In her mid-career survey, Jacqueline Donachie explores the hidden cruelties of the urban environment
The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art has put together a modest but eye-opening display of works created and inspired by female Surrealists
‘The decision to shut Inverleith House is sudden, shocking and sad’
Art can easily get forgotten in the mayhem of the city’s summer programmes, but it’s worth a detour to these exhibitions
The Mexican artist discusses his work, his experimental education and the importance of tools, as his solo exhibition opens at Fruitmarket Gallery
The Brazilian artist was relentlessly inventive, moving from abstract drawing to ‘critter’-like sculptures and, ultimately, participatory works
Artists recognised the power of the staged image long before Instagram came along
Marisol’s powerful, Pop-inspired sculptures deserve to be far better known, particularly outside the US
How did the Scottish women who went to progressive art schools fare in a reactionary art world?
Who cares whether its parochial? The Travelling Gallery exhibition is a fun and engaging idea
For cutting edge culture, head straight for the church
A major retrospective of Joseph Cornell’s work presents a stay-at-home artist who was obsessed with travel.
Clough excelled at making art from the ugly and the overlooked
What’s behind the current appetite for reinstalling, re-exhibiting, and restaging landmark shows?
It is satisfying to see Benglis finally given proper recognition in the UK
‘Back to A Land’ at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park looks at the finer points of Moore’s sculptural practice
On Kawara is famous for his date paintings, but he had other ways of marking and thinking about time
Last chance to visit New York’s exhibition of conceptual copycat art