The Fruitmarket Gallery presents a solo exhibition of the work of Jim Lambie, one of Scotland’s most internationally significant artists. Known for visually compelling, generous and beguiling work which attracts both popular and critical acclaim, Lambie came to prominence with Zobop (1999), a floor-based sculptural intervention that consists of continuous lines of multi-coloured vinyl tape laid in concentric circuits of a room from its outside edges to its centre. First shown at Transmission, Glasgow, it is now in several major international collections.[More..link]
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Exhibition Admission Free Mon-Sat 11am-6pm, Sun 12-5pm, and Mon-Sun 10am-7pm (1-25 August 2014).
The Fruitmarket Gallery 45 Market Street Edinburgh, EH1 2DF
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The Fruitmarket Gallery is a not-for-profit organisation and Scottish charity (registration number SC005576). The Gallery is supported by Creative Scotland investment which accounts for around 50% of its costs, the remaining amount is financed through fundraising from trusts and foundations, individuals and companies as well as earned income from our cafe and bookshop.
The Fruitmarket Gallery is a company limited by guarantee, registered in Scotland No. 87888 and registered as a Scottish Charity No. SC 005576. VAT No. 398 2504 21. Registered Office: 45 Market Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1DF