© Hashem Shakeri
Power Structures is a new photographic exhibition curated by Francisco Ibáñez Hantke & Luke O’Donovan, focusing on the ways in which socioeconomic and political powers shape the built environment.
The exhibition features both emerging and established artists from around the world, whose work draws upon the changing power dynamics within global society, and the systems that must be learnt and unlearned to build a more sustainable future. Together the works provide an international perspective on some of the defining issues of our time, and the role that architecture and infrastructure can play in forming new power structures.
Featuring work by Catherine Hyland, Cristobal Palma, Finbarr Fallon, Francisco Ibáñez Hantke, Hagit Keysar, Hashem Shakeri, Jana Sophia Nolle, Marcos Zegers, Noelle Mason, Tim Crocker & Tom Hegen.
The exhibition is free for all to attend, but booking in advance helps us to keep track of numbers. If you or your practice/organisation would like to organise a private tour, then please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org. For updates and further information, please check the Power Structures website (www.powerstructur.es).
We will holding some free portfolio reviews for aspiring young photographers on Sunday 6th June, you can register interest by Thursday 3rd June latest at bit.ly/glasgowportfolio
There is step-free access to the exhibition space, and accessible toilets are available. If you have any specific access requirements please feel free to get in touch via email@example.com to discuss beforehand.
Power Structures is supported by Image Print Centre.
Glasgow G1 5AR, UK