Review: A new film about English artist Eric Ravilious (1903 – 1942) is an insightful, balanced and ultimately touching portrait of a fascinating talent who has remained relatively unknown.
Catch up on all the latest exhibition reviews across the Scottish art scene and further afield.
Review: Gail Turpin: Nesting at Upright Gallery in Edinburgh, features a collection of closely-studied works in various media, showing the beautiful and complex homes of our feathered friends.
Review: Northumberland-based portrait painter Peter Hallam hosts a meeting, or symposium, of colourful and enigmatic characters at Edinburgh’s Heriot Gallery.
Review: A fascinating, nostalgic private collection of portraits and landscapes at Harvey & Woodd, Edinburgh, celebrates two distinctive artistic journeys, capturing the creative spirit of the age.
Review: Edinburgh’s Scottish Gallery is mounting a celebration during June of artist James Morrison, one of Britain’s finest landscape painters and one of the Gallery’s longest-serving exhibiting artists.
Review: Edinburgh College of Art is welcoming visitors to its annual showcase of work by graduating students, with a return of a full in-person exhibition in the Main Building on Lauriston Campus.
Review: Described as ‘an intimate encounter with love and hope’, English artist Tracey Emin’s first show in Scotland for fourteen years is I Lay Here For You, at Jupiter Artland near Edinburgh, featuring paintings, drawings and a giant female bronze figure.
Review: Colinton Arts in Edinburgh is showing an exhibition by two painters with the ability to transport the viewer to faraway places.
Review: The British Library’s exhibition ‘Breaking the News’ challenges how Britain consumes news media – and remakes it through public conversation – in a 500-year journey taking us via Oscar Wilde and Edward Snowden.
Review: Dulwich Picture Gallery’s current exhibition examines a previously-neglected theme: how windows frame – literally – the way women are seen in art, exploring voyeurism and female visibility in art from ancient civilisation to the present.
Review: Edinburgh’s Heriot Gallery is featuring Rory Macdonald’s uniquely surreal 21st-century take on the Old Master style of painting.
Review: The longest-running regular exhibition in Scotland, the RSA Annual, makes a welcome in-person return for its 196th outing, showcasing some of Scotland’s best art and architectural projects.
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: London’s Whitechapel Gallery is showing a comprehensive survey of the artist’s studio, across nationalities, genders, ethnicities, and media.
Review: The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art is hosting a retrospective of the fifty-year career of one of the defining figures of British modernism.
Review: An inspiring exhibition honouring Matilda Hall, whose passion for putting good art where people are, drove the development of the University of Stirling’s supreme collection.
Review: The fascinating story of cultural exchange between two empires – of the East and of the West – is told at The Queen’s Gallery at Buckingham Palace in London.
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: On show at The Scottish Gallery in Edinburgh during April, Helen Glassford’s exhibition of semi-abstract seascapes is based on her in-person encounters with the very edges of western Scotland.
Review: Glasgow’s cherished Burrell Collection has reopened, following a £68-million refurbishment and six-year closure.
Review: A dynamic showcase of modern Impressionist portraits by Ruaridh Crighton, Craig Jefferson & Anna Davies at Edinburgh’s Heriot Gallery.
Review: Billed as the most-visited immersive multi-sensory experience in the world, a spectacular walk-through installation based on the work of painter Vincent Van Gogh has arrived in Edinburgh.
Review: Commissioned by The Prince of Wales, Seven Portraits: Surviving the Holocaust at the Queen’s Gallery at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh pays tribute to seven Holocaust survivors.