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February 2018

VERAMUSEMENT 9-2-5

Sunday 25 February, 2018 at 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
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Daily until Sunday 25 February, 2018
The Fruitmarket Gallery,
45 Market Street
Edinburgh, EH1 1DF United Kingdom
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VERAMUSEMENT 9-2-5

VERAMUSEMENT 9-2-5  Exhibition Preview Wed 21 Feb, 5–7pm Thu 22 – Sun 25 Feb, 11am–6pm. Joe Coghill is a multi-disciplinary artist, musician and experimental publisher based in Edinburgh. His practice incorporates sound, video, performance, social sculpture, facilitation and media distribution. Over the last six years he has been researching, archiving and creating new work exploring the life, influence and oeuvre of iconoclastic No-Wave outsider artist John Margotti. For this installation, Coghill will be re-imagining Margotti's troublesome 1988 New York exhibition…

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March 2018

Exhibition Preview: Lee Lozano, Slip, Slide, Splice

Friday 9 March, 2018 at 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
The Fruitmarket Gallery,
45 Market Street
Edinburgh, EH1 1DF United Kingdom
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Exhibition Preview Lee Lozano Slip, Slide, Splice Fri 9 Mar, 6.30–8.30pm. All welcome. Be one of the first to see The Fruitmarket Gallery’s Spring exhibition by Lee Lozano, who was a major figure in the New York art scene of the 1960s and early 1970s. Lozano made furiously inventive, irreverent and often tiny paintings and drawings; vast, abstracted paintings that sometimes used tools as their starting point; and conceptual works which took the form of instructions: ‘investment piece: be the…

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Exhibition: Lee Lozano: Slip, Slide, Splice

Saturday 10 March, 2018 at 11:00 am - Sunday 3 June, 2018 at 6:00 pm
The Fruitmarket Gallery,
45 Market Street
Edinburgh, EH1 1DF United Kingdom
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Lee Lozano, c 1962. © The Estate of Lee Lozano. Courtesy Hauser & Wirth.

Lee Lozano was a major figure in the New York art scene of the 1960s and early 1970s, making furiously inventive, irreverent and often tiny paintings and drawings; vast, abstracted paintings that sometimes used tools as their starting point; and conceptual works which took the form of instructions: ‘investment piece: be the recipient of a grant. Invest half the money on the stock exchange and hold purchase for a minimum time period of six months’. These works, called ‘language pieces’…

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