Livingstone. .

They all knew how to draw

a crowd.

Stunning works of art from all over the world have been brought to Edinburgh for what promises to be an extremely popular series of exhibitions. Just like the Festival, we have work by b0th household names and lesser known artists. But unlike many of the Festival shows, these collections won’t be back next year. So come along to the National Galleries to see five of the most enjoyable

exhibitions ever to come to Edinburgh.


Opening times: Mon to Sat 10am 5pm 8c Sunday 2 - 5pm.

Extended hours over the Festival.

Alberto Giacometti: 1901-1966 lJune-22 September I996

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. Belford Rd, Edinburgh.

Supported by The Stanley Thomas Johnson Foundation. Berne, Switzerland;

The Foundation

for Sport and the Arts:

The Henry Moore Foundation; PRO HELVETIA Arts Council of Switzerland and Crossair.

Admission £4.00 (£2.50)

Velazquez in Seville

8 August-20 October 1996

National Gallery of Scotland, The Mound, Edinburgh. Sponsored jointly by The Royal Bank of Scodand and Banco Santander of Spain. Admission £4.00 (£2.50)

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David Livingstone and the

Victorian Encounter with Africa

26 July-6 October I996

Royal Scottish Academy, Princes Street, Edinburgh. Sponsored by Baillie GiHord.

George Rodger: The African Photographs Joint admission £4.00 (£2.50)


Speaking Likenes 30 May-3! October 1996

Scottish National Portrait Gallery, 1 Queen Street, Edinburgh. In association with BBC Scotland.

Admission free

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