ART 0 FESTIVAL
Exhibitions are listed by category, then alphabetically by venue.
I BOURNE FINE ART 4 Dundas Street. 557 4050. Mon—Fri l0aiIi-(ipm; Sat l0am—lpm.
The Edinburgh School In The 1950s and EDS Until 2 Sept. ()il. watercolour. pencil and chalk works by Ciillies. MacTaggart. Philipson and more. Also a collection of recent pottery by William Plumpti'e.
I CALTON GALLERY ll) Royal Terrace. 556 Hill). Mon—Sat lilaiii-bpiii. Festival Exhibition t’ntil 3 Sept. A collection of French l‘itl'. and early 20th century oil paintings and sculpture.
Oil on Canvas Until 3l Aug. A line selection of marine paintings. ship portraits. coastal views and photographs. I CITY ART CENTRE Market Street. 52‘) 3993. Mon—Sat 10am—6pm.
A Picture at Edinburgh Until If) Sept. Assembled for the first time are some of the fittest views of the city both past and present. painted by artists from all over the UK and donated from public and private collections.
Golden Age To The Present Day Until 30 Sept. Two centuries of Danish art and craft in one exhibition. from traditional landscapes to work by young contemporary artists. plus a major selection of ceramics. silver and textiles. I CONTACT GALLERY Cirindlay Court Centre. Urindlay Street Court. 22‘) 79-1 l. Mon—-l"ri l0am~3.30pm.
MacKinnon and Gilchrist Until 2 Sept. Drawing inﬂuence from their Celtic origins. John MacKinnon atid Hamish (.iilchrist have produced an exciting
University of Edinburgh, Old College; South Bridge, Edinburgh, EH8 9YL. Tel. 0131 650 2211
10 August — 10 September
Recent Paintings and Printmaker
A two part exhibition of major paintings and prints from one of Scotland's most distinguished artists.
Monday — Saturday 10am - 5pm, Sunday 2pm — 5pm Admission free.
Subsidised by the SAC, Supported by Ryden.
Venue 73 “‘"”“"1‘=mw
EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART FESTIVAL EXHIBITIONS
OPEN DAILY 108m - 5pm LAURISTON PLACE. EDlNBURGH TEL: 0131 221 6032
The College am to piomu mile-at erran in the Am out die Enme
exhibition of symbolist Oil paintings and metal sculptures. I CORRYMELLA SCOTT GALLERY 37 Heriot Row. 225 SID-.7. MonvSun lilatiI—(ipm. A Date With Fate lintll 27 Aug. New paintings by Jack \'ettriano. I DANISH CULTURAL INSTITUTE Carlsberg House. 3 Donne Terrace. 225 718‘). Mon Fri 10aiii-«5pm. Mogens Andersen t’ntil 29 Sept. An exhibition of major works by one of the pioneers of Danish abstract painting. I EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART l.auriston Place. 221 (i000. Mon» Sun l0am—5pm. John Latham l'ntll 2 Sept. Described as ‘the last avant-gardeist'. l.atham is one of Britain's most radical. experimental and iconoclastic artists. with a strong focus on the social signiﬁcance of art. I THE EDINBURGH GALLERY lh‘a Dundas Street. 557 5227. Mon Sun I lam -5pm. The Edinburgh Art Show t7ntil 3 Sept. lileven self-contained paititiilg exhibitions by sixteen artists. plus work by three sculptors. make this one of the best all- round contemporary art shows in the l‘estival. I EDINBURGH ZOO ()rientation Centre. Corstorpliine Road. 334 ‘)l7 l. Mon~Sun 9am-6pm. Garden Of Earthly Delights Until 8 Sept. Ati exhibition by artist-in-resident Sara Gibbiiis who. after six months close observation. has produced a fascinating display of Oil paintings and colourful pencil sketches. some of which explore our relationship with animals through myth and exploitation. I ESU GALLERY 23 Atholl Crescent. 22‘) I528. Mott Sat 10am 5pm. Scottish Art 1995 llntil 2 Sept. An exhibition of paintings including landscapes aiid coastal scenes.
festival poster exhibition displayed by EDINBURGH ARTS 8e
Promoting the importance of publicity design.
