Art

Jo Tomlinson’s Somatic Grip

For an exhibition entitled Somatic Grip, there is very little materiality in the two rooms hosting Jo Tomlinson’s solo exhibition at the Patriothall Gallery. The word ‘somatic’ is defined as ‘relating to the body, especially as...

New Edition at Edinburgh Printmakers

In a small, unassuming attic at the Edinburgh Printmakers lives the vibrant New Edition exhibition curated by Sarah Lowndes. Whilst radiating modernity, there is a paradox between the modern subject matter and the traditional process of printmaking....

Add it up at Fruitmarket Gallery

Burnt out cigarettes hang suspended on a cable perfectly taut, stretching from one end of the room to another. A delicate membrane undulates across the gallery wall, its cells a brickwork of white rolling papers – the work aptly named ‘Skin’...

After School Activities

After School Activities was the playfully named intermedia exhibition showcasing the work of Edinburgh College of Art (ECA) fourth year students Katie Dibb, Amelia Tan, and Bethany Wood. The exhibition has a very cohesive feeling, with common themes...

Ed Ruscha’s American Dream

This iconic exhibition by pop artist Ed Ruscha imparts an unfamiliar feeling of nostalgia and does not fail to impress. Edinburgh’s Modern One has recently acquired a collection of photographs and paintings focused mainly on Ruscha’s time in Los...

The Grey People – Exhibition One

The Grey People’s inaugural annual exhibition brings together a cross-fertilisation of many different artistic and intellectual disciplines, forming a melting pot of inspirational art and even more inspiring creators. Transcending the boundaries...

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