- Publisher National Galleries of Scotland, in association with Edinburgh College of Art
- Size 210 x 210mm
Rough Cut Nation
During the summer of 2009, Rough Cut Nation filled the hallowed halls of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery as it closed for redevelopment. A team of young artists and musicians, inspired by the historic murals of William Hole, which are integral to the building, seized their opportunity to reconfigure Scottish identity in a riotous, multi-layered installation.
This book, which records the event and marks the Portrait Gallery’s re-opening, is the result of a unique partnership between Edinburgh College of Art and the National Galleries of Scotland.
40pp | Paperback | 50 illustrations