Rough Cut Nation

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This article is from 2009.

Rough Cut Nation

The National Portrait Gallery may have been closed for refurbishment for the past six months, but this has only served to enhance its appeal as an evocative space. Rough Cut Nation brings together 12 young artists inspired by street art and graffiti, who will present their ‘remixed’ version of Scottish history in the empty gallery.

Scottish National Portrait Gallery, 624 6200, 7–30 Aug (not Mon), free.

This article is from 2009.

Rough Cut Nation

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A striking collaborative multimedia installation, featuring the work of some of Scotland's most talented young artists. Aspects of Scottish history are presented through street art and graffiti, painted, pasted and projected onto the walls of the Portrait Gallery, currently empty due to the gallery's closure for…

Rough Cut Nation

This unique multimedia project draws together a group of young artists from around Scotland to create a dramatic collaborative installation. This installation exploits the empty space produced by the Gallery's current closure for redevelopment.

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