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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…

Family ties:

Artwork of the week: ‘Doris Zinkeisen’ (1929) analysed by her great-granddaughter The image I have in mind when I think about this painting is a recurring one of my mother…

Bright Shadows: Scottish Art in the 1920s

Coming back with their first exhibition after lockdown, the City Art Centre offers a retrospective on the Scottish art scene in the 1920s. The exhibition mostly includes artworks part of…

Scottish National Gallery Highlights Tour – February 2019

Despite being a self-confessed art addict, I am always a little dubious about gallery tours due to my ridiculously short attention span. However, last month’s tour at the Scottish National…

Exploring East Asia, National Museum of Scotland

On 8 February 2019, the National Museum of Scotland opened Exploring East Asia gallery— a significantly diverse space which demonstrates three major cultures in East Asia: China, Japan, and Korea.…

369 Remembered – The Women, Summerhall

Either the art world is facing a crisis, or it has been in crisis for a fairly long time and we have just started talking about it. Every year from…

RSA: New Contemporaries

Royal Scottish Academy, Until 31st March Calling a show New Contemporaries might be taken to be a slight contradiction in terms, but the show truly does seem to be an…

W Gordon Smith Award

Dovecot Studios: Until January 30th The W Gordon Smith Award is a Scottish painting award beginning its inaugural year. The competition was established to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the…