Douglas Gordon is Scotland's Damien Hirst. The difference is, Hirst is loved by dealers and Gordon by galleries—he is the Zen master of conceptual Scotart
Devolution was meant to give Scotland the ability to solve its own problems. But since getting its own parliament, Scotland's dependency on England seems to have increased. A former Scots Tory...
In a secret gorge, I discover what I feared no longer existed—a pool full of leaping salmon
Michael Fry's conversion to Scottish independence is the greatest challenge to unionism I have seen in a long time
Andrew O'Hagan's fictional account of a wayward and dysfunctional priest is most striking for its discussion of the importance, and trap, of idealism
Will the recently established National Theatre of Scotland give rise to a new golden age of Scottish contemporary drama?
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