View for yourself the best and worst posters oi I995. Prizes to be won it your favourite poster wins our design award.
FRINGE (ILUB I-‘RUM MONDAY AUGUST H - FRIDAY Slilrl‘liMliI-R l.
I-.VI-.RY |)AY FROM IIAM - SI’M.
I FESTIVAL GALLERY I37 George Street. 220 (i370. Mon-Sat l0aiii-(ipm.
100 Years at Scottish Art l'ntil 4 Sept. This temporary gallery is in fact three galleries in one (Glasgow Print Studio arid liwati and Graeme Mundy lime Art l. and features some of the best painting and printmaking to come otit of Scotland iii the past 100 years.
I GALLERY 41 4| [)undas Street. 557 45px). Mon—Sat Want-5.30pm.
Festival Exhibition Until n Sept. Paintings. ceramics. sculpture. wood and prints by over 40 artists. as well as a collection ofcontemporary gold. \Ilver. brass and steel jewellery
I GILDEO BALLOON II Stepping Stones Bar. West How. 220 4.112. Mon Sun l0amu late.
John Hunt l‘ntil 2 Sept. Conteliiporary Oil paintings front Orkney and the Borders. all of w liicli are for sale.
I GLASITE MEETING HOUSE 33 Barony Street. 557 503‘). Mon Sat 10am 0pm; Still noon 4pm.
Transitions litltil 3 Sept. Bot-n ill lidinburgli and exhibited all over the world. (ieoffrey Macliwan presents an Insight into the creative process of the artist. by documenting the ll'ttllSIOI'IIILIIIUH of prints and paintings created over the past ten years.
I THE GRADUATE GALLERY ~15 l‘rederick Street. 226 I390. Mon Sat l0am~7pml Stilt llam 5pm.
The Summer Show Until 2 Sept. Assembled each year for the l‘estival. this temporary gallery provides an ideal opportunity to stiap tip some original art. at a reasonable price. by some of the freshest young talent recently graduated from the four Scottish art schools. Predominantly painting. the gallery also has sculpture. ceramics and printing on
I HANOVER FINE ARTS 22a Duridas
Street. 556 2lS l. Mon- Fri ll)..3()aiii—opiii'.
Eleventh Summer Festival Exhibition l‘ntil 2 Sept. landscapes still lifes and flowers by over ()0 contemporary artists frotii Seolland and abroad. Plus stock exhibition of sculpture. ceramics. jewellery. prints and cards
I KINGFISHER GALLERY 5 Northumberland Street North West l.ane. 557 545-1. Mon-Sat l lam 4.30pm. Mardi Barrie Until I Sept. 'I'eeteritig on the edge between reality and abstraction. Mardi Barrie's paintings make subtle use of colour and sensuous use of paint to create poetic. dreamlike landscapes. Mixed Exhibition Until 1 Sept. Ceramics by Paul Spence. glassware by Rosie Simmons and some stunning Mexican silver jewellery.
I NATIONAL GALLERY OF SCOTLAND The Mound. 55o S‘)2l. Mon Sat l0am~(ipiii; Stilt llam 6pm.,
Hidden Assets Until 24 Sept. ()ne of the finest collections of Scottish art in private hands. goes on show to the public this summer. Covering 1820 l‘)20. the exhibition includes works by Mc'l‘aggart. Wilkie. Hunter and Pryde. See Lectures. I OPEN EYE GALLERY 7570 Cumberland Street. 557 I020. Mon-~l‘ri l0am- (Ipm; Sat l0aiii---lpiit.
Contemporary Scottish Painting Until 31 Aug. An impressive collection of work by some of Scotland‘s finest painters including William Hirnie and John Bellany.
Themes And Variations Until 31 Atig. Oil paintings by Geoffrey Roper.
Mixed Exhibition Sat 2-A-2l Sept. Paintings by Carola Gordon. ceramics by Lorraine Robson and jewellery by Maxine Black.
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300 Years of Banking - One Great Exhibition
Mon-Fri I0.00-l7.00 (Festival “LOO-20.30) Sat I0.00-I7.00 Sun I-l.00-I7.00
1 JUNE - 24 SEPTEMBER ADMISSION FREE
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56 The List 25 Aug-7 Sept 1995