This article is from 2008.
The well-revered Scottish artist has created a series of new screenprints exclusively for Edinburgh Printmakers. McCail’s deceptively bold, cartoonish graphics mask the social critique at the centre of the work, which focuses on subjects like education, puberty and the responsibility of the individual.
Edinburgh Printmakers, 557 2479, until 6 Sep, free.
Edinburgh Art Festival
Scotland’s largest annual celebration of visual art offers work by the best contemporary Scottish artists as well as exhibitions of the most important international artists and movements of the 20th century and other historical periods.
Two series' of screenprints and a suite of lithographs, reflecting the history and mechanics of compulsory education and our dealings with puberty as a culture. Artist's talk, Sat 23 Aug. 'Part of the Edinburgh Art Festival'