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Mark Purves - Seen It.
November 29th - December 8th

Limited Ink Corporation presents Seen It. a new body of work by Mark Purves. Mark shows a combination of repeated forms and recurring motifs. A playful endemic warfare among contesting groups, his work highlights issues of authenticity and worth.






Richie Moment - DEETH 
8th November - 17th November 

Ltd Ink Corporation presents DEETH by Richie Moment. The exhibition features all new sculptures, etchings and digital video by Richie Moment.

“Death is like love. When you are in love, every song that comes on the radio seems to speak directly to you. Screaming about falling in love, losing love and falling back into it against all the odds...

In a world drowning in the noise of content, it feels like the right time to turn the volume back up on death.
Making it present again so we can remember, ignorance isn’t always bliss.”

Sruli Recht - Luxury of Choice
4th October - 21st October

Luxury of Choice. Objects of Self-Deliverance is a collection of 17 objects for a voluntary death. Methodically crafted. Completely real. Designed by Sruli Recht. An exhibition produced in collaboration with Hazard Gallery. Equal parts innovator and provocateur, award winning designer Sruli Recht (b.1979) blur the lines between fine art, runway fashion and industrial design.


Delicate Rebellion - Relaunch party 
July 28th 


Ltd Ink Corporation has collaborated with Hannah Taylor the director of She Is Fierce magazine to relaunch her brand with a special event at our Edinburgh Project Space. Hannah’s magazine and collective champions and showcases some of the best female creatives in the UK.



Callum Easter - Room1. Room.2 
July 12th - July 14th


We are excited to present the installation ‘Room 1. Room 2.’ by musician Callum Easter.  This sound, video and light installation will envelop our entire Edinburgh space over a weekend.  Easter is a singer of otherworldly rhythm and blues. His debut album 'Here or Nowhere' (released 5th of April 2019 on Lost Map Records) was written, performed, recorded, mixed and mastered by the artist himself.  Easter's music is described as art by process. This approach also emanates through his videos and cover art.


Martin McKenna and Derek Sutherland - Fifth Business
June 28th - July 7th

Ltd Ink Corporation presents Fifth Business, a multi-disciplinary exhibition by Martin McKenna and Derek Sutherland - “Humans have digestive juices that rot everything, but stone” - Ali Smith the accidental.




It’s The Media Not You! - Dialectic Bubble
June 14th - June 23rd

We are delighted to present the Icelandic collective 'It's The Media Not you!' with their latest performance, Dialectic Bubble.  Artists Eva Ísleifs, Katrín Inga Jónsdóttir Hjördísardóttir and Rakel McMahon look to investigate performance as both method and medium.  For this project, the group document their thoughts, creating a dialogue that becomes a visual representation of their relationship, the construction of it, the debate, exploring the specific territories of their collaborative work whilst exposing the riskiness of words and the fragility they can reveal within relationships.  The show is supported by MUGGUR, The Association of Icelandic Visual Artists.



Jack Brindley - Dumb Poet
May 31st - June 9th

DUMB POET is the latest exhibition in our 2019 calendar by Jack Brindley. Jack will be presenting an installation of new work, comprised of large scale paintings, wall relief photographic works and pseudo-furniture sculptures.  Brindleys’ current practice explores the dissolution of the rational mind and our often problematic relationship to the void: Pure white Paintings that push our perceptions, sculptures as pavilions, provisional spaces that try and hold onto an immaterial future, temporary sites of autonomy, mirrors and text artwork emerging from mist, like visions through a post-industrialist haze.

Group Show - Haven’t We Met Before?
May 24th - May 26th 

Nice To Meet You / Haven’t We Met Before? is a 2-part group exhibition that is planned to take place on two separate occasions, at two different exhibition spaces, over two separate periods of time. Taking place between Ltd Ink Corporation, Edinburgh, and A-M-G5, Glasgow, the exhibitions aim to open up a dialogue surrounding the effects that alternative environmental conditions have on the reading of an artwork, and how alternative installations can equally compliment, influence and transform a collective grouping of works.

The 2-part exhibition aims to open a collective dialogue and simultaneously unify the communities of Edinburgh and Glasgow by inviting viewers to attend both installments of the exhibition. Hopeful that attendees will take the time to visit both iterations, we aim to invigorate an audience who will continue visiting and experiencing exhibitions in both cities and venues




Hannah Ustun - The Right Impression
May 10th - May 19th

We are looking forward to our latest exhibition ‘The Right Impression’ by Hannah Ustun. Defined by certain gestures, repetitive stains and recurring imprints, Hannah Ustun's paintings form a network of surfaces that communicate her focus on painting itself as the subject. Nominally abstract and guided by a series of intuitive decisions, the internal logic of each work unfolds gradually.

Group Show - Nice To Meet You
May 3rd - May 5th

Nice To Meet You / Haven’t We Met Before? is a 2-part group exhibition that is planned to take place on two separate occasions, at two different exhibition spaces, over two separate periods of time. Taking place between Ltd Ink Corporation, Edinburgh, and A-M-G5, Glasgow, the exhibitions aim to open up a dialogue surrounding the effects that alternative environmental conditions have on the reading of an artwork, and how alternative installations can equally compliment, influence and transform a collective grouping of works.

