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Edinburgh Art Festival 2014

Founded in 2004, Edinburgh Art Festival is the UK's largest annual celebration of visual art. Uniquely, the festival offers the chance to experience the best contemporary Scottish artists in the context of exhibitions of the most important international a

Morrissey's new album reviewed; Gina McKee; Portraits of Virginia Woolf

John Wilson talks to actor Gina McKee about starring in Richard III, and reports on the new collection of portraits of Virginia Woolf at the National Portrait Gallery.

Morrissey's new album reviewed; Gina McKee; Portraits of Virginia Woolf

John Wilson talks to actor Gina McKee about starring in Richard III, and reports on the new collection of portraits of Virginia Woolf at the National Portrait Gallery.

Virginia Woolf: Art, Life & Vision - National Portrait Gallery

Virginia Woolf was one of the most important and celebrated writers of the twentieth century. This extensive exhibition of portraits and rare archival material will explore her life and achievements as a novelist, intellectual, campaigner and public figur

JD Fergusson: A Scotsman in Paris

A look at the choppy career of the colourist whose works are on show at Pallant House Gallery.

The Scottish Colourist: JD Fergusson - Pallant House Gallery

One of the four artists known collectively as the Scottish Colourists, John Duncan Fergusson (1874-1961) was at the forefront of the introduction of modern art into Britain. His work combined a passionate knowledge of contemporary French art with the pain

John Ruskin: Artist and Observer, National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh – review

This landmark show features an unprecedented range of Ruskin’s drawings and watercolours.

Gallery: International Exchanges, Tate St Ives

This summer, Tate St Ives turned 21. And this makes it as good a time as any for an exhibition repositioning the artists who were associated with St Ives, the small harbour town in Cornwall, where you'll find the gallery on the sea front at Porthmeor Beac

Patricia Phelps de Cisneros interview: 'This is a collection made with love'

As a new show of modernist art from South America lands at the Royal Academy, Time Out meets the woman behind a remarkable collection.

Radical Geometry, Royal Academy - exhibition review

The radicalness in this 80-work show is twofold: much of it emerged from Leftist politics but it also took abstraction in new directions, with manifesto-laden ideas to reform the nature of art itself.