Art Salon
Beagles and Ramsay

Wednesday 1 March 2017
7pm – 9pm
Free Event but need to book through Eventbrite

An informal round table conversation with Beagles and Ramsay about the artists’ art, life and career. Be an active participant or just come to listen. Refreshments and nibbles will be provided.

Art Salon is a series of discursive events with invited artists and speakers programmed by studio holders of Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop. The program invites an artist to speak about their practice, taking their work as a starting point for an open conversation around contemporary art.

Everyone is invited to join the conversation around Beagles and Ramsay’s work and their lives as artists in an artistic partnership. This is a chance to meet the artists face to face and ask them any questions that you have about their careers, collaboration, the Glasgow art scene and life as an artist. Please feel free to prepare questions to bring to the group, relevant to their practice and your own artistic practices.


Beagles & Ramsay have worked collaboratively since 1996. Their work has been exhibited widely in the UK at galleries including Transmission, the Fruitmarket, the ICA, and Tramway and also internationally at venues such as the Venice Biennale, PS1 New York, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, and the Migros Museum, Zurich. Recently their work has been included in the national survey exhibitions ‘Generation. 25 Years Of Contemporary Art In Scotland’ (2014) and ‘The Scottish Endarkenment. Art and Unreason 1945 to the Present’ (2016). More information can be found at www.beaglesramsay.co.uk

This event is free, but tickets are limited to 18 people and need to be booked in advance on Eventbrite

 

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  • 7:00pm - 9:00pm
  • Free Event, tickets bookable through Eventbrite
  • ESW's Research Space

Beagles&Ramsay Dummies

Beagles & Ramsay Ventriloquist Dummies Double Self-Portrait 2003, Glasgow Museums Collection.

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