Gen Harrison & Chris Sleath

Upright Gallery, Edinburgh: Dialect

24 Oct – 15 Nov

An intriguing exhibition of works by Gen Harrison and Chris Sleath, who have interpreted the writings of writer Ray French through the medium of letterpress, in collaboration with the sound-artist Zoë Irvine.

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Tommy Ga-Ken Wan ‘Alan Cumming’

Scottish Portrait Awards 2019

2 Nov – 24 May

The Scottish Portrait Awards are a major event in the Scottish visual art calendar, with nominees’ announcements on 31st October and 1st November, and the winners to be announced at a special event in Edinburgh on 13th November. The exhibition begins in Edinburgh on 2nd November, visiting Glasgow and Kirkcudbright over the following months.

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Angela Gilmore - Foreboding

Edinburgh Printmakers: Mouth of a Shark, Transparency

19 Oct – 5 Jan

Two new displays begin on 19th October at Edinburgh Printmakers: Mouth of a Shark is a collaboration of printmakers on the theme of displacement, and in Transparency two Glasgow artists join forces to respond to the building’s history, bringing it together with Scotland’s colonial past.

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Rosemary Graham

Lillie Art Gallery, Glasgow: Glasgow Society of Women Artists

Until 31 Oct

The long-established Glasgow Society of Women Artists’ holds its annual exhibition at the Lillie Art Gallery, Milngavie, showcasing the work of exceptional women artists, in myriad genres and styles including original painting, printmaking, photography, jewellery, textiles, ceramics and sculpture.

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A Passion For Oberammergau

Rarely can such a small town (population around 5,500) have captured the world’s attention like Oberammergau in the Bavarian Alps, where every ten years an extraordinary piece of religious pageantry draws visitors from around the globe. Oberammergau (Ober = Upper, Ammer = water, Gau = district) is a pretty cluster of giftshop–lined streets which thrive

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“The World’s Stage”

“Welcome to Salzburg, birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.” The flight attendant’s announcement left no doubt as to whose town this was, as the aircraft touched down on an emerald green plain (an ancient lake bed) dotted with cuckoo clock chalets and cradled by a shark’s jaw of jagged Alpine peaks. Mozart’s name runs through Salzburg’s

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Sweet 16 in Paris – All the top art venues in the city of light

The brainchild of Bernard Arnault, chairman of the luxury brand conglomerate LVMH (Louis Vuitton, Dior, Sephora, Dom Perignon, Givenchy et al) and France’s wealthiest man, the Louis Vuitton Foundation seems to float like a giant, glass-sailed regatta on its cascading basin of water on the edge of Bois de Boulogne. Louis Vuitton Foundation A 21st

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