This August, Art's Complex
, a former office building housing over 300 artists, is to show a selection of works in an inaugural Summer Show.
Now in its fourth year, this 'hidden gem' of enormous proportions runs an excellent year-round programme of exhibitions but is still little known to Edinburgh's visitors and indeed to some of the city's residents.
The group exhibition, from 3-19 August, will showcase some of the most exciting works, selected from the huge volume of artistic activity taking place within the distinctive red brick walls of St Margaret's House, London Road.
The Summer Show, occupying all three of the building's exhibition spaces, will be an annual, artist-curated event, this year curated by resident artists Sophia Lindsay Burns and Trina Bohan Tyrie.
Encompassing painting, installation, video, sculpture and photography by 20 established and emerging artists from home and abroad, the show aims to reflect the quality and diversity of work being created within Art's Complex.
The opening night, from 6-9pm on 3 August, will include an element of live video and sound performance. Opening hours are then 10am-6pm daily.