Dtto Dirt: The Dresden Collection of Works on Paper Until 11) May. £2 (£1 ). ()ne Iialfofa collaborative celebration to mark the centenary of the birth of()tto Dix— Germany‘s best known 2(lth century realist painter. declared as a ‘degenerate' under the Nazi regitne. While the Tate

SNGMA concentrates on Dix as draughtsman. with watercolours. drawings. gouaches and prints from all phases of his career. Both exhibitions are organised by Keith Ilartley. Assistant Keeper at the SNGMA.

Edward Baird 1904—1949 t'ntil 17 May. Selected works by a little-known Scottish painter notable for the almost photographic attention to detail ofhis paintings and for a style that vergeson Surrealism.

I HANOVER FINE ART 22A Dundas Street. 556 2181. Mon—Fri ltl.3(lam—-6pm; Sat Illam—4pm.

Ronald Mayor: Experiences t'ntil Mon to Mar. Around 311 oils record the ‘spontaneous experiences‘ of an artist w ho has been a chest physician. drama critic. director of the Scottish Arts Council and Professor at a Canadian university. A mixed show of works by gallery artists

Feel free to bring a friend!

Sale of Work


at WASPS Studio Patriothall, afi Hamilton Place. Stockbridge

Handmade paper - watercolour transfer; relief work 8: colour collage. From £3.00 to £200.

Fri 13 March 6.30pm onwards (wme. chat and cheque-barbs)

Sat 14 March 11am - 5pm Sun 15 March 1pm - 5pm

Phone 554 6707 to arrange alternative viewing.


The Dresden Collection of Works on Paper

29 February - 10 May 1992 Scottish National Gallery

of Modern Art Beliord Road, Edinburgh

Admission £2.00 Concessions £1.00

Also showing: EDWARD BAIRD 29 February 17 May 1992. Admission free

Monday to Saturday 10-5, Sunday 2-5

g-..“ _ _ ___-._- 54 The List 13 26 March 1992

| (iallery in London shows his paintings. the

runs concurrently with this exhibition. Cats and Other Animals Sat 21 Mar—6 Apr. A mixed show by gallery artists.

I KINGFISHER GALLERY 5 Northumberland Street Lane. 557 545-1. Mon—Fri 9. 3(lam—4.3t)pm.

New Faces L'ntil 4 Apr. Paintings bysix artists new to lidinburgh galleries-- five paintersand one ceramicist.

I MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD 42 1 1iin Street. 225 2424. Mon—Sat lllam—6pm.

The best days of your Iife'.’ Toys. videos and various kids' bits and pieces shed sortie light on how it was for everyone else. I NATIONAL GALLERY OF SCOTLAND The Mound. 556 S921. Mon—Sat lllam—-5pm: Sun 2—5pm.

The home of a fine collection of works. from the Renaissance to Post- Impressionism. including \'eIazque/.. Iil (ircco. Rembrandt. (iainsborough.

' Degas. Van (iogh and Scottish Colourists.

A recent addition to the collection is Alexander Nasmyth's illuminating Princes Street in 1825.

Palaces at Art: Art Galleries in Britain 1790-1990L'nti13 May. A look back at the

design and display of art galleries over the

last 2(lllvears.

I NATIONAL LIBRARY OF SCOTLAND (ieorge 1\' Bridge. 226-I531. Mon—Sat 9.311am—5pm: Sun 2—5pm.

Contemporary Illustration l'ntil Sun 15 Mar. A behind-the-scenes exploration of the role played by illustration and design in the media. product packagingand textiles - how it impinges on our livesand how we take it for granted.

I NETHERBOW ARTS CENTRE 4311iin Street. 556 9579. Mon Sat Illarti--4.3Ilpm. The Preacher and the Goldsmith Admission £12“ £1 511p. lixhibition about next-door- neighbour. John Knox's I louse.

_ I OPEN EYE GALLERY 75 Cumberland Street. 557 111211. Mon—Fri 1(1am—6pm.Sat


Iixhibitions until Thurs 26 Mar: Peter Bourne RSW: Paintings. Phil Rogers: Ceramics.

; Julie Sellars:Jewellery. I PALACE 0F HDLYRDDDHDUSE Royal

Mile. Mort-Sat 9.31Mm—3A5pm. £1 (75p). Royal Residences ot the Victorian Era t 'ntiI Sat 21 Mar. Twenty -eight magnificently

detailed watercolours from the Roy al

Library at Windsor Castle. commissioned by Queen Victoria to record interiors of

the Royal Family‘s variousabodes.

I PORTFOLIO GALLERY 43 Candlemaker Row . 221) I91I.Tue—Satnoon—5.3(Ipm. John Blakemore: lnscape t'ntil Sat 28 Mar. A celebration of twenty years‘ work: primarily known as a landscape photographer. Blakemore‘s approach to

hissubject is anything butconventional. - ratherhisimagesare‘sensualstilI-Iifc

studies. . . imbued with the rich beautyof age. corruption and decay.‘ I PORTRAIT GALLERY Queen Street. 556

S921. Mon—Sat Illam—5pm; Sun 2-5pm.

