|Ian Hamilton Finlay (1925-2006) was an internationally renowned Scottish artist and also Britain’s most significant concrete poet of the 20th century. This major exhibition focuses on the maritime theme in Finlay’s work. It was a central element of his art, and one to which he returned throughout his life.
Drawn from the artist’s estate and the City Art Centre’s collection, and including loans from the National Galleries of Scotland, this exhibition showcases artworks from across several decades, ranging from stone, wood and neon sculptures to tapestry. The show also features prints, postcards and booklets from Finlay’s Wild Hawthorn Press.
Exhibition in partnership with the Estate of Ian Hamilton Finlay and presented as part of Edinburgh Art Festival and Scotland’s Year of Coasts and Waters 2020.
The Men’s 10K aims to provide a stage for men from all walks of life to come together and take control of their health. Whether you’re running to lose weight, quit smoking or fundraise for charitable causes, we salute each and every guy that gets out there and makes a positive change.
Starting on the historic Royal Mile, this incredible city centre route takes you past some of Edinburgh’s most recognisable landmarks. With the beautiful Edinburgh Castle as the backdrop, runners will pass through Princess Street Gardens, the Scottish Parliament, Grassmarket, Scott Monument before finishing at the iconic home of Scottish Rugby, BT Murrayfield stadium.