Fri 13 Nov 2020 - Sat 28 Nov 2020

Out of Sight Out of Mind 2020

CAPS Independent Advocacy
12:00 - 18:00

Out of Sight Out of Mind, a multimedia exhibition featuring artworks by 100 individuals who have experience of mental health issues, is to return for its eighth year to Summerhall – and will be available online for... [more]

Thu 05 Nov 2020 - Sun 20 Dec 2020

Parallel Lives

Angus Reid
12:00 - 18:00 (every day)

Angus Reid combines painting and drawing, film-making and historical research to make this ground-breaking vision of gay men in Scotland, past and present. The images portray same-sex love and tenderness. Why does this... [more]

Online Exhibition

Portraits of the People

Chris Floyd & National Lottery

Summerhall and some of the UK’s most iconic art galleries join forces to celebrate this year’s unheralded champions of the arts sector. The unique digital exhibition from The National... [more]

Wed 01 Aug 2018 - Mon 01 Jan 2046

The Demarco European Art Foundation

For over half a century Richard Demarco has been closely involved with the Edinburgh International Festival. As an artist, gallery director, conference organiser and teacher, he has been a potent force on the Scottish... [more]

Viewing available by appointment with Richard Demarco's office only

Thu 03 Aug 2017 - Tue 01 Jan 2047

Elsa in Philadelphia

Curated by Glyn Thompson

Elsa in Philadelphia fills in the gaps in the critical period between Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven’s disappearance from New York and re-emergence in Philadelphia in the spring of 1917. Beginning with a box of... [more]

Currently closed

Fri 23 Oct 2015 - Tue 01 Jan 2047

Instalodecoración: Transforming The Everyday

Olmo Blanco

Interview Room 11 Gallery and Summerhall have joined together to present an intervention by durational mark-maker Olmo Blanco. His drawings add to what is already there - walls, floors and... [more]

Currently Closed

Mon 06 Jul 2015 - Tue 01 Jan 2047

A Lady’s Not A Gent’s

Curated by Julian Spalding and Glyn Thompson

The Urinal is the first great feminist work of art, created by Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven in 1917 as a protest against America’s declaration of war on Germany. Long after she died, Duchamp appropriated it and robbed... [more]

Currently closed