Review: Edinburgh International Festival’s warm welcome back to the performing arts continues with Neu! Reekie! for a night of poetry, film and banter, rounded-off by a set by Scottish pop music royalty Edwyn Collins.
Review: Whitechapel Gallery is showing the largest exhibition yet of painter Eileen Agar, articulating the crucial role that she played in the development of European twentieth-century culture.
Art in the Garden 2021 at New Hopetoun Gardens in West Lothian features original outdoor art installed in twenty display gardens throughout July and August.
Review: The artistic, design and cultural achievements of one of the world’s greatest historic civilisations are brought to a modern audience at the V&A London’s ‘Epic Iran’ exhibition.
Review: Two large-scale pieces at The Pipe Factory in Glasgow’s Barras by internationally-exhibited Brazilian artist Ana Mazzei are her first at a UK public institution, and a highlight of Glasgow International Festival.
Review: An inclusive exhibition and events space and coffee house, The Alchemy Experiment is open and hosting art exhibitions, providing a platform for artists and creatives to exhibit their work.
Review: An exhibition at London’s V&A looks at how Lewis Carroll’s ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ critiques (and copes) with the Victorians’ changing cultural, political, and industrial context.
Review: British-Ghanaian artist Lynette Yiadom-Boakye’s impressive retrospective at Tate Britain represents real shades of identity through fiction.
Review: ‘Upside Down Mimi’ is Scottish artist Rachel Maclean’s first foray into animation and large-scale sculpture, set in the beautiful grounds of Jupiter Artland.
Review: A return to home turf for Glasgow artist Jim Lambie, having mounted major exhibitions of his work across the world in recent years.
Review: Reclaiming the Body is currently showing at VOMA, the Virtual Online Museum of Art, which launched last year, claiming to be the first entirely online art museum.
Review: In an online discussion hosted by The Victoria and Albert Museum in London, author Dr. Priya Atwal examines the often-overlooked Sikh Empire (1799-1849).
Review: The 195th Annual Exhibition of the Royal Scottish Academy is available to view entirely online: Artmag picks seven highlights from a showcase of around 600 works.
Review: A recent online discussion about the life and work of photographer Robert Blomfield, lead by members of his family, is a revealing, touching and affectionate tribute.
Review: Available to view until 6th February, Celtic Connections’ Transatlantic Sessions are a long-standing high point of Glasgow’s folk and roots music festival – this year online, but the performances nonetheless sparkling.
Review: A thought-provoking and challenging collection of moving-image works, available to watch online via LUX Scotland’s website.
Review: Lee Robertson’s online show is an inspired and affectionate depiction of her native cityscape.
Review: Tatha Gallery’s antidote to shorter and darker days, emphasising positivity and inspiration.
Review: Projected to re-open 11th December, Glasgow’s The Tramway will continue to host Traveller, the first exhibition in the UK by Sri Lanka-born, Canada-based multi-disciplinary artist Rajni Perera.
Review: Over a 50-year career, Ray Harryhausen’s mastery of cinematic special effects made him the leader in his field, with leading directors all owing a debt as a formative influence.
Review: Now extended into the new year, a retrospective exhibition of print work by the celebrated Scottish playwright, writer and artist who turned 80 this year.
The Edinburgh-based Nomads Tent is hosting an evening of traditional Iranian music featuring a trio of musicians who met during the Musicians in Exile project.
Jul 12 – Aug 4
Alpha Art Gallery is presenting an exhibition of new original works by Ron Lawson, including watercolour and gouache paintings.
12 Jul – 9 Sep
Milton Art Gallery is delighted to present Harris, an exhibition of new works by Kanita Sim.