‘Sacred and Profane’ is an exhibition of eight large-scale photographic artworks commissioned by the National Galleries of Scotland.

The works are investigations of well known paintings in their collection by Masters such as Titian, Rubens and Canova, and use techniques from painting, sculpture and photography to create complex compositions which question and comment on the status and narrative of the original artworks.

A prominent and recurrent theme in this work is Scotland as artifact and environment. First exhibited in the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in 1998 and in the National Machado de Castro Museum, Coimbra, Portugal.

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