British debut for a talented Algerian artist.

I CANONGATE TOLBOOTR Royal Mile. 225 2424. Mon—Sat 10am-6pm. E The People’s Story The museum relates the i story ofthe people of Edinburgh. told in their own words and through photographs and re-created tableaux.

I CENTRAL LIBRARY George [V Bridge. 225 5584. Mon-Fri 9am—8pm; Sat

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Interactive Earth Until 26 Apr. Welcome return of the Fruitmarket. albeit temporarily. for an exhibition which draws its inspirations from the geological formations of the environment. The three artists involved Louise Turmine . Susan Porteous and Mary Bourne explore the environment through pastels. stone

gam_1pm. , carvings and large. abstract paintings. 20th Century Scottish Dramatists Until 27 ; Exploring Science Until 30 Apr. Fantastic Apr ‘hands-on‘ exhibition involving lasers.

David Doull: Portraits of Edinburgh Citizens in 19th Century Until 2(lApr. I CHESSEL GALLERY Moray House College. llolyrood Road. Mon—Sat 10am-5pm. Annie Cattrell: Recent Work Tue 9—20 Apr. The first artist to take up residency in a

coloured oils and lots of gooey sand: Entrance: £1.

I GALERIE MIRAGES Racburn Place. 315 2603. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm: Sat ltlam—5.3(lpm.

Chapai: The Art of Hand Block Printing Until 6 Apr. [land-printed textiles. mainly from

psychiatric hospital. Cattrell professes a India. fascination with ‘the cyclical nature and l IGALLERY 0F MODERN ART Belford . . . vulnerability ofthe human condition‘. t . Road. 5568921. Mon—Sat ll)am—5pm;Sun This exhibition was organised by the Susan Hitler: An Entertainment, Third i is the father of a family that is the 2-5pm. [DI‘C ate . Charitable t’rganisitlit’“ ARTUNK- Eye Centre, Glasgow source of evil. He beats his wife The gallery sziu'stly rcgtiwneq Ctth 18090" figegtficyw 3&5“ lgbémi‘gh Strcc“ If you watch children watching a Punch ‘Where’s my stick? That's the wall to do 34g1t4sjz);‘l’l-1 ~ ““m‘4-~ “Pmt 5"" Dona” Pm“; Becamwwfm (F27 Apr. and Judy show itis possmle to see, it and his baby— Horrid baby. The permanent display includes a new paintings and drawings which my“. me Fm. disgmsed by their laughter, a fear Smelly baby - and despite moments of acquisition _ Antony Gormlcy.mulpmc Coastline near East Wcmyss as their which is provoked by the show and . . remorse, kills them. He also kills the Pme,” mm,‘ as we” as works by Dali‘ starting point. and. as their inspiration. dispersed by the fact that they know it is symbol of external order, the Magritte and pm” the man-made remnants of the coastal ‘only‘ a Show, and one to he laughed at. policeman. Andre Derain: The Late Work Until 26 May. mining industry which litter the shore and Experiencing Susan Hitler's latest Punch is often used as a figure of The French artist Andre Dentin. “Wk” 1‘“ 50”“ 0f mcmt’r'fs- , work, at the Third Eye Centre, made me anarchic jollity. What Hiller has done £1888] 19:54') is hiileknown’for hisprIe3-19ll) :CBA'gm'EuZUBRQEJ 41313:: F . remember what that feeling was like. in her deconstruction of the story is to {2:365:533:1L81§(’d'?;LaS?AZ‘;:§;“c2::‘f

