ART LISTINGS continued
OCEANEERING MULTIPLEX BUILDING Victoria Dock. Leith. 337 8897. Daily noon—6pm.
Made In Leith Until Sat 3 Apr. The Oceaneering Multiilex building at Victoria Quay (due to be demolished) provides an unusual exhibition space for this community project of work by artists living and working in Leith. Featuring paintings. sculpture and textiles by artists Kevin Dagg. Joanne Campbell. David Shearer. Chris Daly and Simon Briggs among others. the show looks at the changing nature of Leith.
OPEN EYE GALLERY
75-79 Cumberland Street. 557 1020. Mon—Fri l0am—6pm; Sat 10am-4pm. Deborah Edwards Until Thu l5 Apr. Contemporary ceramics.
John Kingsley Cook 1911-1994 Until Thu I5 Apr. A retrospective exhibition of John Kingsley Cook highlighting the range of work he carried out throughout his career.
Katie Eastaugh Until Thu I5 Apr. Natural. earthenware ceramic pieces. Archie Dunbar McIntosh Until Thu IS Apr. Semi-abstract paintings including seascapes.
(WASPS) Patriothall Studios. off 48 Hamilton Place. 225 l289. Daily
Surface Stills Sat 3—Tue l3 Apr. Recent abstract oil paintings by Ann McCIuskey inspired by geological phenomena.
THE QUEEN'S HALL
Clerk Street. 667 7776. Mon—Sat lOam—5.30pm.
Fresh Light On The Familiar Until Sat 24 Apr. Gouache paintings by Kathleen Buttlield focusing on the effect of light. whether on landscapes. buildings. flowers. boats or still life.
TALBOT RICE GALLERY University of Edinburgh Old College, South Bridge
FRIDAY 5 MARCH - SATURDAY 10 APRIL
GALLERY CLOSING 2, 3, 4, 5 APRIL
‘NEW ADDITIONS TO AN OLD COLLECTION'
a chance to see paintings and sculpture recently acquired by the 400 - year - old Fine Art Collection of the University of Edinburgh and
‘MICHELANGELO IN PHOTOGRAPHS'
an exhibition by Aurelio Amendola, in association with the Italian Institute.
Tuesday - Saturday 10-5
Please call 0131 650 2211 for further details.
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Thoughts from abroad: Kitajs' 'portraits in prints' are on show at the Edinburgh Printmakers
ROYAL BOTANIC GARDEN
Inverleith House. lnverleith Row. 552
7I7 I. Wed—Sun lIam—Spm.
Graham Fagen At The Botanics Until Sat I May. Botanical photographs by Graham Fagen. taken from his library of horticultural and botanical research. The images including a honeysuckle. an orchid and a thistle are presented alongside narrative texts. Accompanying the show is a display of archive botanical teaching instructions dating frotn the mid 19th century. See review.
Cartooning For Equality - Fawcett's Fun Girls Thu I—Thu 22 Apr. (Caledonian Hall). A light-hearted look at women’s I 30-year struggle for equality through a collection ofcartoons.
THE ROYAL EDINBURGH HOSPITAL
The Link Gallery. Morningsitle Place. 229 3555. For further information call Artlink on 229 3555.
Fusion Until Sun 25 Apr. Paintings and multimedia artworks by patients at The Royal Edinburgh Hospital.
THE ROYAL INEIRMARY OF EDINBURGH The Pelican Gallery. I Lauriston Place. 229 3555. For further information call Artlink on 229 3555.
Contemporary Scottish Textiles Until Sun 25 Apr. Contemporary textiles ranging from wall hangings to small tapestries.
Drinking Guide 1999
Available IS April
ROYAL OVER-SEAS HOUSE
Landings Gallery. l00 Princes Street. 225 I50l. Daily l0am—6pm.
Todd Narbey L'ntil Fri 2] May. Recent paintings.
Russian Lacquer Miniatures Fri 2 Apr—Sat 8 May. Miniatures by contemporary artists from four central Russian villages; Kholui. Palekh. Fedoskino and Mstiora.
l6 Dundas Street. 558 I200. Mon—Fri I0am—6pm; Sat I0atn—-Ipm.
Ann Dram Until Wed 7 Apr. New paintings.
Scottish Printed Textiles Until Wed 7 Apr. Printed textiles by a selection of Scottish artists featuring work by Jane Keith. Sarah Keith. Jan Milne and Frances Stevenson.
Timepieces Until Wed 7 Apr. A group show of clocks. watches and jewellery by Anne Finlay. Marianne Forrest. Roger Millar and Sam Wade.
