galleries - museums 0 lectures & events
childhood memories through a series of
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Angus Hood Until Sun 29 Aug. New
work by Angus Hood who culls his
materials from magazines and works in aintin and hoto a h .
e Thirteeri) Pillagrrs i(Sfyllllisdom Until Sun 29 Aug. Photographic installation by Andy Moxon looking at the public’s reaction to celebrity deaths. Here Moxon creates lightboxes each containing transparencies of the thirteen pillars in the Pont D’Alma Tunnel in Paris, the scene of the death of Princess Diana. Dusted Until Sun 29 Aug. Santa Fe artist Peter Sarkisian creates a video installation using projections intertwined with three-dimensional surfaces.
183 Dundas Street, 557 5227. Mon—Fri 11am-5 m; Sat 10am-1pm.
Festiva Exhibition Until Tue 14 Sep. Paintings by artists Brendan Kelly, Josephine Graham, Joan Renton, Andrew Fitzpatrick and others.
EDINBURGH PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY The Photographic Exhibition Centre, 68 Great King Street. Mon-Sat 10am-8pm; Sun 1—5pm.
International Photography Until Sun 5 Sep. £2 (£1.50). Over 200 prints by photographers across the globe in this the 137th annual exhibition.
23 Union Street, 557 2479. Tue-Sat 10am—6pm.
Hisashi Momose - Prints Until Sat 11 Sep. An exhibition of prints by Japanese artist and printmaker Hisashi Momose. See also Royal Museum of Scotland.
THE EDINBURGH SHAVER CENTRE 39 Queen Street, 0797 4579963. Mon—Sat 11am-6pm.
Mullet Until Tue 31 Aug. Paintings, drawing and sculpture by Edinburgh artists Claudia Massie, Ruaridh Mason and Mark McCue.
EDINBURGH WORLD HERITAGE TRUST (Formerly New Town Conservation Trust), 13a Dundas Street, 557 5222. Mon-Fri 9am-1pm & 2-5pm.
Princes Street: Unexecuted Designs 1767-1999 Until Tue 31 Aug. Plans and designs for Edinburgh’s major thoroughfare, Princes Street, which were never executed.
Corstorphine Road, 334 9171. Daily 9am-5pm.
Urban Zoo Until Fri 3 Sep. Artist-in- residence Lesley Banks captures the modern zoo through paintings, photographs and audio works.
Ian Hamilton Finlay and Emily Young Until Mon 31 Aug. An outstation of The lngleby Gallery shows work by contemporary artists.
35 William Street, 225 2196. Mon-Fri 11am-5pm; Sat 11am—2pm.
Andrew Walker, Robert Innes and Alan Kilpatrick Until Sat 4 Sep. Paintings inspired by the Scottish and French landscape.
2 North St Andrews Street, 556 9016. Daily 11am—3am.
Susan Richards Until Sun 5 Sep. Stills from a short film entitled Little Elvis by Susan Richards.
THE FOUR PLUS ONE GALLERY
2 Warrender Park Road, 667 5152. Mon—Sat 10am—6pm.
Scottish Craft Exhibition This new gallery has been set up by jewellers Nicky Catley and Kay Bruce, fashion designer Jane Mackie, textile designer Heather Lucchesi and toymaker Paul Neal, to showcase the work of up-and- coming craftmakers and designers in Scotland. Permanently on display is a range of crafts and applied arts by a selection of artists.
45 Market Street, 225 2383. Mon-Sat 11am-6pm; Sun noon-5pm.
Kiki Smith Until Sat 11 Sep. Renowned for her sculptures of the human body including the controversial Hanging Woman papier-mache piece, the internationally acclaimed New York artist Kiki Smith shows a new body of work in this her ﬁrst major exhibition in Scotland. Continuing to use unconventional materials, she turns her attention to the animal world creating a series of drawings entitled Cat Head and a neon light sculpture in the gallery space.
his work on home ground. Innes has been nominated for major art prizes including the Turner and Jerwood, and last year, he was the winner of the prestigious £26,000 Nat West Prize for Painting. Showing alongside Innes is a tribute to Patrick Heron who died earlier in the year. An important ﬁgure in the development of post-war abstract art, this exhibition features eleven coloured etchings which Heron completed in March this year.
28 Howe Street, 225 2888. Mon6at 9.30am—6pm; Sun noon-5pm (22 & 29 Aug only).
Bye Bye Until Sat 4 Sep. As we enter the new millennium, an exhibition of 20th century design featuring work by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Frank Lloyd Wright, Philippe Starck and Ettore Sottsass.
28 St Stephen Street, 226 5449. Mon-Fri 9.30am—6pm; Sat & Sun by appointment. Landscapes Until Fri 1 Oct. Photographs by Dave More tracing the route of Edinburgh’s Water of Leith.
66 Cumberland Street, 558 9872. Mon—Fri 10am-6 m; Sat 10am—4pm. Master Printma ing From Europe And America Until Sat 18 Sep. Prints by Andy Warhol, Jim Dine, Picasso, Matisse and Bonnard.
