Studentsfrom Goldsmiths, the
75th - 29th August
Late night music. Thurs and Sat
2 Howe St, EH3, Edinburgh, Venue 181 om 220 312i
An exhibition of paintings, photographs and sounds by
Artist-in-Residence 1999 Edinburgh Zoo
The Gallery Edinburgh Zoo
Open every day 23 July — 3 September 1999 9.00am — b.00pm
Admission free Telephone 0131314 0311
THE SCOTTISH GALLERY
GIOVANNI CORVAIA 8c JACKIE RYAN Jewellery “DRIVEN TO ABSTRACTION” Vessels
6 August - I September
16 DUNDAS STREET EDINBURGH EH3 6HZ TEL. 0131 558 1200
FESTIVAL ART LISTINGS continued
Simon Manby t'ntil l-‘ri 3 Sep. New work in stone and bronze by sculptor Simon Manby.
Paul Spence l'niil Fri 3 Sep. Metallic glazed ceramics by Paul Spence.
~19 Bernard Street. l.eith. 4(37 7392. Tue—lid | lam—-(ipiii; Sat & Stiii
Contemporary Art Exhibition t'niil Sat 4 Sep. Mixed exhibition ol‘ contemporary art featuring work by Anna Montgomery. Marcelo Jose de Melo and I-‘inlay' Kenny.
LACKADAISICAL CONTEMPORARY ART Iidinburgh Ski Club. I Howe Street. 220 3l2l. Daily Illttm~7pltL
Contemporary Art Sun 15 Tue 3| Aug. Painting. installation. photography. graphics and sculpture by graduates from the Royal Academy. Royal (‘ollege ot Ai't. Goldsmiths in London. the Riiskiii in Oxford and Iidinburgh ('ollege ol‘ Art.
(i5 The Shore. 553 5355. .\Ion ~l5ri
I lam—Spin; Sat I lain- 4pm.
Out Of Africa L'ntil Sat 28 Aug. Al'i'ican landscapes by Alistair Iiiddes Watt.
Lucy Poett lintil Sat 28 Aug. Sculptures by Lucy Poett in bronze and terracotta.
LEONE COCKBURN CONTEMPORARY ART
2| Dean Park Mews. 3-13 28-10. .\1on--I"ri l-—5.3()pm; Sat 11am—2pm.
Festival 99 but” Sat 2] Aug. Paintings by James ()rr. Lin Pattullo and Helen .\1.
Tu rne r.
LLOYDS TSB BANK SCOTLAND
The Atrium. Henry Duncan House. l2l) George Street. 558 l2()(). Mon Sat
Contemporary Scottish Art Sat l4 Aug-Sat 4 Sep. New work by gallery artists.
3 High Street. Musselburgh. 653 4-132. Tue—Sat I()ani—5pin; Sun iioon~~lpni. Patrick Ciranna Sat 14 Aug —Sat 4 Sep. Work by Patrick Ciranna.
MALCOLM INNES GALLERY
‘ 4 [)undas Street. 558 9544/5. Mon—Fri
“Iain—6pm; Sat I lam—2pm. Jemima Blackburn 1823-1909 tiniil
Sat I4 Aug. Paintings and memoirs of a
Victorian lady. Scottish Panorama Wed 18 Aug- Sat 4
I Sep. Nineteenth and 20th century oil
paintings and watercolours.
MARIE Curtis CANCER CARE
29 Albany Street. 478 7050. Mon—Pri
10am—5pm; Sat |()am—l m.
' Exhibition Of Waterco ours Until Sat 4
Sep. Watercolour paintings limit the Flowering ()I~ Scotland Book ()I- Ilopc,
DCParIiiieiit ot'.-\rchitectiii'e. 20 ('Iiaiiibers Street. (L50 2298. Mon I"ri Illaiii 5pm.
The Labyrinth l'iitil Iiri 20 Aug. .A celebration ol‘ Joseph Beuy s and his work with Iidiiiburgh gallery owner. Richard l)eiiiarco.
Dialogues l'ntil I"i'i 3 Sep. A changing programme l‘eaturiiig twenty artists from around the world working in installation. \ ideo and perlorinanee art.
George Wyllie Thu 1‘) ck Iii'i Ill Aug. Sculptor (ieorge \Vy llie collaborates with composer Nigel ()sboi'iie in a pc‘l'l'ol‘ittuttc‘c‘ eltllllc‘tl Krnni‘n I'fi't'nl.
7| l11\ erleith Row. 55o 97(io. Sat 10am 5pm; Sun iiooii 4pm.
Original Chinese Watercolours A selection ol' original ('liiiiese watercolours with prices ranging li‘oiii £32.
35 St Stephen Street. 320 (i877. Mon Sat 10.30am Ipiii & 2 5pm; Sun I 4.30pm. Parfum l'iitil 'I‘ue 3| Aug. An exhibition of 20th century scent bottles.
NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART Bell'oi'd Road. 634 ($200 irecoi'ded litItit'lllilllUlt 332 32661. .\Ion Sat
Illam 5pm; Stiii I lain 5pm. (‘ale A display ol recent acquisitions by a line-tip oI big British names. including Damien Hii‘st. Rachel Whilci'ead and ('athcrine Yass together with a display ol works by prominent 20th century artists. including Picasso. Matisse. Moore. Hockney and Bellaiiy.
Joseph Beuys: Editions t'niil Sun It) Sep. £2.50 (L I .50). On loan l'roiii a private collection in Berlin. the lirst British showing ol'Joseph Beuys' editions prints. objects. photographs. books and postcards made between l‘)(i5 and his death in I986. A key artist in the post-war period. this conceptual artist and advocate ol' ‘social sculpture'. Betty‘s today commands a strategic position in late 20th century art. See review.
NATIONAL GALLERY OF SCOTLAND The Mound. 62-1 (i200 (recorded information 333 3366). Mon Sat
I Iain (ipiii; Stiii l laiii (ipiii. An impressive collection oI' works lroin the Renaissance to Post-Impressionism. by artists including Raphael. Rembrandt. Titian. Poussin. Degas. Van (iogh and Monet along with work by lXth and l9th century Scottish artists. Recently returned to display is Titian's Diana Ami (til/ism. Mastery And Ele ance: French Drawings From t e Collection Of Jeffrey E. Horvitz l‘iitil Stiii 5 Sep. I‘ree.
1 999 Festival Exhibitions at
Exhibitions are open daily from 10am -
8 — 29 August 1999
Edinburgh (Iollcge of Art presents an exciting variety ULL‘XIIII‘II’IHHS as part ol'tlie Edinburgh International Festival I-‘ringc. All exhibitions are tree .iiid open to the public. This exciting programme has something tor everyone. Photography, Installation, Sculpture, Video Installation and Painting
For ﬂirt/167' infommtiwi please contact: DIANE HENDERSON, EDINBURGH COLLEGE oi: AR'r, LAURisTos‘ PLAtzi-z, EDINBURGH EH3 9DF Tel: 0131 221 6032 E-mail: d.henderson@ecaatcaik
“THE LIST Edinburgh Gallery Guide 1999