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Edinburgh World Heritage/Paolozzi’s Studio

Paolozzi’s Studio

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Modern Two, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

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Installed in 1999, this is a recreation of Eduardo Paolozzi’s London studio, full of his models, maquettes, papers, books and objects reflecting his huge variety of interests. (© Trustees of the Paolozzi Foundation, Licensed by DACS 2017. Collection of the National Galleries of Scotland. Photography by Antonia Reeve)

Listen to Christine De Luca’s poem ‘Clanjamfrie’ in response to this artwork:

 

Find out more about the artwork by poet Ken Cockburn, who is also organising walking tours as part of this project:

 

Listen to Kirstie Meehan, archivist at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, talking about Paolozzi’s work at the gallery:

 

Listen to writer Vivian French, whose brother Ray Watson was for 30 years Paolozzi’s main assistant and model maker, talking about her personal reflections on his work:

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