ART & EXHIBITIONS LIST
THE FINE ART SOCIETY
134 Blythswood Street, Glasgow, 04] 332 4027
RECENT ACQUISITIONS and FLOWERS OF SCOTLAND
ﬂower paintings by Mary Armour, Elizabeth Blackadder, Christine McArthur, Ann Patrick, Una Shanks until June 4
12 Great King Street, Edinburgh, 031 556 0305
RECENT ACQUISITIONS and THEIR MAJ ESTIES’ LIMNERS
HM Painters and Limners for Scotland from Sir Henry Raeburn to David Donaldson April 30 to May 31
Mon—Fri 9.30am-5.30pm; Sat lOam—l pm
Ap rodite’s : island
ART& ARCHAEOLOGY OF ANCIENT CYPRUS
14th April to 4th September
Royal Museum of Scotland Chambers Street, Edinburgh
ADMISSION FREE OPEN: 10-5 MON-SAT, 2-5 SUN
Assisted by Cyprus Airways NATIONAL MUSEUMS OF SCOTLAND
Talk-i May. 6.30pm. L‘Abstraction Americaine by Duncan Macmillan.
Tallt l 1 May. 6.30pm. L'Experienee de l‘Abstractior by Richard (‘aly'oeoressi (Painting and sculpture from the Fifties and Sixties).
Le Nu Au Masculin 9 May— lilJune. In conjunction with 'Behold the Man' an exhibition ofthe male nude in photography at Stills Gallery. the I-"rencb Institute is presenting an exhibitionof photographs by six contemporary French-speaking photographers all of whom have a print in ‘Behold the Man'.
I FRUITMARKET GALLERY 29 Market Street. 225 2383. Tue- Sat 10am» 5.30pm: Sun I.3ilprn—5.3ilpm. Licensed cafe. Richard Hamilton I'ntil I May. Richard Hamilton has been one of Britain's leading artists for oyer thirty years. Made up ofthree rooms and a foycrdownstairs and an exhibition of prints on the themeot JamesJoy cc's Ulysses. this exhibition shows this position unchanged. One room contains a portrait of the Irish hunger striker in a cell. another the foyer oi a hotel and next to that a yideo ofMargaret Thatcher dispensing politics in an operating room. Though the latter w as made in 1984. it still has aehilling reference to the present. Richard Hamilton blends his skill ascommunicator with fine art. Talk Fri 29 Apr. 6. I5pm. 'I‘homaslaw son. artist and writer liying in New York. will give an illustrated talk on the Pop Art Moyement in America and Britain.
Open Exhibition 1-1 May -5 June. The first opeti exhibition originated by the l’ruitmarket's new director l‘iona Macleod. lilililentries are expected and the final selection will be made by Richard (‘alyocoressi (Keeper. (iallery of Modern Art ). Joanna Drew ( Director oi the Hayward Gallery l. (ieorge Ker‘eyari (Edinburgh District Councillor). Thomas Lawson (Artist and writer from New York ) and Alexander Mottat (Artist and lecturer at (ilasgow School oi Art).
I GALLERY OF MODERN ART licllord Road. 556 8921. Mon-~Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2—‘5pm. Restaurant. |l)|
The Eardley Archive From 7 May. Last year. Mrs. PM. Black. Joan liardlcy's sister gay e the gallery nearly 25(lsketches by the artist who captured the spirit ofthe (‘atterline landscape as perfectly as the crooked little faces of ( iorbals' urchins. An exhibition ofsorne of this work will be displayed in commemoration of the artist‘s death 25 years ago. A book (Joan liardlcy' 5.2.95) is to be published as part of the Scottish Masters series.
Permanent collection also on show. Some rooms may be closed due to redecoration. but Richard Long's Stone Line lined up with the fireplaces in the large central gallery is well worth a yisit. It is the first time that this 35ft rectangleof cut slate has been shown at Belford Road. I GATEWAY GALLERY 2—«1.-\bbeyrnount. 6010982. Mon-Sat Iixhibitions Mow-Sat 10am—5pm. Restaurant.
Beth Shadur L'ntil 30 Apr. This American muralist returns to Scotland from America with an exhibition of drawings and watercolours. She will also be working in the gallery with drug groups on a new mural.
I GALERIE MIRAGES The Lane. 46a Raeburn Place. Stockbridge. 315 2603. Mon—Sat l()am~5pm; Sun 2—<5pm. (‘losed Wed.
