There’s been some wonderfully absorbing and influential double-acts in the art world over the years: Gilbert and George, Dalziel and Scullion, Tony Hart and Morph*.. and tonight Superclub plays host to the culmination of two artists peaking out after an eight month creative entanglement; a … Read More →
Monthly Archives: October 2011
Edinburgh-based artist Jonathan Freemantle is presenting new works in a multitude of medium at Amsterdam’s Punt WG gallery from 30th November to 5th December (official opening is on the 2nd December). It’s hard not to be overly intrigued by this quote from the South African … Read More →
Contributor to every go reborn incarnation going, Robbie Porter, has new illustrative work up at Broughton Deli, 7 Barony St, from tonight (7:30 – 9:00pm). Quite simply your entire Xmas card stock will be acquired from this chap – legend! On until 27th November.
Great little video about a printing press shop in Toronto. Looks like a cool place to be! Trip Print Press & The Making Of FreshSox from Brought To You By … on Vimeo. @stuartmcmorris
Ross Fraser McLean’s photography series from his recent travels in Cuba opens tonight at Such & Such. There’s also an interview with Ross that gives valuable insight towards how and why the Dundonian set out to capture the 50th anniversary of the Cuban revolution; in … Read More →
No disagreement from the go reborn camp over The Skinny Ed’s fine choices for inclusion in The Guardian’s 10 of the best contemporary art galleries in Edinburgh Special nod to relative newcomers Superclub who have really embraced their Gayfield Sq location with all manner of audio … Read More →
Great friend, colleague and musical maestro Q-Burns Abstract Message is touring Europe later this month. We’ve teamed up with Glasgow’s SWG3 posse to host a party at new space The Berkeley Suite. Here’s the flyer/poster I’ve done. Oh, and it’s my birthday.. ouch!
Visited the Dovecot Studios on Saturday (1st of October 11) to check out their latest exhibition on contemporary furniture. You’re invited to interact so pulling, pushing and sitting on any of the pieces was encouraged. Some superb finishes and the attention to detail was top class. Particularly liked the … Read More →