ART & EXHIBITIONS
theatrical evocation of time and place. using period furniture. sound effects and music as recalled by Faley.
Glaswegians by Glaswegians Until 29 .N‘ov. Pictures showing how Glaswegians see themselves. taken from the massive Cranhill Arts (‘entre photography project.
I STIRLING'S LIBRARY Royal Exchange Square, 331 2668. Mon/Tue 10am—5pm; Thurs 10-8pm; Fri/Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2—5pm.
Glasgow City at Architecture Until 30 Nov. Models. artefacts, trail-maps and videos trace the city‘s architectural riches.
I STREET LEVEL 279L281 Iligh Street. 552 2151. Wed—Sat 11am—6pm; Sun 2—4pm. Desert Canto VI: The Pit Until 2 Dec. The latest in the series by American Richard Misrach exploring the relationship between humans and the desert. The current subject is the burial sites in Nevada for livestock which die suddenly. due to — Misrach believes — contamination ofthe groundwater by nuclear testing. Large colour photographs juxtapose dead and decomposing animals with the stunning desert landscapes and skies. From Dunoon to Coney Island 3 Nov-2 Dec. An installation by Michel Naismith. incorporating photographs and Super-S ﬁlm. taken in seaside resorts in Scotland and America.
I SUB-SOCIAL Glasgow Underground Carriages. until 30 Nov.
Thirty-three poster, artworks in the spaces usually reserved for publicity images. They mimic and subvert advertising styles in a critique of the consumerist messages with which we are usually surrounded.
I THIRD EYE CENTRE 350 Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521. Tue-—Sat Ilium—5.30pm; Sun 2—5.30pm.
Sell-Conscious States Until 2 Dec. An installation by five young Glasgow artists. specifically created for Glasgow 1990. The five use the gallerv space as a small-scale model for a larger ‘self-conscious state‘ -- a physical and psychological locality. The artists will be in the gallery to talk about their work on Sat 17 Nov at 4.30pm.
I TRAMWAY Albert Drive. 423 9527. Daily 10am—10pm.
Temperamenti Until 18 Nov. A major exhibition of ten contemporary artists from the north of Italy. featuring some of the most influential names in modern sculpture. including large-scale works specially selected for the Tramway space. Hong Song Dam: Woodblocit Prints L'ntil 2 Dec. The exhibition transferred. with some additional material. from the Mitchell Library. Vivid woodcuts by the
artists have already visited and exhibited in Norway lixhibits include large—scale photographic pieces. and sculptural pieces involving flour.
I TRON THEATRE BAR Tron Theatre. 63 Trongate. information 227’ 5556. Tue Sat noon—midnight.
Letterlo Van 6th From Hell tiniil 31i.\ov . Oil paintings. drawings and \\ ritinng by Saad. an Iraqi artis i. once a political detainee. now a refuch in Glasgow Organised by Amnesty International.
I WASPS 26 King Street. 552 0564. Mon—Fri 9am-5pm; Sat 10.30am~5pm. A shop. exhibition space arid resource centre. with information on work by all WASPS artists. slide library and information about how to commission work.
Jude Burkhauser L'ntil 2.“. Nov. Original textile and mosaic dcsxgns. as w ell as preparatory research material for the acclaimed ‘(ilasgow ( iirls~ exhibition at the Art Gallery. Kelvingrovc.
I WILLIAM HARDIE LTD 141 West Regent Street‘2216780. Mott-i’ri 10am-5pm. Edouard Vuillard 9-23 Nov. V'ttillard was a leading member ofthe Ndhlsv ‘the Prophets‘ -- and helped to originate a new style of painting. involving a subtly decorative treatment ofinterior subjects. Scottish paintings from the gallery's stock alsoon show.
EDINBURGH . . .
I ADAM HOUSE (’hambers Street. information 447 4434. Tue - i-‘ri 10.30am-—‘)pni: Sat 10,31 iam- 5. 30pm.
Art Exhibition and Sale ‘tJntil 10 .Nov Also including levseiicry and L'raIIS. this isthc twenty—third exhibition and sale in aid of the ([anccr Research Campaign. with around 2000 pictures on show
I THE ASH GALLERY I 56 (,‘ariongate . 556 2160. Mon- Sat 10am 6pm.
Designs on Christmas L'ntil 10 Not . Small original works on paper by contemporary artistsand designers. all on a ('iiristmasor New Year theme.
I BARNES 8i FITZGERALD 47'b (iet irge Street. 220 13115. Mon—Sat 10.30am—5.30pm.
Mixed Exhibition tintil 3o Nov. Contemporary studio glass by artists iii. ing in Britain. contemporary jewellery. and paintings by local artists
I I LA BELLE ANGELE l lasties('losc.
5 (Iowgate l next to 36‘) (iallery ). 225 2774.
South Korean artist. who was sentenced to
seven years' imprisonment earlier this
year for sending slides of his work to North 3
Korea. In association with Amnesty lnternational‘s Art For Liberty campaign.
I TRANSMISSION GALLERY 28 King Street. I
552 4813. Mon—Sat noon-6pm.
