Claire Barclay is included in 'From narrow provinces' at Cample Line, Nithsdale, Scotland, UK

12 October 2019
From narrow provinces is a group exhibition at Cample Line, Scotland, UK. The exhibition brings together artists whose work lies within the junctures between painting and textiles, sculpture and architecture. The relief print series 'Unearthing 1–6' by Claire Barclay is included in the exhibition. 

Claire Barclay exhibits new print-making at Edinburgh College of Art, Scotland, UK

20 September 2019
Claire Barclay presents a selection of new work made during her Residency at Edinburgh College of Art, Scotland in the Sculpture Court of the Main Building of the ECA. The exhibition showcases the artist's new work in print making. Hovering between the organic and geometric, these works reveal similar concerns to her work in sculpture. 

Claire Barclay takes part in ‘Art Car Boot Sale’ 2019 at SWG3, Glasgow, UK

30 June 2019
Located on the ground floor of SWG3, The Art Car Boot Sale 2019 brings together works by more than one hundred UK-based artists. The emerging and established artists involved will be selling unique works and editions directly from the boots of their cars.

Claire Barclay is included in 'The Weather Garden' at Towner Art Gallery,

17 February 2019
British artist Anne Hardy curates the Arts Council Collection in Towner's eighth and final exhibition as part of the Arts Council Collection National Partners Programme 2016-19.

Claire Barclay in 'William Hunter and the Anatomy of the Modern Museum', Yale Center for British Art, Connecticut, USA

14 February 2019
William Hunter and the Anatomy of the Modern Museum is a group exhibition at Yale Center for British Art, Connecticut. Taking William Hunter's Tercentenary as its point of departure, this exhibition offers a 21st century perspective on Hunter's Enlightenment project.

Claire Barclay in 'Strange Foreign Bodies' at The Hunterian, Glasgow, UK.

28 September 2018
'Strange Foreign Bodies' is an exhibition of films, prints and sculptural works by contemporary artists including Claire Barclay. The exhibition offers a 21st century perspective on William Hunter's Enlightenment project, with processes of mutation, metamorphosis and technological transformation central to many of the works.

'Claire Barclay: Deep Spoils’ at Mission Gallery, Swansea, Wales

24 March 2018
The sculptural forms that inhabit Mission Gallery reflect the city's industrial heritage, embodying evidence of the labour and skill from the bygone local coal, copper and pottery industries. Claire Barclay has described her site-specific installations as a ‘pause in an ongoing process'; the installation at Mission Gallery connecting to work she made recently at Tramway and Kelvin Hall for Glasgow International.

Claire Barclay in 'Women to Watch: Heavy Metal' by UK Friends of NMWA at Phillips, London, UK

14 November 2017
Claire Barclay is in 'Women to Watch UK: Metal', alongside Sara Barker, Rana Begum and Alison Wilding in an exhibition which explores the diverse approaches to the physical properties and expressive possibilities of metal by women artists working today. It will include Barclay's site-specific installation ‘Untitled', 2005.

'Claire Barclay: Yield Point' at Tramway, Glasgow, Scotland

10 February 2017
For her most ambitious exhibition in a public institution to date, renowned Glasgow based artist Claire Barclay has created a new body of large scale sculptures responding to the raw industrial aesthetic of Tramway. 

Claire Barclay in the 11th Edition of the Gwangju Biennale, Gwangju, Korea

2 September 2016
Scottish artist Claire Barclay features in the 11th edition of the Gwangju Biennale in Korea, one of the leading international exhibitions of contemporary art. The exhibition is hosted by Gwangju Biennale Foundation and Gwangju Metropolitan City and is titled ‘The Eighth Climate (What does art do?)'.

'Claire Barclay: Bright Bodies' at Glasgow International 2016

8 April 2016
Claire Barclay presents ‘Bright Bodies' as part of Glasgow International 2016. Taking place in Kelvin Hall, Barclay's work draws upon aspects of the building's past to create a large-scale installation within one of the near-derelict spaces before it is once again transformed as part of a major refurbishment. 

