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Edinburgh Art Festival

Various locations, Edinburgh

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This year, as Edinburgh celebrates its 70th anniversary as a festival city, the 14th edition of the Edinburgh Art Festival (EAF) and its partners present more than 45 exhibitions across more than 35 venues. These include ambitious presentations of Scottish and international contemporary art and important survey shows of individual artists, staged at the capital’s leading galleries and museums as well as at site-specific artist-run spaces. The festival also presents eight new projects by Scottish and international artists at six sites in and around Edinburgh’s Old Town, and ‘The Making of the Future: Now’ pays homage to the physical and intellectual legacies of the town planner Patrick Geddes and the festival in the city. Find out more about the Edinburgh Art Festival from their website.

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James II and Family (1694), Pierre Mignard. Royal Collection Trust © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

James II and Family (1694), Pierre Mignard. Royal Collection Trust © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Pig Rock Bothy, part of The Bothy Project, sited at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, designed with Iain MacLeod. Photo by Johnny Barrington

Pig Rock Bothy, part of The Bothy Project, sited at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, designed with Iain MacLeod. Photo by Johnny Barrington

'With the sun aglow, I have my pensive moods' (film still; 2017), Shannon Te Ao. Cinematography by Iain Frengley

With the sun aglow, I have my pensive moods (film still; 2017), Shannon Te Ao. Cinematography by Iain Frengley

Thought Collider, Rhythm of Life (2014) Image © Gert jan van Rooij

Thought Collider, Rhythm of Life (2014). Image © Gert jan van Rooij

Tower, Dunfermline (2014), Toby Paterson. Photo by Toby Paterson

Tower, Dunfermline (2014), Toby Paterson. Photo by Toby Paterson

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