The 2-part exhibition aims to open a collective dialogue and simultaneously unify the communities of Edinburgh and Glasgow by inviting viewers to attend both installments of the exhibition. Hopeful that attendees will take the time to visit both iterations, we aim to invigorate an audience who will continue visiting and experiencing exhibitions in both cities and venues.


Richard Walker - Jones Underground
April 26th - April 28th

We are excited to announce our latest exhibition Jones Underground by Richard Walker, a collaboration with A-M-G5.  The exhibition focusses on a new large scale work consisting of three plywood panels painted with pigment, bound with co-polymer emulsion glaze.  Jones Underground is a meditation on painting as a practice of seeing and making.  Walker asks simple, but profound questions: have we ever really looked at what is in front of us?  What do we see?




Guy Titterington- Re: surface
March 29th - March 31st

Ltd Ink Corporation presents Re: surface a new body of work by Guy Titterington, which examines contemporary mark making as traces.  In each artwork Titterington relinquishes different levels of control: to the process, environment or viewer, resulting in further abstracted compositions.




Hunted Projects - One Night Only
March 15th

We bring you One Night Only, by Hunted Projects, the first in an evolving series of one night only exhibitions.  This first edition of One Night Only is an International group exhibition featuring works by Alex Frost, Michiel Ceulers, Michael Staniak, Terencio Gonzalez, Cosimo Casoni, Tiziano Martini, Jordy Kerwick, Ben Charles Weiner and Alexander James Pollard.

The works featured within One Night Only reflects the individual concerns and interests of the artists involved, many of whom engage with or put pressure on abstraction and painting today.  Collectively the gathered selection of artworks fuse and crossover, creating an ensemble from which veiled, implicit and unexpected connections emerge and grow.  



Kevin Harman - The West End Sheriff
March 2nd - March 10th






Alessandro Di Massimo - The Rise and Fall of Your Chosen Empire
February 16th - February 24th

The Rise and Fall of Your Chosen Empire is a new body of work by Edinburgh based Italian artist, Alessandro Di Massimo, exploring the concepts of monumentality and ornament.  The relief sculptures presented in this exhibition are a result of optical art techniques applied to figurative subjects.


Norman Harman - Te Pentland Experiment February 1st - February 10th

Ltd Ink Corporation presents The Pentland Experiment by Norman Harman.  The Pentland Experiment explores the discordant interference between paint and digital process.  This ongoing work creates an alternative reality that sits on the outskirts of Edinburgh.  Converging the digital and tactile, Harman depicts a dystopian future.  Faces and structures are deliberately blurred from the viewer in these highly staged compositions which utilise Harman’s vast collection of photography, found imagery and TV stills.  Within the corruption of the digital image, there is a breaking up of the information, which leaves the viewer to interpret the space between abstraction and figuration.




Kevin Harman - Hope-less
November 16th - November 25th

Ltd Ink Corporation presents Hope-less by Kevin Harman.  The installation consists of gold crosses bought from pawnbrokers, gold thread taken from ministers gowns, delicate copper structures, solid oak beams, bolts and heavy gauge angle bar.  This ongoing work shows the quandary some individuals face when faith and reality overlap.





Liam Allan - Arrangements
September 29th - October 7th

Ltd Ink Corporation is pleased to present a solo exhibition of new work by Liam Allan.  Arrangements comprise of six drawings focusing on aspiration and precarity.  The exhibition originated with research into a found image documenting an amateur artists’ workshop.  A group of students were asked to create towers of clay tiles that stood without any additional support — a methodology examining talent and resilience.



Kevin Harman - Signs of Life
September 9th - September 17th

Ltd Ink Corporation is proud to announce the opening of Signs of Life, a contemporary installation by artist Kevin Harman.  The work consists of more than 300 handmade signs and a bespoke four-poster bed.  Harman’s installation investigates the creative resource found within the vulnerable adults in our communities.  It also highlights one person’s desire for shelter and time spent without it. The artwork which was previously shown at Harman’s Leith Docks exhibition, now encapsulates our space at the Old Ambulance Depot, off Brunswick Street.



Frank//Edinburgh Leisure// Eyes of Others
July 11th

Eyes of others EP launch evening with special guests Frank and Edinburgh Leisure.  Ltd Corporation is teaming up with Paradise Palms to launch Eyes of Others (aka John Brydon’s) latest electronic EP I See You In The Shrubs.  Brydon’s mesmeric music elevates the audience to a hypnotic climax.  The event will also feature the Paradise Palms DJ Frank and Keith Farquhar’s Edinburgh Leisure that generate Dada punk sound with subversive visuals. An event not to be missed!


Conrad Griffiths - Album Listening Party
August 19th

Conrad Griffiths is a working sailor and singer songwriter from Scotland. His music is incredibly personal. "These tracks are my story", he explains, "Growing up in Shetland, finding and losing love and building life as a sailor on the South China Seas"