{Also featured on my 2nd blog, Russia Revisited} I have been converted. Having visited Moscow on several occasions when I lived in nearby Tver, I never felt particularly drawn to the city. I tried to love it, but each time I went I was let down. Face-control snobbery, expensive food, too big to properly get… Read More Moscow

C/O Berlin

Whilst in Berlin this summer, I discovered a really great gallery: C/O Berlin. A charitable arts foundation formed in 2000, the organisation has established a unique cultural space in Amerika Haus in the affluent Charlottenburg quarter. A former post-war education and culture facility, the building nowadays hosts a variety of photographic and visual arts exhibitions each… Read More C/O Berlin

Exhibition Review – Long Game

“Long Game” marks the first exhibition of the CCA’s 2016 gallery programme and features a collection of works by Glasgow-based artist, Merlin James. The works, which span over 30 years of James’ career, incorporate a wide range of techniques and subject matter. From a series of small, wooden model buildings to large-scale mixed-material paintings and… Read More Exhibition Review – Long Game