|8th Jan 2022 to 6th Feb 2022|
|Mon - Sat 10am - 5pm, Sun 12pm - 5pm|
Royal Scottish Academy
Royal Scottish Academy The Mound, Edinburgh Old Town EH2 2EL
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Finlay Room and Members Lobby, RSA Lower Galleries
Free entry, no booking required
Artists: Paweł Czekański | Clare Flatley | Gordon Munro RSA | Rachel Nolan | Ewan Robertson | Oana Stanciu | Michał Staszczak
IRON: Translating Territories examines iron’s multiple facets and roles by seeking new routes and practices to map unfamiliar territories and possibilities through art practice. The exhibition will unveil diverse understandings of the physical world around us and explore the creative potential and complexity in this singular material. Academician Gordon Munro RSA has assembled a pan-European group of artists, each bringing a unique perspective in their responses to the place of iron in our lives and its use as an artistic medium.
The exhibition is also be available to view online here: https://bit.ly/3I63qKW
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