[Monika Sosnowska ends 7th September, Simon Starling 7th September – 26 October]
Warsaw-based artist Monika Sosnowska’s fifth solo exhibition at Glasgow’s The Modern Institute constitutes large-scale sculptures occupying both the gallery’s Aird’s Lane location and outside green-space. Continuing her interest in the lived landscapes of the urbanised world, Sosnowska’s new work draws direct inspiration from recent research trips to Russia, notably to view the surviving structures of pioneering Russian Engineer, Vladimir Shukhov (1853 – 1939), creating a body of work that expands upon her negotiation of our complex physical and psychological use of space.
Simon Starling‘s A-A’, B-B’ at the Institute’s Osborne Street space, is his sixth solo exhibition here, with an expansive new body of work, composed of an intricate network of objects and images held together by physical transformations and juxtapositions, historical facts and speculation, and the artist’s own brand of logic.
Read ArtMag’s review of Starling’s exhibition.
3 Aird’s Lane
Glasgow G1 5HU
14—20 Osborne Street
Glasgow G1 5QN
[Image: Monica Sosnowska: Installation View]