Harry Hill’s art exhibition seems to have been the talk of Edinburgh over the last week. Here is a rundown:
- As part of the launch to the exhibition, My Hobby, at Edinburgh Art Festival, Harry has given interviews, with sections in Ed Fest Magazine, The List, The Scotsman, STV, Daily Record, Comedy.co.uk and Dangerous Minds. Amongst the articles, it is suggested that Harry would like to tour the exhibition.
- Harry has also talked to the BBC and also friend and artist David Shrigley, who Harry will be doing guided tours for later this year, as part of an exclusive interview for the exhibition. The interview is available via The Skinny and reveals that Harry’s breakthrough moment with his art was when he was given a set of oil paints when doing Frank Skinner’s chat show.
- Thom Dibdin went to the launch and has a selection of photos and thoughts on the exhibition.
- Shortlist has an explanation of one of Harry’s pieces, Tarrant.
- Elsewhere, The Skinny, BBC, The Big Issue and The Guardian have mentioned the exhibition
The exhibition is on until 2nd September on the second floor at White Stuff at 89 George Street, Edinburgh between 10am and 6pm Monday to Saturday, with late opening on Thursday until 7pm, and Sunday from 11am to 5pm, with entry completely free!