Thursday, July 2, 2020

Hockey to Hogarth: A Rake’s progress

If you ever feel like your moral compass may have become slightly off-balance since being a university student, rest assured that William Hogarth’s ‘Tom...

The Whitney Biennial

If the Whitney Biennial is meant to be a radar screen for the art world of the past two years – which is exactly...

Navid Nuur’s ‘Renderender’ at the DCA

The artist's new exhibition is a confrontational smorgasboard of concept art

A Portrait without the person

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

Duchess sits for portrait after heavy Lizard lash

“I wake up in the morning feeling like K Middy”… words sang neither by Ke$ha nor me. Whilst Kate and I studied the same...

3D printing allows you to create your very own Picasso

The art world is changing, and 3D printing is at the fore of this Renaissance.

Power and identity: Romans at the McManus Gallery

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

Locked in: Art in progress

Ever wondered where the artsy folk of St Andrews gather to channel their creativity?

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...

Union gets a facelift, street-art style

Upon entering the Union, the less inebriated students are treated to the sight of two new murals done in the style of “street art”....