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Group show: EDITION (over)

15 November 2005 until 14 January 2006
  Ingleby Gallery

Ingleby Gallery
15 Calton Road
Edinburgh, Scotland EH8 8DL
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David Austen, Craigie Aitchison, Louise Bourgeois, Ian Davenport, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Callum Innes, Patrick Heron, Howard Hodgkin

The Ingleby gallery is delighted to present an exhibition devoted to limited edition prints by some of our favourite artists. The selection mixes gallery artists with invited guests in an eclectic display of pure and simple quality: an exhibition that seeks to prove world-class contemporary art needn't cost the earth. The selection has no themes or agendas or curatorial cleverness, just an enthusiasm for art that is the best of its kind. Highlights include brand new suites of prints from Callum Innes and Ian Davenport and two new screenprints by Craigie Aitchison and increasingly rare prints by David Austen, Louise Bourgeois, Patrick Heron and Howard Hodgkin.

The Ingleby gallery was one of the first in Scotland to offer the Own Art loan scheme enabled by the Scottish Arts Council to encourage the buying, commissioning and collecting of quality contemporary art by offering individuals up to 2,000 interest free, repayable in 10 monthly instalments, in part or whole payment for a work of art. Edition perfectly illustrates the breadth and quality of more affordable works by some of the greatest internationally renowned artists working today and offers the ideal opportunity to take advantage of the Own Art loan scheme.

For more images and details of works in the show and other prints in stock at the gallery please see our website or contact us.

Dates: 15 November - 14 January 2006 (by appointment only 22 December -5 January) Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 5pm

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