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Last updated: 18/02/2024

Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran’s ceramic idols come to Tramway

Idols of Mud and Water at Tramway presents Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran’s work in his first solo exhibition in the UK Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran’s art is a much-needed antidote to the gloom of winter in Glasgow. Idols of Mud and Water, his installation currently on display at Tramway, is an amalgamation

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Unravelling the real history of the paisley pattern

Paisley is a Scottish town famous for its connection with the paisley pattern, but its story doesn’t begin there. There aren’t many patterns as iconic as the paisley pattern. Its curved teardrop shape adorns textiles from every corner of the world, and has been a signature of Persian royalty, American

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Portrait of a Scottish Artist: Joan Eardley

Joan Eardley’s paintings resonate with countless Scots due to the exploration of the country’s conflicting dualities in her work. Joan Eardley (1921-1963) produced some of the most significant works in the history of Scottish art during the mid-20th century, splitting her time between painting the street children of Glasgow’s East

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