Glasgow International 2020
24 April - 10 May 2020
The Glasgow International Festival has announced the full details of its 2020 programme, featuring an ambitious line-up of work from some of the most innovative contemporary artists across the world. Taking place from Fri 24 April to Sun 10 May, the world-renowned biennial festival is not only one of the largest showcases of contemporary art in the world, but also highlights Glasgow as a major centre of the art world, with GI's dynamic programme stretching across the city's many major institutions, cultural hubs and art spaces.
Other featured artists include a commission from Turner Prize-winner Duncan Campbell, which will utilise animation, sound and an electromagnetic display; kinetic sculptures from Japanese artist Yuko Mohri; a survey exhibition of paintings by Carol Rhodes, who passed away in 2018; Canadian artist Nep Sidhu's first solo exhibition in Europe; works by Brazilian sculptor and installation artist Ana Mazzei; figurative paintings by Glasgow-based artist France-Lise McGurn; and a deep dive into the notion of the unreliable narrator through film by Scottish artist Sarah Forrest.