Art and Healing

Exhibitions from the archives of Richard Demarco will be open to the public as part of this year’s festival programme, with a focus on Art and Healing.
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Extinction Rebellion

Extinction Rebellion (XR) will be exhibiting at Summerhall during this year’s Festival Fringe, curating a month of visual art, films, documentaries and performances.
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Joseph Beuys / Leonardo da Vinci

The third in Beuys in 1000 Items, a series of exhibitions curated by Robert McDowell, explores Beuys’s connection to Leonardo da Vinci. For Beuys, Leonardo da Vinci’s Codices Madrid embodied the unification of art and science.
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The New York Times: Carbon's Casualties

The New York Times is proud to present Carbon's Casualties, in collaboration with Beyond Borders. The exhibition features work from Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times photographer Josh Haner.
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EXIT- 100 days of khaos!

The whole world has now seen the ‘mother of parliaments’ imploding in irreconcilable self-destructive mayhem reflected in Frere’s recent work. This exhibition charts her personal response during the 100 day countdown to 29 March 2019
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New Sodom will be a Shining City on a Hill

Andrew Sim's new pastel drawings on paper document the shadow that growing up in the wake of the AIDS crisis, under Section 28, has cast on artist’s experience of a new period of queer liberation.
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THE NEW WORLD | Retrospective

In 1991, shortly after his fiftieth birthday, Alan Smith made a conscious decision to remove himself from the world of public art. Now, twenty-three years on and after a life threatening illness in 2013-14, Smith found the need to return again to the language of art and has completed a new body of work. 
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Free the Pussy!

Pussy Riot championed gender equality, LGBT rights, environmental activism and called for a female president. They challenged masculine authority and stood for freedom of expression.
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