New work from Moyna Flannigan at What You See is Where You’re At

One of Scotland’s most distinguished living painters at EAF 2010

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This article is from 2010.

New work from Moyna Flannigan at What You See is Where You’re At

The Scottish Gallery of Modern Art continues to celebrate its 50th anniversary with a series of new commissions, including new work from Moyna Flannigan, one of Scotland’s most distinguished living painters, as part of the What You See is Where You’re At strand. Flannigan’s new paintings, inspired by the Gallery’s collection, are concerned with the human figure and based on sharp observation, an awareness of the human condition, its absurdities and tragedies.

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, 624 6200, until Sun 17 Oct, free.

This article is from 2010.

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