Alasdair Gray: City Recorder
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Alasdair Gray is one of Scotland's most eminent writers and artists, and in 1977 he was 'artist recorder' for the city of Glasgow, his home town. This major exhibition features work from that period, showing how Gray's art depicted the life of the city at a particular moment.
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Alasdair Gray: City Recorder19 Dec 2011
Fantastic exhibition of drawings chronicling Glasgow's past
For one year in 1977, at a time when many of Glasgow’s famous old industries were closing, Alasdair Gray was commissioned to capture the life of the city in ink, watercolour, acrylic and oil on paper. Glasgow’s local history museum, the People’s Palace…