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Quiraing I, Isle of Skye from the series Horizons
© Sze Tsung Leong, Courtesy Yossi Milo Gallery, New York

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Quiraing I, Isle of Skye from the series Horizons 2007

Not on display

  • Scottish Art
This work is part of Leong’s ‘Horizons’ series - an interchangeable sequence of photographs of natural and urban environments from around the world which, when hung together create a potentially infinite landscape. It shows the Quiraing, an area of incredible rock formations on the Trotternish Peninsula on the Isle of Skye. For the series Leong seeks out the broadest viewpoint and captures the scene with the horizon always occupying the same position in the composition. This allows the images to be displayed as a series with one view linking on to the next. Leong describes the horizon line as the “basis by which the earth’s surface is comprehended from an individual’s point of view.”

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  • Acc. No. PGP 820.1
  • Medium Chromogenic Colour Print
  • Size 35.56 x 60.96 cm
  • Credit Part gift of the photographer