New Year's Eve, Hanoi. 1995 by Jeremy Hardie at The Reynolds Gallery
designs for Princes Street which were never carried otit.
88 I.othian Road. 338 3688. Daily l0am— I0pm.
Degeneration Until Sat 36 .lun. Photographs by Toni Jenner.
My Place Sat 3--Sat 3| .Itil. Photography exhibition featuring the work of the North West Arts Group.
35 William Street. 335 3 I96. Tue—Fri llam—5pni; Sat I Iam--3pni.
John Dolan Until Sat 36 Jtrii. New paintings by John Dolan.
AJ. Young Thu l—Sat 3| .Itil. Abstract. landscape paintings of the West Coast GALLERY
45 Market Street. 335 3383. Mon—Sat IIani—6pin1Strn noon-5pm.
Tales Of The Sands Until Sat 24 Jul. A group exhibition in association with Sai'il Sliapii‘a (curator of Israeli art at the Israeli Museum. Jerusalem). showing current developments in Israeli art. featuring painting. photography. sculpture and installation by Larry Abramson. Degaiiit Berest. Joshtral Borkovsky. ltzhak Danziger. Gilad Efi'at. Sigalit Landau. Moshe Niiiio and Mielia Ullman. During the exhibition there will be a series of films by both Israeli and Palestinian filmmakers - see Fldinbttrgh film listings.
GEORGE WATSON'S COLLEGE
Art Department. South Gillsland Road. off Coliitton Road. 446 6037. Mon-Sat llani—7piir.
Existing Bodies Until Wed an inn. Photography and mixed media work by artist-in-residence .Iulie Read.
HANOVER FINE ARTS
33a Dundas Street. 556 3 I8 I. Mon—Fri l0.30am—6pm: Sat I0ani—4pm.
Art From The Ukraine Until Sat 36 Jun. Annual group exhibition by established Ukrainian artists featuring rural. sea and industrial landscapes. still life and llowers.
Graciela Ainsworth - Glass In Spanish Sat 3—Sat 34 .Itil. Drawings and wall sculptures in steel. slate. glass and silver leaf.
Anna Caro Sat 3—Sat 34 Jul. Figure and plant studies in conte crayon and waterL‘olour.
7 Grassmarket. 33‘) 7884. Mon—Sat ltlarii—bprii: Sun rioori—5piri.
Sophie Payne UntiI Sun 4 Jul. Drawings and paintings by Sophie Payne with 35% of the proceeds of any sales going to the Scottish charities Kosovo appeal.
Edinburgh’s Festival Centre. Castlehill. Royal Mile. 473 30l0.
Formerly the Highland Tolbootli. The Hub is now home to the Edinburgh International Festival alter £7.5million major redevelopment. lt houses the ticket centre. administration offices. shop and cafe as well as providing a rehearsal space. education and outreach facilities and the Festival cltib. Integrated contemporary art works are located throughout the building featuring architectural tiles by Jacqui Poncelet. vibrant textiles adorning the walls of the main ball by Glasgow company Sqtrigee. pale coloured stained glass windows for the library by Christian Shaw. a sculpture hall including I50 figures of dancers. actors and musicians by Scottish sculptor Jill Watson and a double track of underlit frosted glass tiles running along the entrance to the sculpture hall by artist-iii- residence at lidinbtrrgh College of Art. Keiko Mukaide.
6 Carlton Terrace. 556 444 I. Wed—Sat l0am-5pm.
Modern Masters I Until Wed 30 Jan. The first in an annual series of exhibitions featuring recent acquisitions of paintings and drawings by 30th century British masters. On display. are works by Augustus John. Ben Nicholson. Graham Sutherland. I-lric Gill. Peter |.anyon and William Scott.
Summer Sculpture Wed 30 Jun—Sal 3| Jill. A mixed show of sculpture in wood and stone for botli the home and garden. Featured artists include Richard Bray. David Nash and Jim Patridge. plus stone wall reliefs by Ian Hamilton Finlay. work in wood and bronze by Craig Murray-()rr and one of the site-specific works made in the gallery earlier in the year by Andy Goldsworthy.
38 St Stephen Street. 336 544‘). Mon—Fri 9.30am—5pm.
Jill Calder Until Thu 3| Jul. Drawings by Jill Calder. which illustrate the model Honor Fraser‘s musings in .S't-uI/uml ()u Sum/(iv.
INSTITUT FRANCAIS D'ECOSSE
I3 Randolph Crescent. 335 5366. Mon-Fri 9.30am—6.30pni: Sat
9.30am— l .30pni.
Fifty Years Of French Philosophy Until Sat 3 Jul. This two-part exhibition looks at the history of French philosophy.
