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A Word to the Whys?

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Wyllieum, photo by David Barbour

The Wyllieum’s Director Will Cooper on Greenock’s new space devoted to the life and work of George Wyllie


A snapshot of V&A Dundee’s exhibition Photo City: How Images Shape the Urban World

By Jen McLaren, 16.05.2024
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Sohei Nishino, ‘Diorama Map, Dundee’ (2024), Inkjet print of original contact print collage

Photo City: How Images Shape the Urban World brings together iconic images from the V&A’s collections as well as works by contemporary photographers, architects and digital artists to explore how photography and cities have influenced each other. Jen McLaren selects five highlights from the exhibition.


Alexander Moffat at 80

By Susan Mansfield, 03.05.2024
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Sandy Moffat photographed by Ian Moir.

Having spent 60 years as a painter, teacher and chronicler of Scotland’s cultural history, Alexander Moffat is showing no signs of slowing down. Susan Mansfield meets the artist during the run of his 80th birthday exhibition in Dunfermline to find out what’s next.


Interview: Martin Boyce

By Susan Mansfield, 23.04.2024
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Portrait of Martin Boyce, image courtesy of the Fruitmarket Gallery

Martin Boyce, who first exhibited at the Frtuitmarket in 1999 ,  makes his return for its 50th anniversary programme, bringing works that have been shown in galleries across the world over the last 30 years to his home turf. Susan Mansfield meets the artist.


Charlene Scott awarded The Fleming-Wyfold Art Foundation New Contemporaries Award

By Jen McLaren, 19.04.2024
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Looking For Piero, 2024, paper and natural plant pigment on paper, image courtesy of the artist

The winner of the Fleming-Wyfold Art Foundation 2024 New Contemporaries Award has been announced as Charlene Scott, a graduate of Edinburgh College of Art.


The Participation Art Event 1973: Provocation or Prophecy?

By Neil Cooper, 17.04.2024
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Photograph ©️John Dugger Archive courtesy England & Co

Neil Cooper meets Lynn MacRitchie, the artist behind one of Scotland’s lesser-known avant-garde happenings.