Toby Paterson exhibition at The Fruitmarket Gallery

I was in Edinburgh yesterday for various things including the last few days of the Toby Paterson exhibition at The Fruitmarket Gallery. It's consciously 'exhibitiony' (as the artist himself puts it) with his trademark architectural paintings displayed on perspex (mostly) around the gallery space. There are lots of Gillespie, Kidd & Coia churches, Victor Pasmore's Apollo Pavilion, a short film of Polphail and two whole walls of research photographs, mostly showing crumbling pieces of European modernism. Excellent work. It finishes on 28 March. After that you'll be able to see Toby's work on the Stratford International Extension of the Docklands Light Railway.

Picture: Fruitmarket Gallery.

Thank you loads for this. Very well worth the (rapidly arranged) visit. Full of Win!

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