The latest exhibition to take over the GoMA has been revealed by Glasgow Life.

Glasgow-based artist duo Beagles & Ramsay will transform Gallery 1 at the museum into a 'flagship store' following the successful run of Banksy's Cut and Run.

The major exhibition of newly commissioned work will feature sculpture and video including 50 life-size figures sculpted from recycled office furniture and reclaimed display materials.

Beagles & Ramsay will unveil three new NHOTB & RAD fashion lines to turn the gallery into a flagship store filled with clothing and accessories.

The acronyms NHOTB & RAD refer to the artist's long-standing alter egos, New Heads on the Block and Rope-a-Dope.

The exhibit will continue Beagles & Ramsay's exploration of the politics and tensions within consumerism and the contemporary workplace.

Opening on October 14, 2023, and running until April 28, 2024, the exhibit is free to visitors.

A special event will take place on Thursday, October 19 from 5.30pm to 7.30pm to celebrate the show's "unique fusion of art and fashion".

To find out more, click here.