Art

Spotlight On: Art Nouveau

This week, contributor Allison Pan takes a deep dive into a style that has captured her attention of late – Art Nouveau.   Most art students and enthusiasts would not be unfamiliar with the movement known as Art Nouveau. It is not...

Julijonas Urbonas, Planet of the People

The Lithuanian artist Julijonas Urbonas is no stranger to controversial art projects. In 2010 he created the now notorious Euthanasia Coaster, a hypothetical roller coaster that was designed to deliberately kill its passengers. The single-seated...

Paradigm Lux at Tent Gallery

The first collaborative exhibition of Tim Betton and Louis Lisle took place at the Tent Gallery in Evolution House this week. Both artists are fourth year painting students at Edinburgh College of Art and their immersive exhibition, Paradigm Lux,...

Paula Rego: Obedience and Defiance at Modern Two

The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art praises Dame Paula Rego as “one of the most important artists living in Britain today”. The current exhibition ‘Obedience and Defiance’, open until the 19th of April 2020, invites visitors to get...

The Museum Without a Home at Chrystal Macmillan

The Museum Without A Home: An Exhibition of Hospitality at the Chrystal Macmillan, conceived and curated by Oxfam, Amnesty International and Student Action for Refugees, seeks to celebrate small acts of kindness which have a big impact on the lives...

Belonging: Lost Voices at Coburg House

Hussain Akrad’s art presents a shattered impression of humanity, combining a lurid, dream-like sense of displacement with vividly focused images of a harsh and destructed reality. Currently displayed at Coburg House is his latest collection –...

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