1 [1)]. Cafe.

John Bellany's new portrait of Sir Peter Maxwell Davies is now on show. as well as Scotland's bonniest and beastliest monarchs. politicians. writers and artists— not to mention the footballers— and a very fine cafe toboot.

Kenneth MacLeay: Landscapes. Portraits and Miniatures L'ntil 21) Apr. An exhibition devoted to the life's work ofoneof Scotland's better-known 19th century watcrcolourists.

I OUEEN'S HALL Clerk Street. 668 3456. Daily Illam-6pm or later on concert nights.

Anne Gilchrist L'ntil 4 Apr. Abstract works which ‘recall and evoke the external world'.

I ROYAL BOTANIC GARDEN Inverleith Row. 552 7171. Mon—Sat 9am—sunset; Sun Ham—sunset. Cafe. [D].

Living in a Rainlorest L'ntil April. A Borneo-style forest house reconstructed in the Botanics' Exhibition Hall.

I ROYAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND Chambers Street. 225 7534. Mon—Sat


Illam—5pm'. Sun 2—5pm.

A Rare Spirit L'ntil Sun 29 Mar. Some 51) whisky-orientated artefacts. including pistols owned by Robert Burns when he was an excisetnan. and a collection of silver quaichs. There will be a special ()pen [fretting with a guided tour. lecture

and whisky-sniffing session on Tue 17

Mar. admission £3.

I ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY The Mound. 'I 225667]. Mon—Sat Illam—5pm;Sun


Students‘ Exhibition lintil Wed IS Mar. An , annual opportunity for senior students

l from Scotland‘s four colleges of art and six

schools of architecture to show their works

. publicly. often for the first time. The

categories are painting. sculpture. architecture and printmaking.

I SCOTTISH GALLERY 9-1 (ieorge Street. 225 5955. Mon~l3ri Illam—bpm; Sat Illam-— 1 pm.

Exhibitionsuntil 1 Apr:

Joan Eardley RSA (1921-1963) A

comprehensive show of works by the

acclaimed Scottish artist. including

2 pastels. drawings and paintings from all 'I pertodsot her career.

i Hugh Dodd Caricatures ofScottish

characters and country life from the illustrator of satirical books.

Twentieth Century and Contemporary

Scottish Artists Including works by Morrocco. Morrison and Houston. ' Linda Green: Constructions Contemporary

jewellery and ceramics.

I SHORE GALLERY 59 Bernard Street. 1.eith. Mon—Thurs It).3(lam—-tpm: Sat


Look to the Land: Works concerning Nature l'ntil Sat 14 Mar. Worksby Sarah Campbell. Isobelle M.(‘. Smith and Manfred Toews.

I STILLS GALLERY 1115 High Street. 557

11411. Tue—Sat Ham—5.30pm.

I Through the Lens Darkly L'ntil 28 Mar. Four

young photographers. of Asian or African background. challenge Britain's preconceived ideas about race and the politics of integration.


l7niversity01d College. South Bridge. 6511

2211. Mon—Sat Illam-5pm; Sun 2—5pm.

j Hope Scott Annual Exhibition Limit In May.

An annual opportunity to view I lope Scott's legacy to the l'niversity. one ofthe

most important collections of modern art

in the country. including works by Picasso.

Johnstone. Bonnard. Scottish and

international artists.


Place. 226 5425. Daily Illam—Ilipm. Colin Usher: Space Coffee Until Thurs 25 Mar. As the new Russia searches foran identity. this photographicexhibition explores Rostov-on-Don. Glasgow's twin city. as it comes to terms with the challenges of democracy.

I 369 GALLERY 233 Cowgate. 225 31) 1 3. Mon~Sat noon—6pm.

David Michael Clarke: New Sculpture L'ntil Sat 21 Mar.

I TRAVERSE THEATRE 112 Crrassmarket. 226 2633. Tue—Sat 1 1am— Illpm: Sun (i—ltlpm.

Munch and Blake Were Shanners Throughout March. Recent drawings by Alan McGowan and Deryk Thomas.

I WASPS STUDIO Patriothall. Hamilton Place. Stockbridge. Fri 6.3(Ipm onwards; Sat 11am—5pm; Sun I-Spm.

Alison Scott: Sale at Work Fri 13—Sun 15 Mar. Handmade paper watercolour transfer. relief work and colour collage.


l CRAWFORD ARTS CENTRE 93 North Street. (133-1 74611). Mon—Sat 1(lam—5pm; Sun 2—5pm.

Exhibitions until 29 Mar:

Rosann Cherubini: Ceramic Sculpture. Rachel Charlton and Emma Jo Webster: Tapestry.

Deborah Fladgate: Glassware.