Generation: 25 Years of Contemporary Art in Scotland | Modern

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Charles Avery
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Douglas Gordon, 24 Hour Psycho
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Charles Avery - The Place of the Route
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photographed in frame - through perspex - colour patches only a guide
Alison Watt, Sabine
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National Galleries of Scotland
Graham Fagen, Peek-A-Jobby
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Jonathan Owen, 'David Niven'
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Jonathan Owen, 'Groucho Marx'
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Julie Roberts, Restraining Coat II (Female)
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Restraining Coat II (Female) by Julie RobertsAberdeen Art Gallery and Museums Collection
ate Davis, Who Is a Woman Now?
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Ross Sinclair, Real Life
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Simon Starling, Burn-Time
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Victorian Morton, Dirty Burning
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A celebration of Scotland's modern visual art landscape, featuring works by Douglas Gordon, Alison Watt and Graham Fagen

The last quarter-century of visual art in Scotland is being explored in dozens of galleries across the country this year as part of the Generation project. In Edinburgh's Modern Galleries, new and existing works by the likes of Douglas Gordon, Charles Avery, Kate Davis, Lucy McKenzie, Victoria Morton, Jonathan Owen, Graham Fagen and Alison Watt are among the highlights.

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