Out West / IAIN PATTERSON
Artist and educator Iain Patterson (1946) taught for thirty years at the School of Drawing and Painting at the College of Art in Edinburgh. He worked closely with the New 57 Gallery and Collective Gallery in Edinburgh, which he founded and managed for years. His work can be found in the Scottish Arts Council, but also in the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York.
The Ostrava exhibition is conceived as a typical example of the fusion of architecture and fine arts. So far, the Cabinet of Architecture has presented architecture rather on the border of music, fashion or mathematics. The author will personally visit the exhibition in March, when the launch of the first Polish-English-Czech publication about his work will also take place.
Tadeáš Goryczka a Jaroslav Němec
Curators: Tadeáš Goryczka, Jaroslav Němec