Each painting in ‘The Human Comedy’ series by Edinburgh born artist James Pryde (1866-1941) depicts a facet of the human condition. This exhibition features Pryde’s ‘The Red Bed’ (1916) from the City Art Centre collection, alongside work from Lothian Health Services Archive and the Alt-w Fund.

New Media Scotland have hosted a series of Ginkgo fellowships and residencies over the past nine months at the City Art Centre that have explored the activity and research interests of the Department of Clinical Neuroscience in Edinburgh. Artists Susana Cámara Leret, Tomoko Hayashi, Stacey Hunter, Gavin Inglis, Jack King-Spooner, Alex Menzies, Florence To and Sven Werner present their work here in the context of NHS

Lothian's Art & Therapeutic Design programme.

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The Re(a)d Bed

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Blomfield

Robert Blomfield: Edinburgh Street Photography

Sat 24 Nov 2018 to Sun 17 Mar 2019

Robert Blomfield practised street photography across the UK from the 1950s to the 1970s, beginning in Edinburgh, where he studied medicine. He...

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Robert Callender, 'Plastic Beach' (detail), 2003-2008. 500 objects in paper, card, mixed media. Courtesy of the Estate of Robert Callender. Photography Angus Bremner

Robert Callender: Plastic Beach

Sat 12 May to Sun 8 Jul 2018

Scottish artist Robert Callender (1932 - 2011) was driven by his interest in the craft of making and in the environment - particularly the coast,...

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