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Art and soul: Is Instagram destroying photography?

I hate to admit it, but I’m a self-confessed Instagram fiend. I love being able to capture a moment, enhance it’s appearance, and post...

Alasdair Gray: spheres of influence

Eilidh Tyler Reid guides us through an exhibition of Alasdair Gray's works and influences

A Portrait without the person

Dexter Dalwood is the bookies’ favourite to win the Turner Prize. Rachel Clarke profiles the artist.

“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...

The mystery of Van Eyck’s Arnolfini Portrait

There is much to be said about the Arnolfini Portrait by Dutch painter Jan van Eyck, which depicts the Italian merchant Giovanni di Nicolao...

MUSA closed for extensive redevelopment

On Sunday 1 July, the Museum of the University of St Andrews (MUSA), closed its doors to enable the Museum to undergo an extensive...

New exhibition in St Andrews Museum: Kate Scardifield’s Ley Lines

Ley Lines is a unique exhibition to Scotland that spotlights the installation art by Australian artist Kate Scardifield. The exhibition is touring through galleries...

Dundee V&A opening: “A living room for the city”

On Wednesday at 9 am I made my way across to Dundee to catch a glimpse of the sun-soaked oak panels of the dramatic...

Damien Hirst: the art of decadence and death

Hirst the capitalist has overtaken Hirst the artist.
The Turner Prize

Hockey sticks down, paint brushes up – London 2012 isn’t over...

Unless you have spent the last few months living under a rock then you’ll know that London was the place to be this summer....