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Press launch of Frank To’s Divine Comedy art exhibition
YOU are invited to the press launch of Frank To’s art exhibition Dante’s Divine Comedy at The Leith Gallery 65 The Shore, Edinburgh EH6 6RA on Friday 5th April at 5.30pm.
The artist’s latest show, the result of two years work, has been inspired by The Inferno, the first section of Dante’s Divine Comedy, which details the major Italian poet of the Middle Ages’ journey through hell and purgatory to heaven.
The exhibition features such instantly recognisable Glasgow landmarks as: the Hydro Stadium (portrayed as Stadium of Lust); Finnieston Crane; Provan Gas Works; the underpass at St George Subway (in a painting titled The Bowge Crossing) as well as Ibrox, which is portrayed as Limbo.
Frank To’s new exhibition, Dante’s Divine Comedy, will be at The Leith Gallery from 6th April to 27th April with support from RBS.
Frank To will be available for interview on the day.
RSVP Susan Christie at Liquorice Media tel 0141 561 4018 / 07971 823651.
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