A Parliament of Lines
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Work by fifteen important Scottish artists – or at any rate, artists who've been through the Scottish education system – who use drawing as a central component in their practice. Featured artists are Charles Avery, Paul Chiappe, Layla Curtis, Nathalie De Briey, Moyna Flannigan, Luca Frei, Euan Gray, Sam Griffin, Marie Harnett, Callum Innes, Alan Johnston, Andrew MacKenzie, David Shrigley, Graeme Todd and Ainslie Yule and the exhibition is organised around five themes: The Body, Architecture/Landscape, Minimal Abstraction, Reproduction/Photography, and Sculptural Investigation.
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A Parliament of Lines25 Jun 2012
Group show includes work by David Shrigley, Callum Innes and Charles Avery
This group show curated by Euan Gray explores the very definition of drawing and its boundaries with other disciplines, successfully bringing together a diverse body of work by 15 contemporary artists connected to Scotland. Works by artists including…