14TH JUNE – 1ST JULY
Greg Hall, known as ToFeelHealed, is making his debut at Six Foot. His digital and film photography deals with complex issues, such as mental health, in an authentic and honest way.
7th JULY – 26TH JULY
Summer Open Call
From the 5th to the 26th of July, Six Foot will host its annual Summer Exhibition. We are excited to accept submissions until the 28th of June. Artists can be from any background at any stage in their career.
Deadline: 31 June
12TH MAY – 9TH JUNE
Geraldine McConachie returns to Six Foot Gallery with a brand new body of work. Exploring themes of grief, culinary childhood nostalgia, and vulnerability, McConachie presents a bold series of comfort food sculptures with her unique sense of artistic dry wit.
Our annual Easter Exhibition is showcasing a varied blend of contemporary works featuring a range of media and styles. From surreal portraiture to sculpture, this year’s features artists explore a wide array of themes in innovative ways.
Straight off the back of their enormously successful solo debut at Salt Space Co-Op, multidisciplinary artist Fantod presents PUBLIC SCRUTINY: an intimate body of work, including paintings new and exclusive to Six Foot Gallery. Fantod deals tenderly with themes such as loss, anxiety and gender identity. In 2021 they began an ongoing photography project titled AM I ME YET?, documenting their own transition through self-portraiture.
Having previously exhibited through our Open Calls, Ruaridh Litster-Campbell returns to Six Foot for his own solo show. Ruaridh demonstrates his self-described “faux naïve style” through bold explorations of portraiture in painting and sculpture.
PATRYCJA HOYNA & HAZEL FROST
13 JAN – 3 FEB
A collaborative exhibition by multidisciplinary artists Patrycja Hoyna and Hazel Frost. An exploration of the communicative powers of form and colour through painting and clay.
CHRISTMAS EXHIBITION 2021
An exciting collection of contemporary artists addressing social and aesthetic themes across all disciplines, from large-scale photographic prints to delicate illustrations and video installation.
Featuring: Amy Iona, Cameron Lings, Carys Reilly, Chloe Henderson, Fantod, Louise Montgomery, Lorna MacKay, Gregg Segal, Joe Paterson, Nat Walpole, Paul Holmes Taylor Stewart, Thomas Heinsohn, Thyme James, Tsuki Liang, Rothnie
SIX BY SIX
A blended showcase of contemporary painting, printmaking and illustration by a curated choice of six artists.
Featuring the work of: Clare Crines, Emma Hales, Katelyn Grant, Magda Michalak, Lauren Ferguson and Shamil Ramazanov.
GRADUATES OF DJCAD, GSA, GRAYS AND ECA
Best of Degree Show exhibits our curator’s choice of recent graduates of Scottish art schools. Degree shows nationwide were cancelled by art schools in the wake of the first lockdown restrictions; Six Foot Gallery has stepped in to showcase the talent and resilience of a graduate class who have created ineffable works under unprecedented circumstances. For many of the featured artists, this has been their first opportunity to display their graduate projects.
GRAY’S SCHOOL OF ART 2020 GRADUATES
Gray’s Painting: A Reunion features work by Gray’s School of Art Class of 2020, created during the first wave of COVID-19 lockdowns. With their degree show cancelled and studio spaces restricted, the 2020 graduate class come together to curate a showcase of resilience and ability to adapt their creative practice in the toughest possible circumstances for emerging creatives.
The Summer Show at Six Foot Gallery is an varied collection of artworks selected from our annual Open Call. This year’s exhibition features a range of styles and themes such as portraiture, science and digital montage.
This is a collection of lost labels, of insect traps, dust and empty cases,
documenting collections and writing up conversations, anecdotes
and observations. It is a folding image from an archive transferred to print. It is a celebration of how information is concealed and exposed, the marks of its use, its creases and erasures. This is Constellations.
Time flutters around in fragments, walls close in, figures dwell in doorways. Each composition was built up from a serendipitous impulse, perhaps a situation initially fantasised, then worked upon many times. The viewer becomes a voyeur glimpsing from behind a door into a domestic interior, watching a character in reverie, a strange ritual or worship, searching for meaning. Tess hopes they are a reflection of the atmosphere of the past year.
BROGAN CUNNINGHAM | LAURAKNOWELS | DANKA NISEVIC |CONSTANTINE ZEUS | ALANA DUNION | AIMEE HALDANE | JULIA JOHNSTONE | KAT GOLLOCK |LEAH DAVIS | ANDREA CHRISTODOULIDES | GAVIN REID | LORNA JOHNSTON|ROBIN JOHNSON | JILLIAN CAROL | LEWIS DEENEY | LOTTA PULKKINEN | KATE STEENHAUER | ETHEREAL ANDY | CELESTE CHAMBERS-HILL | AMY GROGAN | CAMERON MCCRACKEN | DANIEL DONNELLY | ALAITZ MARTINEZ | AURELIA MCKELVERY
10 Past 6 | 10th Anniversary Showcase
Six Foot Gallery opened its doors for the first time on the 2nd of April, 2010. For the past 10 years we have made it our mission to showcase the work of both emerging and established creatives in our home city of Glasgow and beyond.
In 2020 we celebrated our 10 year anniversary with an exciting selection of some of our favourite contemporary artists, working across all disciplines from sculpture to photography.
Featuring: Penny Anderson, Myria Christophini, Morven Douglas, Jan Graham, Robin Johnston, Tess Glen, Paula Doherty, Rebecca Tucker, Roisin O’Sullivan, Zsofia Jakab, Ciara McInnes, Tomek Jesiolowski, Cecile Grey, Sophie Fairfaw, Stefan Krajcik, Hannah Absalom, Zoe Scott, Lois Langmead, Pearl Kinnear, Sharon Thomas, Lena Phalen, James Connor Brown, Peter Murray, Zoe Scot
PEOPLE SHAPE GLASGOW | AURORE GARNIER | CLARE CRINES | ORKID STUDIO | MOIRA BUCHANAN | ADAM BOYD |ALEX MCCALLUM | HANNAH LYTH (guest curator) | CHROMA | FK MCLOONE