In the latest essay in our ‘Isolation in Scottish Art’ series, Susan Mansfield reflects on the enduring simplicity of Craigie Aitchison’s painting.CONTINUE READING
The Fleming-Wyfold Art Foundation’s new acquisition of posters and postcards by Ian Hamilton Finlay offers a window into the oeuvre of an artist forever at war, says Greg Thomas.CONTINUE READING
With clothes shops currently still closed, curator Alice Strang turns her eye for fashion to our collection, to provide style inspiration for when we can ditch our stay-at-home clothes and dress up again.CONTINUE READING
For the second in our series on Favourite Scottish Works of Art, British broadcaster and former politician Michael Portillo reminisces on his grandfathers collection of art, who had a particular passion for the Scottish Colourist S. J. Peploe.CONTINUE READING
In February this year Scottish Art News caught up with Glasgow-based artist llana Halperin as she prepared for two important solo exhibitions at Patricia Fleming Gallery and Mount Stuart.
In the second essay in this series, Susan Mansfield reflects on the different kinds of isolation Joan Eardley encountered in the communities of Catterline and Townhead, and how it propelled her practice.CONTINUE READING