SCAN supports Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert’s Artists of Scotland exhibition
SCAN is delighted to be supporting photographer Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert’s exhibition Artists of Scotland, alongside Greyfriar’s Art Store and our member organisation Street Level Photoworks.
Taking place in Glasgow, the exhibition consists of portraits from Sutton-Hibbert’s ongoing series, documenting artists in their studios across the country. This growing body of work features images of artists working across the length and breadth of the country, including Rachel Maclean, Sam Ainsley, Saoirse Amira Anis and Hardeep Pandhal (pictured above).
“From Ayrshire to Edinburgh, Argyll to the Orkney isles, Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert meets a selection of the artists who contribute to the cultural fabric of our nation and presents portraits of them in their personal studios and creative spaces… From small back-bedroom workstations, to large city centre studios we meet the artists at ease in the places they work, a rare glimpse into their creative workflows, and usually inaccessible and often private studio locations.
“The exhibition will take viewers inside Ken Currie’s usually closed studio, to see Alison Watt in her Edinburgh new town studio, Callum Innes in his large and beautiful studio/gallery space, with these portraits hanging alongside those of Turner prize winners and nominees Martin Boyce, Nathan Coley and Christine Borland, and many more of their peer artists across the country.”
Sutton-Hibbert has photographed over 100 artists so far, and this exhibition is the first public showing of a selection of them. SCAN is proud to be supporting this beautiful showcase of the individuals who make Scotland’s art scene so diverse and vibrant.
Artists of Scotland takes place 6 November – 21 December at Stallan-Brand Architecture + Design, 80 Nicholson Street, Glasgow.