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Fleming-Wyfold Foundation Award Winner Announced

By Susan Mansfield, 15.02.2020
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Emma-Louise Grady. Dystopia Metaphoria, 2019. Courtesy the artist.

A young artist who paints ambitious large-scale abstract works has been named as the winner of the 2020 Fleming-Wyfold Foundation Award.

 

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Lucy McKenzie: Pleasure’s Inaccuracies

By Neil Cooper, 11.02.2020
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Lucy McKenzie, Map with Shells, 2017. Courtesy the artist and Galerie Daniel Buchholz. Photo by Kristien Daem

Sudbury Town Tube Station in London is set to be the striking venue for a large scale public art commission of permanent and temporary works by Glasgow-born artist Lucy McKenzie.

 

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Our Top Picks for 2020

By Rachael Cloughton, 01.01.2020
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Iman Tajik, Can You Hear Me I, 2015 Ⓒ Iman Tajik

What we’re looking forward to in the year ahead…

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The Fruitmarket Gallery announces plans for reopening in 2020

By David Pollock, 19.12.2019
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Reaich and Hall visualisation of the new Fruitmarket building on Market Street. Courtesy Reiach and Hall Architects.

Edinburgh’s centrally-located contemporary art gallery the Fruitmarket has announced details of its planned reopening following an extensive refurbishment which will see the venue double in size to incorporate the footprint of the former nightclub premises next door.

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Turner Prize Split Four Ways

By James Knox, 04.12.2019
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Oscar Murillo, installation Turner Prize 2019 at Turner Contemporary. Photograph by David Levene

The four artists nominated for the 2019 Turner Prize, Oscar Murillo, Tai Shani, Lawrence Abu Hamdan and Helen Cammock, will share this year's award after forming a collective and asking the judges not to choose any of them as a single winner.

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Scottish Artists in an Age of Radical Change: 1945 to the 21st Century

By Bill Hare, 03.12.2019
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Eduardo Paolozzi, Newton Measuring the World, bronze Ⓒ Trustees of the Paolozzi Foundation, Licensed by DACS 2019

Art Historian Bill Hare reflects on compiling his new collection of essays and interviews written over the last 30 years, many published in The Fleming Collection’s Scottish Art News magazine.

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