Art

Owen Normand: Moving On at St Margaret’s House

Last weekend St. Margaret’s House, a little-known and easily missed space for artists, presented Owen Normand’s latest exhibition Moving On. Normand’s work explores “the bittersweet awareness of impermanence”, and this particular...

The Power of Art: An Outsider’s Perspective

I am still able to remember my very first encounter with art when I was nine years old. The parents of my best friend took me with them to an exhibition of the artist Claude Monet in Wuppertal, Germany. Now, almost ten years later, I have to admit...

Cindy Sherman: Early Works at Stills Gallery

As you walk into Stills gallery, the white walls and natural light offer a minimalistic ambience that one would never normally associate with the loud and often gaudy works of Cindy Sherman. The intimate photography exhibition, however, hosts a...

Talbot Rice Gallery’s Late Night Opening

With the start of a new academic year the excitement of creative possibility buzzes around campus, and for those of us new to the city and so too for students already attuned to the frantic pace of Welcome Week the chance to gather together and...

The Italian Connection at City Art Centre

Consider visiting Edinburgh’s City Art Centre this week where The Italian Connection is being hosted to celebrate the creative link between Scotland and Italy. The exhibition has an impressive array of artwork ranging all the way from 1736 up to...

Donald Provan: Snowbound, Open Eye Gallery

Nestled in amongst the bustling streets of New Town, Open Eye Gallery presents a small exhibition of snowscapes from Edinburgh artist Donald Provan. The exhibition is situated in a large room of an old New Town house, equipped with a fireplace and...

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