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Lee Mingwei

July 2010

New York–based artist Lee Mingwei made several trips to the Mount Stuart estate, on the Scottish island of Bute, to develop the concept for his new installation there, Trilogy of Sounds, 2010. On each visit, he found the Victorian gothic … READ ON


Peter Liversidge

June 2010

Peter Liversidge experiments with what he describes as the “notion of creativity.” For the past several years, his exhibitions have been centered on the practice of writing proposals for artworks and performances, some to be realized and… READ ON

IN PRINT Summer 2010 [TOC]

Callum Innes

August 2009

For “I Look to You,” an exhibition by the Scottish painter Callum Innes at Ingleby Gallery, the artist introduces a new series of abstract works. Innes has gently refined his characteristic process of addition and subtraction––applying… READ ON


Gunilla Klingberg

March 2009

Mixing the mundane with the mystical, Swedish artist Gunilla Klingberg makes witty commentaries on contemporary consumer culture. For her largest exhibition to date, the artist has created new works and redeveloped her earlier pieces in … READ ON


Beagles & Ramsay

February 2009

John Beagles and Graham Ramsay’s newly commissioned sculptural installation, Good Teeth, 2008, is the result of a three-month residency designed to allow for experimentation with new materials on a bold scale. Timely enough, Good Teeth … READ ON

IN PRINT February 2009 [TOC]

Jim Lambie

July 2008

Jim Lambie’s exhibition “Forever Changes,” which takes its title from the 1968 album by the band Love, powerfully alters visitors’ perceptions of an imposing nineteenth-century hall, originally designed as Glasgow’s Royal Exchange,… READ ON


Craig Mulholland

June 2008

Scottish artist Craig Mulholland’s eloquent new series “Grandes et Petites Machines,” 2006–2008, spanned three Glasgow venues—Sorcha Dallas gallery, the Mackintosh Gallery at the Glasgow School of Art, and the Glasgow Film Theatre—before… READ ON

IN PRINT Summer 2008 [TOC]

Jonas Dahlberg

April 2008

Swedish artist Jonas Dahlberg’s videos explore relationships between architectural and psychological space. Carefully constructed scenes set in familiar places—residential streets, private chambers, hallways—become uncanny and mysterious.… READ ON