Outdoor art is the latest trend – supercharged by COVID and our newfound enthusiasm for the outdoors (and fear of the indoors) coupled with us caring more about our environment – artists are increasingly entering into dialogues with the world around us.
From Folkestone on the south coast, where its Triennial has just begun, up to Scotland, this is the summer of outdoor art around the UK.
As the ferry to the isle of Bute steams towards Rothesay Harbour, you could be forgiven for forgetting that human-made art has lured you to this pristine island off Scotland’s West Coast. In Jonathan Meades and Francis Hanly’s hyperbolic film about the Western
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