Previous Director of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery and current Fleming-Wyfold Art Foundation Trustee looks to a 20th century great for his favourite Scottish work of art.CONTINUE READING
Work by early 20th century Scottish printmakers once commanded prices equivalent to the then average price of a house, with demand for black and white realism far outstripping that of the artists' peers; the Scottish Colourists. How the tables have turned, writes Graham Fitzpatrick.CONTINUE READING
A new performance by multi-media artist Ashanti Harris with dancers Jessica Paris and KJ Clarke-Davis delves into the animist philosophies of Guyana and Glasgow’s legacies of slavery. Greg Thomas reviews.CONTINUE READING
A new permanent installation by Uist-based filmmaker Andy Mackinnon brings Hawick's history to lifeCONTINUE READING
Howardena Pindell’s work overlays conceptualism and Black activism, forging connections between the two across a series of thrilling and disturbing works. Greg Thomas explores a half-century of creativity at the Fruitmarket, Edinburgh.
Two major new tapestry exhibitions opened in Edinburgh this month; The Cordis Prize at Inverleith House and Tapestry: Changing Concepts at the City Art Centre. Susan Mansfield explores the city's role in progressing, celebrating and challenging preconceptions about the medium within contemporary artCONTINUE READING