Thursday, 1 January 2015

Generation at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art is showing an extensive range of work by artists connected with Scotland in the current exhibition, GENERATION.

The exhibition features some room-sized installations such as 

Real Life Rocky Mountain, 1996 by Ross Sinclair,

and new commissions by Claire Barclay, Toby Paterson, Ciara Philips and Alex Dordoy, all of which were made in response to the architecture of the gallery in which they were exhibiting.

Victoria Morton

The exhibition was a great example of the variety of media and approaches to art making that contemporary artists use, from drawing and painting by artists such as Victoria Morton and Alison Watt, through site specific installations, to video and films by artists such as Smith/Stewart and Henry Coombes.

Alison Watt

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