A group exhibition in Latheron, Scotland featuring installation work by Karlyn Sutherland (UK), Silvia Leveson (Italy), Michael Rogers (USA), and Emily Nachison (USA)
Exhibition Opening: July 25, 2016
Exhibition Dates: July 25, 2016 - July 25, 2018
The stark landscape of Northern Scotland is home to a deep history. Neolithic and Pictish ruins dot the landscape, rising up next to the remnants of a once bustling fishing industry or the scattered footprint of a village that was cleared by the lairds in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Behind the Victorian façade of Latheron House sits a small complex of old stone barns. The barns – or byres as they are called when used to house the animals – have been recently but minimally renovated to retain the spirit of their origin. This year, Bullseye Projects invited four artists to create or contribute art in response to one of the four rooms in the Byre. On July 25, 2016 Bullseye Projects will open what may be the most remote “gallery.”
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