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Jack Frame | Alpha Art

September 23 – October 23

Jack Frame’s current solo exhibition at Alpha Art is set to be as much of an event as last year’s sell out show.

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Breaking News | RSNO wins Latin Grammy nomination

The Royal Scottish National Orchestra has been nominated at the Latin Grammy Awards for Best Classical Album of the Year. The announcement on 21st September applauded RSNO for its recent recording of the orchestral works of German-born American composer Samuel Adler. José Serebrier Conducts Samuel Alder was the final recording made by the RSNO at

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The Lyceum Storms the Cultural Barricades

The Lyceum kicks off its autumn season with a barnstorming performance of John McGrath’s The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black Black Oil – an extraordinary tale of exploitation, conniving and brutality played out in scenes from Scottish history stretched out across the centuries. It gets a 10 day airing from this week with Dundee

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A Full Day of Chamber Music Across Scotland This Saturday

National Chamber Music Day is a fabulous free event that sees ensembles performing impromptu concerts in public spaces all across Scotland, engaging with a wide range of cultures and communities and exploring Scottish traditions in music and language. With 27 performances taking place in unusual locations from Ullapool to Galashiels, this ambitious programme is designed to get

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Music at the Museum | RSNO unleash the voice of an Angel at Kelvingrove.

    Internationally famous soprano Angel Blue drops by Kelvingrove Art Gallery to raise some baroque rafters in the company of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra this month. The lush interiors of the gallery make a magnificent backdrop for a special evening to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the museum’s refurb. Angel, who is the

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Aberdeen Art Fair

September 2 – 4

In its new home in the Aberdeen Beach Ballroom, the sixth Aberdeen Art Fair opened to great aplomb last night for a weekend of original and contemporary art! Appearing at the fair are works by celebrity artists, first time exhibitors and well-known North-East names.

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States of Time | The Fruitmarket Gallery

July 9 – October 23

States of Time at the Fruitmarket Gallery is a love letter to the medium of clay. Ortega, one of Mexico’s most important artists, creates seemingly impossible shapes out of clay and plays with our ideas and conceptions of elements, technology and the forces of nature.

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Jenny Matthews | Union Gallery

August 12 – September 12

The UNION Gallery had their first solo exhibition launch at their new premises on Drumsheugh Place this week, and what a strong first impression it was!

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Allure [frz. Stil, Eleganz] | C/O Berlin

May 28 – September 4

The C/O Berlin is currently hosting its first exhibition featuring works from the Susanne von Meiss Collection. The result is Allure – Berlin’s most important fashion photography exhibition of the season.

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Cindy Sherman | me Collectors Room Berlin

September 16 – August 28

The me Collectors Room Berlin is currently presenting a compact retrospective with 65 photographic works from almost every period of the American artist’s career. The exhibition: Cindy Sherman from the Olbricht Collection therefore provides a remarkable overview of the entire body of her work.

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Alan Davie | 108 Fine Art and Edinburgh Printmakers

Every now and again, you become obsessed with a painting. It will draw your attention and hold you transfixed. You will pore over the surface texture, scrutinise the brush strokes, feast on the colours. You will close your eyes and see it like it was hanging right in front of you.

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