Review Edinburgh Gallery Society launches its latest, and biggest yet, public art exhibition for one week only. Artmag went along to the opening at Edinburgh Palette.
Review Internationally-renowned artist Katie Paterson launches her most recent artworks at Ingleby Gallery. ArtMag attended the first pouring of ‘Requiem’ – a glass urn filled with the dust of significant materials dating from pre-solar times through to the present day.
Review The first ten participants of Talbot Rice Residents programme return with a group exhibition showcasing their latest installations in video, sound, drawing, textiles and sculpture.
Review Dovecot Studios makes the historical connection between tapestry and modern wallpaper design in this comprehensive exhibition, charting the development and legacy of Morris & Co.
Review Now screening inside the City Dome at Collective, Cauleen Smith’s H-E-L-L-O is a short film from 2014 honouring the resilience of New Orleans’ musical culture following hurricane Katrina.
The Scottish premiere of H-E-L-L-O by the American born filmmaker and multimedia artist Cauleen Smith opens the 2022 programme at Collective in Edinburgh.
Review The Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour (RSW) 141st Annual Exhibition brings together the work of RSW members and other artists who responded to the call for open submissions. Artmag went to the launch.
Review: Edinburgh-based artist Moyna Flannigan offers her most recent series of artworks at Ingleby in Edinburgh. MATTER is her first solo exhibition with the gallery and explores further her exploration of working with collage elements.
Review ArtMag attends the launch of Acts of Observation at the Collective, a group exhibition challenging how disability is represented and discussed.
Review: The Royal Scottish National Orchestra returns to the Edinburgh International Festival with Richard Strauss’ comedic opera Ariadne auf Naxos.
Review: Edinburgh-based dance theatre company Curious Seed makes its Edinburgh International Festival debut with Field – Something for the Future Now. This durational and immersive outdoor experience of dance and movement is set in Holyrood Park.
Review: Dancemakers from around the world reflect on their home cities through film for the Dancing in the Streets series. Commissioned by and premiered at Edinburgh International Festival, with funding from the British Council.
Review: The Edinburgh International Festival continues with an inspiring weekend trilogy of traditional music concerts curated by Aidan O’Rourke.
Review: As part of the Edinburgh Art Festival, Collective has commissioned a new installation by artist and writer Alison Scott, who immersed herself in the history of weather prediction as part of an open-ended research-led project.
Review: As part of the 2021 Edinburgh Art Festival, Ingleby presents the first-ever exhibition of Frank Walter’s ‘spools’ series of artworks and a selection of carved wooden sculptures.
Review: Edinburgh’s Fruitmarket re-launches with a major new summer exhibition from Karla Black, whose site-specific works take over the entire gallery, now doubled in size after a £4.3million refurbishment and extension.
Review: Talbot Rice Gallery re-opens with a global collective exhibition from contemporary artists – ‘The Normal’ is a real-time curated exhibition and a fitting reflection on life during the pandemic.
Review: Joan Eardley & Catterline marks the re-opening of Modern One at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. It also celebrates the centenary year of one of Scotland’s favourite 20th Century artists, Joan Eardley
Review: Postponed last year due to Covid-19 restrictions, and online since February, there’s now an opportunity to see Kevin Harman’s monumental and inspiring large-scale works up close, at Ingleby Gallery Edinburgh.
Review: The Scottish Furniture Makers’ Association’s members’ exhibition, Adjust/Adapt, celebrates the Association’s 20th Anniversary online.
Review: Edinburgh City Art Centre’s new exhibition is the first in a series of four Jock McFadyen exhibitions planned for 2020/21, including future exhibitions at the city’s Dovecot Studios, the Royal Academy, London and The Lowry in Salford.
Review: EA Hornel: From Camera to Canvas is a collaboration between City Art Centre and National Trust for Scotland as part of the Morton Photography Project, supported by the Morton Charitable Trust. The exhibition is included in the Japan-UK Season of Culture 2019-2020.
Face-to-Face with 2020’s Stories, Portraits and Visions at Scottish National Portrait Gallery’s ‘You Are Here’
Review: The Scottish National Portrait Gallery is the latest (and last) of a phased re-opening of the National Galleries of Scotland buildings. To mark this, a new exhibition looks at how 2020 has shaped our lives.
Review: The City Art Centre re-opened on Saturday 12th September after a lockdown of six months. ArtMag went along to take a socially-distanced look at the new exhibitions.