#— ... _..-.._.-. .. which Annan learnt from its inventor. Karl Klic.

I GREYFRIARS KIRKYARD Candlemaker Row. Daily 10am—6pm.

Helotage Until 4 Sept. Andrew Podnieks's homage to graveyards ~ which he sees as totems or ‘microcosms ofcities' - takes the form of black and white photographs hung from the trees alongside tombstones.

I MERCHANTS HALL 22 Hanover Street. Mon—Sat 10am—8pm; Sun 23 Aug 10am—8pm.

International Photography Until 5 Sept. Annual exhibition ofcontemporary photography.

I PORTFOLIO GALLERY 43 (‘andlemaker Row. 2201911. Mon—Sat l lam—5pm. Duane Micbais: Poetry and Tales. Until 4 Sept. £1 (includes catalogue). After showing the glorioust whimsical

photographs of Arthur Tress last summer.

Portfolio follows suit with another quirky American photographer. Michals'

photo-series. usually accompanied by a

hand-written narrative. are urban fairy

tales. exploring death. dreams attd the spirit.

I ST GEDRGE'S STREET WEST CHURCH West End of Princes Street. Mon— Fri 9am—5pm.

Mike Goldwater: Promised Lands Until 5 Sept. Photographs illustratingthe problem of poverty 111 Brazil. Ethiopia and the Philippines. Exhibition organised by

Christian Aid.

Alexis Hunter: proach to Fear XVII. from 'Addressing the Forbidden'. at Stills

i I STILLS GALLERY 105 High Street. 557

t 1140. Tue~Sat Ham-5.30pm.

3 Addressing the Forbidden: Art Looks at

; Pornography Until 5 Sept. An international

. group of painters. photographers and

j sculptors tackles the oldest and hoariest of

' chestnuts: where does eroticism end aitd pornograplty begin'.’ Why should sexual

j images be caught up with notionsof power. morality and embarrassment?

What role does censorship have in the

debate? Contributions from Robert

Mapplethorpe. Ron O‘Donnell and



Place. 225 7942. Daily 10am--10pm.

Gavin Evans Retrospective Unti15 Sept. A

survey show of theatre and stage images

by the controversial photographer who

snapped Archaos in showing his

1 pictures. Theatre Workshop has already

; been accused of ‘homosexual necrophilia'.

GROUP snows

l; I ART MARKET Blackfriars Street. info:

6610890. Daily 10am—5pm.

Romania Proiect UK: Fundraising Exhibition

. Until 5 Sept. A gallery space jam-packed

I with works by local artists -and cvcrythingfor sale under £100. llalfthe

proceeds go to the Romania Project. the

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artists from all partsof the continent.

for a hospital environment. Show is in the


lrina Bunnistrova: other half to the artists concerned. Anyone interested in submitting work should contact the number above.

I ENGLISH SPEAKING UNION SCOTLAND 23 Atholl Crescent. Mon-Sat l0am—5pm. Annual Festival Exhibition Until 5 Sept. Contemporary Scottish art.

I HANOVER FINE ART 22A Dundas Street. 5562181. Mon—Fri 10 30am-6pm: Sat Ilium—4pm.

Summer Festival Exhibition t'ntil 5 Sept. Mixed show of works by more than 60 artists from Scotland. Europe. and as far afield as Brazil. China. Russia and Malaysia.

I HOLYROOD ART CLUB St Ann‘s Community Centre. 6 South (‘iray's Close. High Street. Mon-Fri 10am-‘7.30ptn. Cafe Art Exhibition and Sale oi Paintings Until 29


I KINGFISHER GALLERY 5 Northumberland Street Lane. 557 5454. Mon—Sat 10am~4.30pm.

Edinburgh Festival Exhibition Until 5 Sept. I Paintings ofTuscany and still lifes by Barbara Balttter ARSA RSW RGI: ceramics by Paul Spence and Mexican silver jewellery.

I WELLSPRING 13 Smith's Place. Lcith. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm.

Cosmic Energies Until 28 Aug. Universal paintings by Gordon Strachan. as well as jewellery by Ann Marie Shillito and pottery by Susan Nut

I WESTERN GENERAL HOSPITAL Crewe Road South. info: 220 1260. Daily l0am—8pnt.

Generation Until 9 Oct. Seven Scotland-based artists interpret the theme

Rheumatology Ward.


House. 3 Doune Terrace. 225 7189. Mon-Fri l0am-5pm.

Exhibition of Contemporary Danish Silver Holloware t'ntil 4Sept.

Works by Danish Silversmiths. lb Anderson. Claus Bjerring and others. I EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART l.aurtston Place. 229931 1. Daily lllam—6pm. Cross Cultural Currents in Latin America Until 5 Sept. Sweeptttg and colourful overview of contemporary Latin-American art. including works by

Crafts from Zimbabwe Limit 5 Sept. Eastern Artifacts t‘ntil 5 Sept. Afghan kilims. rugs. cushions attd tribal weay ings. I 54 I Iigh Street. .‘onn—Sat 10.30am—5.30pm.

Ann Higgins: Wearable Art t‘ntil 5 Sept. Jumpers to die for.

I GALERIE MIRAGES Raeburn Place. 315 2603. Mon-Fri Ilium-5pm. Sat 10am—5.30pm.

Ethnic Jewellery Until 19 Sept. Selling show of tribal attd traditional pieces from India. Burma and Afghanistan.

avant-garde costume designer at Tent Twelve

Dutch Drawings of the 17th Century Until 18 ()ct. A selection of50 drawings front the gallery‘s permanent collection.

I NEPAL INTERLINK 6 Howe Street. 225 1654. Tue—Sun 11am-6pm.

A Feel of Nepal Until 5 Sept. Textiles. jewellery and carved wood.

