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Thomas Joshua Cooper: At The World’s Edge

The air is fraught with freezing cold, the landscape desolate in American photographer Thomas Joshua Cooper’s Settling Freezing Fog, The Artic Ocean, Sea Ice, Sastrugi and Melt Lakes, The North…

Sekai Machache ‘The Divine Sky’

Sekai Machache’s exhibition The Divine Sky is hosted by Stills Gallery, a small exhibition space hidden amongst the shops and cafes on Cockburn Street, ideal to those who wouldn’t travel…

Frank Walter ‘Music of the Sphere’

In 1965 the eccentric and brilliant artist, writer, sculptor, and philosopher Frank Walter boarded a vessel departing from his homeland Antigua bound for England. Due to improper papers and a…

ISAAC JULIEN: Lessons of the Hour

National Gallery Scotland, Modern One. Until October 10th 2021 Fredrick Douglass asked: What is a slave to the fourth of July? The most photographed American in the 19th century, yet…

Karla Black at the Fruitmarket Gallery

Ethereal and suspended both in time and in the gallery space, Karla Black’s exhibition of abstract sculptures inaugurated the reopening of the Fruitmarket Gallery after almost two years of renovation…

Jock McFadyen: ‘Lost Boat Party’

My experience of Jock McFadyen: Lost Boat Party is one I will not quickly forget. I had the opportunity to walk through the gallery alone and the surprising pleasure to…

Review: Jonathan Owen at Ingleby Gallery

Edinburgh-based Jonathan Owen (b. 1973) exhibits for the third time at Ingleby Gallery this summer, after solo presentations in 2011 and 2014. Offering admission by appointment, the private Barony Street…

‘A People’s Archive of Sinking and Melting’: Making art Out of Climate Change

In conversation with James Clegg, assistant curator of Talbor Rice Gallery Like most Scottish galleries and museums, Talbot Rice Gallery is on the dawn of reopening after a year of…