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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,…

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…

Janet at the Ingleby Gallery

The Ingleby’s new exhibition of Caroline Walker is a great option for art-lovers who need to get away from their kitchen-table-desk setup, but who also need to find inspiration to…

TWENTY at Ingleby Gallery

Ringing a doorbell and being let in by a friendly individual is more of what someone could expect from a hospitable friend than an art gallery. This is New Town’s…

Jacob’s Ladder at Ingleby Gallery

A partly uncoiled measuring tape recording the ever-increasing distance between us and our lonely moon. A half-tonne rock rotating counter to Earth’s own axial spin that is the only truly…

And per se and: Part XXII Liliane Tomasko and Howard Hodgkin

And per se and returns to the Ingleby Gallery for its twenty-second edition, this time pairing Liliane Tomasko’s ‘some.day’ (2016), already familiar from the previous instalment of this ongoing series,…

and per se and: part XX – Celtic Head of a Man & Sean Scully

The Ingleby Gallery’s and per se and exhibition series seeks to directly present and juxtapose the works of various pairs of artists over a twelve month period, with a bi-weekly…

and per se and: Part XVIII – Alexander Calder and Peter Liversidge

The Ingleby Gallery’s endeavour of pairing the works by two artists – some of whom now sit comfortably within the canon of art history – is proving to be a…