Thu 02 Aug 2018   -  Sun 23 Sep 2018

Life During Wartime

John Keane
LIFE DURING WARTIME is a survey of paintings exploring themes of military, social and political conflict around the world dating from the artist’s appointment as the Imperial War Museum’s official artist for the Gulf War of 1990-91.
11:00-18:00

Thu 02 Aug 2018   -  Sun 23 Sep 2018

Drawings and Paintings of Orson Welles

Orson Welles
Orson Welles was one of the dynamos of the 20th Century. He reinvigorated theatre, did the some of the most daring radio of his times, and made a number of the best films ever made.
11:00-18:00

Thu 02 Aug 2018   -  Sun 23 Sep 2018

Free the Pussy!

Artists include: Gina Birch, Tamsyn Challenger, Judy Chicago, Billy Chyldish, Gaggle, John Keane, No Bra, Hayley Newman, The Gluts, Kaffe Matthews, Yoko Ono, Miss Pokeno, Pussy Riot, Jamie Reid, Layla Sailor, Wendy Saunders, Carolee Schneeman and more.
Artist Tamsyn Challenger curates a new exhibition this summer of works of art made in protest to Pussy Riot’s imprisonment by the Russian government in 2012: ‘Free The Pussy’.
11:00-18:00

Thu 02 Aug 2018   -  Sun 23 Sep 2018

KURT SCHWITTERS HAS LEFT THE BUILDING : STORY AND DISPERSAL, LEGACY AND (RE)POSSESSION

Kurt Schwitters
‘Kurt Schwitters has left the building’ explores what’s saved with art-work, what might be salvaged or re-built in reconstructing its stories and how these stories sustain or possess a legacy.
11:00-18:00

Thu 02 Aug 2018   -  Sun 23 Sep 2018

Sura Medura

anuja Amarasuriya and Tim X Atack (Sleep Dogs), Emma Brierley, Flick Ferdinado, Brian Hartley, Kyna Hodges, Rob Mulholland, Helen Ottaway, Lorna Rees, Anders Rigg, Rae- Yen Song, Suba Subramaniam, Claire Raftery, Damian Wright (Periplum).
UZ Arts presents the work of 14 UK based artists who have been resident at Sura Medura in Sri Lanka over the winter of 2017/2018. The programme includes performances, installations, video and visual arts.
11:00-18:00

Thu 02 Aug 2018   -  Sun 23 Sep 2018

I am from the 1970s!

Robert McDowell
McDowell founded the inter-disciplinary Troubled Image Group of artists* formed in 1970 in Belfast. Out of it came Art & Research Exchange and other groups up to Bbeyond. It included the Irish members of the FIU founded by Joseph Beuys and Heinrich Boll. This showing is from the artist’s collection.
11:00-18:00

Thu 02 Aug 2018   -  Sun 23 Sep 2018

1968

Rarely can a single year be described as an era. That is how we think of 1968. Romantic and heroic for the left, vilified and derided by the right, with majority opinions somewhere inbetween, 1968, half a century old lingers on in our social memory as a momentous revolutionary date in cultural history, of valiant protests demanding equality and freedoms, confronted by state repression on both sides of the Cold War.
11:00-18:00

Thu 02 Aug 2018   -  Fri 28 Sep 2018

The Magpie's Nest

XSexcentenary
Kate Clayton, Wanda Zyborska, Norma D Hunter and Sarah Kent perform in the film The Magpies Nest, part of XSexcentenary’s NOW YOU SEE ME, NOW YOU DON’T series of actions for Buzzcut performance festival, Govan, Glasgow (April 2017), documented by Beth Chalmers.
11:00-18:00

Thu 02 Aug 2018   -  Sun 23 Sep 2018

Edinburgh People

Ryan Walls
Edinburgh People is a photographic journey through the lens of an Edinburgh taxi driver. Using his black taxi as his mobile studio, Walls frames an ode of his city.
11:00-18:00

Thu 02 Aug 2018   -  Sun 23 Sep 2018

BBEYOND

The world’s foremost performance art group is Bbeyond, from the most fertile region for performance art, Northern Ireland. This exhibition curated by Summerhall will document Bbeyond’s history in Ireland and internationally, following on from the powerful exhibition of 200 hundred drawings, installations in our 2017 programme and performances by Prof. Alastair MacLennan and Prof. Sandra
11:00-18:00

Sat 06 Oct 2018   -  Sun 23 Dec 2018

STREET HERMIT

Graeme Todd
Curated by Andrew Mummery Graeme Todd’s exhibition ‘Street Hermit’, is the first significant survey of the artist’s work to be presented in Scotland since his solo show at the Fruitmarket Gallery in Edinburgh in 2000. Since 1989 Todd has produced a compelling body of work employing a distinctive combination of drawing and painting to explore
11:00 - 18:00