Edinburgh News: galleries
The Roamin Nose on Eyre Place looks a little different at the moment – inside, at least.
It was exactly a year ago this week when Jamie Primrose staged his 10th Anniversary exhibition entitled Reflections on a City.
Edinburgh has been fortunate that Stan Douglas was able to introduce the exhibition of some of his work at The Fruitmarket Gallery (running til 15 February).
The exhibition in the National Library of Scotland on George IV Bridge, tells the personal stories of the First World War and it does so extremely well.
A moving, new exhibition opening today at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery brings home the tragedy of World War One, one hundred years to the day since hostilities broke out with Germany.
Macmillan Cancer Support’s annual art exhibition has grown over 12 years to become a much anticipated event on Edinburgh’s calendar.
The National Galleries of Scotland launched its largest exhibition to date this summer with the opening of GENERATION (28 June 2014 to 25 January 2015),
The City Art Centre has acquired a "major new painting" through the Art Fund and Barns-Graham Charitable Trust by the late Scottish artist Wilhelmina Barns-Graham (1
Impressario and local ambassador for the arts Professor Richard Demarco was the seventh person to be honoured with the Edinburgh Award at City Chambers tonight.
The Edinburgh Art Festival today launched its programme for 2014, the 11th festival to date.
Edinburgh's St Andrew Square has been carpeted in light orbs as part of a new contemporary exhibition entitled Field of Light.
Impressario, art advocate, co-founder of Edinburgh’s Traverse Theatre, entrepreneur, activist. Richard Demarco has been called many things.
This new unique exhibition opened at The Queens Gallery Palace of Holyrood last weekend (runs til 2 March 2014) it is a selection from the Royal Collection curated by Kate Heard.
Last month Sutton Gallery showed an exhibition of exciting paintings by Philip Maltman - a distinctive change from familiar contemporary Scottish artists shown up and down Dundas Street.
2013 has been a significant year for Jamie Primrose with not just one, but two retrospective exhibitions.
Bourgeois’s work has strong autobiographical concerns and many of her works are drawn from memories of her complex recollections of her parents.
After a career as a singer and musician, a few years ago Colm O’Brien returned to establish his artistic talent as a landscape painter.
"Making money is art and working is art and good business is the best art".