Campbell’s Soup cans and Marilyn Monroe screen prints ensure that Andy Warhol’s legacy continues to be felt more than 30 years after his death in 1987 and they grab your attention on arrival at this latest exhibition which takes its name from a declaration the icon of the Pop Art movement made in an interview in 1963.
Mounted in a corner of Trevor Jones’ white-walled art studio is a collection of pages of the Financial Times, each superimposed with striking painted images, none more shocking than that of a man holding a gun to his head.
Art exhibition The vibrant, bohemian atmosphere of Paris at the end of the 19th century takes centre stage in a new exhibition in Edinburgh featuring the work of Toulouse-Lautrec. The show focuses on extraordinary posters that heralded a revolution in design and the birth of modern celebrity culture. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901) was one of […]
A boutique music promoter is unveiling a vision to help develop the city’s reputation for live performances. Edinburgh Music Lovers is the brainchild of former music journalist and PR specialist Jim Byers and will kick off at Summerhall with a debut Scottish appearance by critically acclaimed American musician Colin Stetson. Mr Byers believes that, despite issues with […]
It’s taken what feels like a generation to reach completion and its opening was marked by the biggest celebration that Dundee could recall.