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James Klinge Exhibition

Glasgow artist James Klinge, renowned for some of the city’s finest street art under his old alias Klingatron, launches his first post alias solo show, introducing a new collection of outstanding figurative paintings. Expect nothing less than the man’s usual excellence! The stop-and-stare extreme detail of his stencil work, combined with the expressively painted marks…

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Interview with Felix Carr, Glasgow School of Art Graduate

figurative triptych

Our Best of Scottish Art Graduates Show is a highlight of our year, no questions asked. The exhibition sits at the very core of what we’re all about as a gallery, and never fails to introduce some serious talent looking to make waves. To help introduce this year’s artists we’re doing a series of interviews to offer some additional insight…

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Art of Glasgow, Scotland and celebrated writers at Waterstones

The latest work on our Waterstone’s wall is inspired by Glasgow, Scotland and celebrated writers, in amongst a few remaining favourites. We introduce 3 new Glasgow based artists during the Commonwealth Games – Marcus Raynal Hislop, Jefrus and Kevin Hunter. Here’s a little more on each, just click their name to see more of their…

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Art Pistol’s Grad Show 2015 – Scotland’s Best

We have walked 500 miles (mainly driven though) to visit the hundreds of Scottish Art School Graduates in 2015… and now we’d like to introduce you to just 9 of them. Our best of the best. Their crazy, colourful, beautiful, and emotionally super-charged worlds collide in our stunning annual Graduate Show. Big red cocks, burnt…

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