Examples of previously published printed exhibition materials such as catalogues, postcards, and leaflets.

Studio 58 catalogue, Dr. Sarah Lowndes

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The following printed materials/catalogues are available for purchase. Please contact c.grape@gsa.ac.uk for more information.

The Studio 58 catalogue (pictured above) is available from the GSA shop and Aye Aye books, CCA.

Published by The Glasgow School of Art on the occasion of the exhibition Studio 58: Women Artists in Glasgow since World War II, 7th July-30 September 2012.

Designed by GSA graduates Sophie Dyer and Maeve Redmond it features contributions from the 54 artists in the exhibition and writer's texts by Aleana Egan, Liz Lochhead, Sarah Lowndes, Louise Shelley, and Joanne Tatham.

The publication has been supported by Glasgow Life, The Glasgow Society of Women Artists and the Research Development Fund at The Glasgow School of Art.

ISBN 978-0-9567646-1-4

 

Inhale/Exhale

Inhale/Exhale
Alice Channer

Published in 2010 by The Glasgow School of Art.
Comissioned as part of the exhibition:
'Inhale/Exhale' by Alice Channer
16 April - 8 May 2010
Mackintosh Gallery, The Glasgow School of Art

16 pages colour/b&w with images and text by Alice Channer and Michelle Cotton.

Text by Michelle Cotton.
Design by Sarah Tripp, Zeynep Arman.
Printed in an edition of 1000 by Thomson Colour Printers

ISBN 978-0-9560317-6-1

This Song Belongs to Those Who Sing It
Leaflet for:
This Song Belongs to Those Who Sing It
Michael Stumpf

Risograph printed newspaper leaflet to accompany Michael Stumpf's exhibition for Glasgow International Festival of Visual Arts 2014 with a text by Jenny Brownrigg, Exhibitions Director.

Leaflet layout and typesetting: Steven Swinney
Letterpress artwork: Edwin Pickstone and Michael Stumpf


Cabbages in an Orchard

Cabbages in an Orchard
Graham Fagen

The publication Cabbages in an Orchard was inspired by the aesthetic of ‘The Magazine’, a DIY publication where early Mackintosh plant drawings were collated with the work of his peers. The publication created for Graham Fagen's solo exhibition in the Reid Gallery with the same name, features images of all works in the exhibition and essays by Graham Fagen and Johnny Rodger.

Published by The Glasgow School of Art.
Design by Owned and Operated, Glasgow.
Printed by J Thomson Colour Printers, Glasgow
Edition of 600

ISBN 978-0-9567646-3-8

Stuart Murray

Gateway to Work
Stuart
Murray


In the early 2000's not long after graduating from art school Stuart Murray was compelled to attend a Gateway to Work course, part of the new deal workfare programme which was introduced by Tony Blair's first new Labour government. Almost fifteen years later, aided by extensive notes made at the time, this book documents the experience.


A collection of drawings by Stuart Murray, produced for GSA Exhibitions.
www.stuartmurray.co.uk

Published by The Glasgow School of Art

ISBN 978-0-9567646-4-5

The Politics of Craft: After Ford 151

The Politics of Craft: After Ford-151

Published in a second edition of 100 by Grizedale Arts 2015
For the exhibition The Politics of Craft: After Ford-151 in the Reid Gallery, Glasgow School of Art 

Written by Adam Sutherland 
Illustrated by Jina Lee
Designed by Maria Benjamin

Printed by Werkstatt Hoflich, Munich, Germany

Kellenberger-White
Postcards for Kellenberger-White

London-based design studio Kellenberger–White showcased the identity they developed  for Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art in 2014 for this exhibition in the Reid Gallery (13 March - 12 April 2015). Kellenberger-White have been nominated by Design Museum in Graphics Section for Design of the Year 2015 for this design identity.

For the exhibition, Kellenberger-White produced postcards with each individual letter and symbol that they had created for the Glasgow International visual profile.