The featured artist for July at Tighnabruaich Gallery is Beth Robertson Fiddes, one of Scotland’s most distinctive landscape painters.
Gesture – Expression in Modern Art at the Paisley Museum & Art Gallery showcases a selection of works from the museum’s collection, many of which have seldom been displayed, showing how 20th century artists departed from tradition, expressing ideas and feelings, rather than representing real life situations.
Jacqueline Donachie: Deep in the Heart of Your Brain at Glasgow’s Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA) explores disability, care and loss. Donachie’s first solo show at GoMA.
The Byre Theatre in St Andrews is presenting a lengthy exhibition by John Keane, whose work has always been concerned with conflict – military, political and social – in Britain and around the world, with subjects including Northern Ireland, Central America and the Middle East.
This year’s Edinburgh Festival exhibition at Gallery Ten is The Cathedral Collection, for which glass artists Philip Baldwin and Monica Guggisberg will create a series of contemplative concepts in one of Edinburgh’s finest ecclesiastical buildings.
The 13th edition of the Edinburgh Art Festival, the UK’s largest annual festival of visual art, this year comprises over 40 exhibitions in more than 30 museums, galleries and artist-run spaces across the city.
Frances Walker, considered one of Scotland’s finest living artists, has donated a series of paintings to the city of Dundee based on her trip to the Antarctic Peninsula.
The Summer Exhibition at the Whitehouse Gallery in Kirkcudbright features more artists than you can shake a paintbrush at.
The Hayloft Gallery in Paxton House near Berwick upon Tweed is showcasing Natasha Morton, who focuses on botanical paintings and still lifes in watercolour, acrylic and mixed media.
This year celebrating its 20th anniversary, North Ayrshire Open Art showcases work by artists living and working in Scotland, who are invited to submit two – and three-dimensional artworks.
Folk Tails at Woodend Barn Gallery in Banchory features Paul Barnes’ illustrative paintings, inspired by folklore and nature, portraying imagined creatures with human-like qualities and identities.
September 16 – August 28
The me Collectors Room Berlin is currently presenting a compact retrospective with 65 photographic works from almost every period of the American artist’s career. The exhibition: Cindy Sherman from the Olbricht Collection therefore provides a remarkable overview of the entire body of her work.