ART listings


225 Scotland Street. 429 I202. Mon—Sat IOam-Spm; Sun 2-5pm. Cafe. [D]. [Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and now home to archive material on education in Scotland from I872 onwards. Reconstructed classrooms give a flavour of Victorian. lidwartlian. World War II and I96()s school days.

SPRINGBURN MUSEUM Atlas Square. 557 I405. Mon—Fri I0.30am--5pm: Sat 10am» 4.30pm; Sttn 2-—5pm. [D].

Made In The North Until summer I997. Art exhibition chronicling the rich diversity of industries itt Glasgow. past attd present.

an exhibition of work by



Harbour Arts Centre,

114-116 Harbour Street, Irvine 7th April - lst may

Mon - Sat IO - 4.30 daily An innovative and colourful reflection on landscapes of home and from the outbaclt of Australia, mixed with lolli-

art inspired animal images



54 George Street. 220 4348. Mott—Sat

I lam—6pm.

Hide And Seek Wed 16—30 Apr. In association with the Collective Gallery. a display of installation work around the interiors of the Assembly Rooms. Artists include Claire Devine. Lisa Fallon. Calum Stirling. Peter McGoIdrick attd Stt Grierson. Part of the Assent/21v tt/ivc'.’


Horne Street. 228 4I4l. Mon—Wed

6—l 1.30pm; Thttrs 4pm— I am; Sat

lpm— I am; Sun I —I I .30pm. Languageland Until 6 Apr. Photographer Gair Dunlop's recent work looks at the resonances of politics. identity and romanticism iii the landscape of the North West Highlands of Scotland. Ixt/tgtrugc'ltuttl is a work in progress show ‘which seeks to illuminate our relationship with landscape as a major buildittg block ofcultural identity.‘ Silver Footsteps Wed 9 Apr—4 May. Photography exhibition by Rachel Calder. exploring the landscape of memory and emotion. with images of the emptiness of Western Canada to the splendour of Prague.


Fine Art Library. George IV Bridge. 225 5584. Mon—Fri 9am—9pm; Sat 9am—1pm. Street Photographs Until 29 Apr. John Kemplay's street photographs taken itt Edinburgh. Glasgow. Paris and Rome.


Market Street. 529 3993. Mott—Sat 10am—5pm; Stttt noon—5pm (Music l()() only). £3.75 (£2.70).

Music 100 Until 3l May. A unique interactive exhibition which celebrates l()0 years of recorded sound and looks at the impact that music has had on our

that untravell’d world JULIE BROOK

‘One of the most important and memorable exhibitions to be seen in Scotland this year.’ Scotland on Sunday

reopening T2 April - 5 May I997 10.00am - 6.00pm

15A Cleveden Road, Glasgow GT2 OPQ Telephone 0141 337 2354

Volcano Jura, West Coast

as THE LIST 4v 1.7 Apt 1997


The Bigger The Better Until 12 Apr. Large contemporary works from the City's collection. dating from the l960s to the present day. A starting point for the display is Alan Davies Serpents Breath. which was recently acquired by the gallery.

Changing Perceptions Until to May. A multi-sensory show presenting some of the most interesting work currently being produced in Scotland. It explores the senses of touch. sound and smell and is therefore accessible to blind. partially sighted and fully-sighted visitors. See preview.


22—28 Cockburn Street. 220 I260. Tue-Sat Ham—5.30pm.

Paired Land Until 5 Apr. The first solo show for Donald Urquhart since his return from a Scottish Arts Council Residency in Atnsterdatn. featuring two and three-ditttensional work.

Closing Credits Until 5 Apr. New video installation work by Duncan Ganley in the gallery‘s Project Room.

Seven Up At The Collective Thurs l0—I9 Apr. A selection of work frotn post-graduate students at Edinburgh College ofArt. curated by Mel Goodittg.


Grindlay Court Centre. Grindlay Street Court. 221 072l. Mon-Fri l0am—4pm (2.30pm Fri).

Paintings, Books And Scarecrows On The Beach Mon 14 Apr—8 May. An exhibition of books and paintings produced durittg a workshop at Grindlay Court. led by Brock Lueck. where the participating artists have taken their previous experience in painting and drawing to create more narrative works. Also. in the painting workshop led by Kevin ()‘Dotmell. the four participants have created drawings anti paintings on a variety of themes. portraits and landscapes.


88 Hanover Street. 220 4403. Daily llam—I0pm (7pm Sttn).

Fragment Until 22 Apr. An exhibition by Tim Moore which crosses the traditional boundaries between fine art and graphic design. These abstract paintings and prints capture fragments of hallucinations which entice the viewer. and the show is combined with trip hop and ambient tnusic. There is also a chance to see Moore's commissioned cover art for the forthcoming Global Communications album.


