Charles Avery: The Gates of Ono­matopoeia

The Scotsman - - ARTS - Su­san Mans­field

Since 2004, Charles Avery has been work­ing on his life­long project, The Is­landers, ex­pand­ing with ev­ery ex­hi­bi­tion the fic­tional world which is one part Mull, one part Hack­ney and two parts his bound­less imag­i­na­tion. This new show takes us deep into the cap­i­tal city of Ono­matopoeia, from the young rad­i­cals ar­gu­ing politics in the in­trigu­ingly named Union Cafe to the beasts scav­eng­ing in the mar­ket­place. In­cludes ma­jor new draw­ings and sculp­ture.

In­gleby Gallery, Ed­in­burgh, un­til 13 July, 0131- 556 4441

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