The Magic oi Puppets Lintil 3o Apr. Puppets from Turkey. Nepal and South-East Asia for the collector and child alike. Exotic and colourful.
I GRAEME MURRAY GALLERY 15 Scotland Street 556 6(l2ilTue—I‘ri 11am—5pm; Sat ltlam—lpm.
Sculpture and Works on Paper 30 Apr—2S May. Work by artists (most haye shown with the GMG before) including Ian Hamilton Finlay. Linda Taylor. Tracy Mackenna. Ulrich Ruckriern and Robert Mangold.
I HANOVER FINE ART 104 Hanover Street. 225 2450. Mon-Fri l()am-—5.3()pm; Sat ltlam-4pm.
Spring Mixed Exhibition Until 3 May. Work by oyer 30 artists. Wood-carving by Jonathan Mushlin.
I HART STREET GALLERY 219 l lart Street. 556 7069. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm; Sat
ltiarn-- 1 pm.
General display ofoils. watercoloursand prints. The gallery also operates a framing
I I‘IM GENERAL REGISTER HOUSE Princes Street. 556 6585. Mon—Fri 9am-4.3()pm. The Scots in Australia Until end Oct.
I ITALIAN INSTITUTE 2a Melyille Crescent 2263173 Mon- Fri loam—5pm (closed
1 —2pm ).
Pasquale Santoro 4—31 May. Etchings and drawings by an artist inspired by The Four Quarters by Eliot.
I KINGFISHER GALLERY 5 Northumberland Street Lane.
Gordon Bryce 2 —2h‘ May. Recent works.
I MALCOLM INNES GALLERY 67 George Street. 226 4151. Mon—Fri 9am—6pm; Sat lilam— Ipm.
Next exhibition: Charles H. Wooliord 1880-1910 ll 24 May. A retrospective of works in oil and watercolour including work by other Scottish artists painting
5 during the same period.
I NATIONAL GALLERY OF SCOTLAND The
i Mound. 556 S92] .Mon—Sat ltlam—5pm: Sun2—5pm.
: Turner's Illustrations to the Poetical Works of
Thomas Campbell l'ntil 31 May. A set of brilliantly coloured w atercolours add to the gallery ‘s already rich collection of watercolours by this Iinglish master. They will be exhibited this year in Apr. but will join the Vaughan Bequest paintings in January for future annual showings. Robert Herdman RSA1829-1888 28 Apr—2i) June. An exhibition to mark the centenary of a 19th century Scottish artist previoust oy ershadow ed by his contemporaries. 100 Master Drawings from the Permanent Collection 9 May-23 Oct. The new gallery for works on paper is opened with a splash of the best in the collection. The first 50 will be show it until July. the second 50 from August.
Redecorations and Restrictions L'ntil the end of June. the redecoration programme. begun w ith the red room last year. will continue in the main ground-ﬂoor galleries. The idea is to recall the spiritof the period in which the gallery was built and its architect Sir William I’layfair.
I NATIONAL LIBRARY OF SCOTLAND (ieorge I\’ Bridge. 226453I . Mon—Fri 9.3ilam- 5pm: Sat 9.3(lam~lpmz Sun
Scotland at Play tintil 15 May. Sportgets the documentary treatment as the library looks at its history in Scotland from the Middle Ages to today. Researched with characteristic thoroughness. its attention to detail is well-rewarded by the anecdotes it brings to light. Not much hasbeen oyerlooked. not even as a pen and ink sketch testifies. an Ib‘b’tlgame ofdeck qtioits. (SK)
I NETHERBOW 43 High Street. 5569579. Mon~Sat “lam—4.30pm and evenings when performances. Cafe.
The Magic of Puppets Until 3o Apr. Puppets lent by the Scottish Puppet Association brighten the Netherbow Foyer.
Artists and the Bible 4—28 May. Sax Shaw. John Muafangejo. Ronald Rae and Lottie (‘heyerton
I OPEN EYE GALLERY 75 Cumberland Street. 557 1020. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm;Sat 10am «1pm.
The following exhibitions run from 23 Apr~ 12 May:
Donald Manson Recent works. Gentle summer breezes.
Andrew Broughton-Tompkins Recent (‘eramics.
Rachel Gogerly Recent jewellery.
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