Exhibitions

Photosynthesis: Shedding new light on plants

Photosynthesis: Shedding new light on plants

The first exhibition in Scotland by artists from the Dutch art collective, Tropism. Featuring botanical installations and photographs of plants taken with unusual, often scientific, visualisation techniques, the exhibition provides a surprising and spectacularly different view on plants.

Fatal Fungi: Models and watercolours on vellum of poisonous and hallucinogenic mushrooms by Stephen Caine

Fatal Fungi: Models and watercolours on vellum of poisonous and hallucinogenic mushrooms by Stephen Caine

While some species of fungi are among the most highly regarded of gastronomic delights, others contain the most notorious of all naturally occurring poisons. This exhibition of models and paintings of fungi includes many of the most toxic British species.

John Chamberlain: Outdoor sculptures

John Chamberlain: Outdoor sculptures

As part of the John Chamberlain exhibition at Inverleith House, four of Chamberlain's late monumental sculptures in bright green, pink and bronze aluminium can be viewed outdoors in the Garden's landscaped grounds.

John Chamberlain: Sculptures

John Chamberlain: Sculptures

The first solo exhibition with a UK public gallery by the great American artist John Chamberlain (1927 – 2011) includes monumental twisted metal foil sculptures placed throughout the Garden.

Lorna Fraser: The Herbarium, An Artist's View

Lorna Fraser: The Herbarium, An Artist's View

An exhibition of new work by Edinburgh based artist Lorna Fraser. This work in ceramic and print is inspired by the plant specimens from the RBGE Herbarium.

Cowal Camera Club - Images through the Lens

Cowal Camera Club - Images through the Lens

Don't miss this exhibition of photographs by members of Cowal Camera Club. The Courtyard Gallery will open at 1pm on Tuesday 18th August.

Rhythms of Nature an exhibition by Valerie Ferguson

Rhythms of Nature an exhibition by Valerie Ferguson

My metalwork is often spontaneous and organic in form, believing in impressing on steel a delicacy that belies its inherent strength.

The Small-Scale Sculpture of John Chamberlain

The Small-Scale Sculpture of John Chamberlain

Jon Wood, Research Curator at the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds discusses the work and legacy of John Chamberlain in relation to the exhibition at Inverleith House.

Garden Sculpture Tours

Garden Sculpture Tours

Join Alexander 'Twig' Champion for a meditative tour around the Garden’s outdoor sculptures including the works of John Chamberlain.

Garden Sculpture Tours

Garden Sculpture Tours

Join Alexander 'Twig' Champion for a meditative tour around the Garden’s outdoor sculptures including the works of John Chamberlain.

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