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Damien Hirst: Artist or Con Artist?

Cigarette butts, live butterflies and a dead shark. No, we are not in a rubbish bin, a botanical garden or, indeed, an aquarium. This...

A new space for contemporary art in St Andrews

In August, something rather exciting arrived on South Street – a contemporary “white cube” art gallery with a distinctly international outlook. You won’t find...

Rembrandt: Britain’s Discovery of the Master

The name Rembrandt surely feels like an imposing place to start when thinking about the world of art. But of course he himself rejected...

Pottering through the summer

Recently this summer I had the wonderful time to attend a two-week hand building pottery class that focused on surface design techniques. The class...

Matisse in the Studio: a visit to the Royal Academy of...

Remember the Matisse Cut-Outs at the Tate Modern back in 2014? You don’t? Well I certainly do! The linearity, the simplicity of form, the...

Art? Anti-art? Vandalism? Or just Yellowism?

‘The first rule of Fight Club is: You do not talk about Fight Club. The second rule of Fight Club is: You do not...

New creative Factory in St Andrews

Polly Warrack reports on the Art History Society's attempt to bring Andy Warhol’s Factory to the Barron Theatre

Art and soul: the world’s most expensive Bacon

Ruairidh Bowen asks why someone would pay $142m for Francis Bacon's disturbing triptych

Power and identity: Romans at the McManus Gallery

Miriam Chappell explores McManus Dundee's exhibition 'Roman Empire: Power and People'

“Enduring Gifts: 600 Years of Philanthropy in St Andrews”

The University of St Andrews has always prided itself on a close relationship with its local community and alumni. Now, that relationship is being...