Stars Of Stage And Screen Until Sun 2‘) Mar. A collection of portraits of fatnous Scottish faces including Sean Connery. Billy Connolly. l,ulu and the gallery's recent acquisition. John By'rne's painting entitled Self l’urrruil III A F/(lll't’ll’d JtIt‘kt'l.


75—7‘) Cumberland Street. 557 I020. Mon -l-'ri l0am~opmz Sat l0arii~4pm. Frame Of Mind Sat l0 Thti 2‘) Jan. The diversity ofcontemporary art in Scotland is explored. as ()0 artists ltave each been given an Identical frame and an invitation to fill it in.

Recent Acquisitions Sat I0 "'Iilltl 2‘) Jan. Crafts.

Ethel Gabain 1883—1950 Sat l0—Thu 2‘) Jan. Paintings.

Jewellery Sat l0-Thu 2‘) Jati. Recent acquisitions.


Patriothall Studios. off4t< Hamilton Place. 225 I25"). Mon- l‘ri noon—5pm; Sat-~Sun noon—(rpm.

Forms Sat l7~Wed 28 Jan. Abstract oil paintings by Leslie Soiirerville in her first solo exhibition.


43 Candlemaker Row. 220 l‘)l l. Tue—Sat noon--5.30piti.

Divine Facades: Views 0f Indian Architecture Sat l0 Jan—Sat 14 Feb. Ari exhibition of newly commissioned works by artists based in India. commemorating the 50th anniversary of India's Independence lIl l‘)47. See preview. ROYAL BOTANIC GARDEN

Inverleith House. Inverleith Row. 552 7l7l. Tue~Sun |0arii—3.30prii. £2.50

II; 1.50).

In Visible Light t’tttil IS I‘eb l‘)‘)8. A touring exhibition from the Museum of Modern Art itt ()sford. which looks a! the multiple applications of photography from its earliest days to the present. Artists include Darwin. Mapplethorpe. .lo Spence. Diane Ar'bus. Cindy Sherman and the l‘)‘)7 Turner Prize winner. Gillian Wearing. l’ttrl (If Ant/Heir! Ire/II.

ROYAL OVER-SEAS HOUSE landings Gallery. I00 Princes Street. 225 I50]. Mott—Sun llltllll'Gplll.

Behind Closed Doors L'tittl 3| Jati l‘)‘)t<. A collection of recent work by Lesley Banks. The centrepiece of the exhibition is her painting The [ml which won Banks the Lord Provost of Glasgow pt'lle.

ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY Princes Street. 225 667 I. Mon-Sat l0am-5pm1Suri 2-5pm.

A Sense Of Space Hi to Jan Sun IS l-"eb. The Sir William Gillies Centenary touring exhibition.

THE SCOTTISH GALLERY l(I Dutidas Street. 558 I200. Mon l‘i'i l0am—(ipm; Sat l0am 4pm.

Victoria Crowe Mon I2 Jan—Wed 4 Feb. New paintings and works on paper. Susan May Mon l2 Jan—Wed 4 l‘eb. Jewellery.

David Roberts Mon l2 lair-\Ved 4 Jan. Ceramics.


23 Cockburti Street. 622 (I200. Tue ASat l0am--(Ipm.

Hiroshi Sugimoto Until 24 .lan 1998. A rare opportunity to view the work of Japanese photographer Sugrmoto. The exhibition features two of his four distinct series of works. Dioramas and Wax Museums. I’m! a] AMI/Item Lie/it.


University of lidinburglr. ()Id College. South Bridge. (I50 22l l. Tue -Sat I0am—5pm.

Grey Weighted Notes Sat 17 Jaii~Sat 22 Feb. New work by Donald L'rquhart.

TORRANCE GALLERY 2‘)b Dundas Street. 556 (i366. Mow-Sat Ham—(rpm; Sat I0.30am- 4pm.

F Argyle And The Isles Sat to Sat 24 Jan.

Paintings by John l.owt'ie-Morrison.


' 7 Bell‘s Brae. Dean Village. 225 382‘).

i Daily llam -5pm. From The Caucasus To Casablanca lintil Thu 2‘) Jan. A selection of paintings. sculpture arid photography front liastern liurope to Morocco. including the work of Madrid artist. Mil l.ubroth.

5 EDINBURGH nuszuns


I42 Canongale. 52‘) 4 I43. Mon Sat

10am (rpm. Packed with historic

artefacts. this museum tells the story of

Edinburgh's past and its people.

