Review: Fractured emotions and theatrical imagination were the lifeblood running through Pat Douthwaite’s unique, authentic style.
Catch up on all the latest exhibition reviews across the Scottish art scene and further afield.
Review: Lee Robertson’s online show is an inspired and affectionate depiction of her native cityscape.
Review: The Rafiki Gallery showcases Sam Macinnes’ debut show of zoomorphic caricatures of the rave scene.
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: Tatha Gallery’s antidote to shorter and darker days, emphasising positivity and inspiration.
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.
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: An innovative exhibition in an Edinburgh watchmaker’s shop brings together the work of thirteen local artists.
Review: &Gallery Edinburgh’s new exhibition is the first solo exhibition in Scotland by British artist Helen Booth, bringing together more than 25 pieces of recent work, featuring oils on canvas derived from a recent residency in Iceland.
Review: Aberdeen Art Fair this year is online, bringing together a range of art galleries and artists from across the country and beyond, in a collection of over 500 pieces of contemporary art, priced from only £50.
Review: Vibha Panjai fuses her Indian heritage with ancient folklore at Edinburgh’s Dundas Street Gallery.
Review: The revitalised Inverleith House at Edinburgh’s Royal Botanic Garden plays host to a truly international exhibition based on its RGBE Living Collection.
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: 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.
Review: Lachlan Goudie’s colourful story-book landscapes, inspired by classic fairy tales.
Review: A showcase of Steven Hood’s Sky- and Seascapes at Edinburgh’s Dundas Street Gallery.
Review: Edinburgh’s Torrance Gallery continues its 50th birthday year with a mixed exhibition featuring painters Shona Barr and Morag Muir.
Review: Iman Tajik’s ‘Where the Body Meets the Land’ forms part of Art Walk Porty’s All At Sea project, taking place over three weekends of diverse and enjoyable outdoor or online events.
Review: A showcase of Colin Maxwell-Bryce’s recent photographs and digitally-modified archival images at Edinburgh’s Dundas Street Gallery.
Review: London’s Tate Modern offers a contemporary take on the 20th century revolutionary American artist.
Review: Wild and atmospheric compositions on show at Dundas Street Gallery by South Queensferry-based land- and seascape painter Kirstin Heggie.
Review: After a lengthy wait, V&A Dundee has reopened with a major exhibition showcasing Mary Quant – the London-based designer who disrupted the fashion establishment and connected with energetic, youthful buyers of fashion by offering something fresh and fun, truly capturing the spirit of the time and starting a fashion revolution for a whole generation.
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.