The latest issue marks an exciting new chapter for Scottish Art News, published biannually by the Fleming- Wyfold Foundation. The Foundation is delighted to be handing over the role of editor to Rachael Cloughton. Rachael is based in Edinburgh and is Visual Art Editor for The List. She will continue the foundation’s commitment to promote Scottish art and creativity to wider UK and international audiences. Scottish Art News relies on its subscribers and readers, which has enabled the magazine to remain a not-for-profit publication dedicated to bringing visual art and culture in Scotland to a wider readership, highlighting both the foundation’s own collection and exhibition programme, as well as including interviews with contemporary artists and editorial by leading art historians, curators and authors.
Editorial in this issue includes an interview with Graham Fagen ahead of the Venice Biennale 9 May–22 November 2015; Duncan Shanks at The Hunterian; Northern Lights: Works from Aberdeen Art Gallery at the Fleming Collection; V&A Dundee – London Design in Motion; : a Royal Scottish Academy exhibition supported by the Fleming-Wyfold Foundation including last year’s Fleming-Wyfold Bursary winners the Brownlee Brothers; as well as the latest art news, recent acquisitions in Scottish collections and an overview of the Scottish art market as well as Previews of the Edinburgh Art Festival 2015, Scottish Women Artists and Arthur Melville exhibitions at the National Galleries of Scotland, Joseph Beuys at Timespan; and exhibitions at the Queen’s Gallery, the Towner, Talbot Rice Gallery, and GoMA.
Scottish Art News is stocked in the Fleming Collection shop or copies can be ordered directly from the gallery. You can also subscribe by contacting the gallery: 020 7042 5730 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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Scottish Art News is also stocked in gallery shops throughout Scotland including the National Galleries of Scotland, Fruitmarket Gallery and City Art Centre.