The third instalment of the Now contemporary art exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh runs until 16 September 2018.
Jenny Saville’s paintings dominate the exhibition. Not just because of their large than life human subjects, but the gallery space given over to Saville’s work.
I was less keen on Saville’s most recent paintings. They had lots of what looked like scribbles all over them.
I loved Catherine Street’s work, which isn’t that surprising, given that I am a fan of collage.
I also liked Sara Barker’s fusion of painting and metal sculpture.
Catherine Borland’s foam sculptures weren’t my cup of tea.
I liked Robin Rhode’s colourful pieces, which adorned the walls of the corridor.
If you’re a fan of contemporary art, I recommend a visit to the Now Three exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery of Art. Its’ free to enter and the gallery is open seven days a week from 10am to 5pm.