Art

Toulouse-Lautrec at Scottish National Gallery

Paris at the end of the 19th century was known as the ‘city of pleasure’ famed for its cabarets, cafés and dance halls. Montmartre was particularly full of these spots, which were also considered bohemian and intellectual. It is there where...

Street Hermit at Summerhall

Showing at Summerhall, Street Hermit is Graeme Todd’s long-awaited arrival back to Edinburgh since his last solo show in 2000 at the Edinburgh Fruitmarket Gallery. While including paintings from the artist’s ‘Street Hermit’ series which was...

Chronicles

Over the years people have created set ideas on the format of an exhibition; a one-way viewing perspective. The immersive experience that is Chronicles, put together as a collaboration between Project X Dance and the National Museum of Scotland,...

TWENTY at Ingleby Gallery

Ringing a doorbell and being let in by a friendly individual is more of what someone could expect from a hospitable friend than an art gallery. This is New Town’s Ingleby Gallery, recently opened as a celebration of 20 years exhibiting in...

Introducing: Mitch Griffiths

That shocked you, didn’t it?” The greeting of Althorp Estate’s tour-guide is not the welcome to a stately home you would expect. Whispers of disbelief are heard echoing across the marble as, in a blink, you are standing face to-face with what...

The Student Newspaper 2016