Architecture and the human body are intertwined at Edinburgh’s sculpture park, while across the city deeply personal minimalist works pack an uneasy punch
If you have ever wondered about the connections between the chinoiserie and gothic styles in the 18th century, this one’s for you. Bronstein is fascinated by architectural history and the human body. In his new permanent commission for Edinburgh’s wonderful sculpture park, he links two pavilions – one in the pseudo-Chinese style popular in Georgian Britain, one in the neo-medieval mode – with a narrow rose walk. Will it be genius or a folly?
Jupiter Artland, Edinburgh, 28 July to 1 October