Ken Currie Chunnacas na mairbh beò (The Dead Have Been Seen Alive)
Chunnacas na mairbh beò (The Dead Have Been Seen Alive) is an exhibition of new monoprints by renowned Scottish artist Ken Currie. The title of the exhibition is taken from Sorley MacLean's Hallaig, which is a poetic response to the Clearances on the Isle of Raasay. It is a mysterious and haunting line which is open to speculation and has a certain poetic evocation.
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