I FINE ART SOCIETY 12 Great King Street. 5560305. Mon- Sat 10am-6pm.

Geoflery Ropers) July—6 Aug. An Edinburgh-based artist.

I FLYING COLOURS GALLERY 35 William Street. 225 6776. Tue-Fri 1 lam-6pm; Sat 10am“ 1pm.

Contemporary Scottish artists throughout June. Beaches 20July- 17 Aug. Recent

w atcrcolours by Charlie Mackesy.

I FRENCH INSTITUTE 13 Randolph Crescent . 225 5366. Mon—Fri 9.31lam— I pm and 2prn-5.30pm.

The Institute will be closed from the beginningot July until the first weekof August. Next exhibition will be duringthe Festival.

I FRUITMARKET GALLERY 2*) Market Street. 225 2383. Tue—Sat “lam-5.30pm; Sun I.30pm«5.3Upm. Licensed cafe. Lucian Freud Until 24 July. Follows the major showing of Freud's work at the Hayward Gallery. London. See Gallery of Modern Art

Neville Brody L'ntil 31 July. Brody has arguably done more than any other graphic designer to change the face of magazine design in Britain over the last ten years and his work has been enormously influential. See feature in the next issue of [he List. A major exhibition on tour from the \' 6Q A.

I GALERIE MIRAGES The 1.ane.-I6a Raebui‘n I’Iaee. Stockbridge. 315 2603. Mon Sat 10am- 5pm; Sun 2-5pm. Closed Wednesdays.

Flowers I.'ntil 31 July. Ancient and modern embroidered textiles from India. made by girls as part of their dowry .

I GALLERY OF MODERN ART Belford Road. 556 8921. Mon-Sat “lam—5pm; Sun 2 5pm. [1)] Cafe. The gallery's justly renowned cafe is open Mon-Sat

10.30am 4.30pm (lunches noon-2.30pm). Sun 2.304.30pm. Well worth timingyour y isit accordingly. The Eardley Archive Limit 3 Sept. Lovely exhibition of small works by this major talent of 20th century Scottish art. marking the 25th anniversary of her death. Includes poignant details such asa Christmas card Eardley made at the age of only nine as well as many of her arresting and thoughtful sketches. A book on Izardley will be published as part ofthe Scottish Masters series. price £2.95. See also Scottish Gallery. Portraits oI Painters Until 7 ()Ct. Many of the young bloods of the contemporary Scottish art scene are painted by Alexander Moffat. Moffat has had ample opportunity to study his subjects since he taught some of them at Glasgow School of Art.

Lucian Freud: Paintings 1947-1987 Until 16 ()ct. Complementary exhibition to the show at the Fruitmarket. followingthe major exhibition of Freud‘s work at the Hayward. London. Nearly all ofthe 40 paintings were included in the London show and this will be a welcome and important chance to see so much of Freud’s work together. See also Fruitmarket Gallery.

Six Paintings by Francis Bacon Throughout the summer. A roomful of Bacons. on loan to the gallery for the summer. Thoughtful and provocative. Room 17 closed for re-decoration.

In the Gallery Garden Mondays Illam-noon throughout July. Young visitors aged 7 to 14 years are invited to take part in a mural project which will place the gallery in an imaginary setting. Tel above no. for further details and to book in advance; also see Kids Page.

I GATEWAY GALLERY 2—4 Abbeymount. 6610982. Exhibitions Mon-Sat Ilium-5pm. Restaurant.

AIDS (and nobody wants to know) 8—31 July. Fourteen pastel drawings by Diana Constance. an American artist. now working in London. Initiated bythe People‘s Gallery. Camden. London. There will also be a one-day event on 8 July. 11am—5pm. on the theme Working

Together. with several speakers from London and Edinburgh w ho are in\ oly ed in the AIDS field.

I GLADSTONE'S LAND Lawnmarket. 22h 5856 or 226 5922. Mon—Sat 10am 4 30pm; Sun 24.30pm.

