Callum Innes: The Regent Bridge (3 stars)

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Best known as an abstract painter, Callum Innes works for the first time with light in an installation which floods the dark and dirt-encrusted Regent Bridge with coloured light. Created with architect and lighting artist Gavin Fraser and co-commissioned by the EAF and the Ingleby Gallery. Part of Edinburgh Art Festival.

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Callum Innes: The Regent Bridge

10 Aug 20123 stars

Casting light on an Edinburgh landmark

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