Castle Fine Art, Edinburgh: Nick Veasey

Nick Veasey - California Bug (Large Pink)

From 28th September

British x-ray artist Nick Veasey‘s unique compositions are on show at Edinburgh’s Castle Fine Art gallery. This exhibition marks his debut with this work, which is set to form part of the gallery’s permanent display.

Veasey’s method is innovative, combining art and science, and seeks to strip away the layers of everyday life – by showing literally what lies beneath the surface of all manner of objects and creating art with machines used for medical and industrial radiography. The result of painstaking, thorough investigation, often by dismantling objects in order to x-ray each component, his work is resident in many major galleries including in Italy, London and San Francisco.

20 Multrees Walk
St Andrew Square
Edinburgh EH1 3DQ

Image: Nick Veasey – California Bug (Large Pink)

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