Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern Two): Andy Warhol and Eduardo Paolozzi, ‘I Want to be a Machine’
Nov 17 – Jun 2 2019
The exhibition ‘I want to be a machine’ reveals how a fascination for machines and mechanical processes inspired the work of both Andy Warhol and Eduardo Paolozzi.
Until Jan 12
Clydebank Museum and Art Gallery is hosting a major exhibition of work by renowned artist Tom McKendrick.
Nov 10 – Dec 2
Prints by Janice Kerbel, a continuation of her live performance, ‘Sink’, will be exhibited at the Common Guild.
Until Dec 21
Andrew Cranston once described himself as a storyteller of sorts, though without a clear story to tell. He draws on a variety of sources including personal recollections.
Nov 3 – Jan 25 2019
The Affordable Christmas Art Exhibition at the Sproson Gallery will feature artworks (£49 – 850) by the gallery’s favourite artists.
Nov 1 – 15
‘Unknown’ is Alison Kinnaird’s response to the present state of conflict in so many parts of the world and the fact that we never seem to learn from the experiences of the past.
Jamie Balfour-Paul runs the humanitarian initiative Magic for Smiles based in Lebanon and will be giving a talk at the Nomads Tent about his work with refugee children and how important the power of his magic shows are to helping kids emotionally cope with their very tough stressful living conditions.
Until Nov 20
This exhibition explores the formative period of John Bellany’s life up until he left Scotland for the Royal College of Art in London and features life drawings and paintings, still life, portraits and figure compositions
Until Nov 12th
The Aberfeldy Gallery is presenting two of Scotland’s most distinguished artists in a joint exhibition.