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Peter M. Macdonald



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PostPosted: Fri Jun 28, 2019 3:42 am    Post subject: Exhibition in Edinburgh Reply with quote

For those of you who will be in Edinburgh this summer, you may wish to visit the new Levon Biss exhibition entitled Microsculptures. I was lucky enough to be at the preview yesterday evening. The exhibition opens tomorrow and will run until September. It is in Inverleith House, within the Royal Botanical Garden of Edinburgh. This is a superb setting for an exhibition. It is a lovely Georgian house, set on top of a small hill, with stunning views over the gardens and the city. The pictures are rather good, too. Entry to the exhibition and the Garden are both free. There is a charge for visits to the greenhouses.

Peter

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