62 The List 23 September—6 October 1994 b.
I GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO 22 King Street. 552 0704. Mon—Sat lOam—5.30pm. Peter Howson - Bosnian Harvest Until 15 Oct. Howson's powerful images of Bosnia are the result of two harrowing trips to the beleaguered land as Britain's ofﬁcial war artist. His prints. paintings and drawings show ﬁrst-hand observations and stories told to him by Bosnians. Inspirational and horrifying.
I GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART 167 Renfrew Street. 353 4500. Mon—Fri lOam—5pm. [1)].
Joshua Rawson, Victoria Clark and Anne Collins-Ackroyd Part of the Festival of Women Photographers. Three groups of work investigating identity and the ﬂuctuating notions of female sexuality. See feature.
Gillespie Kidd and Coia Until 14 Oct. Gallery 1. Mackintosh Building.
Book Works Until Fri 30 Sept. Gallery 2. Newbery Building.
I INTERMEDIA GALLERY 65 Virginia Street. 552 8651. Tue—Sat noon—6pm. Temple or The Senses Until Fri 30 Sept. Challenging traditional ideas of art exhibitions. this one bombards all ﬁve senses. The gallery itself has installations involving taste — a flavoured water dispenser — to sound, but the action does not stop there. Sample a night at an Indian restaurant and mosey on down to the sensual closing party. Telephone for information. See review.
I LILLIE ART GALLERY Station Road. Milngavie. 943 3247. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sat—Sun 2—5pm.
Earth Witness Until 16 Oct. An exhibition of mystical and intriguing work in ceramic by Glasgow-based American Todd Garner.
I MCLELLAN GALLERIES 270 Sauchiehall Street. 331 1854. Mon—Sat lOam—Spm; Sun 11am—5pm. [D]. £1.50 (50p).
David Hockney: Crimms Fairy Tales Until 16 Oct. Admission free. A touring exhibition of Hockney‘s humorous
etchings illustrating six Grimms‘ Fairy Tales. Some give a nod to images by old masters — the ﬁgures in Rapunzel are inspired by Breughel and the old cook in *Fundevogel smacks of Leonardo da Vinci.
Shannanka Russian Street Organ Theatre Until Sun 25 Sept. Sat/Sun 1pm and 2.30pm. £3 (£1.50) £2 (£1) for groups of ﬁve or more. Eduard Bersudsky’s miniature puppets feature in a multi- media show charting Russia’s turbulent history from Stalin to Perestroika.
I MITCHELL THEATRE Granville Street. 227 5033. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm (later on evenings with theatre performances). Robert Parsiial Finch Until 28 Nov. An exhibition of paintings by the artistic director of the New Glasgow Theatre
Company. focusing on the development of
human thought and imagination.
I NS GALLERY 53 Cresswell Street. 334 4240. Mon—Sat 10am-5.30pm; Sun noon—5pm.
Colin Wilson Until 10 Oct. Inﬂuenced by the people and landscape of the Western Isles. Wilson uses natural materials to create intense and revealing images — a departure from his work as a draughtsman.
I PRACTICE GALLERY The Dental Practice. 58 Virginia Street. 552 7722. Tues—Sat 9am—6pm; Thurs l 1am—8pm. Aiming to take the fear and loathing out of your dental visits, the gallery/waiting room is open to patients and non-patients alike.
Peculiar Practices Until 6 Nov. The man behind this year’s Edinburgh Fringe programme cover Gareth Rychter has moulded his own face into 100 computer- generated faces. including his sister. Robocop and a porn star. In another work. he strips adverts of their superﬁcial gloss — Linda Evangelista is seen without her make up and the Gillette man is artiﬁcially aged. Plus Suburbia. a short
I ﬁlm by Edinburgh College of Art
1994 Festival of Women Photographers
Organised by Portfolio Gallery and held at the Royal Lyceum Theatre, Grindlay Street, Edinburgh
Saturday 1 October 1994
A day of illustrated talks and discussions by six of the UK's leading photographic artists, writers and curators. Discussions will focus on the various strategies being explored by women within contemporary photographic image-making.
