Exhibition Lecture: “Transatlantic Connections: Eduardo Paolozzi and Andy Warhol” Edinburgh

Today is the opening day of the newest exhibition at the National Gallery Modern Two in Edinburgh: Eduardo Paolozzi and Andy Warhol, titled "I want to be a machine."  I attended an opening lecture at lunchtime and then went across town to see the exhibition for myself. Curator Keith Hartley introduces lunchtime lecturerAnne Massey; "Transatlantic …

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Exhibition Review: Margaret Tait “The Days Never Seem the Same”

Margaret Tait, an independently visioned film-maker if ever there was one, is being featured (in a joint exhibition with photographer Gunnie Moberg) at Stills Gallery in Edinburgh - ends this Sunday.  Recommended. Here is one of her early films: a portrait of her mother, granny or "ga", who comes across as very much a woman of …

Review (Edinburgh): Andrew Graham-Dixon and Rembrandt 2018-9-24

Tonight, I got to listen to a lecture on Rembrandt, by one of my art heroes, Andrew Graham-Dixon (lecturer and TV presenter).  This was part of the celebration of NADFAS' 50 years and also a spectacular Rembrandt lecture at the RSA, Edinburgh. I'm not particularly a fan of Rembrandt, but I do find the lecturer's …

“A Fine Line” – 4 artists’ exhibition, Edinburgh

City Art Centre, Edinburgh have a current exhibition curated by printmaker Angie Lewin and Lizzie Farey (willow weaver) who invited ceramicist Frances Priest and artist/printmaker Bronwen Sleigh to exhibit also.  (The exhibition runs until 18th February). It was an absolute pleasure to be with them yesterday, at their "In Conversation" discussion, chaired by Amanda Game (independent curator …