Review: Entering its 180th anniversary year, The Scottish Gallery in Edinburgh is mounting an exhibition by Cornish painter Geoff Uglow, plus work by a host of eminent modern Scottish painters.
Review: Mohammad Barrangi’s exhibition ‘Anything is Possible’ at Edinburgh Printmakers delivers on the promise of its title by guiding the viewer in a world of magic and fable.
Review: The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art unveils a world-class collection of artwork in ‘New Arrivals: from Salvador Dalí to Jenny Saville’.
Review: The Winter Exhibition at the Heriot Gallery is a masterly wonderland of artwork in cosy, nostalgic mood.
Review: Mixing It Up: Painting Today at London’s Hayward Gallery challenges the notion of painting itself, revealing unexpected connections and new thinking.
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: Turner Prize-winning artist Lubaina Himid has become a mainstay of British contemporary art, and the subject of a new exhibition at London’s Tate Modern.
Review: A peerless draughtsman, Albrecht Dürer was a widely-travelled documenter of contemporary European subjects in a time of plague; his journeys and legacy are examined at London’s National Gallery.
Review: In the Round is the first major exhibition in the UK of Angelica Mesiti, leading us on a journey linking the ancient and historical to the present-day.
Review: Sarah Knox’s Lost Worlds exhibition at Dawyck Botanic Garden is a tranquil journey around Scottish gardens, glens, islands and the seashore with illuminating, poetic vision.
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: Heriot Gallery in Edinburgh showcases the human form in art from the style of the Old Masters, to Photorealism.
Review: Clare Andrews’ exhibition at Linlithgow Burgh Halls features a selection of oil paintings from the Scotland and Brazil-based artist.
Review: Dovecot Studios in Edinburgh is hosting an exhibition by Kurt Jackson, highlighting the devastating effects of oceanic plastic pollution.
A Delicate Vision of Fragrant Roses and Femininity: Alison Watt at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery
Review: On show for the first time at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, leading Scottish contemporary painter Alison Watt’s response to celebrated 18th-century portrait artist Allan Ramsay.
Review ArtMag attends the launch of Acts of Observation at the Collective, a group exhibition challenging how disability is represented and discussed.
Review: Cool, contemporary Op Art with painterly playfulness and jazzy rhythm at Edinburgh’s Upright Gallery.
Review: Edinburgh’s Heriot Gallery presents ‘a fragrant and blossoming bouquet of artwork’.
Review: An enchanting collection of landscapes and figurative studies by London-based painter Freya Douglas-Morris is inspired by memories of people and journeys, colourfully tinted with emotional feelings and a rich cultural imagination.
Review: The Summer Exhibition by the Arion Art Group at The Life Room in Edinburgh features paintings, drawing, and prints in a wide range of influences, subjects and approaches, from figurative to abstract.
Review: Edinburgh City Art Centre’s major exhibition of Scottish artist and concrete-poet Ian Hamilton Finlay combines a maritime theme with his beloved classicism.
Review: A centenary tribute to the distinctive artistry, authentic vision and expressive voice of Joan Eardley at The Scottish Gallery, which represented her during her career.
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.