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Until Sun 13th Jan

Andy Hope 1930: When Dinosaurs Become Modernists

@ Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Edinburgh

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Andy Hope 1930: When Dinosaurs Become Modernists

Don't miss the new exhibition at Inverleith House featuring work by the celebrated German artist.

Andy Hope 1930 interprets experiences through a lifelong fascination and engagement with popular culture - specifically the storylines and images found in comic books (such as Batman and the Incredible Hulk), fantasy and science fiction (such as The Twighlight Zone). He will often use paintings found in charity shops as the basis for his own paintings, making surreal additions using collage and often incorporating texts in order to produce works that are both mysterious and haunting.

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Venue Facts

Venue: Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh


Address:
20A Inverleith Row
Edinburgh
EH3 5LR 55.966675, -3.204991

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Website: rbge.org.uk

Enquiries: 01315527171