'Northern Light is an
exhibition of photographs from the City Art Centre's collection.
The exhibition includes work by
- several photographs of Edinburgh and Leith 1845-49,
including the view of Shipping at The Shore, Leith (above), a
view of Princes Street with its cobbled surface, a view of Dean
Village and a view of a dredger at Granton Harbour (that I have
not seen previously). Also, a photograph of the Royal
Review of Scottish Volunteers, August 1860.
- Graham Clark -
eight photographs including shops and other views around the
Stockbridge area of Edinburgh in the late 1980s.
- Callum Colvin - large
'constructed' still life tableaux photographs in a style for which he has
become well known, from this photographer who studied photography and
sculpture in Scotland.
- Owen Logan
- Patricia Macdonald -
patterns in the landscape, aerial photographs by Patricia Macdonald taken
in collaboration with her husband and pilot Angus Macdonald.
- Wendy McMurdo
- Ron O'Donnell - a
humorous photograph titled Still Life is Alive and Kicking.
- Joseph McKenzie -
documentary photographs capturing the aspects of Edinburgh in 1968-69,
including The Chipper (chip van), 'The Scaffie', and Import/Export (a view
of of barrels beside the Water of Leith, close to the location of the
Begbie photograph above.)