Future event

Book Launch: Alan Dimmick Photographs 1977-2017
Thursday, 19 July 2018
6.00-8.00PM

Stills is excited to announce the launch of the first book dedicated to the work of Glasgow-based photographer Alan Dimmick. The publication covers a broad range of Dimmick’s images taken over the last 40 years and includes specially commissioned essays by artists and writers such as: Jacqueline Donachie, Moira Jeffrey, Francis McKee and Ross Sinclair.

The book launch will begin with a short Q&A between Alan Dimmick and Ben Harman, Director of Stills, followed by a book signing.

 

The publication will be available to purchase for the special launch price of £20 (normal RRP £22).

Alan Dimmick Photographs 1977-2017 is published by Stills and follows the 2017 exhibition: The Collection Series: Works from a private photography collection & Alan Dimmick’s studio archive, 1977-2017.

 

This publication has been made with generous support from Timorous Beasties and The Culture & Business Fund Scotland.

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 image courtesy Creative Rain

courtesy of Creative Rain
Preview: 'The days never seem the same'
Thursday, 26 July 2018
5.00PM-7.00PM

Join us for the opening of our exhibition The days never seem the same.

This exhibition brings together the work of Gunnie Moberg (1941-2007) and Margaret Tait (1918-99). Moberg worked primarily with photography and Tait became an influential filmmaker, poet and writer. Both artists shared a strong connection to Orkney: the place, its people and its landscape.

Curator tour: 'The days never seem the same'
Friday, 27 July 2018
1.00PM-2.00PM

Tickets free, booking essential

Join us for a tour with Ben Harman, Director of Stills and curator of The days never seem the same. This exhibition brings together the work of Gunnie Moberg (1941-2007) and Margaret Tait (1918-99). Moberg worked primarily with photography and Tait became an influential filmmaker, poet and writer. Both artists shared a strong connection to Orkney: the place, its people and its landscape. 

The days never seem the same includes a large selection of Moberg’s photographs, from portraits to aerial views of the landscape of Orkney, dating from the late 1970s to the years immediately preceding her death. It also features a selection of films by Margaret Tait accompanied by rarely seen archive material, including photographs associated with Tait’s work and travels, on loan from the Orkney Library & Archive.

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