Review: Specialising in contemporary Scottish artwork and sculpture, Graystone Gallery showcases four artists at its new home in Stockbridge, Edinburgh, who observe natural and urban environments with their own perspectives.
Catch up on all the latest exhibition reviews across the Scottish art scene and further afield.
Review: The 11th edition of Out of Sight Out of Mind at Summerhall, Edinburgh features paintings, sculptures and installations by over 200 people with experience of mental health issues.
Review: Over 130 artworks have taken up residence in National Galleries Scotland’s new Scottish Galleries, showcasing 150 years of Scotland’s art.
Review: Barbara Hepworth and Laura Knight were among the eminent members of the Women’s International Art Club (1898-1978), highlighted in an exhibition at London’s Ben Uri Gallery.
Review: The Scottish Glass Society’s annual exhibition, at Glasgow’s Trades House, sees 23 members present their interpretations of national icons, from places and people to feeling and things.
Review: With over 1,700 artworks on show, Paisley’s Big Art Show is the biggest visual art exhibition the town has yet staged.
Review: While primarily known as a painter, it is Sean Scully’s more recent sculptures which take the lead in his exhibition ‘Smaller than the Sky’ at Houghton Hall in King’s Lynn, Norfolk.
Review: Anna King and Janette Kerr form a contrasting, impressionistic vision of land and sea at Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh.
Review: An exhibition at London’s Tate Modern shows how two 20th-century artists – Hilma af Klint and Piet Mondrian – both arrived at abstraction through nature-study and spiritual beliefs.
Review: In South London Gallery’s current exhibition, thirteen Nigerian and Nigerian-British artists examine their immigration experiences through film, sound installations, and sculpture.
Review: The Scottish Gallery in Edinburgh is hosting an Edinburgh Art Festival exhibition looking at the life and work of Elizabeth Blackadder, whose legacy asserts her eminence as a leading Scottish artist.
Review: The Factory, a brand-new event space in Manchester, opened its doors last month with an immersive exhibition by Yayoi Kusama – one of the world’s most innovative artists.
Review: Marking the 10th anniversary of the death of the eminent artist John Bellany, a retrospective at Edinburgh’s Open Eye Gallery colourfully connects the Scottish and Italian worlds he captured in art.
Review: Lindsey Mendick’s exhibition at Jupiter Artland, Sh*tfaced, explores the dichotomy in her relationship with alcohol.
Review: At Glasgow Print Studio, Seher Shah’s first major solo exhibition in the UK brings together works on paper the artist has published with the Studio since 2014.
Review: Edinburgh’s Doubtfire Gallery is showing a joint exhibition by five contrasting artists, depicting their personal vision on a theme of flora, fauna and other wild things.
Review: As the revolutionary Little Black Dress approaches its centenary, the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh tracks its evolution, endless reworkings and continued cultural significance.
Review: This year at Maclaurin Gallery in Ayr, the Paisley Art Institute’s 134th Open Annual Exhibition covers a huge range of styles and media, with some 400 works on display.
Review: Previously the Glasgow Contemporary Art Fair, the newly-rebranded Reveal art fair has a new home at the SEC, with exhibitors from across the UK including art galleries, and professional and emerging artists, with prices from £50.
Review: Featuring print, textiles, video, sculpture and photography, Uprooted Visions at Edinburgh Printmakers is the culmination of a series of residencies by artists forced to leave their home countries.
Review: In her exhibition Tidal at &Gallery in Edinburgh, Lorraine Robson transforms the simple shape of seashells into fine sculptural art.
Review: Combining imagination with research, Morwenna Morrison’s exhibition at Arusha Gallery Edinburgh shows one way that contemporary art can be inspired by classic artistic genres.
Review: An exhibition at Glasgow art shop Cass Art showcases Renfrew-based artist Kyle McGhee’s latest drawings and paintings alongside his distinctive wall-mounted sculptures.
Review Collective presents the UK premiere of Smashing Monuments, a film reflecting on the monuments of Jakarta through the eyes of Indonesian artist collective ruangrupa.