les Ateliers des Arques, Les Arques, France. Photograph courtesy of the artists  
  • Nathan Coley, The Lamp of Sacrifice, 286 Places of Worship, Edinburgh, 2004, Courtesy of The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh  
  • Toby Paterson , Hypothetical Relief (CDA), 2012, Glasgow Print Studio, Glasgow, 2012 Courtesy of the Artist and The Modern Institute/Toby Webster Ltd. Photo: Ruth Clark  
  • Graham Fagen, Peek-a-jobby, 1998 – Courtesy of Graham Fagen and Matt’s Gallery, London  

    GENERATION will bring an ambitious and extensive programme of works of art by over 100 artists to over 60 galleries, exhibition spaces and venues the length and breadth of the nation between March – November 2014, with the majority of exhibitions taking place over the summer of 2014, as part of the Glasgow 2014 Cultural Programme.