Visual Arts News
May 20 & 29
Le Grand K commemorates the dematerialisation of several measurement units, most notably the redefinition of the Kilogram.
May 18 – Jun 15
Norman Gilbert’s work crosses boundaries and generations, and it naturally possesses humanity, interaction and authenticity.
May 10 – 31
Annalisa Merrilees’s paintings derive from an interest in the mental limits of the mind and the subsequent physical effects on it when pushed to the max.
May 18 – Oct 13
Drawn from 50 solo exhibitions, Victoria Crowe: 50 Years of Painting is the first major showcase of one of the UK’s leading artists.
May 11 – 28
The Scottish Society of Architect-Artists will exhibit the works of its members during the annual Spring Exhibition at the Glasgow Art Club.
Until May 25
Cample Line’s programme this spring brings together a wide range of stories about people and the objects, things and goods that define their lives, places, occupations, identities or legacies.
May 4 – June 15
The Whitehouse Gallery is hosting an exhibition exploring ‘A Sense of Place’ and what it means to the artists, with a range of landscape, still life and portraiture work.
Until May 12
Following the success of last year’s Glasgow Boys exhibition, A Brush with Colour at Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries features over 40 paintings by the group of 20th century artists known as the Edinburgh School.
Until May 4
Crowe’s portraiture records more than a sitter’s outward appearance, documenting through symbols the subject’s experiences, preoccupations, ideas and dreams.
Apr 26 – May 28
Gordon Mitchell returns to the Roger Billcliffe Gallery with an absolutely stunning collection of 37 new paintings shown in the exhibition Passing Fancies.
Apr 27 – June 1
Anna’s paintings are fragile yet powerful depictions of tough, raw scenes on the brink of disappearing. Lindsey focuses our attention on familiar scenes from urban life.