English artist Tracey Emin’s first show in Scotland for fourteen years is I Lay Here For You, at Jupiter Artland in West Lothian, featuring a giant female bronze figure, and described as ‘an intimate encounter with love and hope’.
Gallery Heinzel in Aberdeen is launching its three-month Summer Exhibition, featuring over 170 artworks submitted by artists from all over Scotland.
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.
Annalisa Merrilees & Debbie Mountain: Overlap at Upright Gallery in Edinburgh showcases two artists with an interest in abstract painting which features repetition and the ‘push/pull’ of control and chance.
Group 13: How Do You Feel? at the Maclaurin Art Gallery in Ayr features recent work by thirteen well-known artists and their friends, with each picture accompanied by a haiku.
Maisie & Mac in Cupar has a double showcase of local artists, featuring Aileen Clarke’s abstract seascapes in wool and felting, and Jonathan Dowling’s highly detailed graphite drawings.
Dunbar’s Town House Museum & Gallery is showing an exhibition by Edinburgh-based environmental artist Natalie Taylor, who is shedding light on the neglected benefits of soil.
Glasgow’s The Alchemy Experiment is hosting Return, Remake, React – a group show by five Silversmithing and Jewellery artists-in-residence at the city’s School of Art.
There is a showcase of two members of the Society of Wildlife Artists at the Donald Watson Gallery of the Scottish Ornithologists’ Club in Aberlady: Kittie Jones and Wynona Legg.
Glasgow School of Art (GSA’s) annual undergraduate Degree Shows feature work from graduating students across its various Schools of art, architecture, innovation and more.
Tatha Gallery in Newport-on-Tay’s latest exhibition, ‘On Time’, brings together Delia Baillie, Louise Ritchie and Georgia Rose Murray, showcasing the three artists’ considered approach to the medium of paint.
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.
Wood & Wool offers hand-crafted interior design and artefacts from its mill studio in Aberdeenshire, inspired by the imaginative fusion of materials.
Review: The Beacon Arts Centre in Greenock is mounting an exhibition by Susan Harvey, who grew up in the town and went on to enjoy a distinguished career in art, design and education.
Gallery Heinzel in Aberdeen has put together a short-lived Spring Collection, which will be followed on 28th May by a three-month Summer Exhibition.
After two years of virtual degree shows, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design is to welcome back visitors in-person to its showcase of work by graduating students.
‘STATUS need a world interlude’ is a group show at The Modern Institute’s Aird’s Lane exhibition space in Glasgow, featuring works by Jim Lambie, Eva Rothschild, Sue Tompkins, and Michael Wilkinson.
Edinburgh’s Art & Craft Collective is showing a vibrant and colour-filled exhibition by painter Deborah Fallas.
Scottish Potters Association: Stories at the Barony Centre in West Kilbride features ceramic work for sale by some fifty members using different methods in a variety of materials.
Drawing at Fidra Fine Art in Gullane features twenty rarely-seen drawings by the influential Scottish artist and teacher Neil Dallas Brown (1938-2003).
Jenny Haytch’s solo exhibition at Glasgow’s Alchemy Experiment is a playful and interactive exhibit about making decisions with the help of inanimate objects.
The featured artist for May at Larks Gallery in Ballater in Aberdeenshire is Dot Walker.
Aberfeldy’s Watermill Gallery is hosting BREATHE – a solo exhibition of new work by exciting young Scottish talent Charlie Yates.