Franz West, who died a year ago, was the most lovable of Austrian artists. Described as a prankster, he was engaging in the way that he worked to attract the viewer to interact with his sculptures and installations.
Inverleith House pays homage to him with an exhibition of his collaborations with artists including Anselm Reyle and Sarah Lucas. The pleasure principle comes across strongly: you are encouraged to pick up one of his Passtücke' (Adaptives) staffs.
What makes West's work attractive is his feel for texture and his belief in art as an object, albeit a playful one. Go with an open mind and a twinkle in your eye.
0131 552 7171, to 22 September