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Harland Miller - Overcoming Optimism

January 8, 2013 by Kay

3 November 2012 - 26 January 2013

For Harland Miller’s first exhibition in Scotland, Ingleby Gallery presents a group of new paintings alongside a selected survey of the artist’s work across several years. Common to all of these paintings is a basic structure of shape borrowed from decades of Penguin paperbacks: a motif that automatically suggests a very British kind of nostalgia, but which Miller turns back on itself with invented titles that prove the dictum that you can’t judge a book, or a painting at least, by its cover.

Installation view of the exhibition Overcoming Optimism

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