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National Library of Scotland 1 JUNE TO 28 SEPTEMBER
Monday - Friday 10.00-17.00 (Festival 10.00-20.30) Saturday 10.00-17.00 Sunday 14.00-17.00
ADMISSION FREE (5
National Library of Scotland George IV Bridge Edinburgh Tel: 0131-226 4531
The National Lib/my 0/ Scotland wrists to acquire and preserve the printed and manuscript record of Scotland's culture
104 THELIST 8—14 Aug 1997
Danish dish: from a show of Danish crafts at the Danish Cultural Institute
EDINBURGH GALLERIES continued
lSTlTUTO lTALlANO DI CULTURA
82 Nicolson Street. 668 2232. Mon. Wed & Fri 9.30am- l 2.30pm; Tue 8; Thu 2.30—5pm.
Visions And Emotions Of Italy Until Sat 30 Aug. Includes paintings by Claudia Petretti. Serena Quartermaine. Roy Wood and photographs by Marialaura Aureli and John Hall.
JUDITH GLUE GALLERY
()0 High Street. 558 l866. Mon—Sun 9.30am—(ipm (Stilt 10am).
Scottish Eccentrics Festival Until Wed I Get. A selling exhibition of Scottish arts and crafts ranging from the traditional to the eccentric and quirky.
5 Northumberland Street Lane. 557 545-1. Mon—Sat Ham-4.30pm.
Williaml L Baillie Fri 8 Aug Fri 5 Sep. An exhibition of watercolours.
Anne Bevan Fri 8 Aug—Fri 5 Sep. Bron/e sculpture.
Simon Manby [iii 8 Aug-Fri 5 Sep. Figurative work in marble and stone. Paul Spence l-‘ri b’ Ange-Fri 5 Sep. New ceramics in exciting shapes and bold colours.
THE LEITH GALLERY ()5 The Shore. 553 5355. Tue—Fri
l lam (rpm; Sat llam«lpm.
Glasgow Girl Mon l|«Sat 23 Aug. 7pm. £5 (£3.50). Tickets l‘rom l-‘ringe Box Office. 330 5138. Actress and artist Kara Wilson completes a portrait nightly as the Glasgow painter. Bessie MacNicol
(186‘) - l‘)t)-ll. while giving a glimpse ol‘ her life in words and song.
LEONE COCKBURN CONTEMPORARY ART
21 Dean Park Mews. 343 2840. Mon-Fri 1—5.30 m; Sat Ham—2pm.
A Cele ration Of Summer Until Sat 23 Aug. Contemporary paintings by various artists including Lin Pattullo. James Orr
and Helen M. Turner.
MATTHEW ARCHITECTURE GALLERY University of Edinburgh. Department of Architecture. 20 Chambers Street. (350 2342. Mon—Fri (hm-4.30pm.
Ernst Giselbrecht Mon ll Aug—Fri l9 Sep. The ﬁrst British showing of work by the Austrian architect. His work includes border posts in Lower Austria and the Technical lnstitttte for Mechanical Engineering.
35 St Stephen Street. 320 6877. Daily lt).3()am—lpm; 2—5pm.
Remember Bakelite? Until Sun 31 Aug.
An exhibition in aid ol'Al/heimer Scotland. looking at bakelite and other
early forms of plastic in jewellery and accessories from the tttrn ol' the century to the l‘)50s.
NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART Bell‘ord Road. 550 892 l. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Stilt 2--5pm. An impressive collection ol' 20th century art. including works by Picasso. Matisse. Moore. Hockney and Bellany. plus a selection of
Dada and Surrealist paintings. Picasso:Works From The Collection
And Works On Loan Until Sun 9 Nov. The gallery's permanent collection of work by Picasso is on display together with works on loan which include a portrait ol‘ Lee Miller. created in 1937. and a l‘)-l()s portrait ol‘ Picasso's mistress.
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’Abstraction and Ornament in Contemporary Painting ’
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Winner of the 1992, I995 81 1996 ’Scotland on Sunday Critic’s Award’ for ’Best Exhibition of the Festival’
ROYAL BOTANIC GARDEN EDINBURGH
daily 10-5 during Festival, admission free
CURATED BY DAVID M005 AND PAUL NESBITT IIIANKS l0 DEI’ARIMINI '5‘, EDINBURGH }