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Review: Elaine Speirs’ Disquiet Beauty

To escape both the library and the bad weather; I thought I would change things up by heading over to New Town to investigate the most recent showing at the…

Jyll Bradley-Pardes: A Review

As an oil painter almost invariably restricted to the two-dimensional plane, I generally operate on a different frequency from the world of large-scale installation and sculpture. So, when I heard…

New Arrivals From Salvador Dalí to Jenny Saville

The (free!) exhibition that opened at the Scottish National Gallery Modern One this weekend displays their newest acquisitions spanning 110 years, hence the title New Arrivals: From Salvador Dali to…

The harmony and cacophony of ‘In the Round’

Sofia Cotrona reviews Talbot Rice Gallery’s new solo exhibition by Angelica Mesiti Talbot Rice Gallery welcomes the first major UK exhibition of artist Angelica Mesiti, In the Round. It is…

Moyna Flannigan’s ‘Matter’

The magic of an art exhibition is that it is like a gig, only you control how long the set lasts. The artist relinquishes control once the artwork is completed,…

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…

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…