Exhibitions are listed alphabetically by venue. Festival Art listings are compiled by Helen Mona han. Please note that many Edinburg galleries and museums will revert back to their normal opening times after the festival.
THE ADAM POTTERY
76 Henderson Row, 557 3978. Mon—Sat 10am-6pm.
Clay 99 Until Sat 4 Sep. A selling exhibition of new work by potters Janet Adam, Michele Bills and Emma Grove.
ART GYM 8: CRAFT STUDIO
26 St Stephen Street, 225 5865. Mon-Fri (closed Tue) Ham-9pm; Sat 10am—7pm; Sun noon-6 m.
Mixed Exht ition On permanent display, arts and crafts by local artists.
ASSOCIATION OF UKRAINIANS
14 Royal Terrace, 556 7622. Daily 2—7pm.
Sounds Of Colour Until Mon 30 Aug. Paintings and graphics by contemporary Ukrainian artists.
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10am-6pm; Sat 10am—1pm.
George DenholmoArmour 1864-1949 Until Sat 4 Sep. Animal paintings and cartoons which appeared in Punch by George Denholm-Armour.
Mixed Exhibition Mon 6—Thu 30 Sep. A selection of general stock including paintings by George Houston and David Roberts.
Bristo Square, 662 8882.
Starving Wife Art Company Until Sun 29 Aug. Daily noon-8pm (closed Wed). The Starving Wife Art Company present an exhibition of artworks by new and emergin artists.
The Wil Islands Until Sat 28 Aug. Mon-Sat 10am-5.30pm. Photographs, paintings and found objects by Gordon Strachan inspired by the Garra Isles between Loch Kishorn and Plockton.
Moray House College, Old Playhouse Court, Canongate, 558 6509/6206. Mon—Sat lOam-Spm.
Bil Dung Until Fri 27 Aug. Work by students from the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, Oxford.
BEYOND WORDS BOOKSHOP
42-44 Cockburn Street, 226 6636. Tue—Sat 10am—6pm; Sun & Mon noon—5 m.
Coasta Rim Until Thu 30 Sep. Large- scale abstract photographs by Sunnifa Hope of New York.
A Sea Change - 28 Phases Of The Moon Thu 26 Aug. 7.30pm. Free. Live performances with poems from John Powls, music from Kaleidoscope and photographs by Carol Ballenger.
BOURNE FINE ART
6 Dundas Street, 557 4050. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm; Sat 11am-4pm. Landmarks - Seamarks Until Sat 28 Aug. Works on paper and box constructed sculptures by Will Maclean. William Plumptre and Nick Caiger- Smith Until Sat 4 Sep. New ceramics. The Smaller Picture Until Sat 4 Sep. Artists John Boyd, Rob Maclaurin, John McLean and Jenny Wood, who are better known for their large-scale paintings, show smaller works.
20th Century Scottish Still Lifes Wed I—Thu 30 Sep. An exhibition of still life paintings including works by Peploe, Gillies, Redpath and Philipson.
3 Bruntsfield Crescent, 447 4716. Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.
Ral Veroni Until Fri 17 Sep. An exhibition of artist’s books created between 1990-1998 by Argentinian artist Ral Veroni.
CALTON GALLERY 10 Royal Terrace, 556 1010. Mon—Fri
CITY ART CENTRE
2 Market Street, 529 3993. Mon-Sat 10am-6pm; Sun noon—5pm. £3 (£2); famil ticket £7/season ticket £5.50. Scot and's Art Until Sat 2 Oct. As Scotland enters the new millennium, this major exhibition brings together art from both civic and university collections from all over the country. Comprising painting, sculpture, printmaking and photography, the show features the work of the ' Scottish Colourists, the Glasgow Boys, Allan Ramsay and Henry Raeburn among others, to contemporary artists Alan Davie, John Bellany, Eduardo Paolozzi, Elizabeth Blackadder and Peter Howson. An Infinite Storm Of Beauty Until Sat 2 Oct. A celebratory exhibition on the life and achievements of Scottish-bom conservationist John Muir, who was known as the ‘father of the American National Parks’.
Edinburgh's Collection Until Sat 25 Sep. The broad and diverse range of artworks held in the City’s collection goes on display.
19 Blair Street, 220 0125. Daily 11am—1am.
Heard And Not Seen Until Sat 4 Sep. A photographic exhibition by artist David N. McIntyre featuring portraits of Edinburgh DJs.
