I COLERIDGE GALLERY 47b George Street. 220 1305. Mon-Sat 10am—5.30pm. Contemporary British studio glass will be on show until 12 Aug. I COLLECTIVE GALLERY 166 High Street. 220 1260. Tue—Sat 12.30—5.30pm. Member's Group Show Until 5 Aug. A dozen artists. all members ofthe Gallery. display their work which consists mainly of paintings as well as some sculptures. The next show at the Gallery will be Ottthe Beaten Track: New Canadian Art which begins 12 Aug. I CRAMOND SCULPTURE CENTRE Moray House College. Cramond Road North. 312 6001 ext 272. Sun—Sat lOam—nightfall. Buses to Cramond 41. and 18. Scottish Connection 5 Aug-30 Sept. The first exhibition of contemporary Scottish sculpture to be shown both north and south of the border features around 22 works including purple terrazzo heads. painted paper horses and huge steel arcs. I THE DANISH CULTURAL INSTITUTE 3 Doune Terrace. 225 7189. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm. Public Art in Denmark 7 Aug—2 Sept. Anders Tinsbo exhibits some ofhis drawings anti sculptures. with which he makes a nice little earner for himself under the 1"? Public Art Scheme in Denmark. I EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART Lauriston Place. 229 9311. Mon—Thurs l0am—8.30pm. Fri l0am—5pm. Sat Iliam—noon. The next exhibition is to be a Robin Phillipson retrospective. beginning 10 Aug. I EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY LIBRARY EXHIBITION HALL George Square. 225 1915. Mon—Fri9am—5pm. Librarte 2-25 Aug (closed 4—1 1 Aug). A history of Italian art as found in the books of the major publishing houses of Italy. Also on show are five sculptures and some of the Sardinian carpets that formed the last exhibition organised by the Italian Institute. I ENGLISH SPEAKING UNION 23 Atholl Crescent. 229 I528. Mon—Sat 10am--4.30pm. There will be no exhibitions at the Gallery until 10Aug when theirFestivaI Exhibition opens. Scottish Art 89 11 Aug—2 Sept. Around 50 contemporary Scottish artists have been invited to submit work to this exhibition. I FILMHOUSE Lothian Road. 228 2688. Mon—Sat noon—l 1pm: Sun 630—] lpm. Photographs by Edinburgh Photographer Chris McNulty Until 11 Aug. Shop windows are used to capture reflections of Edinburgh and Glasgow in these large photographic prints. I FASTFRAME 6A Frederick Street. 225 4848. Mon—Sat 9am—5.30pm. World Images 4 Aug— 1 6 Sept. Scottish landscapes anti nature prints by Wallace. MacMillan and Blais. I FINE ART SOCIETY 12 Great King Street. 5560305. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5.30pm. Sat 10am—1pm. New Acquisitions L'nti15 Aug. In return for their previous exhibition. State of the Art going to Glasgow‘s Fine Art Gallery. Edinburgh receives a scaled-down version of the exhibition put together by its counterpart, which contains contemporary and 19th century paintings and includes some new work by artists who have exhibited at the Gallery in the ast. The McTaggarts and Other Artistic Families 12 Aug—5 Sept. Which includes 15 Scottish families whose members grew up with a paintbrush in their hands. I FLYING COLOURS GALLERY 35 William Street. 225 6776. Tue—Fri 11am—6pm. Sat 10am—1pm. The Gallery will have an exhibition of contemporary Scottish Paintings from stock until 5 Aug. Connie Simmers 10Aug-9 Sept. The artist‘s first solo exhibition comprises of 40 new oil paintings. mainly landscapes of

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. H ’1 “3 ii I Collins Gallery, Glasgow. Oladele Bamgboye, Anne Elliott and Annie Cattrell in The Colour oi Your Voice.

Engaging with the ditterent mediums oi photography, drawing/painting and sculpture, commonalities can be iound between these three artists in that each shares a concern with the possibilities of a visual language influenced by personal history and communication with sell in a transmutative way.

The photographic works at Oladele Bamgboye use his body, belongings and home as beginning at an exploration of identity and the subjective meaning oi interiors which are both self-determined and objectively observed. Just like the construction at memory-hazy, illusory and ambiguous, Bamgboye employs the techniques oi multi-layered negatives, oiten underexposed, to create images which are both sensitive and intimate yet always tluid. Whether using his bed, nude body or personal belongings such as photographs and plants, he meditates upon their personal meaning and power in a mannerwhich avoids alienation.

Anne Elliott’s charcoal drawings and paintings, expressionist in style, show

Charcoal drawing -Anne Elliot

Sculpture— Annie Cattrell

the intensity at emotional lite —anger, sadness, exploitation— in a way which uses the application of paint and the building up at layers as a psychological process. Portraits ol iriends, lover and herseli, isolated and strong, capture the entanglements of personal expenence.

Annie Cattrell seeks to ‘rellect the transience and vulnerability’ or day to day living in hersculpture. Using a range at materials, trom steel wool and padded silk to leathers and mirrors, she creates surrealistic objects exploring disharmony through combinations ot ditlering materials and geometric structures which make relerence to the concentric nature at organic farms and the linearity of architecture.

The exhibition coheres well despite the institutional removal of some at Bamgboye's photographs on account at their representation of male nudity. This reinforces the importance of the work in dealing with male experience, which in his photography always remains intimate and relational and certainly does not attend the female gaze. A thought provoking exhibition. (Lorna J. Waite)

Portugal and Scotland.