Susan Butler Karen Knorr Hilary Robinson
Tickets £10 / £4 (students/unwaged) Contact Portfolio Gallery for details and bookings
RELATIVE VISION Catriona Grant
Exhibition Dates 1 October - 5 November 1994 Tuesday - Saturday 12.00 - 5.30
Portfolio Gallery 43 Candlemaker Row Edinburgh Tel 031 220 1911 Fax 031 226 4287
Caryn Faure Walker Yve Lomax Maud Sulter
Anne Carde in Portrait of my Mother at French Institute, Edinburgh
graduate Alan McDermont. shown inside an installation by Stephen Skrynka.
I SCOTLAND STREET SCHOOL MUSEUM 225 Scotland Street. 429 1202. Mon—Sat lOam—Spm; Sun 2—5pm. Cafe. [D]. Glasgow Southern Art Society Sat l—Sat 8 Oct. An exhibition of members' work.
I TRANSMISSION GALLERY 28 King Street. 552 4813. Tues—Sat 11am—5pm. Claire Barclay - New Works Until Sat 1 Oct. Everyday materials like wood. soap. fat and cloth are sculpted into works of art by Barclay. embarking on her first solo show. They speak about the familiar iii an unfamiliarly direct way. without being heavy-handed.
I GALTON GALLERY 10 Royal 'I‘crrace. 556 1010. Mon—l-ri lilam-(ipm; Sat
i Fine Paintings, Watercolours, Sculpture and Prints Until Fri 30 Sept. A selection of Scottish. linglish and European works with an extensive range of marine paintings and French 1911i century
, scul lure.
; I CHESSEL’S GALLERY Moray House
i College. Holyrood Road. 558 650‘).
l Mon—Fri 9am—5pm.
i living-Room Only Until 7 ()ct. Tension. anxiety and turmoil abound in (‘olin Duncan's Colourful paintings. reﬂecting the inﬂuence of television. radio and newspapers on the artist.
I COCKDURN’S ART GALLERY The Wine Emporium. 7 Devon Place. 22‘) 8391. Mon—Sun l()am--6pm.
Nicola Green Until 15 Oct. The Edinburgh-based artist captures the city's magniﬁcent landscape in this exhibition ofdrawings. paintings and prints.
I COLLECTIVE GALLERY 22—28 Cockburn Street. 220 I260. Tue—Sat 11am—5pm. Space For Living 8—2‘) Oct. Colin Lindsay's sculptures. created front everyday objects and industrial materials. raise issues of potential and possibility.
The gallery space itself is integral to the work. as a place where potential is enhanced.
Scotch Until Sat 1 ()ct. lidinburgli artist Karen Henderson's irreverent look at national stereotyping using kills.
petticoats. sporrans and video. See review.
Artist For A Week Sats 3 -5pm. The series building bridges between the public and artists continues with a lively show of
bright new talent. Meet the artists at work.
I THE EDINBURGH GALLERY 18a l)undas Street. 557 5227. Mon—13m l lam 5pm; Sat 10am—lpm.
Mixed Exhibition l-‘i-i 3(lSepi-15 ()ct. Stl'l life and surrealist work by Rozelle Morrocco. Jack Morrocco and Richard \Vialreck.
The Edinburgh Art Show ts'ntil in 23 Sept.
Mixed show of work by contributors to the l‘Idinburgli Art Show, previously at The Royal College of Physicians.
1 I EDINBURGH PRINTMAHERS WORKSHOP
23 Union Street. 557 247‘). Tue—Sat |()am~—6pm.
Recent Prints From Edinburgh Printmakers Until Wed 5 ()cl. An exhibition of work by studio regulars including Vicky (,‘row. Susan Norrie and Rebecca Moyo.
I FLYING COLOURS GALLERY 35 William Street. 225 (i776. 'I‘ue—l‘ri 11am—6pm: Sat I()am—4pm (1(lam-2pm from 2 Sept). Charlie Mackesey Until Wed 28 Sept. Reﬂecting the 32-year-old artist's preoccupation with jaw. this exhibition includes drawings of singers and liiusicians. Also on show are his beach scenes and illustrations for children.
I THE FRUITMARKET GALLERY 2‘) Market
Street. 225 2383. Mon—Sat |()am—-7.3(lpm:
Design And Art Directors’ Awards Exhibition Until Sat 1 ()ct. An exhibition of the world's best advertising and design. selected by the Design and Art Directors' Association. Watch out for a section tackling sexism in advertising.