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Juergen Teller - Awailable
The first exhibition in Scotland by the celebrated German-born photographer who helped to change the face of fashion photography in the 90s through work for magazines such as iD and The Face. Awailable features new and recent colour photographs selected by the artist. Inverleith House, Edinburgh, until Sun 15 Apr. Read review

Alison Watt - Dark Light
An installation of new paintings by the Scottish artist. Watt has been working as artist in residence at the National Gallery or London, returning to the Ingleby Gallery with a construction that is created out of her paintings of dark folds of material. Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh, until Thu 5 Apr. Read review

Nick Crowe - Commemorative Glass
An exhibition of new and recent works exploring memory, related to major themes such as war, death, and technology. Crowe uses the ephemeral and fragile characteristics and associations of glass to create solid but transparent sculptural forms. CCA, Glasgow, until Sat 31 Mar. Read review

Trenton Doyle Hancock - The Wayward Thinker
A large, sprawling installation of drawings, paintings and sculptures continuing Hancock’s mythical and autobiographical narrative journey, exploring the eternal battle between good and evil (the Mounds and the Vegans). The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, until Sun 8 Apr. Read review

Le Femme de Nulle Part
Artist Lucy Skaer curates an exhibition of work by friends and fellow collaborators Anita Di Bianco, Sophie Macpherson and Rosalind Nashishibi. The works on show examine how history is manufactured and how it can therefore be altered. Doggerfisher, Edinburgh, until Sat 28 Apr.


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