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Andrew Burnet presents the culture vulture’s diary to the year ahead.
10 JOCK TAMSON’S BAIRNS
Communicado open the Year of Culture’s drama offerings at the Tramway. But who, or what, are Jock Tamson’s Bairns? Mark Fisher spreads his net.
GRACE ROBERTSON The doyenne of the photo-essay is remembered in an exhibition at the Portfolio Gallery, as Kennedy Wilson reports.
LAST EXIT TO BROOKLYN Can the once-banned novel stand up on celluloid? Don Watson talks to its author Hubert Selby.
THE GREAT BRITISH ART SHOW Two national exhibitions are opening in Glasgow’s McLellan Galleries. Hilary Robinson looks at the differences and similarities between them, and why they are courting
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