Dora Maar. not previously exhibited before in Britain.
Surrealism And After: The Gabrielle Keiller Collection Until Sun 9 Nov. Gabrielle Keiller. who died in December I995. left her otttstatidiiig collection of tnodern art to the gallery. There are over I36 paintings. sculptures. prints and drawings. including major works by
Francis Bacon. Salvador Dali. Mas Ernst.
Man Ray and Yves ’I'anguy. See Lectures 8; livents.
Dalziel And Scullion: Endlessly Until Sun 14 Sep. A video installation by two young Scottish artists. Matthew Dalziel and Louise Scullion. who have been working together since the early l99()s.
NATIONAL GALLERY OF SCOTLAND The Mound. 556 892 l. Mon—Sat I()am--5pin; Stiii 2 -5pm. £4 (£2.50).
A line collection of works from the Renaissance to Post-Impressionism. including Rembrandt. Degas and Van Gogh plus Antonio Canovas sculpture The Three (irtu'ex. in residence at the gallery until I999.
The Portrait Of A Lady: Sargent And Lady Agnew Fri 8 Aug-Sun l9 ()ct. An exhibition focusing on John Singer Sargent‘s painting of Lady Agnew ot‘ Lochnaw. See Lectures & livents.
NATIONAL LIBRARY OF SCOTLAND George IV Bridge. 326 4.53 I. Mott-Sat l()ain-5pm: Stiii 2—-5pm.
Captured Shadows t’nt'il Sun 2\’ Sep. A look at the work and lite ol' Scots-born photographer .lohn 'l'homson. who was one of the most important photographic artists of the 19th century.
NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY
Queen Street. 556 R92| .\lon -Sat l()am—5pni: Sun 2 5pm. A stunning collection of portraits of taiiious t'accs lrom the Hub century to present day. plus the national )liotogt'apliy collection.
The Face OI Denmark L'ntil Stiti 3| Aug. £3 t£2i. Danish portraits from the I7th century to the present day.
THE NETHERBOW ARTS CENTRE
43—45 High Street. 556 9579. Daily 9.30am—9pni.
Peter Arkle News to S-Sat _‘~() Aug. listracts from Peter Arkle’s illustrated. sell-published new sletter dedicated to the stories of everyday lite. plus drawings and text inspired by time spent living in Brooklyn. New York.
THE NEW STREET EXHIBITION SPACE 6- l4 New Street. 556 5204. Daily l—7pm.
Illusion And Absurdity 'l‘hu 7~Thu 14 Aug. An exhibition ot‘ work by resident artists at the New Street Studios. lili/a (iilchrist. Polly Verity and Jeremy Walker.
OPEN EYE GALLERY
75—79 Cumberland Street. 557 I020. Mon-Fri 10am—6pm; Sat l()am—4pm. Ports Of Call Sat 9 Aug—Thu 4 Sep. Paintings by Leon Morrocco.
Anna NoeISat 9 Aug—Thu 4 Sep. Contemporary ceramic sculpture. Contemporary Scottish Paintings And Recent Acquisitions Sat 9 Aug—Thu 4 Sep. Artists include John Bellany. William Birnie. Willie Rodger. Marj Bond and Peter Howson.
Quartet Sat 9 Aug—Thu 4 Sep. Contemporary jewellery on a musical theme by various artists.
OUT OF THE NOMAD'S TENT
2] St Leonards Lane. 662 16l2. Mon-Sat l()am-5 in; Stiii noon-4pm.
Clarity f Colour Until Sun 7 Sep. A collection of tribal rugs from southern Iran.
Patriothall Studios. oft-18 Hamilton Place. 225 IZS’9. tvlon—liri noon—5pm: Sat—Sun noon—6pm.
1997 Festival Exhibition Of Contemporary Art And Design Sat 9-—Sat 30 Aug. Work by over twenty contemporary artists in a variety oI dil’t‘erent mediums including jewellery. ceramics. painting. printtnaking and tapestry.
43 Candleinaker Row. 22() |9l l. Mon—Sat l().()()—5.3()pm. Pseudologica Fantastica Tue 12
; Aug~Sat 2() Sep. New work by Glasgow artist Caltim Colvin. featuring a series of i large-scale. digitally produced Colour
1 photographs inspired by the writings of
l7th century .lestiit polyinath. Athanasius Kircher.
PRINTMAKERS' WORKSHOP 23 Linton Street. 557 2-179. Tue-Sat l()am—6pm.
i Picasso Sat 9 Aug—Sat I3 Sep. Selected
graphic works by Pablo Picasso.
THE RANDOLPH GALLERY
10 Randolph Crescent. 558 I200. Mon-Fri l()ain—-6pm; Sat l()ant—inn. The Scottish Colourists Wed 6--Sat 30 Aug. In association with the Scottish Gallery and Ewan Mundy Fine Art. a selection of paintings and drawings by
: S..l. Peploe. PCB. Cadell. ll).
Fergusson and Leslie Hunter.
REIACH AND HALL ARCHITECTS
I 6 Darnaway Street. 225 84-1-1. Mon—Fri : 9.3(lani—4.3()pin.
Thomas Struth Sat 9—-l‘ri 22 Aug. A collection of photographs by Thomas
Struth. who was a former student of
Gerhard Richter. including townscapes ot
' lidinburgh and portraits. See l‘ruitmarket Gallery.
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.21 September. .\lon - Sat l(l - 5. and Sun 2 - 5
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