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Jeremy Deller Is Showcasing All His Prints and Posters From 1993-2021

In a new joint exhibition at The Modern Institute, Glasgow and Galerie Art Concept.

Jeremy Deller is an English conceptual artist best known for graphic prints and installations with political undertones. A Turner Prize winner in 2004, much of Deller’s work is collaborative and involves devaluing the often egotistical artistic process.

As a retrospective of all his prints between 1993 and 2021, The Modern Institute, Glasgow and Galerie Art Concept are holding a joint exhibition, titled “Warning Graphic Content.” Once described by critic, Mark Brown, as “a pied piper of popular culture,” the London-based artist works across a variety of mediums to humorously comment on complex socio-political events.

At the core of Deller’s practice is an interest in people. In the past, Deller has convinced a Stockport brass band to perform acid house music and restaged a 1984 clash between miners and the police. “Warning Graphic Content” is on view at The Modern Institute, Glasgow until January 22 and Galerie Art Concept until January 15.

In other art news, Robert Irwin created a site-specific installation at Kraftwerk Berlin.

The Modern Institute, Glasgow
14-20 Osborne St,
Glasgow G1 5QN, United Kingdom

Galerie Art Concept
4 Passage Sainte Avoye,
entrée par le 8,
rue Rambuteau, 75003
Paris, France

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