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Review: Art as Therapy

Written by founder of The School of Life, Alain de Botton, and British philosopher, John Armstrong, Art as Therapy promises its readers a deeply thought-provoking exploration of the healing power…

The art world’s anti-war message

Bob and Roberta Smith’s emphatic 1997 painting reads “MAKE ART NOT WAR.” But what about making art about war? With the wars and violence taking place across the world right…

Review: ‘Decades – The Art of Change’ at the Modern Two

To say the 20th Century saw immense changes in art would perhaps be an understatement. The Modern Two’s exhibition ‘Decades: The Art of Change’ transports us through the world of…

Robert and Robert

Known as ‘The Two Roberts’, Robert Colquhoun and Robert MacBryde were key figures in advancing Scottish modern art. Both grew up in rural Ayrshire to working-class families and met at…

Review: Lily Macrae Reverie

My 50-minute pilgrimage over to the & Gallery in New Town to see Lily Macrae’s Reverie collection was certainly worth it. After graduating from Edinburgh School of Art in 2016,…

Review: Celia Paul ‘Self-Portrait’

In a fusion of the pictorial and the prosaic, Celia Paul’s memoir Self-Portrait is a potently honest and personal read. Paul, a prolific artist, proclaims herself at the start as…