ART & EXHIBITIONS LIST
Maxwell Collection of Spanish paintings and period furnishings.
I THE SCOTTISH DESIGN CENTRE 72 St Vincent Street. 221 6121. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5pm. Sat 9am-5pm.
Design Review 3 Feb-15 March. The annual look at the Design Centre's Selection of products during the past year.
-I SPRINGBURN MUSEUM Ayr Street
(adjacent to Springburn Railway Station). 557 1405. Mon-Fri 10.30am—5pm. Sun 2-5pm.
A Place I0 Stay Until Nov 88. One ofthe largest exhibitions ever mounted on the subject of housing in Scotland. The exhibition traces the transformation in Springburn from a small village and industrial suburb where property was privately owned. to today's town dominated by the council-owned tower blocks where 50‘? of the residents now live. Photographs by 19th century Springburn photographer William (iraham are on display along with the work of amateurs in the following years. Domestic items illustrate the change in living conditions —- front coal-fired ranget gas cooker. from gramaphone to video. The Cowlairs Railway Works Until June. llistorical exhibition of life and times of Scotland's one time largest railway works I THIRD EYE CENTRE 350 Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521. Tue-Sat 10am-5.30pm. Sun 2—5.30prn. Cafe. [1)]
Jiri David Ifntil 31 Jan. The Czech artist who was unable to show earlier this year with Margita Titlova. finally makes it to Third Iiye. Born in 1956, he Iivesand works in Prague and this is his first exhibition in the West. Ilis painting is described as combining an understanding of current Western artistic concerns with the symbols and images ofthe Czechoslovakian mood.
Stephen Huber t'ntil 31 Jan. ()nc ofthe artists taking part in the Iidinburgh International. IIuber uncovers new identities for objects. This is the first one-man show in Britain for this young (ierman artist.
Evelyn Carey/George Washington Wilson 17ntil31 Jan. Photographs which record the scale and grandeur ofthe btiildingof the Forth Rail Bridge 1885—1890. Carey was official photographer and an assistant engineer on the construction.
Tina Shwarz Cntil 31 .Ian. Schwarz. fuses past and present in a combination ofold famin snaps. text and herown photographs. A recent graduate of Glasgow School of Art. she lives and works in Copenhagen.
I TRANSMISSION GALLERY 13 Chisholm Street. 552 4813. Mon Sat Noon—6pm. Photography-5 Artists 1 1- end .1 an.
I WASHINGTON GALLERY 44 Washington Street. 321 6780. Mon- Fri 10am-«5pm;Sat 10am- 1 pm.
I ASSEMBLY ROOMS 5-1 (ieorgc Street. .‘ylon. Wed. Sat 9am 4.30pm; Thurs. Fri Dam—3. 30pm .
A Day Down A Goldmine [not 1 1 .1 an. The work of scul‘.’tor (icorge Wyllie mounted into a large book for easy viewing.
I BLUE PARROT 4‘) St Stephen Street.
Tue—Sat 10am—3pm and 7 1 1pm; Sun
The Blue Parrot restaurant exhibitsthe work of Edinburgh artists.
I BOURNE FINE ART 4 Dundas Street 557 4050. Mon—Fri 10am -6pm.
Scottish paintings 1800-1950. Della Robbia pottery . Liberty pewter and art nouveatt furniture.
I BURBERRY SCOTCH HOUSE Third Floor. 39 41 Princes Street. Mon—Sat
9am—5 . 30pm; Thurs 9am—6pm.
The Scottish Craits Collection L'ntil July 1986’. An exhibition ofeontemporary craftwork from Scotland including jewellery. ceramics. glass. textiles. wood and silversmithing. organised by the Scottish Development Agency.
THE CHOICE IS YOURS
Open Eye Gallery. Edinburgh
The Chosen Few is a tun exhibition which asks those with artistic connectionsto selectone artist. (painterorceramicist) ottheirchoice. It's a group which has rallied some of the best (John Bellany. Will McLean. Joyce Cairns) with some of the ‘up-and-coming' (Paul Furneaux. Stephen Conroy. Rosemary Beaton) but without doubt its most interesting aspect will be who chose what.
I CALTUN GALLERY 1” Royal Terrace. 556 1010. Mon— Fri 10am -6pm; Sat
10am ~ lpnt.
Watercolours and drawings by oy er 150 British and littropean artists. I700 [040, I CENTRAL LIBRARY (ieorge l\' Bridge. 225 558-1. Mon Fri 9am- Upm. Sat
9am— 1 pm.
I CITY ART CENTRE 2 Market Street . 235 242-1ext 6650. .‘onn Sat 10am-v6pm. Licensed cafe. [1)]
No exhibitions until February as the gallery prepares for the lavish ( iold ol the Pharocs in February . The Art Centre reception and postcard shop rentatn open along with the cafe.
I COLERIDGE GALLERY 47b ( ieorge Street. 2201305. Mon-Sat 1112un»«5.30pm.
Wide selection of contemporary British glass. ()riginal prints by contemporary artists. plus jewellery.
I COLLECTIVE GALLERY 166 l ligh Street. 230 1260. The Collective hay e finally made the move tip the I Iigh Street lorcast for sortie time ttow. While it is settling in and organising the new space. the gallery is closed. The List w ill let you know as soon as its back on the scene. Any enquiries should be directed to the new address above.
I RICHARD DEMARCO GALLERY Blackfriars Churclt. Blackfriars Street loll High Street). 5570707.
Yvonne Hawker tintil IllIan. Delicate. but surprising watercolours.
DENIS PEPLOE, RSA Oil Paintings
ESME GORDON. RSA Travels with a Paintbrush
9 January - 3 February
Mon — Fri 9am — 5.30pm Sat 9.30am — 2pm
94 George Street Edinburgh 031 225 5955 *'
Hunterian Art Gallery
University of Glasgow
A DECADE OF ACQUISITIONS 1977 - 1987
31 October 1987—16 January 1988
Mon—Fri 9.30am—5pm; Sat 9.30am— 1 pm Admission Free Tel: 041 3304221
93 North Street. St Andrews (0334) 76161 extension 591
Crawford Centre for the Arts UNIVERSITY OF STANDREWS
until 8 February: Memory and imagination new international art Ties that bind the family in contemporary art
Subsidised by the Scottish Arts C0uncil
QUARTET - 4 PAINTERS Andrew Neil Frederick Stiven Charles Stiven Ruth Stiven
5 DISTINGUISHED SCOTTISH SCULPTORS
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