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  • 11 November 2006


The best exhibitions

Cezary Bodzianowski - Solo New video works by Poland’s favourite artist, created specifically for this show and taking his experiences of Glasgow as subject matter. Bozianowski creates witty situations that are always tinged with darkness. Sorcha Dallas, Glasgow, until Sat 25 Nov. Read review

Douglas Gordon A retrospective of one of Scotland’s best known contemporary artists. Gordon’s work plays with ideas of identity and truth, fluctuating in the space between seriousness and capriciousness, with photographs, films and other media filling two main venues in the city. National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh until Mon 15 Jan, and Inverleith House, Royal Botanic Gardens, until Sun 14 Jan. Read feature on the exhibiton after-party with Chicks on Speed or
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Callum Innes - From Memory This exhibition demonstrates how the problems of high modernism still remain. These paired down and meditative minimal works examine the problem of what painting is, reworking age old problems in new ways. Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, until Sun 19 Nov. Read review

Graham Fagen Fagen creates what appear to be mini fantastical narratives, stories that belie the historical facts that underpin his work. In pulling together sources and creating new images, he demonstrates that history is a construction that is ever-present but always manages to escape our grasp. Doggerfisher, Edinburgh, until Sat 2 Dec. Read review

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