Glasgow’s The Modern Institute has a new online and in-gallery exhibition of the work of New York-based artist Anne Collier – her third solo exhibition with the gallery, and a far-reaching body of work that considers the evolution of human relationships – emotional, psychological, biographical, etc. – through photographic images and photography itself. The show includes works from the artist’s ongoing series Woman Crying (Comic) and Tear (Comic), alongside a new series with the collective title Filter, based on the imagery of American romance comic books published between the 1950s and the 1980s.
Born in 1970 in Los Angeles, Collier has exhibited widely, with many of her works in permanent public collections in North America and Europe.
Also showing until 6th November, Julia Chiang‘s exhibition Holding My Breath Moving Closer Closer.
Image: Anne Collier, ‘Woman Crying (Comic) #25’, C-Print