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Solo show: David Austen - GREEN ELECTRIC MORNING (over)

28 April 2006 until 3 June 2006
David Austen
  Ingleby Gallery

Ingleby Gallery
15 Calton Road
Edinburgh, Scotland EH8 8DL
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David Austen

28 April - 3 June, 2006

This, David Austen's 3rd solo exhibition at the Ingleby gallery, will present recent paintings and works on paper alongside a new suite of 25 etchings published under the title GREEN ELECTRIC MORNING. Ten copies of the complete series will be available as a boxed folio and five additional copies of each print will be released individually.

Austen was born in Harlow in 1960 and studied both at Maidstone College of Art and the Royal College London. His work is represented in many important collections including Tate, The British Council, Arts Council and the Government Art Collection, and in private collections as far reaching as Madrid and Alabama, Edinburgh and Sydney, Brussels, Los Angeles, Tokyo and New York. He has received major commissions in the City of London and in Cairo and has curated a number of exhibitions and publications including Exodus at Kettle's Yard, Cambridge in 2004 and within the pages of Modern Painters in 2002. In 2007 he has a major solo exhibition at Milton Keynes Gallery that will then tour to important public venues in the UK.

Accompanying GREEN ELECTRIC MORNING will be one of our ongoing series of linen bound artist books published in an edition of 1000 20 of these will be signed and numbered with an original drawing by the artist.

For further information and images of the etchings please contact the gallery on (0131) 556 4441 or

Installation photographs of the exhibition and images of individual works will be available to view online on our Current Exhibitions page from Friday 28th April.


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