Je Suis Seul Et .Ie Travaille Fri 25 Jun—Sat 34 Jul. ()ne of France's most impressive contemporary artists George Tony Stoll creates new installations for the gallery space.
66 Cumberland Street. 558 9873. Mon—Fri l0am—6pm; Sat l0ani—4pm
Op Art Until Strii l Aug. Screenprints by Bridget Riley. Victor \'as‘arcly and .Iaacox Again.
ITALIAN CULTURAL INSTITUTE
83 Nicolson Street. 668 3333. Mon-Fri I0ani—5pin.
II Canto Di Una Vita Tue 2‘) lint-Sui Io Jul. A documentary exhibition portray mg the personal and artistic life of the composer Francesco Paolo 'l‘osti.
5 Northuiiiberland Street Lane. 557 5454. Mort—Sat l lam—4.30pm.
Panoramic Places Until tin 35 Jun. Paintings by Sara Downhanr
Mixed Exhibition Until Fri 35 .Iuii. Paintings by gallery artists rncludrrrg Francis Boag. William Cadenhead. I-ay Clark. Alan Cumming and Rosemary Sttrbbs.
Moray Miller L’ntil l'l'l 35 Jun. Contemporary glass.
Chris Bailey Until Fri 35 Jun. Sculpture iii wood.
4‘) Bernard Street. l.citli. 467 7393. Tue—Fri I lain—6pm; Sat «k Stiii llaiii~3.30pm.
Mixed Exhibition Until Sat 3| .Itil. Mixed exhibition of contemporary art featuring work by Finlay Kenny. ’
65 The Shore. 553 5355. Tue I‘ll
I lain—5pm; Sat I lam—4pm.
Annual Marine Exhibition t’niil Sat 34 Jul. ()ver I00 artists display \york inspired by the sea.
LEONE COCKBURN CONTEMPORARY ART
3| Deaii I’ark Mews. 343 3840. Mon-Iii l-5.30pm; Sat I Iain—3pm.
Mixed Exhibition Fri 35 Jun~Sat 3 Jul. An exhibition of I’angolin editions bron/e sculptures featuring the work of Gordon Aitcheson. David Backliotrse. I.ynii Chadwick and Anita Mandlantl.
MATTHEW ARCHITECTURE GALLERY University of Fdinburgh. 30 Chambers Street. 650 3343. Mon-Fri l0ani—-8pni: Sat—Sun I0.30ani—3.30pni.
End Of Year Show Mon 38 Jun I-r'r |6 .Itil. Final year architecture students present their work at this annual degree sliow
7| liiverleith Row. 556 9766. Tue-Sun llani—5pm.
Contemporary Chinese Paintings Until Wed 30 Jun. Contemporary Chinese paintings both framed and on scrolls. plus unframed original paintings on Chinese paper.
Department of Photography. Film And Television. 33 AthoIl Crescent. 466 730I. Daily 9.30am—5piii.
Compound Eye Until Sun 37 Jim, The final year degree show from students at the photography. filrii and television department. Filni screenings are on Mon 3| Jtrn. 7pm at the Filmhouse. I.otliian Road.
NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART Belford Road. 634 6300 (recorded information 333 3366). Mon—Sat l0am—5pm‘. Stiii 3-5pm. Cafe. A display of recent acquisitions by a line-up of big British names. including Damien Hirsl. Rachel Whiteread and Catherine Yass together with a display of works by prominent 30th century artists. including Picasso. Matisse. Moore. Hockney and Bellanv.
Joseph Beuys: Editions Sat 3 Jul-Sun 19 Sep. £3.50 (LL50). ()ii Ioaii front a private collection in Berlin. the first British showing of Joseph Beuys's editions — prints. objects. photographs. books and postcards — made between I965 and his
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The Royal Scottish Academy
I73rd ANNUAL EXHIBITION
The RSA Galleries, The Mound, Edinburgh
UNTIL jULY I I
Don't miss the chance to see James McIntosh Patrick’s renowned “Four Seasons” on view in Edinburgh for the first time.
Plus works by Alberto Morrocco, and David McClure. as well as 437 oth- ers - paintings. prints. sculpture and architeCture. Open lOam-Spm daily. 2pm-5pm Sundays Admission £2 (conc £l) Season £4 Sponsored by Maclay Murray & Spens
TALBOT RICE GALLERY
UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH OLD COLLEGE. SOUTH BRIDGE
IN THE SUMMERTIME
a curated exhibition selected from W.A.S.P. studios in Scotland
19 JUNE - 24 JULY TUES - SAT 10.00 - 5.00
‘PRACTICAL SUPPORT SYSTEMS FOR ARTISTS’ Friday 25 June - 2—4.30pm
Artists talks in the Gallery Fridays 2. 9 & 16 July at 1pm
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