Our Commonwealth t'riul Tue .‘il .‘ytat;

A look at how liditiburgh represents a

Commonwealth of people with different identities. experiences and histories. Wha's Like Us? l'ntil Tue .‘sl Mar An

I exhibition looking at Scotttsh identity

: MUSEUM or curronooo

I 42 High Street. 52‘) 4l42. Mort Sun

' l0am (rpm. All manner oIarchtye tIIaterial and old toy s relating to childhood Iltrough the ages. PEOPLE'S STORY lb} (‘anongate 52‘) 4057. Mon Sat l0atit--(Ipm. The sights. sounds and c\ err smells of Edinburgh folk Irom the lSth

century onwards.


2 Chambers Street. 225 7534. Mon Sat

l0am 5pm tTue until Spml; Suit

noon-5pm. £3 (£4.50); children free.

: Art 81 Industry AII educational and ftiti

interactive gallery that features

everything from an Iilton .Iohti stage suit

to a Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Fruit & veg: Dr W Marshall gets fruity

in a show of photos by Tricia Malley and Ross Gillespie at the National Portrait Gallery

bookcase. plus the chance to step back Iii time and resliy e the fashions. music and pitslllttes of the l‘)5(ls. ()IJ\_ 70s and 80s; The Ivy Wu Gallery This permanent gallery features a superb collection of artworks from China. Japan and Korea. w ttli costutiies. ceramics. furniture and prints.

Colours Of Africa l'nttl Sun 25 Jan, A collecttort of y i\ idly colottred A frtcan textiles and dress. l’tm of St nI/tuit/Z-l/rit'u ()7.

The Ainu Bear Festival t'titi! 'Itie ‘~I Mar. Atr Insight Into the lives of the indigenous people who l|\e tn Northern Japan. l'eaturetl Iii the eshtbition is a unique collection of Ainu costume and decoratiye objects used during The Bear l'estiyal. III which a bear would be killed as a means of returning hurt to his spiritual home.

listings ART


I.ad_v Stair‘s Close. 52‘) 4‘)0l. Mon~Sat l0arII---Opm. A treasure-house of items relating to three of Scotland‘s most famous writers: Robert Louis Stevenson. Robert Burns and Sir Walter Scott.



MCLEAN MUSEUM 8t ART GALLERY l5 Kelly Street. (ll-I75 72574 I.

Sir Alfred East: A British Impressionist Sat to Jan Sat 3s l‘cb. Three works on display by one of Britain's most ittIportant Impressionist



War Meiiioi‘ial Gardens. 0l5‘)2 4 l 2So0. Mon—Sat l0.30am--5pm; Sun 2 —5pm. Grave Goods llntil Stiri b' Feb. A mixed- media exhibition featuring contemporary artists' responses to Bron/e Age funerary vessels.



35 The Arcade. ()l 786 47030 I, Tue rSat l0am 5.30pm.

Browsing [Tittil Sat 24 Jan. A departure front the Usual approach to browsing is esplot‘ed by over 30 eonterriporary' artists as the gallery is transformed into a ‘shoppers' paradise'. Works include t- shirts. postcards. recycled shopping bags and installations.

lectures &



Allan Ramsay's Second Wife Ir‘r'i ‘) Jan. 12.45pm. National Gallery Of Scotland. A talk by Duncan 'l'homson.

Sleeping Nude Mon l2 Jan. I2.45pm. Ntttiottitl Gallery ()IV Modern Art. Bill llai'e talks about Joan Iiardley ‘s painting.

Lord Kames Wed [4 Jan. l2.45pm. National Portrait Gallery. Jeanne Cantu/Io talks about the work of David Martin.

Portrait Of A Man Fri lo Jan. 12.45pm. National Gallery Of Scotland. Alistair Smith discusses Quentin Massys's painting,

That Was Then, This Is Now: Scottish Art In The 805 And 905 Mon I‘) Jan. l2.45pm. National Gallery Of Modern Art. A slide lecture about Scottish art in the 80‘s and ‘)0's given by Siobhan Dougherty.

The Visit 0f Queen Victoria And Prince Albert To Hawthornden Wed 2| Jan. l2.45pm. National Portrait Gallery. Matthew Wellai'd talks about this painting by Sir William Allan.




17th January 14th March 1998

Monday Saturday 9.30 5.00


Hunterian Art Gallery University of Glasgow, G12 8QQ Telephone 0141 330 5431

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