1 Feb – 28 Mar
Marine Hugonnier explores the ‘journey’ of large-format jet-age travel posters from their early-1970’s photography, design and print, to their appearance on our mobile phones, examining what has changed about the images, and our perception of them.
Until 15 Feb
Best-known for her bronze outdoor sculptures, Elisabeth Frink was one of Britain’s most celebrated female modern sculptors, and an energetic, expressive artist. Gracefield’s show includes its own sculpture as well as drawings and prints on loan from the Tate’s collection.
18 Jan – 15 Feb
Tatha Gallery re-opens for 2018 with an energetic show showcasing last year’s BA Hons graduates from Dundee’s Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design.
Until 29 Mar
The Scottish Maritime Museum in Irvine showcases Katie Russell’s series of tapestry weavings, inspired by the Battle of Jutland – the greatest sea engagement of the First World War.
Until 22 Mar
The popular and prestigious BP Portrait Award returns to the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, showcasing all the prizewinners and a wide variety of outstanding entries.
This sweeping view shows MUCEM in the foreground with its footbridge to Fort St Jean, while the harbour entrance behind is overlooked by the Notre-Dame de la Garde basilica. Photo: Yoan Navarro France’s oldest city was born around 600BC as the Greek trading post of Massalia. Through the centuries it became a Roman city, an
With a prosperous and cultured air, the town of Lausanne on the Swiss shores of Lake Geneva is looking to its railway heritage to carry its art and cultural offer forward into the next decade.
1 – 31 Jan
Truly a gift that keeps on giving, Henry Vaughan’s bequest to the National Galleries of Scotland of J M W Turner’s exquisite watercolours continues to delight every January.
Until 31 May
On display for the first time in Scotland, American artist Hal Fischer’s annotated photographs of San Francisco’s 1970s gay male culture.
Home to the artist Picasso that called “the father of us all”, Aix-en-Province celebrates its famous son with a number of landmarks, while a clutch of art and craft museums makes the town a Provencal favourite of art-lovers. Aix town centre has changed little since Paul Cezanne last walked its streets over a century ago.
Until 24 Dec
Occupying five floors of a mid-19th century building in the heart of Glasgow’s art quarter, the Roger Billcliffe Gallery is Scotland’s largest private art gallery, with a varied and rewarding current line-up.
Until 8 Mar Review
Will Knight’s delicately-detailed architectural drawings and watercolours faithfully document the fabric of Edinburgh’s busy arts venue.
Until 23 Dec
Furniture, objects and paintings are all part of the mix in Greengallery’s Christmas exhibition, showcasing established and emerging artists.
30 Dec – 30 Jan
The Lower Galleries of the Royal Scottish Academy are the distinguished setting for the Open Annual Exhibition of the RSW, whose first incorporated display was in 1879.
Until 5 Jan
A diverse complement of internationally-acclaimed artists contributes to the Sproson Gallery’s winter group exhibition, each with a unique take on Scotland’s landscape: land, sea and sky.