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Florilegium: A gathering of flowers

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New and existing works by contemporary artists Lee Mingwei, Annalee Davis, Wendy McMurdo and Lyndsay Mann join over 40 established botanical illustrators such as Mieko Ishikawa, Dianne Sutherland and Sansanee Deekrajang in ‘Florilegium: A gathering of flowers’, at Inverleith House, in the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.

Botanical artists from all over the world present detailed studies of plants, revealing how flowers can elicit cultural, historic, geographic, socio-political and scientific ideas, and inviting visitors to explore the rich diversity of RBGE’s extensive Living Collection.

The biennial exhibition is the first of a new programme as Inverleith House begins its transformation into Climate House, following the award of Outset Contemporary Art Fund’s Transformative Grant.

Open daily from 10.30am.
Last admission 4.15pm October; 3.15pm November – December.

Free entry. Please book your time slot to enter the Garden via rbge.org.uk


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Details

Start:
October 16
End:
December 13
Cost:
Free
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Website:
http://www.rbge.org.uk/florilegiumexhibition

Venue

Inverleith House, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
Inverleith Row
Edinburgh, EH3 5LR United Kingdom
Phone:
01312482849
Website:
https://www.rbge.org.uk/whats-on/inverleith-house/introducing-climate-house/

Organiser

Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
Phone:
0131 552 7171
Website:
www.rbge.org.uk

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