Thursday, 18 July 2013

Art to See: Scotland

From Death to Death and Other Small Tales  

From Death to Death and Other Small Tales at Scottish National Galleries

As I'm in Scotland for the Summer, I thought I'd give a round-up of some of the great art to see here in the coming months. With the Edinburgh Festival coming up in August there's always lots to see, If I was in Edinburgh I'd see....

      Marine Hugonnier<br />10 x 13 ft billboard installation      
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Billboard for Edinburgh: Marine Hugonnier {The sky the night we walked on the moon}
at Ingleby Gallery

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Peter Liversidge: doppelganger at Ingleby Gallery

Man Ray Portraits 

Man Ray Portraits at Scottish National Portrait Gallery

Leonardo Da Vinci, The Mechanics of Man at the Queen's Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse

Cairo to Constantinople at the Queen's Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse

Mary, Queen of Scots © Blairs Museum Trust
Mary Queen of Scots at National Museums Scotland

 Goldsworthy & Gallaccio & more outdoor sculpture at Jupiter Artland

Louise Bourgeois: I give everything away at Fruitmarket Gallery {from October 26th} in and around Edinburgh

& there's loads going on for the Edinburgh Art Festival, these are my picks to see: 
Artist Rugs & Dazzle jewellery showcase at Dovecot Studios    

Gabriel Orozco at Fruitmarket Gallery 

Elizabeth Blackadder: Works on Paper at The Scottish Gallery

James Lumsden: Chromatic Visions at Scottish Arts Club


Alberto Morrocco: Drawing on Life at Open Eye Gallery

Bobby Niven: Palm of the Hand at Old Ambulance Depot

Peter Doig, No Foreign Lands at Scottish National Gallery  

Martin Green: Scuffed Underside & Johnny Miller: Hut Drawings  at Summerhall 

Elsewhere around Scotland I'd see... 

Scottish Colourist Series: SJ Peploe at Aberdeen Art Gallery & Museum


Everyday sculpture at Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow

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Spong - Fishing July 2011-700x600
Katy Spong at Highland Print Studio, Inverness

What would you see?
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1 comment:

  1. I saw a Gabriel Orozco exhibition at the Guggenheim in Berlin last year, and I would love to see more of his work. And Man Ray Portraits sounds interesting.