Wilkie Drawings, National Gallery. Much can hang on the turn at a head in the composition at a picture as this exhibition at Wilkie's drawings makes very clear. He was a master of drawing but his innovative, and hugely popular, subject matter oi contemporary genre scenes evidently gave him endless compositional problems in his paintings. He resolved them, iorthe most part, in sketches, and these, the bare bones oi his paintings, are shown

together with photographs of the completed pictures.

Like the National Gallery's previous mini-exhibitions, which draw attention to one particular aspect at their collection, this show has been well and clearly thought through and it makes a neat and interesting little study. (Sally Kinnes)

I THE DESIGNER GALLERY 11 Hasties Close (round corner from 369 Gallery) Cowgate. 225 2774. Michael McManus Until 5 March. Romeo and Juliet - Shakespeare‘s words with contemporary photographs. I EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART Lauriston Place Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm. The Constricted View The recently formed painting co-operative based at Edinburgh College of Art mounts their first exhibition in the upstairs Andrew Grant Gallery. 50 Special Years Until 9 Mar. The Scottish Special Housing Association celebrated its 50th anniversary last year and is touring this exhibition to explain its function and history. Evening Classes go on Exhibition 7—12 Mar. This year's evening class students show their work. No further exhibitions until Apr. I EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE 20 Chambers Street. Mon—Fri 9. 15am—8.30pm'. Sat. Sun 10.15am—2.30pm. Ralph Erskine—Architect Until 4 Mar. One day only to see the work of the 1987 RIBA Gold Medalist and designer of Byker. a housing estate in Newcastle which offered an alternative to the monotonous units which had been built in the recent past. I EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY LIBRARY George Square. 667 1011. Mon—Fri 9am-5pm. Piecing Together the Past Until 15 Apr. Exhibition Room. An exhibition to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee ofthe University‘s Department of Architecture. Warren Hastings and British India Until end Apr. National Covenant- 350th Anniversary Until end Mar. Copies of the covenant will be displayed (one signed by the Marquis of Montrose) along with contemporary

pamphlet material illustrating this stormy period of Scottish history.

I FILMHUUSE Lothian Road. 228 6382. Mon—Sat 12.30pm—1 1pm; Sun 6.30—11pm. Licensed rest.

Faces oi Egypt Until 25 Mar. Photography by Robbie Jack.

I FINE ART SDCIETY12 Great King Street. 5560305. Mon—Sat l0am-6pm.

19th and 20th century Scottish paintings. I FRENCH INSTITUTE 13 Randolph Crescent. 225 5366 Mon—Fri 9.30am-1pm and 2pm—5.30pm. Closed 25 Mar—l 1 Apr. Portraits oi the Italian Aristocracy 4—25 Mar. Photographs by young French photographer Patrick Faygenbaum. Series oftalks on modern art continued. L'Abstraction Wed 9 Mar. 6.30pm. Douglas Hall (ex Keeper ofGallery of Modern Art) tackles the abstract. L'Expressionnisme Wed to Mar. 6.30pm. Keith Hartley looks at expressionism. L'Expression Contemporaine Wed 23 Mar. 6.30pm. Andrew Brown takes us up-to-date with expressionism.

I FRUITMARKET GALLERY 29 Market Street. 225 2383. Tue—Sat 10am—5.30pm; Sun 1.30pm—5.30pm. Licensed cafe. Richard Hamilton 19 Mar—l May. This major British artist will be making four rooms of the downstairs gallery including in them a painted carpet and hisown design for a computer. Upstairs. his interest in James Joyce is illustrated in prints and drawings from the forties to more recent work.

Open Exhibition Artists living in Scotland (not students) are invited to submit work for the first Fruitmarket Open exhibition to be held in May. Contact the gallery for details.

Photography Exhibition 9— i 3 Mar. Work by Cambridge Street and Royal Victoria Photography Workshops.

I GALLERY OF MODERN ART Belford Road. 556 8921. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2—5pm. Restaurant. [D]

No special exhibitions until Edinburgh Festival. Permanent collection on show. Some rooms may be closed due to redecoration.

I GATEWAY GALLERY 2—4 Abbeymount. 661 0982. Mon—Sat Exhibitions Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Restaurant.

Studies in Urban Violence 8—22 Mar. Drawings by Derek Murray. Growing up in Glasgow. on tranquillisers since childhood. living with violence and neglect. Murray has found escape in art. Deemed mentally unstable by the RAF and stripped of his pro-boxer‘s licence. his last job was in a slaughterhouse. butchering pigs. His life plunged into further tragedy when his brother was accused of his sister‘s murder and is now serving a life sentence. These drawings come from an intensely emotiona source.


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Workshops at Fruitmarket Gallery. Edinburgh

94 George Street

031 225 5955



TEAPOTS 5 - 30 March 1988


Mon Fri 9am 5.30pm Sat 9.30am 2pm


University of Edinburgh, Old College, South Bridge.


Tel:03i 6671011 ext4308

Last week until 12 March IAN HOWARD Paintings, Prints and Related Works

OVERSITE An Installation by Art in Ruins

Tues-Sat loam—5pm Admission Free Subsidised by the Scottish Arts Council

Personal Visions: New Scottish Photography

20 February— 19 March 1988 Tue— Sat 12- 6pm. Admission Free


The Scottish Photography Group Gallery 105 High Street, Edinburgh, 031 5571145

Si/Iis‘IdISt‘iI by "’0 SIIUIIISII ArlsCtmrirti




12th March 31 st March 12 Washington Street, Glasgow Mon—Fri 10am—8pm; Sat 10am—3pm

An Exhibition by the institute for Foreign Cultural Relations, Stuttgart

SUDSIdISQd by the Scottish Arts C0uncnl

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