Opening on Wednesday 5 October, Scottish photographer David Eustace presents a portfolio of photographs from SWG3’s industrial past for the first time.
Clydeside Galvanizers ceased operating at 96 Eastvale Place in May 2016. The business left the site they had occupied for the previous 20 years with the enormous steel basins and heavy machinery still in position. Years of zinc splashes and spillages adorned the walls and floors of the warehouse, which in time would become a beloved cultural venue.
But before the decommissioning process and new development works began, Eustace was invited to capture the atmosphere of the industrial past, before a new energy would move in. The resulting portfolio, GALVANIZERS, is a selection of images shot that day which pays homage to the former industrial use of the site — not just 96 Eastvale Place, but the wider Clydeside area.
About David Eustace
David Eustace is a Scottish photographer and director who is particularly known for his fashion, celebrity and art photography. His work is included in the collections of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery and the Glasgow Museum of Modern Art. Alongside his regular work for GQ and ES Magazine, his photography has featured in publications including Tatler, British Vogue, The Sunday Times Magazine and Elle.
Opening night: 5 October
We’re delighted to invite our friends, neighbours and audiences to attend the opening night on Wednesday 5 October at 7pm, when we’ll celebrate the launch of this striking exhibition with some drinks and chat in the Acid Bar. If you’d like to come, please email [email protected] with ‘RSVP’ in the subject line, and let us know how many you’re bringing.