Architectural exhibition opened in Edinburgh

JUNE 11 is the closing date of an exhibition in Edinburgh devoted to architecture and also contemporary art.

The 197th annual exhibition of the Royal Scottish Academy opened on Saturday and mainly features work by contemporary artists. But there is a section of the exhibition space devoted additionally to several of Scotland’s best-known architects – comprising 3D models, drawings and materials use.

The full list of participating artists and architects can be found, here.

Says the RSA, here, the exhibition is the “largest and longest-running exhibition of contemporary art in Scotland”.

The exhibition is at the RSA on The Mound.

Pictured: A model of the local, King’s Theatre restoration, by Bennetts Associates, Picture credit: Place Design Scotland

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