As Others See Us

As Others See Us

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Personal Views on the Life and Work of Robert Burns

Tricia Malley & Ross Gillespie (eds.)

ISBN: 1st edition - 9781906817060 (hardback); 2nd edition - 9781906817527 (paperback); 3rd edition - 9781910021446 (paperback)

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As Others See Us is based on a new photographic exhibition from Tricia Malley and Ross Gillespie, who together form the renowned partnership broad daylight. It forms part of Homecoming 2009, celebrating the 250th anniversary of Robert Burns' birth. The exhibition consists of 20 portraits of prominent and influential Scots, including Eddi Reader, Edwin Morgan, Peter Howson and Janice Galloway. The portraits capture a unique insight into the sitter, enhanced by the accompanying text, as each was asked to contribute their favourite poem from Robert Burns, and to explain why it is special to them and what they think it means to Scots today.

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Portraits of: Janice Galloway, Edwin Morgan, Patrick Doyle, Eddi Reader, Neil Gillon, Christopher Brookmyre, Hardeep Singh Kohli, Peter Capaldi, Aamer Anwar, Alex Salmond, Denise Mina, Sir Malcolm MacGregor, Peter Howson, Janice Kirkpatrick, Andrew O’Hagan, Tommy Dreelan, Walter Nimmo, Alexander Stoddart, Kirsty Wark, Alan Cumming, Brian Cox, Ashley Jensen, Jackie Kay, The Proclaimers, Joe and Jim Walker, Tom Kitchin, Nicola Benedetti, Ian Rankin


It is a celebration of Scottish culture, reflecting and conveying through words and pictures the work of this extraordinary man and his relevance today - not only to the people of Scotland but to a wider audience.  The Drum