Visual Arts Reviews
Until June 30 Review
Enigma Bodytech is a story about journeys, a subjective road trip to nowhere through time and space, meditating on the sights and sounds of energy within and without the body.
Until June 30 Review
‘Workers!’ by Petra Bauer returns to Collective as a widescreen film installation, almost floating within the darkened empty structure of its City Dome space, once used to observe the routine movement of the night sky.
Until 31 May Review
Abstract canvases in vital colours and textures in grid patterns, attempted in single sittings, comprise Annalisa Merrilees’ show at Edinburgh’s estimable Upright Gallery.
Until 1st June Review
Three contemporary Scottish-based painters offer their richly colourful responses to the world around them.
Until May 9 Review
The displayed works in Gallery TEN are moving in their gentle approach, almost perfectly arranged composition, and the frankness of their subjects.
From 27th April Review
Edinburgh Printmakers open the doors of their new home at Castle Mills, Fountainbridge, on Saturday 27th April – the culmination of a major renovation and relocation project to create a world-class creative space complete with new specially-commissioned works.
Until March 30 Review
Compass Gallery exhibits new paintings by the talented painter and printmaker Stuart Duffin RSA.
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 Jan 27 Review
The Center for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow is currently presenting a highly influential display of the innovative artist and screenwriter Ester Krumbachová, contextualizing her work into our contemporary reality by appealing to the transcendent and the essence of femininity.
Until Jan 13 2019 Review
This immersive exhibition by Elmgreen & Dragset will take you on a contemplative adventure exploring our society’s collective consciousness.
until Dec 22 Review
Glasgow’s Billcliffe Gallery showcases new works by the Scottish artist Glen Scouller.
Until Dec 22 Review
The first striking aspect of Pomeroy’s work derives from the apparent meticulously mapped out plans of his work and delicate execution with engineered precision.
Until Dec 1 Review
The Scottish Arts club is currently hosting the prestigious display of the Scottish Portraits Awards for 2018
Until Jan 05 Review
MAPFRE proves itself as an art institution of renowned international status with its current exhibition of the leading figure in the development of Spanish photography- Humberto Rivas.
Until Jan 13 Review
MAPFRE is hosting an impressive exhibition, whose scope encompasses an immense section of time, intertwining styles and outlooks of some of the greatest artists that ever lived.
Until Oct 27 Review
Calum McClure’s work delves into the profound and fluid exploration of natural and man-made surroundings, presented to the viewer in the form of elegantly abstract monotypes and silently contained oil paintings.