3 Doune Terrace. 225 7189. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm.

Resistance And Rescue: Denmark’s Response To The Holocaust Mon 7—26 Apr. In I943 as the Nazi persecution of the Jews reached Denmark. the Danish people were committed to protect the Jews and guided the community to safety in Sweden. In this photographic exhibition by Judy Ellis Glickman. the artist documents this rescue. capturing the many emotions of the people involved.


St Mary‘s School. 3 York Lane. 557 0707. Mon-Fri (not Thurs) l lam—5pm; Thurs 2—8pm; Sat—Sun noon—5pm. Equation Until 6 Apr. A group show complementing the Edinburgh International Science Festival. Exhibiting artists include the following:

Evidence Rose Frain‘s recent installation work looks at the biological and psychological factors which result in the su pression of ideas.

W at The Farmer Does Not Know He Will Not Eat Gerhard Lang‘s work is the result of working in German Police headquarters using the it/erttiki! technique to create ‘monster images' superimposing animal features onto the human face. Circumstance And Red Shift Sculptures by Renny Nisbet which explore the mechanics of natural balance

and the sources of energy used and generated within a structure.

Manresa Joseph Beuys performed the art work in I966 and this installation documents the I966 Mattresa show.


6 Hillside Street. 557 3753. Mon—Tue 5.30—8pm; Sat—Sun I lam—4.30pm. (Also by appointment. 652 2682).

Colour Works: Paintings Sat 12—22 Apr. Recent works by Camille Marquattd. EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART Lauriston Place. 22l 6000. Mon—Thurs l0am-8pm; Fri 10am—5pm; Sat 10am—2pm.

Open To Print Mon l4—30 Apr. An exhibition of contemporary student printmaking from a large selection of colleges throughout the UK.


l8a Dundas Street. 557 5227. Mon—Fri I lam—5pm; Sat I0am— l ptn.

Margaret Ballantyne Until 15 Apr. Landscapes and still life studies by Margaret Ballantyne.

John Crawford Until 15 Apr. Paintings exploring the sea. harbours. boats attd also small abstract compositions.

Alan Connell Until 15 Apr. Connell‘s work starts with an idea attd expands the concept through different levels of thought. The resulting pictorial representation is only an illusion that hides what is under the surface.


Entrance Gallery. Corstorphine Road. 334 917 l. Mon—Sat 9am—6pm; Sun 9.30am—6pm

On The Hoof Until 2 May. Art exhibition of drawings. paintings attd sculptures by staff at the zoo. The artists include bird. primate and reptile keepers. shop assistants and a night security guard. Ranging in style and interests. the show looks at the diversity of the wildlife around us.


29 Market Street. 225 2383. Tue—Sat l0.30am—5.30pm; Sun noon—5pm.

Line Cut and Elements of Drawings. Until 5 Apr. Two exhibitions. curated by the Henry Moore Institute. from David Nash. The first is a small group of abstract sculptures made from elm. beech. pine. oak. and ash. The second features drawings in charcoal. graphite. pastel. and earth selected from the Welsh landscape where his studio is situated. About Vision Sat 12—31 May. A selection of the best new British paintings in the l990s by nineteen artists including work by Damien Hirst. Callurn Innes. David Austen. Jane Harris and Fiona Rae. See preview.


22a Dundas Street. 556 2181. Tue—Fri 10.30am—6pm; Sat I0am—4pm.

Richard Alred Sat 5—26 Apr. Scottish landscapes in astels and watercolours. Spring Mixe Exhibition Sat 5—26 Apr. A selection of oils. watercolours. acrylics. pastels. prints and ceramics from the gallery artists.


13 Randolph Crescent. 225 5366. Mon—Sun 9.30am till late.

Exterieurs Nuits Until 26 Apr. Work by photographers playing with light to evoke night. curated by the Galerie du Chateau d'Eau in Toulouse. Artists include Jean- Claude Belegou. Marie-Jesus Diaz and Bernard Plossu.


5 Northumberland Street Lane. 557 5454. Tue—Sat Ham—4.30pm.

Images Of Scotland Until I t Apr. The many moods of the Scottish landscape are captured in this group show by various artists. including William Cadenhead. Fay Clark. Alison Dunlop and Gay Grossart.

MATTHEW ARCHITECTURE GALLERY University of Edinburgh. Department of Architecture. 20 Chambers Street. 650