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Instant Whip: The Textiles and Papers of Fraser Taylor 1977–87 Revisited

By Neil Cooper, 05.04.2024
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Photograph of Liberty window display, image courtesy of the Glasgow School of Art

Interdisciplinary artist Fraser Taylor revisits a world he thought he’d left behind, as Glasgow School of Art presents works from his extraordinary archives, much of which had been presumed lost. Neil Cooper meets the artist.

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Perth Art Gallery unveil new galleries dedicated to the work of J D Fergusson and Margaret Morris

By Jen McLaren, 02.04.2024
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Fergusson and Morris Gallery Install, image courtesy of Sally Jubb

A new permanent display has opened at Perth Art Gallery celebrating the life and creative partnership of the Scottish Colourist, John Duncan Fergusson, and his wife, Margaret Morris, the pioneering dancer. Jen McLaren visits.

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The Fleming Wyfold Art Foundation and Lyon & Turnbull mark J D Fergusson’s 150th anniversary with new exhibition

By Susan Mansfield, 15.03.2024
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A Scottish Colourist at 150: J D Fergusson, exhibited at Lyon & Turnbull Glasgow. Image by Philip Connor

An exhibition to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birth of the Scottish Colourist John Duncan Fergusson affirms the artist’s important role in the development of modernism in the UK.

 

 

 

 

 

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Interview: David and Robert Mach

By Susan Mansfield, 01.03.2024
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David and Robert Mach, 'The Easy Tiger, 2024, image courtesy of the artist and the Stirling Smith Museum and Gallery

Susan Mansfield meets artists David and Robert Mach as they prepare for the opening of their first joint exhibition, MACH2 showing at Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum.

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Remembering Janet Boulton at Little Sparta

By Greg Thomas, 28.02.2024
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Portrait of Janet Boulton, image courtesy of Jess Baines

The artist Janet Boulton, who has died at the age of 87, was a painter and gardener whose wide oeuvre includes remarkable sequences of watercolours responding to Ian Hamilton Finlay’s poem-sculpture garden, Little Sparta.

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Review: Richard Walker, Kildrum

By Neil Cooper, 20.02.2024
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Richard Walker, Kildrum, 2019. Image courtesy of A_Place Gallery

Richard Walker presents a captivating body of contrasting and enigmatic paintings at A_Place Gallery, Glasgow. Neil Cooper reviews.

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