5 Northumbcrland Street Lane, 557 5454. Daily Ham—4.30pm.
Margaret Ballantyne Until Fri 3 Sep. Recent paintings of travels to Venice, Portugal, Madeira and the Scottish coast by Margaret Ballantyne.
Caroline Da Talavera Until Fri 3 Sep.
Silver jewellery from Mexico.
Simon Manby Until Fri 3 Sep. New work in stone and bronze by sculptor Simon Manby.
Paul Spence Until Fri 3 Sep. Metallic glazed ceramics by Paul Spence.
49 Bernard Street, Leith, 467 7392. Tue—Fri 11am—6pm; Sat & Sun Ham—4.30pm.
Contemporary Art Exhibition Until Sat 4 Sep. Mixed exhibition of contemporary art featuring work by Anna Montgomery, Marcelo Jose de Melo and Finlay Kenny.
LACKADAISICAL CONTEMPORARY ART Edinburgh Ski Club, 1 Howe Street, 220 3121. Daily 10am-7pm.
Contemporary Art Until Tue 31 Aug. Painting, installation, photography, graphics and sculpture by graduates from the Royal Academy, Royal College of Art, Goldsmiths in London, the Ruskin in Oxford and Edinburgh College of Art.
65 The Shore, 553 5255. Mon-Fri 11am—5pm; Sat llam—4pm.
Out Of Africa Until Sat 28 Aug. African landscapes by Alistair Fiddes Watt.
Lucy Poett Until Sat 28 Aug. Sculptures by Lucy Poett in bronze and terracotta. Discoverin Scotland and Memories Of South A rica Tue 7—Sat 18 Sep. Iaguerenne and Michael La Gucrenne present an exhibition of figurative and animal paintings featuring the game reserves of South Africa and the countryside of the Scottish borders. Brian Hollingworth and Paul Smith Tue 7-Sat 18 Sep. Ceramics of African and Scottish animals.
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46a Raebum Place, 315 2603. Mon-Sat 10am—6pm; Sun 12.30—4.30pm. Jewellery Of The World Until Sat 18 Sep. Jewellery from Zimbabwe, India, Africa, Thailand and Denmark. Treasures From The Silk Route Until Sat 18 Sep. Textiles and artefacts from Central Asia and India.
233 Cowgate, 226 2151. Daily 10am-4pm.
Still Funny Until Mon 30 Aug. (Cafe Bar). Photographs of comedians including Eddie Izzard, Stephen Frost and Lily Savage by Mark Allan and Faye Norman.
EDITH SIMON GALLERY
11 Grosvenor Crescent, 337 4640. Monéat 10.30am—6.30pm.
Edith Simon Until Sun 29 Aug. Scalpel paintings, sculpture, drawings, installations, photographs and prints by Edith Simon.
EWAN MUNDY FINE ART
37 Thistle Street, 225 6350. Mon-Fri llam—6pm; Sat llam-3pm.
20th Century Scottish Art Until Sat 28 Aug. Glasgow’s Ewan Mundy Fine Art gallery presents a Festival exhibition of works by the Scottish colourists, Philipson, Gillies, Redpath and Bellany.
FAMOUS GROUSE HOUSE
5 Chambers Street, 220 5606. Daily 9.30am—3.30am.
Facade Until Sun 29 Aug. Architectural paintings by Michael Craik.
51A GEORGE STREET 51a George Street, 556 4441. Daily mam-6:
m. Howar Hodgkin, Andy Goldsworthy.
HANOVER FINE ARTS
22a Dundas Street, 556 2181. Mon-Fri 10.30am—6pm; Sat 10am—5pm.
15th International Festival Exhibition Until Sat 4 Sep. Paintings by over 40 artists from Scotland, Belgium, Brazil, China, Germany, Russia, Ukraine and the USA.
The Himalayas Revisited Until Sat 9 Oct. Oils and watercolours of the flora and landscapes of Nepal by Roger Banks.
HOLYROOD ART CLUB
The Candlish Hall, lst Floor, St George’s West, Shandwick Place. Mon-Sat 10am-6.30pm.
Art Exhibition and Sale Of Paintings Until Sat 28 Aug. A selling exhibition of arts and crafts.
6 Carlton Terrace, 556 4441. Mon-Sat 10am—5pm.
Callum Innes and Patrick Heron Until Sat 11 Sep. The international artist Callum Innes who is based in Edinburgh shows new paintings in a rare showing of
TALBOT RICE GALLERY
UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH OLD COLLEGE, SOUTH BRIDGE
EDINBURGH FESTIVAL EXHIBITION
Recent paintings by
7 AUGUST - 11 SEPTEMBER MONDAY - SATURDAY 10-5. SUNDAY 2-5
Although Rob Maclaurin was educated at Edinburgh College of Art and lives in Edinburgh. he is fascinated by the arid lands of Australia.
His journeys to that country. Tasmania and New Zealand have resulted in a series of large landscapes which are ‘lit by memory and enlarged by imagination'.
Please call 0131 650 2211 for further details and full EVENTS programme.
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