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Talking about GENERATION

GENERATION is an ambitious free arts programme running until 30 November and is part of Homecoming Scotland 2014
CELEBRATING 25 YEARS of contemporary arts in Scotland
MORE THAN 100 ARTISTS OVER 60 VENUES throughout Scotland – many used to inspire the new works on show

And here are just a few of the exhibitions taking place:

Model churches made from cardboard are displayed very close together

Nathan Coley – The Lamp of Sacrifice, 286 Places of Worship, Edinburgh – 2004

The Lamp of Sacrifice by Nathan Coley,
Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow
15 May – 1 February 2015
286 cardboard model buildings have been made to scale for this installation. Gathering all Edinburgh’s places of worship together highlights the sheer range of architecture in the religious cityscape.

Edinburgh exhibitions, various venues,
Until 25 January 2015
32  is the astounding number of artists who have work exhibited at 9 shows across Edinburgh from June. See art by the likes of Jim Lambie, Martin Boyce, Richard Wright and Christine Borland at venues including the National Galleries of Scotland.

You, Me And The Plants by Sue Tompkins, the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
26 July to 31 December
70 acres of landscaped grounds make up the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh where a special audio guide has been created by artist Sue Tompkins. Even regular visitors will see the gardens from a new perspective.

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