Charles Avery

Art
Charles Avery: The People and Things of Onomatopoeia.
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Photo: John McKenzie. Courtesy of the artist and Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh
Charles Avery: The People and Things of Onomatopoeia.
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Photo: John McKenzie. Courtesy of the artist and Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh
Charles Avery: The People and Things of Onomatopoeia.
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Photo: John McKenzie. Courtesy of the artist and Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh
Charles Avery: The People and Things of Onomatopoeia.
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Photo: John McKenzie. Courtesy of the artist and Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh
Charles Avery Untitled (Two Guys in Boat Approaching Quayside)
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Courtesy of the artist and Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh
Charles Avery Untitled (Youths Smoking on Steps), 2014
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Courtesy of the artist and Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh
Charles Avery Untitled (Progressionist), 2014
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Photo: John McKenzie. Courtesy of the artist and Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh
Charles Avery Untitled (Chain, Rope, Bucket, Buoy, Eels), 2015
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Photo: John McKenzie. Courtesy of the artist and Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh
Charles Avery Installation view of Untitled (Dihedra), 2010-12
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Photo: John McKenzie. Courtesy of the artist and Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh

Following his inclusion in the Scotland-wide 'Generation' contemporary art project, Charles Avery becomes the subject of a major solo exhibition as part of the Edinburgh Art Festival. His lifelong project 'The Islanders' - encompassing painting, drawing, sculpture and text - is dedicated to capturing fragments of a parallel world populated with garish yet magnetic people and lithe greyhound-like creatures who stalk the humans' periphery.

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