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Rose Frain Survey Works
7 September 2019 until 5 October 2019
Glasgow Women's Library
Rose Frain Survey Works, Saturday 7th September to Saturday 5th October, visit during GWL opening hours
Visual artist Rose Frain is publishing a survey book of her work in September 2019. Glasgow Women’s Library is the first of three UK venues to launch the publication, with each event accompanied by an exhibition showing selected works and new works from the artist’s extensive practice.
Rose Frain will be installing ‘intimations and interventions’ from her oeuvre and new works throughout the library. From ‘Sissy Graffiti’ to ‘This Time in History, What Escapes’, Frain’s work cites critical moments and social equity.
The book Rose Frain Survey Works features 18-20 of the artist’s major projects, citing stylistic and conceptual developments; with critical essays, full chronology and bibliography. It is edited by Jane Warrilow, designed by James Brook, and published by Sissy Graffiti. Join us for the Book Launch and Preview on Saturday 7th September, from 2pm to 4pm.