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Wednesday, February 20, 2019

The bubble’s best creative outlet

On last week's misty Friday night Art Soc hosted the Creative Lock-in, an event at the Byre running through the night from 11 pm...

Germaine Greer, reintroducing Aboriginal art to the masses

Men’s Health, Vogue, Cosmopolitan, FHM, Tatler, Aesthetica.These are all glossy magazines, full of information and compelling images, and I don’t believe that compelling is...

Fifty Shades of Millais: The enduring appeal of the Pre-Raphaelites

  ‘There’s going to be a new show of the Pre-Raphaelites at the Tate Britain this Autumn’.  This is a phrase so completely innocuous that...

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...

Abolished but not abandoned: Slavery close to home

“Slavery can feel so distant as it does not affect us or anyone we know. Yet, we are unknowingly so close to what is happening.”

Van Gogh ‘missing link’ identified

Earlier this month, a previously unknown landscape painting by Vincent Van Gogh was identified by the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. Lost for more...

A neglected art form: the renaissance of drag

Ruairidh Bowen discusses drag's rise from underground to the mainstream

David Hockney at the National Gallery

Some weeks ago I rather smugly marched past enormous queues of people desperate to get into the National Gallery’s exhibition of Leonardo da Vinci’s...

Monet and Cezanne at the National Galleries of Scotland

Sophia Latorre-Zengierski strolls through the ‘Impressionist’s Gardens’

An exhibit under constant renovation

The collection started with the acquisition of two works by Thomas Joshua Cooper in 1985, pieces which are currently included in the Silvered Light exhibition