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While Edinburgh Art Festival 2018 is now over, the below exhibitions are still open at our partner galleries

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City Art Centre: Edwin G. Lucas: An Individual Eye

City Art Centre

Edwin G. Lucas: An Individual Eye

4 August – 10 February 2019

Mon – Sun, 10am – 5pm

Edwin G. Lucas: An Individual Eye is the first major exhibition to focus on this enigmatic artist who was one of the most unique Scottish painters of the 20th century.

City Art Centre: In Focus: Scottish Photography

City Art Centre

In Focus: Scottish Photography

7 July – 12 May 2019

Mon – Sun, 10am – 5pm

In Focus: Scottish Photography showcases the City Art Centre’s photographic collections, charting the development of fine art photography in Scotland from the 19th century to present day.

Scottish National Portrait Gallery: Planes, Trains and Automobiles

Scottish National Portrait Gallery

Planes, Trains and Automobiles: 
Transportation Photographs from National Galleries of Scotland

2 June – 13 January 2019

Mon — Sun, 10am — 6pm

Outside August: Mon — Sun, 10am — 5pm

Planes, Trains & Automobiles is the third in a series of thematic exhibitions exploring the exceptional permanent collection of photography at the National Galleries of Scotland.

Scottish National Portrait Gallery: Beyond Likeness

Scottish National Portrait Gallery

Victoria Crowe
Beyond Likeness

12 May – 18 November

Mon — Sun, 10am — 6pm

Outside August: Mon — Sun, 10am — 5pm

Beyond Likeness brings together a group of outstanding portraits by the distinguished Scottish artist Victoria Crowe.

Bobby Niven: Palm House, 2017

Johnston Terrace Wildlife Garden

Bobby Niven: Palm House, 2017

All year round (on request)

Johnston Terrace Wildlife Garden is open to members of the general public on request.
Please contact Scottish Wildlife Trust for more information.

Niven brings together his own individual sculptural practice with his concept developed for The Bothy Project, to create a studio workshop within the Johnston Terrace Wildlife Garden

Graham Fagen: A Drama In Time, 2016

Jacob’s Ladder, Calton Road Bridge

Graham Fagen: A Drama In Time, 2016

All year round

Graham Fagen is one of the most influential artists working in Scotland today. His work mixes media and crosses continents.

Alison Watt: Still, 2004

Alison Watt: Still, 2004​

All year round
Mon – Sun, 9am – 6pm

(Please note this space is sometimes closed off to the public, you can phone ahead to check on (+44) 0131 556 3332)

Commissioned by Ingleby.

Richard Wright: The Stairwell Project, 2010

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Modern Two

Richard Wright: The Stairwell Project, 2010​

All year round
Mon – Sun, 10am – 5pm

Commissioned by the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art.

Martin Creed: Work No.1059, 2011

Scotsman Steps

Martin Creed: Work No.1059, 2011​

All year round
Mon – Sun, 5am – 10pm

Commissioned by Fruitmarket Gallery.