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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…

Doodling with Intent Jo Ganter RSA, The Upright Gallery

The everyday discourse surrounding art states that art should be meaningful. But where does that place the underrated and idleness of doodling? Jo Ganter visits this concept in her exhibition…

Scottish Women Artists: 250 Years of Challenging Perception

With a particular focus on themes such as identity, exterior and interior lives, this exhibition strives to illuminate the work of female Scottish artists, often dismissed, who played a significant…

Ruth Corbett & Daniel Roy Sharples at The Torrance Gallery

The Torrance Gallery’s latest exhibit explores a method of painting, ‘en plein air,’ which comprises an artist painting a landscape outdoors. The gallery highlights two versatile artists, Daniel Roy Sharples…

Grayson Perry Smash Hits

Despite having not previously visited the National Galleries of Scotland and arriving in Edinburgh a little over a week ago, I could not avoid this exhibition. Initially expecting a chronological…

Review: Circular Seas at Summerhall

Circular Seas is a collection of works by artist Jamie Johnson. Taking inspiration from urban green spaces and his residency at Cove Park, Johnson created these works in reflection of…

Review: Young Edinburgh Artists

The dark and long days of January have been brightened considerably by the brilliant white wall of the White Space Gallery and the plethora of artwork that was curated by…

University hosts Lord Byron exhibition

The University of Edinburgh is currently displaying an invaluable collection of Lord Byron’s personal effects as part of their ongoing exhibition titled ‘Edina/Athena: The Greek Revolution and the Athens of…