The event will see experts, industry leaders and artists coming together to consider what Scottish Sculpture stands for; shine a light on the giants like Paolozzi, Turnbull & Laing; uncover the hidden stories; and support a new generation of talented sculptors working in Scotland today.
Scotland has been a source of beautiful, inspiring and internationally influential modern sculpture since the Second World War, but has often been under-celebrated. Exploring Modern Scottish Sculpture will unveil, explore and celebrate modern Scottish Sculpture. The event is lead by experts, industry leaders and artists who will seek to define what Scottish Sculpture stands for, and to shine a light on the giants like Eduardo Paolozzi, William Turnbull and Gerald Laing, to uncover the hidden stories and support a new generation of talented sculptors working in Scotland today.
Hugo Burge, owner of Marchmont, who has lovingly restored the mid 18th-century Palladian mansion near Greenlaw, wants Marchmont to be a centre for celebrating makers and creators. Taking place on Saturday 21 September, Exploring Modern Scottish Sculpture at Marchmont House is the second of a year-long series of events that celebrate the innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship of makers and creators.
Featuring a world class group of speakers, Exploring Modern Scottish Sculpture will bring together an interesting mix of artists, curators, auctioneers, dealers, collectors and enthusiasts including; Richard Demarco CBE, Kenny Hunter, Keith McCarter, Andrew Patrizio, Charles Poulson and Sandy Stoddart FRSE to explore a fascinating topic. The event will be located in the beautiful surroundings of Marchmont House, in the Scottish Borders and will provide an opportunity to see the extraordinary Marchmont House collection of modern sculpture from Scotland and around the United Kingdom.
Exploring Modern Scottish Sculpture | Marchmont House | Saturday 21st September 2019
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