27 Sep – 9 Nov
Two exhibitions go hand-in-hand at Edinburgh’s Fine Art Society: MODERN shows works by many major 20th-Century artists and designers, while ‘Then Till Now’ shows the gifted John Byrne’s paintings, drawings and prints, dating from the late 1960s right up to this year.
11 Oct – 1 Nov
Sopho Chkhikvadze’s exhibition showcases the work of a powerful and imaginative artist, with an international reputation, at Glasgow’s longest-established contemporary art gallery.
Towns across the southern Dutch province of Brabant, where Vincent Van Gogh was born, have joined forces in a new programme entitled Van Gogh Brabant to tell the story of his life from childhood to his artistic awakening, while a special exhibition sets out to dispel the image of Van Gogh as an anti-social, tortured
Until 11 Oct Review
A chance to view close-up Scottish-based artist Debbie Mountain’s highly-textured and intense, repeated patterns in bright oil, in her first solo exhibition at Edinburgh’s Upright Gallery.
Until Jan 12 Review
This major retrospective exhibition at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum brings together an impressive collection of McCartney’s work from her early days as a portrait photographer of musical icons to more intimate portraits of friends and family.
Wester Ross has a new cultural heritage hub. Formerly located in an old farm steading, the Gairloch Heritage Museum has relocated to a strikingly redeveloped former nuclear bunker opened by HRH The Princess Royal.
21st – 22nd Sep
A weekend promising an enormous range of exhibitions, events, workshops and music, hosted in homes, businesses and community spaces centred around Edinburgh’s Abbeyhill Colonies.
ORIENTATION Germany’s third largest after Berlin and Hamburg, Munich has been voted the one most Germans would prefer to live in. An extensive, Italian-influenced building programme led by King Ludwig I of Bavaria in the 19th century earned it the moniker of the “northernmost Italian city”. Post-was reconstruction has been aesthetically more successful than in
An all-day symposium on Scottish sculpture brings together several leading, influential figures in the imposing setting of Marchmont House in the Scottish Borders – a Grade A-listed Palladian mansion.
Until 2 Nov Review
Dovecot Studios and the Crafts Council bring the tapestries and design work for Grayson Perry’s ambitious architecture and tapestry project to Scotland for the first time.
13 Sep Review
A visit to Portobello’s Art Walk Porty on a Friday afternoon yields plenty to stimulate and enrich, with work by Alec Finlay and Jenny Cope the focus of attention.
From 7 Sep
Morningside Gallery, on Edinburgh’s south side, is hosting work by two accomplished landscape artists: Julian Mason is showing now, and from 4th October, Beth Robertson Fiddes is the featured artist of the Gallery’s Autumn Exhibition.
14 Sep – 26 Oct
Siobhan O’Hehir’s first solo show at the White Fox Gallery, in the heart of the sumptuous Scottish Borders, showcases her originality, authenticity and consistently flawless execution.