I OUT OF THE NOMAD'S TENT 21 St Leonard’s Lane. Daily 10am-5pm.

A Tribute to Tribal Ari Until 12 Sept. Iiitlliln. Pakistani and Turkish arts and crafts.

I ROYAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND Chambers Street. 225 7534. Mott-Sat loam—5pm; Sttn noon-5pm.

From the Heart of Europe: Art Treasures of Hungary 896-1896 Until 31 Dec.

£1.50 75p. Twenty years after the last British exhibition about Ilungary. this celebration of the country‘s cultural history includes metalw ork. armour. jewellery and textiles as well as photographic archive material.

World in our Hands Evocativc exhibition about the environmental perils facing the planet.

I SOLAS CENTRE Abbeymottnt. info: 555 3446. Daily 10ani—8pm.

AIOS Memorial Duiit Mon 24-30 Aug. This extraordinary tribute to people who have died from AIDS now comprises 16.000 panels each one remembering a different people front all over the world. See it at its Edinburgh stopover. and in Holyrood Park on Sun 23 Aug.

I 369 GALLERY 233 ('owgatc. .\l()n*Sill noon- 5.30pm. Chicago Latino Until 6 Sept. Festival of Latino art. poetry and music. reflecting


the diversity of the Hispanic experience in

North and South America. See also Ciamaliel Ratrtirez's mural. Symbols of 'l'rmist'rt'on. at the llaagen Dazs shopon Princes Street.

I TRAVERSE THEATRE Cambridge Street. 2281404. Daily. 1 lam—late.

Exhibition of Russian Art Until 5 Sept. Major show of paintings. prints. sculpture and books.


I ADAM POTTERY 76 Henderson Row. 557 3978‘. Mon—Sat 10am--6pm.

Clay: Exhibition of New Works Until 5 Sept. Pottery. sculpture and ceramics by Janet Adam. Lorraine Fernie and Lara Scobie. I AND CAN IT BE. . ? 6 Broughton Street. 556 1335. Mon~Sat 10am-6pm.

Lorna Watt: Contemporary Ceramics Until 5 Sept. Bright. vibrant pots and vases. moulded to ancient Greek and Peruvian shapes. depicting shells. flowers and other natural forms.

I ASSEMBLY ROOMS (ieorge Street. 226 2428. Daily 1 Iatn~midnight. Sat lilant——ntidnigltt.

Dazzle Until 5 Sept. Aflordablefine‘ofl pieces of jewellery by top contemporary designers. Prices range from £7 to£500. Afterthe Fail Until 5 Sept. Two resident

artists capture the flavour ofthc Fringe in a collection ofT-shirt designs.

I BARNES AND FITZGERALD GLASS GALLERY 47b George Street. 2201305. Mon—Sat l0.30am—5.30pm.

Adam Aaronson: Free-Blown Glass Until 5 Sept. Pitts contemporary jewellery and paintings by local artists.

I INHOUSE 28 Howe Street. 225 2888.


I An Armchaitllievi Until 5 Sept. Where

I others see only furniture. lnhotisediscerns l art. Famous for their chair exhibitions. this year the design shop homes-in on the comfy armchair. though some ofthc classier exhibits don't look as comfy as all that.

I MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD 42 High Street. 225 2424. Mon-Sat 10am—6pm.

Bearing All Until 5 Sept. Celebrated bears from the museum's collection. including Paddington and Rupert.

I OPEN EYE GALLERY 75 Cumberland Street. 557 1020. Mon-l‘ri 10am—6pm.Sat 10am—4pm.

Jane Dickinson and Angus McFadyen: RecentJeweliery Until 3 Sept.

I ST JOHN'S CHURCH Corner of Princes Street and Lothian Road. Daily 11am—6pm. Cafe.

West End Craft and Design Fair Until 5 Sept. Scotland's design highlight ofthc year— more than 300 craftworkers and designers take part. The place to pick up quirky. one-oil items of jewellery clothes. ceramics and food. if food cart be quirky. I THE TENT Princes Street (iardens. Daily 10am-r7pm.

TentTwelve Until 23 Aug. £1.50 80p. children free. Perhaps the most ayant-gardc of Festival tashiott forums»- textilcs. metal. jewellery. ceramics. glass. wood and fine art by international designers

I TORRANCE GALLRY 29b Dundas Street. 556 6366. Mon-Sat l lam—6pm.

Sheana 1111. Stephen. D.A.: Jewellery Unti12 Sept.

I WRAP 17 Stafford Street. 2202328. Daily l0am~6pm.

ThShIning Trail Until 10 Sept. Selling exhibition ofart and jewellery by American Indians of the South West.


I NATIONAL LIBRARY OF SCOTLAND George [V Bridge 226 4531. Mon~Fri 9.30am~8.30pm: Sat 9.30am--5pm; Sun 2—5pm.

Monumental Reputation: Robert Adam and the Emperor’s Palace Until 30 Sept. A celebration of the bicentenary ofthc Scottish architect's death. this exhibition focuses on Adam‘s European (irand'l our of 1754—8. during which he formed some of his revolutionary ideas about the interpretation of Classical Anttquity in 18th century architecture.

I ROYAL FINE ART COMMISSION FOR SCOTLAND 9 Atholl Crescent. 229 1 109. Daily 1 lam—4pm.

0n the Side oi the Angels? Until 6 Sept. A variety of architectural schemes illustrating the part played by the Royal Fine Art Commission for England and Wales itt encouraging good contemporary architecture. such as the cable-stayed bridge to Skye. and protecting good old architecture.


The Architecture at Robert Adam: Lite. Death and Survival Until 17 Sept. A celebration ofthc Scottish architect who died 200 years ago. Includes images of Adatn buildings long demolished and shows how others have been adapted to meet modern needs.