Review: Two of Scotland’s most accomplished landscape artists, Sarah Anderson and Gill Knight, look at land and sea from shared, and contrasting, perspectives at Edinburgh’s Dundas Street Gallery.
An imaginative flight to 1960’s Africa is possible in the exhibition ‘Dar to Dunoon’, currently on show at Dunoon Burgh Hall, Argyll, showing works that have resided in rural Scotland for several decades.
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: An exhibition at London’s V&A looks at how Lewis Carroll’s ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ critiques (and copes) with the Victorians’ changing cultural, political, and industrial context.
Review: A centenary tribute to one of Scotland’s most-loved artists, through photographs, sketches and paintings at the Fine Art Society, Edinburgh.
Review: British-Ghanaian artist Lynette Yiadom-Boakye’s impressive retrospective at Tate Britain represents real shades of identity through fiction.
Review: ‘Views from a Sanctuary’ is the first showcase at Edinburgh’s &Gallery of Joan Doerr’s soulful, serene, meditative artwork.
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: ‘Upside Down Mimi’ is Scottish artist Rachel Maclean’s first foray into animation and large-scale sculpture, set in the beautiful grounds of Jupiter Artland.
Review: A return to home turf for Glasgow artist Jim Lambie, having mounted major exhibitions of his work across the world in recent years.
Review: Reclaiming the Body is currently showing at VOMA, the Virtual Online Museum of Art, which launched last year, claiming to be the first entirely online art museum.
Review: The 195th Annual Exhibition of the Royal Scottish Academy is available to view entirely online: Artmag picks seven highlights from a showcase of around 600 works.
Review: an exhibition of meticulous still-life paintings is being shown physically in Australia and simultaneously online via three Scottish galleries.
Review: The Scottish Furniture Makers’ Association’s members’ exhibition, Adjust/Adapt, celebrates the Association’s 20th Anniversary online.
Review: A 30-minute online tour of the first UK exhibition dedicated to the Italian Baroque artist Artemisia Gentileschi, offers a brief glimpse of artist and works.
Review: The range of four exhibitions this month at the Scottish Gallery in Edinburgh celebrates the birth of Spring.
Review: Fractured emotions and theatrical imagination were the lifeblood running through Pat Douthwaite’s unique, authentic style.
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: 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.