Four Norwegian Artists Until 24 Nov. The return leg of the Transmissions current exchange programme — five Glasgow
Tue—Sat Sam—5pm. Cafe now open during
' gallery hours. Living by the Lens 9—24 Nov. Work by live local photographers. I BLUE MOON CAFE 60 Broughton Street. 556 2788. Mon-Sat 12—7pni. Ted Stagg Until 30 Nov. Island landscapes in acrylics by this Shetland artist. I BOURNE FINE ART 4 Dundas Street. 557 ' 4050. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm;Sat 10am—1pm. - Generalexhibition ofScottish paintings. 1800—1950. I BRUNTON THEATRE FOYER Brunton Ilall. Mtisselburgh. 665 3711. Mon~Sat 2—8pm. ' Tim Curtis and Keith Davidson Until 24 Nov. A photo-documentary by two local photographers recording the collaboration between Craigmillar Youth Theatre and the Oxford (‘ollege Players during the 1989 Edinburgh Fringe. I BYZANTIUM GALLERY Victoria Street. 225 I768.*‘)..‘vltin-Sztt 10am——5.30pm. Shirley Girdwood Until l7 Dec. Recent paintings and drawings. Marie Barbour limit 17 Dec. Recent woodcuts. I CALTON GALLERY 11) Royal Terrace. 556 1010. Mon-Iiri It)am--6pm: Sat 10am—1pm. A display of 19th century Scottish paintings. including still-lifes. watercolours and some sculptures. I CENTRAL LIBRARY George IV Bridge. 225 5584. Mon-Fri 9am-8pm; Sat 9am— 1 pm Needlepoint and Ceramics Until 30 Nov.
Fine Art Library.
= Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop t Emil 3o Nov. Main staircase.
Arlllnlt L¢nti120.\'ov. An exhibition by the organisation concerned with increasing access to the arts for disabled people. Edinburgh Room.
StKilda Exhibition Until 1 Dec. Scottish Library.
I CITY ART CENTRE 2 Market Street. 225 2424 ext 6650. Mon Tue/Sat 10am "(\pllI. \\ cdfl‘hurs Fri 10.tiii>--9pm: Sun Iii-ppm. . licensed cat-c il)].
A Capital Collection L'ntil l Dec. A
‘ selection of Scottish paintings and works on paper from the gallery‘s permanent collection of Scottish art.
Capital Environment Limit 17 Nov Photographs of Edinburgh fioni a competition organised by the Water tit Icitli Trust. which is being judng by (‘olin Baxter.
I COLLECTIVE GALLERY 166 High Street. 2201260. Wed- Sun I2.31L5.30pm Derek McGuire 10 Nov -2 Dec. McGuire paints images from the raceti .ick and dogtrack- places rich 1"] myth and menioi able characters. both human and animal. where the language spoken is that ofthe gambler.
I EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART Lauriston Place. 22‘) 931 I. Mon—Thurs 10am —.‘<pm; Fri 10am—4pm; Sat/Sun 10am-2pm.
The Queen’s Award to Industry Until 21
' Atkinson‘s photographs of St Kiltia and
Work by Vicki Forest and Alex McQueen.
I THE FRUITMARKET GALLERY Market
Nov. A Design Council exhibition. ! celebratingthe annual awards ‘ twenty~tifth anniversary. Sculpture L‘ottrt. Twenty-Five Years On Until l 1 Not. Another quarter-century being marked here. this time of architectut al practice at Reiaeh and Hall. Andrew Giant ( iallery . Years ol Practice 14 -3ti \‘ov Sharp practice front the London Graphic Design Company. Andrew Grant (iallei v.
I EDINBURGH PRINTMAKERS WORKSHOP AND GALLERY 23 Union Street. 557 2479 Mon-Sat l0am- 5.30pm
Elspeth Lamb: Touchstones Unit] 17 Nov. New work by an artist with agrowing reputation: textured images printed on paper and silk. on a scale unusual in printmaking
Printmaking Course ilk-1 1 Nov. riot £25). An introduction to etching. lithography and screen printing ('all in or phone for an application form.
I EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE 20L'hambcrsSticct. i‘vlon-l‘ri illamnh’pm; Sat Sun 11am-3pm Island Doing 1': in Nov. Robert
other outer llebridean Islands front the archives DI the School olScOtlish Studies. I FILMHOUSE Lothian Road. 228 265%. Mon -Sat noon-l 1pm; Sun 6.10-4 ipm. Steps Until 30 Nov. Work from the Gorgie~Dalry photographic wot ksliop. The permanent exhibition oft uban screen prints continues in the restaurant and bar.
I FINE ART SOCIETY 137(vt-orge Street. 2206170. Mon Fri “Liliane-5.30pm 1 Sat 10am-4pm.
Sir David Muirhead Bone1876—19531.'titil 17 Nov. .\ highly skillcddraugnl sman. Bone started otit as an architect and later became official war artist in both World Wars.
Leonard Flosomait: Recent Paintings 14 Nov ~15 Dec. Rosoman is an artist and muralist . trained as a draughtsman . w hose work is variously described as‘funny. engaging and substantial‘ and ‘quirky. informed and intelligent‘.
I FLYING COLOURS GALLERY 35 William Street. 225 6776. 'I'tic— liri 11am—6pm. Sat Itiani--- 1pm.
Rosemary Beaton Until 10 Nov. New work in pastels by the 1W4 winner ofthe National Portrait Award. depicting jazz musicians and landscapes. with some interiors and life drawings.
Murray and Thorp 15 Nov—21 Dec. Still life paintings by (‘athy Murray with painterlv pastels of Edinburgh and cm irons by Selina 'I‘horp.
I THE FRENCH INSTITUTE 13 Randolph Crescent. 225 5366. Mon Fri 9.30am—5.30pm;Sat‘).30am~1.30pm. Regards Sur l'art: Photography Looks at Painting Until 30 Nov. Around iifty signed photographs by some of the most prominent names in contemporary photography. All share the same theme. the photographer regarding pictorial art. the art gallery and the public viewer.
18 NOVEMBER 1990
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