The first part of the three year long NOW exhibition is on at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art until 24 September 2017.
A fair part of the exhibition consists of work by the Glaswegian artist Nathan Coley.
It was a bit alarming to see smoke coming for the recently opened Switch House in Coley’s ‘Tate Modern on Fire’.
Another iconic London landmark is featured in Coley’s ‘Paul’
The rear of ‘Paul’ reminded me of a dolls house.
Coley’s installation ‘The Lamp of Sacrifice, 286 Places of Worship’ features cardboard models of all the places of worship in Edinburgh listed in 2004.
I loved the texture and colour of the moon in Jock McFadyen’s ‘Calton Hill’.
In the same room Peter Doig’s ‘Milky Way’ is on display.
Another piece which caught my eye was ‘State’ by Louise Hopkins.