Kay Rosen

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Gravity's Rainbow

21 Jul 20114 stars

Pynchon-inspired group show explores different representations of colour

The acid house smiley face on the sunny yellow ball of Peter Liversidge’s shelf-load of single-hued detritus speaks volumes about this colour-focused group show of eight artists that takes its title from Thomas Pynchon’s baroque noir. It begins with a…

Ingleby Gallery

7 Aug 2008

All change

Edinburgh’s Ingleby gallery has gradually developed a solid reputation for showing emerging and established contemporary art in a domestic Georgian setting, but their art collection has grown along with their status, prompting directors Richard and…

Edinburgh Art Festival

31 Jul 2008

Street arts

Edinburgh residents are used to a takeover at this time of year. As hoardes of performers, artists, comedians and their assorted entourages set up a whole other city on top of theirs, the festivals can feel divorced from the realities of Edinburgh life.

Edinburgh Art Festival announces programme

3 Jul 2008

Where the art is

Another week, another festival launches. Hot on the heels of the Fringe, the EIF and the Edinburgh International Book Festival, relative newbie the Edinburgh Art Festival last week laid out its stall, boasting a roster of art glitterati from a 20-year…

Ingleby Gallery moves to new premises in its 10th year

1 May 2008

Edinburgh's Ingleby Gallery is to celebrate its 10th anniversary with a move to 15 Calton Road, a new premises behind Waverley Station. The move will take place in July. Spread over three floors and 6000 square feet, the new Ingleby will be the…