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Another Minimalism
Art After California Light and Space
14 November 2015 – 21 February 2016
Curated by Melissa E. Feldman

Uta Barth (Germany), Larry Bell (US), Carol Bove (Switzerland), Sarah Braman (US), Tacita Dean (UK), Olafur Eliasson (Denmark), Sam Falls (US), Jeppe Hein (Denmark), Robert Irwin (US), Ann Veronica Janssens (UK), Spencer Finch (US), James Welling (US)

Bringing the work of a select group of current-generation artists together with that of two pioneers of West Coast American minimalism, this exhibition examines the impact of California Light and Space art on artists working today.

Robert Irwin and Larry Bell are two of California’s best-known artists. In this exhibition, two of their signature objects – one of Irwin’s iconic discs and a Larry Bell cube – signal the radical and ground-breaking art made in California in the 1960s and 70s.

Saturday tours
Every Sat, 2–3pm. Free. Drop in

Artists' BookMarket 2016

Artists' BookMarket 2016
Sat 27 Feb, 11am–6pm and Sun 28 Feb, 12–5pm

Artists’ BookMarket brings its annual celebration of artists’ books and artist-led publishing. Browse the stalls of work available for sale from this growing area of art practice and enjoy the weekend’s programme of talks and workshops. Want to be part of Artists’ BookMarket 2016? We are currently accepting submissions via Curator Space here

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Events this week

Writings on Art and Anti-Art: Dawn Ades
Thu 26 Nov, 6.30pm–8.30pm. Free. [Book Via EventBrite]
A Bookweek Scotland Event 
Art historian and curator Dawn Ades is a leading authority on dada, surrealism, abstraction and art from Latin America. To launch her new book of collected essays, she will be in conversation with Fiona Bradley (The Fruitmarket Gallery) and and Neil Cox (University of Edinburgh).

Literary Littles Free bookclub for young children
Lesley Barnes: Jill & Dragon
Sat 28 Nov, 10.30am. Free
Ages 2–8 [Book Via EventBrite]
A Bookweek Scotland Event
Glaswegian author and illustrator Lesley Barnes reads her sumptuously illustrated book Jill & Dragon.

Space and Lit: Michel Faber, Sophie Cooke, CONCH and FOUND
Sat 28 Nov, 7.30–10pm. £6. [Book Via EventBrite]
A Bookweek Scotland Event
Leaping off from the retro-futurism and technological fetish of Light and Space art, this event moves round the gallery with a reading from Faber, author of The Book of Strange New Things, new writing from Cooke taking on the inherent optimism in attempts to develop better worlds for ourselves, and the modular synths and tape delays of band FOUND’s post- cataclysmic landscape. Refreshments and stimulation from caffeinated art collective CONCH. Pulsating pop tones throughout

See the full list of events here