Andrews first visited Scotland in 1975.

This work was made using photographs as sketches, but the relationships of the buildings to street and sky is partly invented. As much as a 'definition of appearance', it is also a meditation on the long history of a specific place in the heart of the Scottish capital.


The artist.

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

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