Pastoral setting: Winslow Ilomer’s Bo-Peep, one oi a group of American watercolours, on loan trom Boston‘s Museum 0t Fine Art and rarely seen In Europe lonning part oi Awash In Colour at the llational Gallery ot Scotland, Edinburgh until Sat 14 Jul.
I CAMEO CINEMA Home Street. 228 4|4l. Daily l2.3()pm—late.
Andrew Macltenzie Until 30 Jtiii. New work by the Edinburgh-based artist.
I CITY ART CENTRE Market Street. 529 3993. Mon/Tue. Sat l0am—5.30pm: Wed—Fri 10am—8pm; Sun Ham—5pm. The Borrowed Image Until 29 Jun. An exhibition by eight British contemporary artists who ‘borrow‘ elements of work by other artists including Michelangelo. Rembrandt. Picasso and Jackson Pollock. to create their own interesting and innovative results. See Review.
Bodella Puriies: Botanical Paintings Until l3 Jul. Based in Edinburgh. Purves is one of the leading botanical artists currently working iii Britain. Spanning twenty years. this exhibition features over 70 of her finest paintings. as well as a brief history of botanical illustration and its relevance to science today. See Lectures.
The Homes Di Football Until 20 Jul. Award-winning photographer Stuart Clarke documents the changing face of football grounds as they evolve from standing terraces to all-sealer stadiums. capturing the fans. teams and venues of Scottish clubs across the country. Watermarks Until 20 Jul. A selection of historical and contemporary watercolours from the Gallery‘s permanent collection. featuring works by McTaggart. Gillies. Bough and Blackaddei'.
I CITYLAB 35 Dundas Street. 556 7822. Mon—Fri 9am—5pm.
In Partnership With Design Until 30 Aug. Work by award-winning freelance commercial photographers Stephen Kearney and Paul Watt. featuring still lifes. portraits and panoramic landscapes. I CENTRAL LIBRARY George IV Bridge. 443 0946. Mon—Fri 9am—9pm; Sat 9am-1pm.
Auld Beelies Until 22 Jul. An exhibition celebrating I00 years of cinema in Edinburgh.
I COLLECTIVE GALLERY 22—28 Cockbum Street. 220 I260. Tue—Sat I lain—5.30pm. Portable Paradise Until 22 Jun. Currently
going down a storm is this mixed-media installation by Zoe Walker exploring fantasy and desire. See review. Also on show until 22 Jun: Suicide Sites. photography by Angie Clarricoats in the Project Room.
I CONTACT GALLERY Gi'iiidlay Court Centre. Grindlay Street Court. 22! ()72I. Mon-Thurs l()ani—4pm; Fri l()am—2.30pm.
Animal Farm Until 27 Jun. An exhibition of animal paintings by Jackie I'liggs. Moira McLeod. Pamela Main. William Porter and Pat Wilson.
I CYBERIA 8-1—88 Hanover Street. 220 4403. Daily Ham—7pm ( l()pm Wed-Sat). Andrew llillard Until 2| .lun. A collection
of new paintings by artist Andrew Hillard.
I EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART l.auriston Place. 22! 6000. Mon—Thurs ltlam—Xpiii: Fri—Sun l0am—5pm.
1996 Degree Show Sat 15 24 .lun. work by final year students in Design and Applied Arts. Drawing and Painting. Sculpture. Visual Communication and Architecture. See feature. The work of graduating students from the l‘iliii. TV and Animation courses can be viewed at the Filmhouse oii l.othiaii Road. l‘i'i 2| Jun. 6pm.
I THE EDINBURGH GALLERY lSa I)llll(lils Street. 557 5227. Mon—Fri Ham—5pm; Sat 10am—1pm.
Romantic Visions Until 2 Jul. An artistic view of romance by three painters: .loliii Cunningham. Andrew Fitzpatrick and Norma McLean.
I EDINBURGH PRINTMAKERS WORKSHOP 23 Union Street. 557 2479. Tue-Sat l0am—6pm.
Stone Imprints Until 22 Jiiii. Works on a Celtic theme by Scotland-born (but Canada-based) artist Mary Smith McCulloch. including some remarkable images of standing stones. Also on show. lithographs by Elizabeth Hobbs. based on excerpts from Julia Blackburn‘s book Dtlia')‘ Bates Ill The Desert.
I FIRTH GALLERY 35 William Street. 225 2 I96. Tue—Fri I lam-5pm; Sat
Andrew Walker t'niil 6 Jul. New oil and water paintings by artist Andrew Walker. capturing Border landscapes. gardens. still lifes. portraits and interiors.
I THE FRUITMARKET GALLERY 29 Market Street. 225 2383. Tue- Sat 9am--5.3()piii; Siiii noon 5pm.
lisa Milroy and Yoko Terauchi Sat 22 Jun-27 Jul. Travel paintings of Tokyo. Kyoto. Rome and London by Milroy. and a site-specific installation by 'I‘ei'auclii.
I HANOVER FINE ARTS 22a Duiidas Street. 556 2 ISI. .\lon I'i'i l0.3()ani--6pm; Sat |()am 4pm.
Mixed Exhibition l'iitil 22 .luii. Recent landscape. seas-cape and ﬂower paintings by liast l.othiaii artists Karen Chapman. Roberta .\lei‘rilecs. Sheena Phillips. liiona Steiensoii and Patti 'I‘urtjuaiid. Also on show. broil/es by Valentin [lioba and marble works by Mike Cais'ncross.
