Mar 7 – 30
Stuart Duffin RE RSA SSA: If Angels Cast Shadows… Paintings, Etchings & Mezzotints at Compass Gallery features new works by an artist better known for his printmaking, but who for the last year has been concentrating on painting.
Until June 2 Review
‘I Want to Be a Machine\ features plenty of potent and important pieces by both Andy Warhol and his Scottish contemporary Eduardo Paolozzi.
Until Mar 17
The exhibition of works by Richard Demarco, entitled ‘Homage to Joseph Beuys’ focuses on the history of the Demarco Archive.
Until Mar 17
The first large scale display of photographs from Robert Blomfield’s private archive at the City Art Centre documents the dramatic shifts taking place in Scotland’s urban landscape during the 1960s.
Until Mar 14
Mladen Miljanovic’s first solo show in Scotland features a series of works created over the last ten years, including documentation, video and performance, as well as the world premiere of his new video piece, ‘Sounds of Homeland’.
Until Mar 30
The current exhibition at Eduardo Alessandro Studios shows John Bell’s work, offering a depth of subjects which demonstrate his passion for the great variety of textures, colours and locations found within his homeland.
Until Mar 23
Beyond the Pale: Zoe Childerley at Gracefield Arts Centre in Dumfries is a mixed media exhibition inspired by the artist walking the length of the Anglo-Scottish border.
The Folio Society and House of Illustration announced Marie-Alice Harel of Edinburgh the winner of the Annual Book Illustration Competition.
Until Apr 6
As part of Leith School of Art’s 30th Anniversary celebrations, the School is delighted to bring together work from artist and dedicated Leith School of Art student, Andrew Gilchrist.
Mar 2 – Apr 27
Glasgow based Jackie Henderson has been building her reputation over the years, and now has an extremely strong following. Her acrylic paintings, often featuring simplified scenes including birds and girls with stripey socks, focus on texture, form and colour.
Share in ArtMag’s exclusive insight into the preparations for Scotland + Venice 2019. Taking place at the idyllic Cove Park artists’ residency space, the Scotland + Venice Professional Development Programme trains 17 young creatives for their role in delivering Charlotte Prodger’s new work for the 58th Venice Biennale.
The Gallery Melrose will showcase the work of Helen Welsh at this year’s Borders Art Fair.