update THOMAS JOSHUA COOPER
'I work on the margins, on the periphery of populated and cultivated landscapes,' says Thomas Joshua Cooper, whose latest photographs feature 12 major Scottish rivers, including the Forth, the Clyde, the Tay and the Dee. His impeccable prints are richly nuanced. They are at the Fruitmarket Gallery, 45 Market Street, Edinburgh until 10 January. Details 0131 225 2383.
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