A celebration of a legendary fashion designer and an exhibit by a celebrated sculptor feature in the programme for the year ahead at the revamped Aberdeen Art Gallery.
Thousands have flocked to the Schollhill site since it reopened last month having undergone a £30 million overhaul, adding a new roof and more exhibition space.
Organisers are hoping to pack the A-listed venue throughout 2020 with an exciting line-up of attractions.
The first major solo exhibition in Scotland by internationally acclaimed artist Haroon Mirza will be held in Aberdeen.
There will be a celebration of famed British fashion designer, Dame Zandra Rhodes, and a return for the popular BP Portrait Award.
Council culture spokeswoman, Marie Boulton, said: “As well as offering local people a range of opportunities to see world-class art in their home city, these high-profile exhibitions will be an important driver for tourist visits to Aberdeen.”