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Philip Braham, Time Rising in the Woods of Raasay,
Oil on linen. (Image: courtesy of the artist, © Philip Braham, all rights reserved).


James Lumsden, Shift (2/19), Acrylic on Canvas. (Image: courtesy of the artist, © James Lumsden, all rights reserved).


Young Girl Reading Group, Image 1: YGRG 14X: reading with a single hand, 2017. Baltic Triennial 13, Prelude, Contemporary Art Center, Vilnius. Curated by Vincent Honore, (Image: courtesy of the artists, © YGRG, all rights reserved). Image 2: YGRG 14X: reading with a single hand V and YGRG Outlet,  Solo exhibition at Cell Project Space, London, 2018. Supported by Pro Helvetia and International Flavors and Fragrances Inc. Curated by Milika Muritu and Tim Steer. (Image: courtesy of the artists and Cell Project Space © YGRG, all rights reserved).


Editorial/Laura Kaminskaitė: Editorial, the office and gallery space that is home to Artnews and Echo Gone Wrong magazine. Installation view of work by Laura Kaminskaitė. (Image: courtesy Editorial/the artist © Editorial & Laura Kaminskaitė)


Jayne Stokes, Into the Yellow, Acrylic, Collage and Vintage Tin, 23.5 cm x 28.5 cm, nd. (courtesy the artist & Fidra Fine Art, © Jayne Stokes, all rights received).



Donald Smith, Image 1. Detail of painting in the artist’s studio. Image 2. Donald Smith, Westside Landscape, Oil on canvas, c.1980s. (Photography by Murdo Macdonald).


Installation view, Rannva Kunoy exhibition (2017) at Nathalie Karg Gallery, New York City, NY. (© Nathalie Karg Gallery, used with kind permission).


Lotte Glob works installed on her Sculpture Croft at Laid, Sutherland. (Photography: Ian McKay with kind permission of the artist).


Pekka Niittyvirta & Timo Aho, Installation view (detail) of Lines (57° 59' N, 7° 16'W), an interactive site specific light installation by Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum & Arts Centre in Lochmaddy, on the Outer Hebridean island of North Uist. (Image: courtesy of the artists, © Pekka Niittyvirta & Timo Aho, all rights reserved).


Simone Kenyon, live performance, inspired by Nan Shepherd’s The Living Mountain, developed by artist and choreographer Simone Kenyon, in collaboration with Scottish Sculpture Workshop and 100s of women who live and work in the Cairngorm Mountain. (Photo: © Felicity Crawshaw / Scottish Sculpture Workshop, courtesy of Nicola Jeffs PR).


Erlend & Pamela Tait. Erlend & Pamela Tait’s Refractor exhibition at Meffan Art Gallery and Museum in Forfar, June 2019. (Image: courtesy of the artists, © Erlend & Pamela Tait, all rights reserved).


Sophie Morrish’s Private Constellation (After Fire) 2018. Opening of Sophie Morrish’s Island Time, North Uist Works Bermondsey Project Space, London (photo: courtesy Bermondsey Project Space).