Until 22 Mar Review
Now in its tenth year at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, the BP Portrait Award remains a high-point of the art calendar, offering insightful works that convey much about both artist and sitter.
6 – 29 Feb
John Inglis’ new, richly-coloured collages recall fragments of landscape and coast in his new show at Glasgow’s Compass Gallery.
16 – 25 Jan
Dubai’s arts centre Alserkal Avenue plays host to an exhibition and series of workshops presented by Highland Print Studio, Inverness, touring the Persian Gulf.
Jack Arts Scotland’s inaugural project is a 6-panel back-lit illuminated street display by city artist Thulani Rachia in Glasgow’s West Graham Street.
The Fraser Gallery in St Andrews has on display a new raft of colourful new work by the popular Dundee artist Francis Boag.
Until 1 Feb
The renowned Scottish artist J D Fergusson recorded his Bohemian days in Paris in sketches shown here in one of The Scottish Gallery’s current exhibitions.
1 – 31 Jan Review
Henry Vaughan’s bequest to the National Galleries of Scotland of J M W Turner’s exquisite watercolours bears repeated annual visits.
Until 18 Jan
Glasgow’s The Modern Institute hosts an exhibition drawing, painting and tapestry by American artist Matt Connors.
18 Jan – 22 Mar
Canadian printmaker Alexandra Haeseker’s installation of hyper-coloured, larger-than-life plants and insects, based on traditional natural history imagery, is a reminder of the bio-diversity around us that is under increasing threat from humanity.
15 – 18 Jan Review
A visually spectacular retelling of this well-known fairytale.
The imposing Palladian mansion Marchmont House is the setting for an all-day event taking an in-depth look at Arts and Crafts textiles, with the focus on the often-overlooked story of May Morris.
31 Jan – 8 Feb
An annual celebration of innovative visual theatre, puppetry and animated film, Manipulate 2020 features over 40 leading international and Scottish-based theatre artists and animators.
18 Jan – 8 Feb
Refurbished over December and new year, the Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts (RGI) Kelly Gallery is to re-open with a global exhibition highlighting the personal stories behind the international links enjoyed by Scotland’s contemporary art scene.
10 Jan – 2 Feb
With their abstract and pop-art influences, Michael Stubbs’ complex, multilayered paintings are the result of an involving technical process, and a comment on contemporary digital imagery.