Last Chance to See Three fascinating exhibitions at Edinburgh’s City Art Centre

Last Chance to See Three Fascinating Exhibitions at Edinburgh’s City Art Centre

In March 2020, three of Museums & Galleries Edinburgh’s popular exhibitions will close their doors after hugely successful seasons at the City Art Centre. The first closes on 1st March so make sure you check out these fascinating exhibitions while you can.

Beneath the Surface – closes 1 March

A a group exhibition featuring work by nine contemporary artists based in Scotland – Sara Brennan, Michael Craik, Eric Cruikshank, Kenneth Dingwall, Callum Innes, Alan Johnston, James Lumsden, Karlyn Sutherland andAndrea Walsh. Each of them articulates a minimalist aesthetic through abstraction in their work, which ranges from drawings, paintings and constructions to ceramics, glass and tapestry.

Classical Edinburgh – closes 8 March

This exhibition connects the work of architectural photographers Edwin Smith and Colin McLean whose images, created 50 years apart, celebrate Edinburgh’s world-famous Neo-Classical architecture.

Mary Cameron: Life in Paint – closes 15 March

An exhibition celebrating the life and career of pioneering Edinburgh-born artist Mary Cameron (1865-1921) who, despite being a very accomplished artist, is little known today. The exhibition displays over forty rarely-seen artworks from public and private collections and explores the life and career of a woman who was truly ahead of her time.

For more information visit www.edinburghmuseums.org.uk/whats-on

Author: Koolyst

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