Art

5 4 3 2 1: MA Fine Art Exhibition, ECA

This year the Edinburgh College of Art (ECA) not only celebrates the opening of its entire site but also celebrates experimentation with project spaces and buzzing pop up exhibitions throughout the college. One such show is curated by students of...

Borderlines, Talbot Rice Gallery

Borderlines is a politically driven, mixed-media exhibition in The Talbot Rice Gallery, curated by its director, Tessa Giblin. It includes a variety of curiosities, such as giant sugar cubes, framed photos of Irish country roads, and Mediterranean...

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. As geographically close neighbours, China,...

Hymn to the Muses

Aayushi Gupta’s Hymn to the Muses exhibition presents photographic depictions of the nine muses of Greek mythology, said to be the source of artistic inspiration and the bearers of the knowledge represented in poetry, song, and myth. The...

Robert Blomfield: Edinburgh Street Photography

There is something unavoidably alluring about amateur photography. Is it the eye of the photographer, or is it the photographic eye of an ordinary observer? A camera picked up unintentionally to steal stories from the everyday of society –...

BP Portrait Award 2018, Scottish Portrait Gallery

This month, up until 10 March, the Scottish National Portrait gallery is hosting the BP Portrait Award. Originally organized by London’s National Portrait Gallery and already running for the 39th year in a row, this competition aims to encourage...

The Student Newspaper 2016