In a black cab on the way to Edinburgh College of Art (ECA) earlier this week, my chatty driver asked me what you could expect to see at a degree show.
WHEN I tell my wife I'm interviewing John Byrne she asks if I'm going to try to "outdress" him.
Pablo Picasso is always Pablo Picasso - or, more likely, just Picasso, the mononym denoting a brand that has almost come to represent the whole of 20th century art.
All is eerily quiet in the corridors of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art.
When Lee Miller arrived in Paris in 1944, the newly liberated city was just embarking on a three-day bender.
In 2006, Edinburgh-based painter David Martin was the recipient of the £10,000 Alastair Salvesen Travel Scholarship, an annual award which allows young artists to undertake a six-month working tour of whichever countries or regions interest them.
THE £7.5 million transformation of one of Scotland's architectural gems is to begin within days.
The jury of the 56th International Art Exhibition of la Biennale di Venezia has announced a series of awards for this year's festival.
The world is fractured and troubled.
Most art gallery walls are covered and recovered in layers of paint, the shade changing with every new exhibition.
A line of frozen stone rope runs its way around the warm red sandstone of Hospitalfield House in Arbroath.
The Dear Green Place that is Glasgow has always had its roots deeply embedded within the visual arts scene.
My wife, Sally, and I have done many things in our lives; most of which, I'm pleased to say, we're proud of.