Victoria Morton (b. 1971, Glasgow) studied at Glasgow School of Art. She has exhibited internationally. Solo exhibitions include Inverleith House, Edinburgh, 2010; Sun By Ear (with Katy Dove), Tramway, Glasgow, 2007; Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn, Germany, 2002; and Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, 2001. Last year she took part in a collaborative workshop with Scottish Ballet. Group exhibitions include In Viaggio, Museo Corta Alta, Fossombrone, Italy, 2004, and _Painting Not Painting _with Jim Lambie, Julie Roberts, and Richard Slee at Tate St Ives, Cornwall, 2003. In 2011 she will exhibit with Martin Boyce and Eva Rothschild in a show at Almine Rech Gallery, Paris. In 2012 she will present a solo exhibition for the inauguration of Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum's new contemporary art galleries, Boston. Victoria Morton lives and works in Glasgow and Fossombrone, Italy.
In comparison to Victoria Morton's past exhibitions (her 2010 solo show at Inverleith House in Edinburgh, for example), the paintings in this presentation, Treat Fever with Fever, felt less schizoph
The first of two final paintings—taking the total to 90 since the Hamilton Bequest began in 1927—has been newly unveiled at Kelvingrove. Glasgow artist Victoria Morton's Soliton will hang at the galle
There are certain shows that change one's sense of art. Surface Work is one of them. Spread across two sites, it is nothing less than an anthology of abstract painting spanning an entire century, fr