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Keeping you in the picture with this week’s best exhibitions across Scotland
Read all about it! Monet, Graphic Design, Why Museums Matter, The Birth of Impressionism
Selections from the Scottish Nature Photography Awards
Hand-made: Selections from the Craft Scotland directory
Hats off to Hotel Art
Art world: shows to catch on your travels
Highlights from the Venice Biennale
Glasgow International Festival’s headline exhibitions
In the room at Lyon & Turnbull’s sale of Scottish Paintings & Sculpture
Sir Henry Raeburn, Stair Hathorn Stewart of Physgill and Glasserton
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Visual Arts
Catch up on all the latest exhibition news and reviews across the Scottish art scene and further afield.
Helen Denerley, 'Rock Ape'

Summerhall Edinburgh’s Variety Show

Edinburgh’s acclaimed arts centre Summerhall is launching its 2024 Festival visual arts programme, comprising a truly eclectic variety of uncompromising work.

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Arts Events

Continually updated calendar of events near you and online, including art fairs, auctions, open studios, museums openings and charity events in Scotland, the UK and beyond.

Performing Arts

Join us as we highlight the news and reviews from the world of music, opera, dance theatre and film.

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Adrian Wiszniewski - Reading French, ink and acrylic on paper/card
Adrian Wiszniewski – Woman on Yellow, Courtesy of Compass Gallery, Glasgow
Gilly Semple - Study in Brown
Gilly Semple - Study in Brown
Nadine Carruthers - All My Favourites
Nadine Carruthers - All My Favourites
Craft & Design
Discover a trove of talented makers and designers from jewellery, textiles, furniture, ceramics, glass, mosaics, and much more -all handmade for you and your home.

Healy Arts Studio

Drawing inspiration from endangered species of flora and fauna, Siobhan Healy of the Healy Arts Studio creates unique objects and installations in materials such as glass, clear crystal, gold and diamond dust.

Max McCance

Using unique construction methods and technical skills, Max McCance pushes the boundaries between furniture and art.


Fife-based jeweller Evie Milo of Milomade is driven by a passion for preserving and reimagining the past.

Moira Third

Inspired by her surroundings in a beautiful glen in the Cairngorms National Park, textile artist and maker Moira Third creates quietly contemplative artworks.

SHY Design Studio

SHY Design Studio balances art and design to create collectible furniture and interior products made from natural and sustainable materials.

Ellen Martin

With a focus on hand-drawn and collaged patterns, textile designer/maker Ellen Martin captures details observed in her surroundings.

Jan Bowman

Challenging the conventional boundaries of weaving, Jan Bowman uses natural and man-made materials to make spatial divides, hangings, panels and sculptures which are a woven

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Art & Travel
Artmag writers travel the world to create handy guides to the best galleries and museums in all the top cities and regions – for art-lovers who love to travel.
The Astrup Fearnley Museum in Oslo is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. Image Einar Aslaksen © Astrup Fearnley Museet

Where Art & Travel Come Together

Love art? Love travel? Then you’ll love, your guide to 600+ galleries in 70+ cities in 20+ countries – and counting!

Radiating onto Augustusplatz, the Gewandhaus Hall’s vast interior mural, 'Gesang vom Leben' (Song of Life) by painter Sighard Gille is the largest contemporary painting of its kind in Europe. Image Punctum / Leipzig Travel.

Absolute Classic

Few places can rival Leipzig in eastern Germany for the title of Europe’s ‘City of Music’.

Francis Bacon’s studio in the Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, Photo: Perry Ogden Collection © The Estate of Francis Bacon. All rights reserved, DACS

Works in progress

From the 9th century Book of Kells to a Turner prize-winner*, art in Dublin continues to impress.

Work by the British abstract painter Sandra Blow (1925-2006)

Be an Artful Lodger

After a day of gallery-hopping, you can continue your art experience at some of London’s top residences.

The Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson showed a representation of the sun in the Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall in his 2003-04 exhibition The Weather Project. Photo- Tate Photography © Olafur Eliasson

Bright Future

Exhibitions dedicated to Artemisia Gentileschi, the Impressionists, J.M.W. Turner, Andy Warhol, Bruce Nauman and others put a shine on the London gallery scene.

Art Books
We suggest titles for your very own art library with reviews of the latest releases from the niche to the grand, prestigious coffee table versions, covering all aspects of international art, craft and design.

The Graphic Design Sourcebook

Graphic design surrounds us wherever we go and has done ever since printing was invented. Yet graphics have mostly been ignored as an art form.

Monet: The Restless Vision

Named Art Book of the Year by The Times, thisnew biography of the founder of Impressionism traces how, over the course of a long and exceptionally creative life, Claude Monet revolutionised painting and made some of the most iconic images in western art.

Chasing Beauty: The Life of Isabella Stewart Gardner

Creator of the eponymous art museum in Boston (and scene of the most notorious – and unsolved – art thefts in history), Gardner was an ambitious and innovative American original, a complex and singular woman of grit and self-invention whose own life was remade through art.

Discovering Degas

The first Impressionist exhibition in Paris, in 1874, shocked the art world with a radical new style of painting focused on how light, colour and shape constantly change.

Sofonisba Anguissola

Part of the Illuminating Women Artists series, this biography sheds new light on the Renaissance painter, one of the first women European artists to establish an international reputation during her lifetime.

Caspar David Friedrich: Infinite Landscapes

Marking the 250th anniversary of the painter’s birth, this luxurious exhibition catalogue offers glimpses into the mystery of Friedrich’s largely posthumous popularity as well as the latest research into his training and techniques.

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Velvet Easel Gallery, Artist, Garry Harper

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