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Interrogating art and climate change

Within Edinburgh alone, there has been a collection of recent exhibitions focusing on the environment. The Talbot Rice Gallery has organised The Recent; The City Art Centre has presented Shifting…

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…

Review: Monarchs of the Glen: From Whisky to Wes Anderson at Doveot studios  

To commemorate 150 years since the death of Sir Edwin Landseer, Dovecot Studios is currently exhibiting Monarchs of the Glen: From Whisky to Wes Anderson. Curated by Christopher Baker, he…

Is AI art as human as it gets? 

As an artist myself, specifically one working toward a degree in design, the inner conflict of seeing and understanding the morality of Artificial Intelligence-produced work blooming into creative industries is…

Review: ‘Connecting Histories’ at the Royal Botanic Gardens

Beautiful, delicate, and painstakingly meticulous in their attention to detail, botanical illustrations occupy an oft-overlooked niche of art history because of their scientific function and enduringly traditional technique. ‘Connecting Histories,’…

Georgia O’Keefe: A Life Through Letters

“Dearest – Even my bones seem to cry for you.” The letters between Georgia O’Keeffe and Alfred Stiegltiz welcome the reader into a vivid documentation of their relationship. One of…

Review: ‘The Recent’ at the Talbot Rice Gallery

The Recent exhibition is a thought-provoking exploration of natural systems, ecology, and the impact of human activity on the environment. In a world where environmental concerns weigh heavily on our…

The Great Hall at the National Portrait Gallery

At the entrance of Edinburgh’s National Portrait Gallery, you are welcomed by one of the most iconic pieces of art showcased in the entire gallery, and it is found just…