I FRENCH INSTITUTE 13 Randolph Crescent. 225 5366. Mon—Fri 9.30am—lpm and 2—5.30pm.

The Gallery will be closed until the Festival Exhibition in Aug.

I THE FRUITMARKET GALLERY Market Street. 225 2383. Mon—Sat 10am-5.30pm Sun l—5.30pm.

The Gallery will be closed until 5 Aug. Armando 5 Aug—23 Sept. The Dutch artist presents his large landscapes which are heavily influenced by his adolescence in wartime Holland. On a lighter note the Gallery will be showing videos of his 1974 cult TV show Gentleman's Sorrow which

was a sort of Dutch Monty Python's Flying

Circus. Incidentally Armando claims not to be able to remember his real name.

I GALERIE LA BELLE ANGELE 11 Hasties Close. Cowgate (behind 369 Gallery) Mon—Fri l0am—5.30pm; Sat 11am—4pm. Framing for artists done on the premises. I GALERIE MIRAGES Raeburn Place. 315 2603. Tue—Sat 10.30am—4.30pm. Sun 2—4.30pm. closed Mondays.

Display from the Gallery‘s stock until the Festival exhibition begins in Aug.

The Horse 2 Aug— 10 Sept. Antique and

n idcrn examplesofman'stributetoone ot \is most treasured animals. The

exhibition includes wood carvings. metal work. textiles and paintings from India. SE Asia and the Middle East.

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

The gallery’s justly renowned cafe is open Mon—Sat 10.30am—4.30pm; Sun 2.30—4.20pm. Cream teas will be served from 3—4. 15pm.

Scottish Art Since 1900 L'nti124 Sept. Far more of the national collection is on show than ever before. with the entire Gallery given over to this exhibition which traces the development of Scottish Art through the 20th century taking as its twin poles of reference the early Colourists and the aggressively figurative painters ofthe 1980s. This is the first major survey of Scottish painting encompassing the turn of the century artists such as .I D Fergusson and SJ. Peploe through the Edinburgh School. McTaggart. Redpath and Maxwell to the post war generation Eduardo Paolozzi. William Turnbull and Alan Davie. right up to the present day represented by Stven Campbell. Ken Currie and Adrian Wiszniewski amongst others.

I GRAEME MURRAY GALLERY [5 Scotland Street. 5566020. Tue—Fri 10am—5pm. Sat


The Gallery is closed until the Festival exhibition begins on 4 Aug. The Sanguine Surrender 4—30 Aug. The exhibition is a display of photographs that appear in the book of the same name. subtitled ‘a tribute to Mars‘, by the Dutch artist Pieter Laurens Mol which is being published in Aug. Mol has explored the themes of industrial decay and the misuse of technology and also presents an installation made from 6ft lengths ofsteel tubing. '

I HANOVER FINE ART 22A Dundas Street , 5562181. Mon—Fri 10am-5.30pm; Sat 10am—4pm.

Recent Work by Four Scottish Artists Until 8 Aug. The artists in question being George Young (ceramics). Moira Robb (paintings), Colin Wishart (photographs) and Shiela Wishart (tapesteries).

I HILLSIDE GALLERY Hillside St. 556 6440, Tue—Sat 10.30am—6pm.

Working Girls Until 21 Aug. Louise Solloway exhibits some of her life-size models of London transvestites based on sittings by such salubrious names as Lily Savage and Donna Kebab, who will make an appearance in person in drag along with several of their fellow cross dressers for the Festival opening on 14 Aug.

I ITALIAN INSTITUTE 82 Nicolson Street, 668 2232. Mon 2-5pm. Tue 9am—5pm, Wed 2—7pm. Thurs 9am—5pm. Fri 9am—2pm.

The Institute's Festival Exhibition will be at the Edinburgh University Library Exhibition Hall.

I KINGFISHER GALLERY Northumberland Street Lane. 557 5454. Mon-Sat mam—4.30pm.

William Baillie: New Works Until 29July. Recently completed oils and watercolours. mainly studies of Indian subjects.

Russian Contemporary Painters 4 Aug—2 Sept. 25 to 30 paintings from Russia will be on show during the Festival.

I MALCOLM INNES GALLERY 67 George Street. 226 4151. Mon—Fri 9.30am—6pm; Sat 10am—1pm.

19th and 20th Century Scottish landscapes and sporting prints.

I NATIONAL GALLERY OF SCOTLAND The Mound, 5568921. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2—5pm.

Until 29 July the permanent display will still be on show now including the recently opened Renaissance Gallery.

El Greco: Mystery and Illumination 29July—3 Sept. This major exhibition. reflectingthe Spanish theme of this year‘s Edinburgh Festival. includes paintings on loan from Naples and New York as well as one ofEl Greco‘s finest paintings; Fabula. the Gallery‘s latest purchase.

I NATIONAL LIBRARY OF SCOTLAND George 1V Bridge. 226 4531. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5pm; Sat 9.30am— 1 pm; Sun

2 m—S m.

300 Years 300 Books Until 11 November. An exhibition celebrating the tercentenary of the foundation ofthe National Library whose origins go back to


For exhibition details, see listings page

Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday 10.30530

Admission Free

56‘) Gallery is subsidised by the Scottish Arts (louncil and the (iity of Edinburgh District (Iouncil

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