I INSTITUT FRANCAIS D’ECOSSE I 3 Randolph Crescent. 225 5366. Mon-Sun 9.30am till late.
Back From Paris II l'iitil ~l .ltil. Continuing the tradition of artist exchanges between Scotlaitd and l‘ratlce. this exhibition features paintings by Duncan of .lordanstone graduates Helen MacAlister and Fred Crayk. botli of whom have spent recent years living and working in Paris. See review.
I ISTITUTO ITALIANO DI CULTURA S2 Nicolsolt Street. 668 2232. Mon —l‘t'i lt)atn--5piii.
L’Isola Dei Siciliani Feste Religiose E Barocche Until 30 .Illll. Photographic work by Giuseppe Leone. capturing the everyday life arid religious festivals of the Sicilian people.
I KINGFISHER GALLERY 5 Northumberland Street Lane. 557 5454. Tue-Sat llaiii~~4.3(lpiii.
Myer Lacome Until 2| .ltiii. Pastel aiitl oil paintings by artist and traveller Myer laconic. featuring Jerusalem. Paris. Prague. Venice and Edinburgh.
Sylvia Allen Until 2| Jun. An exhibition of l‘iCll. colourful still life and landscape paintings entitled ‘Sumiiiei' Moods'.
I NAPIER UNIVERSITY KJP Gallery. 6|
Marchmont Road. 228 I999. Mon—Fri 9am—5.30pm.
Degree Show The Marchmont Gallery features work by final year photography students from Sat 22—29 Jtiii. while Morningside Church on Morningside Road plays host to the work of Interior and Industrial Design students on Sat l5. Mon l7—-l9 Jun. 9am—5pm. Film screenings will take place on 24 Jun. at the Filmhouse. Lothian Road.
I NATIONAL GALLERY OF SCOTLAND The Mound. 556 892i. Mon—Sat l0am—5pin; Sun 2—5pm. The home of a fine collection of works from the Renaissance to Post- liiipressionisiii. including Rembrandt. Degas and Van Gogh plus Antonio Canova's beautiful sculpture The Three Graces. in residence at the gallery until I999.
Awash In Colour Until l4 Jul. The first major exhibition of |9th and early 20th century American watercolours to be held in Britain. Featuring works by Georgia 0' Keefe. Edward Hopper and Winslow Homer.
I NATIONAL LIBRARY OF SCOTLAND George IV Bridge. 226 453]. Mott—Sat l()am—5pm; Stlii 2—5piii.
A llation Divided: Scotland and the ’45 Until 3| Oct. The Jacobite uprising of l745/46 was one of the most momentous (and bloody) events in Scotland‘s history. and inevitably. the truth has been somewhat overshadowed by legend. 'A Nation Divided' looks at the real story behind the Jacobites. Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Battle of Culloden through contemporary writings and illustrations.
I NETHERBOW THEATRE 43—45 High Street. 5569579. Mon—Sat l(lam—4.3()piii. Hugh Bryden Until 27 Jun. A highly innovative collection of work iii the print genre. including views of Edinburgh‘s Old Town.
I OPEN EYE GALLERY 75—79 Cumberland Street. 557 l()2(). hilDIl-d‘l'l l()am~6pm: Sat l0am—4pm.
Donaldson’s Dozen Until 2| Jun. A tribute to David Donaldson. former Head of Painting at Glasgow School of Art. by a select group ofex-students including Duncan Shanks and John Byi'ne. Strange Fruit Until 20 Jtiii. (‘olourful and unusual resin jewellery by Kathie S. Murphy. Also on show. recent paintings by Jennifer McRae and sculpture by Patricia Volk.
Mixed Exhibition Hi 32 Jun—ll Jul. A wide-ranging mix of paintings. crafts. prints and jewellery.
I OUT OF THE NOMADS TENT 2 I St Leonards Lane. 662 I6 I 2. Tue-Sat l()aiii—-5pm.
Wood Until 29 Jun. Wooden furniture and artefacts from the villages of Rajasthan and the Swat Valley in Pakistan.
I PORTFOLIO GALLERY 43 Candleiiiaker Row. 220 l9| l. Tue—Sat noon—5.30pm. This Is My Body . . . This Is My Sottware Until 29 .ltiii. Not for the taint-hearted. this exhibition of large-scale cibachroiiic photographs by French multi- mediii/performance artist ()rlan. explores the technology of plastic surgery and traditional concepts of beauty and identity. with often disturbing results.
I ROGUES’ GALLERY 58 St Stephen Street. 225 5558. Tue—Sat llam~6pm. Dpening Exhibition Until 29 Jun. This all- new gallery specialising in contemporary cartoons opens its doors with a collection of work by some of Britain’s top cartoonists.
I “MANIALBA GALLERY lst l‘loor. I66 Hiin Street. 667 3397. Tue—Sat |()aiii~6pm; Siiii 2—5pm.
Fishnets Until 22 Jtiii. A mixed-media exhibition by Carola F. Chambers. illustrating her fascination with the sea arid shoreline.
I ROYAL BOTANIC GARDEN lnverleith House. lnverleith Row. 552 7|7l. Mon-Sun l0am—5piii.
bioSCIElIcE In Scotland Utilil in Aug.
58 The List l4-27 Jun I996