Edinburgh News: galleries
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".
The Sutton Gallery is a welcome and distinctive new addition to the row of art galleries up and down Dundas Street in Edinburgh’s New Town: Modern British and European art at affordable price
Kabuki: Japanese Theatre Prints is a new exhibition that opened at the National Museum of Scotland this weekend.
The National Museum of Scotland in Chambers Street has a excellent schedule of events and exhibitions happening this August, showing that it will be pa
“A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous." Coco Chanel
A major retrospective of Portraits by the legendary American photographer Man Ray has opened at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, running until 22nd September as part of the Edinburgh Art Festival, 2013.
This is a most valuable and inspiring retrospective which illustrates how artist Jamie Primrose has captured a changing sense of place on travels at home and abroad over the past ten years.
“It is the addition of strangeness to beauty which constitutes the romantic character in Art. “
- Walter Pater, Estonian exchange student, ECA.
Umbrellas may be ubiquitous (inside and out!) but bright things are ahead at Summerhall this Festival Fringe.
Treats lie in store for EIF-goers this year from Shakespeare's Coriolanus backed by Chinese heavy metal bands to a production of Hamlet that interacts with Richard Burton's 1964 Broadway version; f
A rare Japanese handscroll painting, dating back to the early 1700s, has been discovered in the special collections of Edinburgh’s Central Library