An intimate exhibition of the works of Scottish artist Will Maclean at the University of St Andrews has been hailed a success.
The intimate display of around 20 small works by the renowned artist has been so well-received that it will run until the end of the month.
The exhibition, on display at the School of Art History on North Street, includes mixed-media box constructions, montaged lantern-slides, modified picture postcards and collaged images.
The 5 star-rated exhibition (The Times newspaper) is described as “a compendium of the oeuvre of Scotland’s most illustrious artist.”
Organised by senior lecturer and contemporary Scottish art expert Dr Tom Normand, the exhibition opened in November last year and was originally intended to close on 20 December. Instead it will close at the end of this month.
The event follows the School’s inaugural exhibition, an installation by Scottish abstract artist Ken Dingwall, last year. It is hoped that the School will curate further exhibitions by leading British artists.
The exhibition, Will Maclean at the University of St Andrews, at the School of Art History, 79 North Street, runs Monday to Friday, 1am-4.30pm. Entry is free. More information.
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