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Room for Reading / Edith Dekyndt
12:00 on 5 October 2017
The Common Guild, 21 Woodlands Terrace, Glasgow, G3 6DF
12 – 7pm, drop in, no booking necessary.
Room for Reading is an opportunity to make use of our unique library on the first Thursday of every month. Designed by artist Andrew Miller and filled with an expansive collection of art books, magazines and periodicals, the library is available for reference and research from lunchtime until late, with tea and coffee provided.
Not sure what to read? Books are suggested every month in conjunction with our exhibitions and projects. This month we have a selection of books about and chosen by Edith Dekyndt in advance of her upcoming exhibition ‘Slow Objects’ at The Common Guild with Vanessa Billy and Erin Shirreff.
‘They Shoot Horses (Part Two)’, Edith Dekyndt, 2017
‘Mer Sans Rivages II’, Edith Dekyndt, 2016
‘Ombre indigène’, Edith Dekyndt, 2016