Kudos to Urban Subjects, and to the other participants in Urgent Imagination, for reminding us “how truly fucked up this is”.
It's a tale as romantic as anything set in Paris.
What interests him is work that that stays with viewers because it is not immediately forthcoming or comprehensible.
One of the art world’s true originals, David Hockney provides enough eye candy to fill several films.
Alex Morrison has created a compelling body of work that employs architectural forms and references as a way of investigating a number of social issues and ideas.
Taiga Chiba’s small, mixed-media works, on view at Art Beatus, are an engaging form of travelogue.
Howell challenges our political leaders' fearful complacency—and ours.
Thomson’s art addresses backgrounds more than foregrounds, absence more than presence.
Photographic collection ranges from the early 20th century to the present, showing how the camera can both reveal and conceal individual identity.
The subtitle of this exhibition, 500 Years of Italian Painting From Glasgow Museums, pretty much describes its scope and origins.