Summer Exhibition Until 22 July . Watercolours by Vivian Grant. pottery by Joan Faith. woodcarving by John Scotield and Bruce Frost.

I GRAEME MURRAY GALLERY 15 Scotland Street 556 6020Tue~Fri 11am - 5pm; Sat 10am—1pm.

Next exhibition ‘Dreaming the Gokstadt—Northern Lands and Islands-Recent Work by 'I'IioinasJoshua Cooper' 13 Aug-I7 Sept.

I HANOVER FINE ART III-t I lanoy er Street. 225 2450. Mon—Fri 1(Iam— 5.30pm; Sat lllam-4pm.

Summer Mixed Exhibition UJuly- mid Aug. 30 Scottish artists. some old. some new Woodcarvings by Alan I.aidle r. ceramics by'Joy Taylor. jewellery by John Wilson. I HART STREET GALLERY 1*) Hull Street. 556 706‘). .\1on--Sat 10am 6pm

General selection of paintings and pi iiiis Next exhibition in August. I-‘raniing service available.

I HM GENERAL REGISTER HOUSE Princes Street. 556 6585. Mon- I'ri‘lam 4 30pm The Scots in Australia L'ntiI end ( iei see also National Library.

I ITALIAN INSTITUTE 2a Melt ille ( ’rescent 226 3173 Mon -I’ri 10am 5pm (closed

1 -2pm).

Noexhibitions at the Institute in July.

I KINGFISHER GALLERY 5 Northumberland Street 1.ane.55" 5-154 Mon—Sat mam—4.30pm. The Edinburgh School 1988 .s' July o Aug Thirteen artists from Edinburgh. all of them well-known. contribute to this mixed exhibition. Robin l’hilipson. John Houston. Eileen Lawrence. Bill Baillie and David Michie are among the artists who are bound to come together in a colourful and sophisticated display

I MALCOLM INNES GALLERY 67 ( ieor ge Street. 226-1151. Mon- Fri 9am. 6pm; Sat 10am— 1pm.

General display until next exhibition Thorburn's Scotland which opens 2011in

I NATIONAL GALLERY OF SCOTLAND I lie Mound.556 8921..\Ion—Sat 10am 5pm. Sun 2—5pm.

100 Master Drawings from the Permanent Collection Until 23 ()ct. Inaugural exhibition of the new gallery dey oted to Prints and Drawings: one hundred drawings from the permanent collection. shown in two batches of 50 (first selection on view until end ofJuIy'). A complete understanding of draughtsmanship lay behind the work of the old masters and this is beautifully illustrated here in work by Rembrandt. Claude and I’iranesi and many others.

Redecoralions and Restrictions L'nril the end ofJune. the redecoration progi amine. begun with the red room last year. w ill continue in the main groundfloor galleries. The idea is to recall the spit it of the period in which the gallery was btiill and its architect Sir William I’layfair

I NATIONAL LIBRARY OF SCOTLAND George IV Bridge. 226 4531. Mon I-ri 9.30am—5pm; Sat 9.3(lam- 1pm; Sun 2pm—5pm.

Scotland and Australia Until 15 ()ct Highly detailed. documentary style exhibition packed full ofilluminating and quirky facts relating to the Scots in Australia. Rather dense to take in at one go but w ill repay repeated visits. A new book lliu/ Lunduf Exiles by Eric Richards(11.\1S() £5.95) has been published to coincide with the exhibition. See also HM Register House.

I NETHERDOW 43 High Street. 556 957‘). Mon«Sat mam—4.30pm and evenings when performances. Cafe.

Images at the Old Town 6-30 July. '1 he results ofa competition held by the Netherbow for work on the old town subject in any medium.


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The Scottish Photography Group Gallery. 105 High Street, Edinburgh, 031 5571140




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MARDI BARRIE. RSVV RECENT I’AIN'I'INGS RECENT ACQUISITIONS including works by: Cadell. Eardley. Gillies. Mae'l‘aggart and Redpath.

THE METAL VESSEL British Metalwork Until 6th August

Mon Fri 9am 5.30pm Sat 9.30am 2pm

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