The best visual art exhibitions – Oct / Nov 2014

Featuring Nana Shiomi, Jonathan Meese, Tessa Lynch, Thomas Joshua Cooper and Vanessa Billy

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Thomas Joshua Cooper / Image courtesy of the artist and Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh

Nana Shiomi: Reverse: Universe

For her first solo show in Scotland, Japanese artist Nana Shiomi exhibits woodcut prints that reflect on the duality of the east and west.

Edinburgh Printmakers, Edinburgh, until Sat 1 Nov.

Jonathan Meese: Pump Up the Vampire, Pump Up the Vampire, Pump Up the Vampire, Smell!

Eccentric German artist Jonathan Meese presents ‘the total power of art’ through mixed media artworks created during a mini residency at the Glue Factory.

Glue Factory, Glasgow, until Sun 2 Nov.

Tessa Lynch: Café Concrete

New works inspired by the urban environment made during Lynch’s year long graduate fellowship at Glasgow Sculpture Studios.

Glasgow Sculpture Studios, Glasgow, until Sat 22 Nov.

Thomas Joshua Cooper: Scattered Waters, Sources Streams Rivers

World-leading art photographer turns his lens on Scottish rivers for this exhibition, capturing the Forth, the Clyde, the Tweed, the Findhorn, even the Water of Leith.

Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh, until Sat 29 November.

Vanessa Billy: Sustain, Sustain

Playful sculptural works that blend traditional artistic materials with found objects to create unlikely conversation pieces.

Collective Gallery, Edinburgh, until Sun 21 Dec.

Tessa Lynch: Cafe Concrete

New sculptural and written works by artist concerned with the built environment.

Jonathan Meese: Pump Up the Vampire, Pump Up the Vampire, Pump Up the Vampire, Smell!

The debut show in Scotland by this controversial German artist.

Vanessa Billy: Sustain, Sustain

Recent sculptural work from Swiss artist.

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