Filed under: Projects, street art | Tags: Rough Cut Nation, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, street art
This week I visited the Scottish National Portrait Gallery to check out the Rough Cut Nation exhibition. The project gave Scottish artists the rare opportunity to paint, cut, paste, and project their work directly onto the walls of the grand neo-gothic gallery building. Inspired by street art and graffiti culture, the outcome is a modern day interpretation of the Gallery’s original mural painted in 1889-1898 by William Hole.
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