Thu 21 Sep, 6–8pm. Free. Book via Eventbrite Bar open beforehand. Panel discussion starts 6.30pm. Art historians Natasha Adamou (Kingston University, London), Alistair Rider (University of St Andrews) and artist David Batchelor consider the relationship between objects and sculpture, obsession, repetition and the grid in the work of Jac Leirner.Find out more »
Book via Eventbrite Join us for a glass of wine, a tour of our Jac Leirner exhibition and a fun creative workshop using the exhibition as a unique learning resource. About the exhibition Brazilian artist Jac Leirner (born 1961) presents her first solo exhibition in Scotland, combining work from major collections with new work made especially for Fruitmarket audiences. Leirner makes her work from a limited range of everyday materials. Playing with ideas of repetition, obsession and addiction, she uses…Find out more »
Book via Eventbrite Explore The Frutmarket Gallery's exhibition by Brazilian artist, Jac Leirner in workshop for 11–15 year olds which is led by trained young people and artist Louise Fraser. About the exhibition Brazilian artist Jac Leirner (born 1961) presents her first solo exhibition in Scotland, combining work from major collections with new work made especially for Fruitmarket audiences. Leirner makes her work from a limited range of everyday materials. Playing with ideas of repetition, obsession and addiction, she uses…Find out more »
Join us for an informal lunch and a descriptive tour of the Jac Leirner exhibition. Artist Juliana Capes will take you through detailed descriptions of the art and the artist’s practice. This event is open to everyone, we particularly welcome people with disabilities, including visual impairment and hearing loss. Refreshments served. Book via Eventbrite here, but if you would prefer to book by phone or email call 0131 226 8181 or email email@example.comFind out more »
Fri 10 Nov, 5–6pm. Free, Book via Eventbrite Jacqueline Donachie will be in conversation with the Fruitmarket’s Director Fiona Bradley. Jackie Donachie takes over The Fruitmarket Gallery with a major, mid-career exhibition of sculpture, installation, photography, film and drawing, rooted in an exploration of individual, family and collective identity. Donachie is interested in the structures, platforms and spaces (both actual and conceptual) in and through which we construct and support ourselves in the world. For this exhibition she has made a…Find out more »
12 Nov, 10–11am, Free for 8–11 year olds. Book via Eventbrite These new workshops designed for 8–11 year olds take place on the Second Sunday of the month. In the workshop Artist Louise Fraser will explore themes, ideas and materials in Jacqueline Donachie’s exhibition. November’s workshop is entitled Body of Work, you will explore sculpture and identity by making giant totem poles as tall as you!Find out more »
The Fruitmarket Gallery brings to Scotland some of the world’s most important contemporary artists. We recognise that art can change lives and we offer an intimate encounter with art for free.
We welcome all audiences, making it easy for everyone to engage with art, encouraging questions and supporting debate.
Open seven days, all year round
Open Daily 11am–6pm
Café and Bookshop
Open Daily 10am–6pm
Join our mailing list for the latest news from The Fruitmarket Gallery