Hitler has taken the Punch and Judy expose the underlying structure of the ' i ' 9; —8.3() :3; t9' m—1 m. . . . . . . the move away from the avant-garde work CrieTi‘gmilla‘rnRLrlraitstntier-, 130 story, Videoed it, and re-presented it to family andthe Violence lphySIcal or of the Cubism and Abstracmn _ a .rcmm photographs ofcmigminar residents, us. Four projectors ensure that the psychological) upon which it is to O,de which characterised French an taken by Tim Curtis and showing five per audience is surrounded by . predicated. We depend upon the law of between the “1;”ng exhibition Gimme fortnight. while stockslast. floor-to-ceiling images, and different the father; the father is not always than 1(X)paintings,draw1ngs and prints l EDWBURGH PR'NTMAKERS WORKSHOP sound sources also surround us. We benign, and the dependency can be concentrates on this aspect of Derain‘s ‘3‘” 52“ng 23333:“ 5"““~ 5572479 hear fairground sounds— laughter, deadly. As one would exntedctdtrotm d t: i "n' 3‘ am‘w m- " ° _ ' a eisno i ac ic,an ~‘ ' Recemwms mm m Collection Unmg traditional music, shouts . repeated Hitler, the mess a P h. h Com. my manytimes, in chronological order. is many-layered. s unc sdump, .GRAEME MURRAY GALLERY ISSleand Geomy Mama": .In'emo. Um“ 19A” Punch, Judy, the baby, the policeman, nose and lihl'll are psallicagirgbdzies are Street 556 6020 “Hm mamépm; Sat A b00k0f21dry point etchings based on the ghost, crocodile and horse all traditiona so was ese . 108mm,“. Dante‘s/rifemo. appear. farlrom arbitrary). 89 100 Htllef ‘WithoutReality, the CrudenessotArtwould I FILMHOUSE Lothian Road, 228 2688. It's a truly scary story. Bruno employs certain devrces on her , . . H Mon-Sat "00an 1pm: Sun 6-30-1 1901- Bettelheim, in his research on audience. The ‘translators are people 3'0"? 39"“ Um” 24 5F”- A 569W “"35" traditional tales, points out that for whom English is not their first «Year f fi”, "’_5 ,"f :1”; bf‘f’f" 'Waficf‘“ ultimately, no matter how scary, they language. The narrative IS broken up. 1"?” 9M“ d," . 9‘7”? C d 9'18,“ t, L reassure the child: the protagonists win The piece begins and ends With a i assumption that inanimate ()bJCCiS have no . . n . Th dience is unsure ui'e ,. me for“, the dayover the widows and there is cu am. e au , q I rm: rim soc|ETy137 George Street, a ‘happily-ever-after’. Punch and Judy, which way to turn next. It s not always 2206370. Mon—Fri 9.3(lam-5.3(lpm; Sal however is a relentless tale, and it’s clear what is happening. The whole 10am-1pm notablethatBettellieim doesn't complexdy of the work would probably New TOW? Mists 180071950 Until Tuc9 mention it. Rather than the outside only become apparent after a few At"- A “W” We“ d'm‘mY 0‘ Works by force the wolf, the troll, the witch - it viewings. (Hilary Robinson)

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Street. 225 6776. Tue—Fri 11am—6pm; Sat Tony Valentine: Paintings and Sculptures Fri

. . 10am—1pm. 12 Apr—3 May. An Edinburgh-born artist. flat '"_L0nd°" Street was 3“ art‘s“ Peter Graham Until 17 Apr, 3010 Valentine received considerable acclaim mCC‘mg PIacc mthc 19505- exhibition following Graham‘s stintas for his first exhibitions at the Demarcoand Lama" Landscapes M0" 1.5 Apr‘7_May' arist-in-residence at the Nanyang Machllan Gallery. Since 1967 he has 19thccntury watercolourists and. in Academy of Fine Arts in Singapore. been living and working in France, and particular. the work of Robert Noble . I THE FRENCH INSTITUTE 13 Randolph this is first Scottish exhibition for twenty (1:57; 1917) which is felt to deserve wrder Crescent 225 5366. MomFfi years. La Langue by Glasgow artist Robin Cameron a en ion. . . . . . . I FLYING COLOURS GALLERY 35 William 9.30am 5.30pm, Sat 9.30am 1.30 pm. I FRUITMARKET GALLERY 29 Market at Mt Exposgrew Glasgow

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