22—28 Cockburn Street, 220 1260. Tue-Sat Ham-5.30pm; Thu 11am-8pm; Sun 2-4pm.
Mike Nelson - In Memory Of H.P. Lovecraft Until Sat 25 Sep. Artist Mike
GLASGOW PRINTSTUDIO ‘ FESTIVAL EXHIBITION
79 Hanover Street,
(Above Bar Napoli Restaurant)
6 August - 4 September I999 Monday - Saturday lOam-bpm
Tel: 04I0 542 870/0I4l 552 0704 Arranged with the support ofA Crolla 8: Son Catering Ltd
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Nelson creates a site-specific piece based on a short story by Jorge Luis Borges, in this his first major show in Scotland. Everything Must Go! Until Sat 25 Sep. The gallery’s project room becomes an art shop during the Festival with the chance to purchase an art work by some of Scotland’s emerging contemporary artists.
16 Prince Regent Street, 553 7176. Daily 11am—6pm.
Boyle Family Until Sat 4 Sep. Famed for their fibreglass reliefs of randomly selected squares of the surface of the earth, artist collective the Boyle Family (Mark Boyle, Joan Hills, Sebastian and Georgia Boyle) present an exhibition of works in this their ﬁrst exhibition in Scotland since 1987.
Grindlay Court Centre, Grindlay Street Lane, 229 7941. Mon-Thu 10am-4pm; Fri 10am—2 m.
Festival Ex ibition Until Mon 30 Aug. An exhibition of Japanese art in conjunction with The Japanese Experience.
CYBERIA INTERNET CAFE
88 Hanover Street, 220 4403. Mon-Sat lOam-lOpm; Sun noon—7pm.
Julianna Marie Capes - Paintings 1997-99 Until Fri 3 Sep. Canvas paintings of fruit by Julianna Capes. For a sneak preview of her work, check out her website (www.comsa.co.uk/juliannacapes).
DANISH CULTURAL INSTITUTE
3 Doune Terrace, 225 7189. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm.
Free As A Bird Until Sat 25 Sep. Paintings exploring nature and organic form by contemporary Danish artist Inge Lise Westman.
THE DEAN GALLERY
Belford Road, 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon-Sat 10am—5pm; Sun llam-Spm. Cafe. Situated opposite the National Gallery of Modern Art, the new Dean Gallery is entirely devoted to art of the 20th century. A former 19th century
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orphanage, it houses a large collection of work by Eduardo Paolozzi, as well as outstanding works drawn from the National Galleries’ Dada and Surrealist collections by Giacometti, Picabia, Max Ernst and others. The upper galleries are given over to temporary exhibitions. New Work By Gary Hume Until Sun 17 Oct. £2.50 (£1.50). Famed London-based artist Gary Hume who exhibited in the much talked about Sensation show, and is currently representing Britain at the 1999 Venice Biennale, shows new work. Using high-gloss paint on panels of aluminium, Hume’s paintings deal in the psychology of colour and deliver pure visual sensation.
THE DI ROLLO GALLERY
27 Queensferry Street, 220 4150. Mon-Sat 9.30am-5.30pm; Sun noon—4pm.
On The Fringes Of Edinburgh Until Mon 30 Aug. Watercolours of Edinburgh and the surrounding area by Irvine Russell and marine scenes by Peter Knox.
DOM'S HOME FOR THE ART
8 Advocate’s Close, 357 High Street, 225 9271. Daily llam-9pm.
Festival Exhibition Until Tue 31 Aug. A group exhibition by artists from Britain and abroad. The venue will also be hosting impromptu quartet recitals throughout the festival.
DUNDAS STREET GALLERY
6a Dundas Street, 558 9363. Mon-Sat 10am—6pm.
Shona Barr Fri 27 Aug-Sat 4 Sep. (Flying Colours Gallery at Dundas Street Gallery). New paintings by Shona Barr.
EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART Lauriston Place, 221 6000. Daily lOam-S m. . . . Fringe Igoster Competition Exhtbttton Until Sat 28 Aug. Over 250 illustrations selected from this year’s entries.
The Nature Of Sweetness Until Sun 29 Aug. A group exhibition of work by six artists from Switzerland, Hansjorg Marti, Barbarella Maier, Alex Silber, Mathis Vass, Nives Widauer and M. Magdalena Z’Gra en.
New P otographs Until Sun 29 Aug. Swedish artist Bjorn Sterri looks at