Reviews: Art

Phyllida Barlow: Set

The Fruitmarket Gallery’s spaces are hardly recognisable –stacked one on top of the other, merging into a surreal sculpture. Phyllida Barlow’s intention is to change our normal experience of this space. She ...

Charles Avery: The People and Things of Onomatopoeia

Charles Avery’s Onomatopoeia is a juxtaposition of drawings, sculpture, furniture and other artefacts, unfolding before us a fictional Island where the town of Onomatopoeia is located. The opulent fiction co...

Bailey’s Stardust

A retrospective exhibition of Bailey’s career, featuring some of the most celebrated and controversial people of the past five decades. Albeit, some are more beautiful than others: the Rolling Stones, Kate Moss...

Jim Lambie

Take a break from all that stand up and head down to the Fruitmarket Gallery where Frank Lambie’s vivid exhibition will confuse, disorientate and delight you. Its free, on all day, and includes his best work fr...

Exhibit B

Slavery, and by extension the treatment of Africans in general, can often be a taboo subject; it happened long ago and there are no traces of it in modern society, we’re told. Exhibit B tears down this fallacy ...

American Impressionism: A New Vision

“You must be right out under the sky…study the effects of light and shade on nature’s own hues and tints”. The words of William Merritt Chase, whose own work is heavily featured, succinctly capture the essence ...
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