Denise Findlay Mon I2 Apr—Wed 5 May. Figurative paintings by Denise Findlay. Kathie Murphy Mon I2 Apr—Wed 5 May. Contemporary jewellery.
Automata Mon l2 Apr—Wed 5 May. A group show of automata.
23 Cockburn Street. 622 6200. Tue-Sat I0am—6pm.
The Queen Is Dead Until Sat 24 Apr. Toby Webster front the Modern Institute in Glasgow curates this group show bringing together artists from Australia and Scotland. With work by Australian artists Kate Beynon. I)anius Kesminas. Callum Morton and Hany Armanious. the show also features pieces by Scotland- based artists Martin Boyce. .Iim Lambie. Victoria Morton. Mary Redmond and Cathy Wilkes. See also Collective Gallery.
TALBOT RICE GALLERY
University of Edinburgh. South Bridge. 650 22! I . Tue—Sat l0am-5pm. Photographing Michelangelo Until Sat I0 Apr. Photographs by Aurelio Amendola taken of the sculptures by :Vlicltelangelo in the (.‘appella Medicea in Florence.
New To The University Until Sat to Apr. A display of the University’s new acquisition of 20th century Scottish paintings.
36 Dundas Street. 556 6366. Mon-Fri
I lam—6pm; Sat 10.30am—4pm. Celebrating Our First Anniversary Until Sat 3 Apr. The gallery celebrates its first birthday in its new space with a mixed media show featuring work by over 50 gallery artists.
Ken Ferguson Sat It) Apr—Sun 24 ()CI. Highland landscape paintings.
This section lists museums currently showing temporary exhibitions. For details of other museums, see Edinburgh Life, page 83.
I42 Canongate. 529 4 I43. Mon—Sat l0am—5pm. Free.
Bolti Tasveerein - Talking Pictures Until Sat I May. A photography exhibition looking at the culture and lifestyle of South Asian women in Edinburgh.
MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD
42 High Street. 529 4H2. Mon—Sat l0am—5pni. Free.
Seen But Not Heard: The Lives Of Victorian Children Until Sat 24 Apr. An exhibition examining all aspects of life during Victorian times froth schooling and working children to entertainment and family life.
NEWHAVEN HERITAGE MUSEUM Ncwhaven Harbour. 55I 4 I65. Mon—Sat noon—5pm. Free.
Photographic Memories Until Thu 30 Sep. Photographs by Hill and Adamson. taken in the l840s and contemporary portraits by Miles Tubb. linking past and present generations in Newhaven.
ROYAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND
2 Chambers Street. 247 42I9. Mon—Sat I0am—5pm (8pm Tue); Sun noon—5pm. 5.3 (L l .50); children under l8 free.
Ground Fri 2 Apr-Sun 2 May. Metal sculptures by Jake Harvey including four small sculptures using the Nanbu technique ofcolouring metal. which he created at Ukishima Sculpture Studio in Japan.
Ways 0f Editing Fri 2 Apr—Sun 2 May.
Paperworks by Jacki Parry featuring small-scale objects using cast hand-made paper. which combine both Japanese and Western techniques.
80 Jeffares: Reflections Fri 2 Apr—Sun I6 May. Paintings by Bo Jeffares focusing on Japan with subjects such as '/.en gardens and cherry blossom trees. fusing her knowledge of both Japanese
and Western culture.
Children In Ukiyo-e Fri 2 Apr—Sun to May. ()ver I64 Japanese woodblock prints of the Edo period focusing on ukiyo-e which portray children. Artists include Hokusai. Hiroshige and Utatnaro. Discovering Japan Fri 2 Apr—Sun () Jun. Hands-on fun at this interactive exhibition which delves into the lifestyles and customs ofJapan. Activities include Japanese writing. creating a miniature Japanese garden. tastittg Japanese food and trving on a kimono.
transistors Fri 2 Apr—Wed so Jttn. I)avld Mach. Will Maclean. Dalziel & Scullion. Andy Goldsworthy and Sir Eduardo Paolozzi are among the impressive line-up of leading Scottish sculptors exhibiting small-scale work. Created for the Iwatc Art Festival in Japan. the works receive their first Edinburgh showing.
DUNDEE CONTEMPORARY ARTS
l52 Nethergate. ()I382 432000. Tue~Sun
Prime Until Sun 9 May. Dundee's new contemporary arts venue opens with Prime. an exhibition celebrating and exploring the power and immediacy of contemporary art. The show features painting. scquture. video and installation by an impressive line-up of artists including Anya Gallaccio. Callum lnnes. Catherine Yass. Andy Warhol. Kiki Smith. Tony Ct'agg. .loseph Beuys and Aniin Kapoor. See review. See Lectures & Events.