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Alex Boyd was born in 1984, and grew up on the West Coast of Scotland. Educated at the University of Glasgow, his work has been widely exhibited with solo exhibitions at the Scottish Parliament, and at prestigious venues such as the Royal Scottish Academy. He is perhaps best known for his collaboration Sonnets with Poet Laureate Edwin Morgan, and for his landscape work with antique processes such as wet-plate collodion. In 2012 was made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Art (FRSA). He has worked alongside photographers such as Rankin, and is currently exhibiting work from his new series 'An t-Saothair' (The False Land) as platinum prints alongside Takeshi Shikama at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig in Scotland where Boyd is Artist in Residence.
Posted on Monday, April 15, 2013.
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