Program Type: 
Community Engagement
YBCA:You presents
An Afternoon with David Shrigley
June 24, 2012
Downstairs Galleries

Overview

YBCA:You exclusive
An Afternoon with David Shrigley
Sun, Jun 24 • 12 pm
FREE for YBCA:You only

YBCA:You members are invited to this exclusive afternoon with artist David Shrigley. We’ll walk through his exhibition Brain Activity, talk with him about his work, and then enjoy a contemporary Chinese lunch at Fang Restaurant (660 Howard Street), all provided by YBCA:You.

Space is limited to 12, so reserve your ticket right away!

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  • An Afternoon with David Shrigley
    Jun 24, 2012 11:00am
    Downstairs Galleries

    Space is limited to 12 YBCA:You members only, so reserve your ticket right away!

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June 22, 2012 - 2:00am - September 23, 2012 - 2:00am
Downstairs Galleries

The work of David Shrigley effortlessly infuses a comedic sensibility into a serious fine art practice.

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Artist Bio

DAVID SHRIGLEY
David Shrigley (b.1968) lives and works in Glasgow. He has had solo exhibitions at venues including UCLA Hammer Museum of Los Angeles, Kunsthaus Zurich, Malmo Konsthall, Museum Ludwig, Camden Arts Centre and the CCA Glasgow. His work was featured weekly in The Guardian from 2005 to 2009 and he has had a number of books of his work published, most recently the retrospective What the Hell Are You Doing?: The Essential David Shrigley. He collaborated with animator Chris Shepherd on the film Who I am and What I Want in 2005. Worried Noodles, a CD released in 2007, features settings of the lyrics from his book Worried Noodles – the Empty Sleeve by artists as diverse as David Byrne, Franz Ferdinand and TV On The Radio. www.davidshrigley.com

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