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My Favourite Scottish Work of Art: Andrew O'Hagan

By Andrew O'Hagan, 26.11.2020
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Sir David WIlkie, The Blind Fiddler, 1806. Courtesy Tate.

The Glasgow-born author, Andrew O'Hagan, discusses his love of David Wilkie's history paintings depicting ordinary lives

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Tangled Intensities

By Greg Thomas, 24.11.2020
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Sara Barker, JOINT, 2020. Courtesy the artist and Cample Line. Photography by Mike Bolam.

Sara Barker’s new show sees the artist reducing the scale of her painted relief works to express the emotional and mental dimensions of domestic space

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Marchmont House Revisited

By Neil Cooper, 16.11.2020
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Detail from the music room at Marchmont House. Courtesy Marchmont House.

Neil Cooper interviews Marchmont House director Hugo Burge on the Palladian mansion's ongoing renaissance

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My Favourite Scottish Work of Art: Denise Mina

By Denise Mina, 12.11.2020
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Simon Starling, ‘At Twilight’, Exhibition at The Common Guild, Glasgow, 2 July – 4 September 2016. Commissioned by The Common Guild in collaboration with the Japan Society, New York. Courtesy of the artist and The Modern Institute/Toby Webster Ltd, Glasgow. Photographs by Ruth Clark.

The Scottish crime writer Denise Mina highlights the conceptual and ambitious work of GSA-trained, contemporary artist Simon Starling.

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New Acquisitions by Beatrice Huntington (1889-1988)

By Annabel Stansfeld, 11.11.2020
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Detail of Beatrice Huntington, The Cellist, c. 1925. The Fleming Collection © The William Syson Foundation.

Two artworks by the Scottish artist Beatrice Huntington (1889-1988) join the Fleming Collection, explored in-depth by independent curator Annabel Stansfeld

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Inverleith House reopens in full bloom with 'Florilegium: a Gathering of Flowers'

By Susan Mansfield, 26.10.2020
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'Florilegium: A gathering of flowers' installation shot. Image by Tom Nolan.

The exhibition is the first in a series of exhibitions created in partnership with the Serpentine Gallery, London

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