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Reduct at the Royal Scottish Academy

Open until 22nd November, but also viewable online, Reduct is the Royal Scottish Academy’s new exhibition highlighting abstraction and geometry in Scottish art. Its mission is to ‘examine the ways in which non-objective expression remains a compelling approach one hundred years after it was first taken up by the early avant-garde’. This exhibition certainly fulfils […]

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A first venture into the physical gallery space: Reviewing the NOW Series at the Modern One.

After what seems like an eternity, art galleries and viewing spaces are in a tentative stage of reopening. How does this look in Scotland? The National Gallery of Modern Art is asking patrons to book an hour slot ahead of time and adhere to mandatory mask guidelines. Interesting to note is the marked route through […]

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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 expression of new art. Without any clear theme or unifying element, it would be easy to feel lost in this amalgamation of contemporary art, but […]