Scotland

Introducing: Nick Ross

At first glance, Nick Ross appears to have a great eye for presentation. A closer look reveals a sensitivity to materials that makes bold moves appear delicate. 

Introducing: Katie Paterson

Katie Paterson’s work has always been deeply mired in the scientific. Having taken on the position of artist-in-residence at University College London’s Department of Physics and Astronomy in …

Considering by Chris Johanson

Add a splash of colour to your day in blustery Glasgow by heading down to The Modern Institute’s latest exhibition, featuring cheery installations, paintings and sculptures by the Los Angeles-based …

Then They Appear: Dreams in White

For those living in the UK, the recent grim news that this winter will be the country’s coldest one in recent memory is not a cheerful prospect at all. Arusha Gallery’s new show offers us …

Andrew Gilbert at Ten Haaf Projects

Berlin-based Scottish artist Andrew Gilbert revels in his ironic exploration of the British empire and its excesses, recreating historic events with a fantastical twist and paying great attention to …

Tea Blending Chest by Method Studio

A contemporary Tea Blending Chest – which includes everything you need for blending the perfect cup of tea – has been created and handcrafted by Scottish design house Method Studio.

Sawney Bean by Adam McEwen

The Modern Institute presents “Sawney Bean”, the first major solo exhibition in the UK of New York based artist Adam McEwen. McEwen presents a new body of work positioned around personal and …

Introducing

A year ago, Scottish furniture designer Catherine Aitken, a Royal College of Art grad, appeared in our Best Students series with her graduate project, Bundle.

Leith Walk Regeneration by Biomorphis

EDINBURGH – The city is soon going to have a glamorous ‘green bridge,’ as local firm Biomorphis realizes a design to convert old railway tracks into a walking route that connects the city’s …

Titanic Belfast

BELFAST – The world’s largest Titanic experience is opening today in Belfast, Northern Ireland – the place where the iconic ship had been designed and built.