Issue 203
May/June 2018


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    Articles

    Fidra goes to Gullane

    AFTER SOME six years trading from his home on Dirleton Avenue in North Berwick, Alan Rae of Fidra Fine Art is relocating the gallery to the property on Main Street, Gullane, previously occupied by Gullane Art Gallery… read more>>

    Editorial Comment

    FIFTY YEARS ago, a visitor to Scotland would have found the country little different from what it was before the Second World War, its towns and cities marked by clearly defined boundaries, its roads single track (except for one in the Highlands), its swathes of arable land in the south and east unscarred by power lines or wireless masts, and the Highlands vast areas of unspoilt moorlands and mountains enlivened by the occasional hunting lodge or castle… read more>>

    Maxwell Macleod's Cauld Blast…

    A.A.GILL, whose former wife was so disgracefully bullied from her job as Home Secretary the other day, once remarked:… read more>>

    Time and tide work wonders for Methil's sculptural thinker

    THIS SUMMER sees the world renowned Scottish sculptor David Mach make a comeback to his home territory, having just completed a show at Cass Art in Glasgow involving five tonnes of newspaper – "Against The Tide" – his comment on "the tide of information we receive daily, and the questions this information raises about our contemporary lives. Questions about our sexuality, gender, race, industry, money and politics"… read more>>

    A very fair Exchange…

    WITH MORE shops than ever closing across the country, it's good to know of at least one retailer reversing the downward trend. Lynzi Leroy, known as Scotland's 'retail rebel' is the founder of the Scottish Design Exchange (SDX)… read more>>

    The making - and re-making - of Mackintosh Style

    THE EXHIBITION, Charles Rennie Mackintosh: Making the Glasgow Style, which has just opened at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum in Glasgow, marks the beginnings of this year's celebration of the 150th anniversary of CRM's birth… read more>>

    A West Lothian question answered

    IN A RECENT issue of ArtWork I discussed the idea that Jupiter Artland in West Lothian was not making much impact on the area. I had emailed them but had no reply by the time of writing, however, I did receive a reply some three weeks later. The new Marketing & Communications Manager got in touch, telling me she agreed with my view that Jupiter Artland did seem 'a bit of an unknown' to many West Lothian residents, claiming that this was something she was 'keen to rectify.'… read more>>

    Close shave at Barber Burgon's

    "I KNOW, Mum, hair's getting a bit long, needs tidying up." She's fussing, the week before school starts. So, off I goes to Burgon's Barbers, down Tweedmouth… read more>>

    More literary diversity, please

    SCOTLAND has had excellent writers like Scott, Stevenson, Naomi Mitchison, Neil Gunn, Lewis Grassic Gibbon and George Mackay Brown. As 'gritty realists', present-day scribblers are/were mainly urban, e.g. Irvine Welsh, Ian Rankin, William McIlvanney, Jim Kelman and Alasdair Gray… read more>>

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