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REVIEW: Shuvinai Ashoona: ‘When I Draw’

The surreal meets the everyday in Inuk artist Shuvinai Ashoona’s mesmerising pencil drawingsthat depict the meshing of mythology and modernity in her hometown of Kinngait, Canada.Fantastical, many-tentacled creatures exist in…

Sculptures on the seabed

Seabed trawling, or dredging, is the both extremely efficient and massively destructive practice of dragging weighted nets across marine beds to catch fish and marine life. Habitats can be instantly…

Review: To Burn, Forest, Fire at the Talbot Rice gallery

In the hushed, darkened room at Edinburgh’s Talbot Rice Gallery, a slender plinth sets the stage for the ceremonial sensory experience that is Katie Paterson’s immersive installation. To Burn, Forest,…

Warhol’s forgotten textiles at Dovecot Studios

ArtFacts.net uses data across different art institutions and the global art market to create a ranking of the most ‘successful’ artists in the world. Andy Warhol ranks first, his Marilyn…

Keith Haring for sale

At this point, I do not doubt most of you have encountered the work of Keith Haring in some capacity. His iconic style is instantly recognisable. The simplified cartoon-like form,…

REVIEW: Paolozzi at 100 at Modern Two

Eduardo Paolozzi was a Scottish-Italian artist and sculptor, pioneering pop art in the 1960s with a nuanced focus on the engagement and significance of machinery in art. The ‘Paolozzi at…

Review: Presenting: Charlotte Keates, Margaret R. Thompson and Frida Wannerberger

At the Arusha Gallery, Edinburgh, three artists open gateways into faraway worlds. The small, still gallery space transports viewers into strange and mystical dreamscapes, at once familiar yet undiscovered. The…

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…