TRICIA MALLEY & ROSS GILLESPIE
POP International Galleries MIDTOWN
153 East 53rd Street
(between Lexington and Third Avenues)
From 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Tel: (212) 533-4262
The Artists Will Be In Attendance
- Now in its second phase following the Year of Homecoming 2009 launch, As Others See Us is a project from renowned Scottish photographers Tricia Malley and Ross Gillespie collectively known as broad daylight. Tricia and Ross are perhaps best known for their award winning portraiture some of which is held by The National Portrait Gallery and The Scottish National Portrait Gallery. To view their work visit www.broaddaylightltd.co.uk and follow on Twitter at @broaddaylightUK
- The exhibition will be on display at New York’s Pop International Galleries during Scotland Week from 2nd April to 10th April and showcases 29 Scots and Scots at heart, including actors Alan Cumming, Peter Capaldi, Brian Cox and Ashley Jensen who were each asked to choose their favourite poem by Burns and respond to it.
- One of many cultural events bringing Scottish creativity to the US stage, As Others See Us illustrates how Burns’ literary legacy is very much appreciated by Scots and honorary Scots around the world and his relevance today.
- The 2014 launch of ‘As Others See Us’ will debut at Pop International Galleries Midtown, Citicorp Building in "The Atrium", 153 East 53rd Street, New York, NY 10022. Pop International Galleries specialises in Pop Art, Urban Art and art and photography that is derived from, or influenced by, popular culture.
For more information, please visit http://scotland.org/scotland-week
As Others See Us is supported by: broad daylight, Bowens, Creative Scotland, Deloitte, Hasselblad, Holyrood Magazine, Linn Products, Margaret H Duffy, Pop International Galleries, Professor Walter Nimmo, The Burns Society of New York, The Leith Agency, The Scottish Government, Tommy Dreelan, Walkers Shortbread. In association with The National Galleries of Scotland. broad daylight is an affiliated corporate member of The American-Scottish Foundation.