Claire Barclay In Conversation with Paul Hobson At Stephen Friedman Gallery, London

20 January 2016
On Wednesday 20 January at 7pm, we will hold an in conversation event at the gallery between Claire Barclay and Paul Hobson, director of Modern Art Oxford, to celebrate Barclay's current exhibition ‘Longing Lasting'. 

Claire Barclay At The Vienna Biennale 2015

11 June 2015
Claire Barclay is included in the Vienna Biennale 2015: Ideas for Change. For this occasion, four international curators have been invited to develop projects in which new and existing works will be presented. 

'Claire Barclay: Overworkings' At Touchstones Rochdale In Greater Manchester, UK

28 March 2015
Following Touchstones Rochdale 2012 acquisition of Claire Barclay's sculpture ‘Perching Two', 2008, presented by the Contemporary Art Society with support from The Art Fund, this exhibition will show that work alongside the new work she has produced.

Claire Barclay and David Shrigley At Aberdeen Art Gallery, Scotland

11 October 2014
Claire Barclay and David Shrigley are included in the group exhibition 'Below another sky' at Aberdeen Art Gallery, Scotland. 

Claire Barclay, Kendell Geers, Beatriz Milhazes and David Shrigley In 'Paradigm Store' At Howick Place, London

25 September 2014
HS Projects present its second major group exhibition 'Paradigm Store' at Howick Place, a new landmark development at the heart of Victoria's rapidly emerging cultural quarter. '

Claire Barclay Commissioned By Hospitalfield House

4 July 2014
Claire Barclay and Janice Parker have been commissioned by Hospitalfield to make new work. 

Claire Barclay In Solo Project At Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh

16 November 2013
Claire Barclay is part of two commissioned projects that mark the finale of EVER/PRESENT/PAST at Talbot Rice Gallery at The University of Edinburgh, Scotland. EVER/PRESENT/PAST is a yearlong programme curated by Artlink to commemorate the bicentenary of the Royal Edinburgh Hospital.

Claire Barclay In Group Exhibition At Neues Museum, Nuremberg, Germany

18 October 2013
Gallery artist Claire Barclay is to have new work in a group show called 'function/dysfunction. Glasgow Art Centre' at the Neues Museum in Nuremberg, Germany. 

Claire Barclay And David Shrigley In Printmaking Residency Commissioned By The Scottish Print Network

29 August 2013
Claire Barclay and David Shrigley are participating in 'Below another sky' which is the first collaborative programme developed by the Scottish Print Network

Claire Barclay Chosen By The Old Operating Theatre, London And Cheltenham Art Gallery For Connect10 Museums At Night Competition.

17 February 2012
Claire Barclay, the futuristic Scottish sculptor whose carefully balanced and beautiful installations have been exhibited in Tate Britain and Edinburgh's Fruitmarket Gallery, has been selected as a Connect10 contemporary artist to be sent to a museum or gallery of your choice. 

Claire Barclay At Claire Barclay At New Art Gallery, Walsall

30 September 2011
We are pleased to announce that British artist Claire Barclay will be exhibiting a substantial body of work in an Arts Council Collection group show at The New Art Gallery Walsall, curated by Katerina Brown and Caroline Douglas.

'Structure & Material: Claire Barclay, Becky Beasley, Karla Black' At The Yorkshire Sculpture Park

31 March 2011
Structure & Material explores the work of three significant young artists who each investigate the way we create meaning through form.

Abstract Possible: Trailern At Malmo Konsthall C-salen

11 November 2010
Abstract Possible is a research project which aims at exploring notions of abstraction, taking contemporary art as its starting point. It will develop in various locations over the course of two years, starting with a "trailer exhibition" in C-salen, the project space, at Malmö Konsthall 10 November 2010 - 16 January 2011.

Claire Barclay At Whitechapel Gallery

26 May 2010

The Whitechapel Gallery presents a new site-specific artwork by leading artist Claire Barclay.

Claire Barclay is a leading figure in a generation of young sculptors that have defined a re-engagement with materials and the process of making artwork. For her new installation, Shadow Spans, Barclay will create a large-scale installation in direct response to The Commission Gallery.