Please join us for the opening of a new exhibition of works from 21 Revolutions at Cafe Gandolfi on Sunday 3rd February, 5pm-7pm.
Glasgow Women’s Library is delighted to announce that Bar Gandolfi, in the heart of the Merchant City, will be showing a selection of our fabulous 21 Revolutions prints from Monday 4th February to Monday 4th March.
The works will be on display and available to buy in Gandolfi’s stylish upstairs cafe bar. So why not stop by for a coffee, a glass of wine or a bite to eat and take a look at these beautiful fine art prints inspired by items in GWL’s archive, library and museum collections?*
Artists exhibiting works include Sam Ainsley, Ashley Cook, Jacki Parry, Corin Sworn and Lucy Skaer amongst others.
Exhibition runs Monday 4th February to Monday 4th March
Bar Gandolfi, 64 Albion Street, Glasgow, G1 1NY
Open Monday-Saturday, 11am-12 midnight, and Sunday, 12 noon-12 midnight
In 2012, to mark the Library’s 21st anniversary and with the support of Creative Scotland and Museums Galleries Scotland, GWL commissioned 21 women writers and 21 women artists to create new works inspired by items and artefacts in our collections. These new fine art prints created by the artists have drawn upon campaign badges, knitting patterns, Suffragette memorabilia, album covers, recipe books, feminist newsletters and other gems found within GWL’s thousands of archive boxes or amongst the hundreds of Library shelves.
Find out more about the 21 Revolutions artists here.
*All the artworks are also available in our online shop.