Singh Sisters at work: their latest work is on show at
EDINBURGH WORLD HERITAGE TRUST (Formerly New Town Conservation Trust), 13a Dundas Street, 557 5222. Mon—Fri 9am—1pm 62 2—5pm.
Princes Street: Unexecuted Designs 1767-1999 Until Mon 31 Jan. Plans and designs for Edinburgh’s major thoroughfare, Princes Street, which were never executed.
FILMHOUSE CAFE BAR
88 Lothian Road, 229 5932.
In Oceania Until Sat 8 Jan. Ajourney through the South Seas photographed by Patrick Richardson.
Artlink Photography Exhibition Until Sat 8 Jan. An Artlink photography exhibition which describes the community of four people who live in Edinburgh.
Night Lights Sat 8 Jan—Sat 5 Feb. New work by Patsy McArthur.
THE FOUR PLUS ONE GALLERY
2 Warrender Park Road, 667 5152. Mon—Sat 10am—6pm.
Scottish Craft Exhibition A wide variety of crafts and applied arts by up- and-coming craftmakers and designers working in Scotland.
45 Market Street, 225 2383. Mon—Sat 11am-6pm; Sun noon—5pm.
Flower Show (Forget-Me-Not) Until Sat 15 Jan. This group exhibition brings together the work of thirteen international artists who depict or use ﬂowers in their practice. The show comprises paintings, drawings, photographs, installations and real and mechanical ﬂowers, with works by Anya Gallacio, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Michael Landy, Lisa Milroy and Olaf Nicolai.
57 Inverleith Row, 552 3823. Tue—Sun noon—6an
Even Still, Never Trust A Hippy Mon 10—Mon 31 Jan. New works by Wisto.
the Gallery of Modern Art. Glasgow
Emma Ford Until Sat 8 Jan. Felt wall- hangings by London-based artist Emma Ford.
A Model For The Millennium Until Sat 8 Jan. Inspired by A Model Gallery Of Modern Art, a show held in London in 1934 in which leading painters and sculptors displayed small works of art, this exhibition brings together the work of some of Britain’s most celebrated artists. In aid of Crisis, the national charity for single homeless people.
28 St Stephen Street, 226 5449. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5pm.
Bebop Until Sat 4 Mar. Edinburgh College ofArt graduate Jon IIarker presents an exhibition of colour paintings using typographic imagery influenced by graffiti.
INSTITUT FRANCAIS D'ECOSSE
13 Randolph Crescent, 225 5366. Mon—Fri 9.30am—6.30pm; Sat 9.30am—I.30pm.
Flop Until Sun 30 Jan. This group show of work by four young artists based in France and Scotland features the work of Nathalie dc Briey, who, through installations and photographs, looks at the marks clothes leave on the body; Mark Beever examines the relationship between design and plasticians; Neal Beggs shows preparations for an exhibition which will be displayed in the 200 Gallery, Nantes in the year 2000; and Sharon Kivland centres her work around the Freudian Centre of Research and Analysis. See review.
66 Cumberland Street, 558 9872. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm; Sat 10am—4pm. 20th Century Printmaking Sat 8 Jan—Mon 13 Feb. Works on paper by David Ilockney, Patrick Caulfield, Andy Warhol, Alan Davie, Jim Dine, Allen Jones, Eduardo Paolozzi, Victor Vasarely and Michael Craig-Martin.
HANOVER FINE ARTS
22a Dundas Street, 556 2181. Mon—Fri 10.30am—6pm; Sat 10am—5pm.
Small Paintings For Christmas Until Sat 29 Jan. Paintings, limited edition prints, ceramics, sculpture in wood, marble, resin and bronze, jewellery and silk scarves by over 60 artists.
7 Grassmarket, 229 7884. Mon—Sat 10am—6 m; Sun noon—5pm.
Inspired) Until Sun 16 Jan. Mixed media paintings by Janine Jaques inspired by India and the African landscape.
6 Carlton Terrace, 556 4441. Wed—Sat 10am—5pm.
Emily Young Until Sat 8 Jan. Exhibiting at the gallery earlier in the year, as part of Summer Sculpture, London-based stone sculptor Emily Young presents a solo exhibition of new work.
49 Bernard Street, Leith, 467 7392. Tue—Fri 11am—6pm; Sat & Sun Ham-4.30pm.
Mixed Exhibition Until Fri 21 Jan. A continuing exhibition of contemporary work by local artists.
65 The Shore, 553 5255. Tue—Fri Ilam—Spm; Sat 11am—4pm.
Jack Morrocco Until Sat 15 Jan. New paintings by Jack Morroco, whose main inspiration is colour.
The Little Silver Darlings Until Sat 15 Jan. Small paintings in silver frames, silver sculpture and silverjewellery by gallery artists.
MALCOLM INNES GALLERY
4 Dundas Street, 558 9544/5. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm; Sat 10am-lpm.
Mixed Exhibition Until Mon 31 Jan. Works from stock.
5 York Place (above The Stand Comedy Club), 229 8844. Sun—Fri noon-5pm. Square Feet Until Sun 16 Jan. A diverse collection of artwork by new artists.
Department of Photography. Film & TV, Marchmont Campus, 61 Marchmont Road, 466 7301. Mon—Fri 9am—5pm. Prospects Until Fri 14 Jan. Photographs by Roddy Macinnes, a graduate of the Photography, Film and Television BA Degree course at Napier University, featuring snapshots of himself, his family and his friends.
NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART Belford Road, 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun noon—5pm. Cafe. A display of recent acquisitions by a line-up of big British names, including Damien Hirst, Rachel Whiteread and Catherine Yass together with a display of works by prominent 20th century artists, including Picasso, Matisse, Moore, IIockney and Bellany.
Eileen Agar 1899—1991: A Centenary Exhibition Until Sun 27 Feb. £2.50 (£1.50); joint admission with Magritte £5.50 (£4). British surrealist painter Eileen Agar was the only female artist chosen to exhibit alongside Picasso, Max Ernst and Joan Miro in the 1936 London International Surrealist Exhibition. To celebrate her centenary, an exhibition of over 120 works from private and public collections featuring oils, acrylics, collages, watercolours, photographs and found ob'ects. See review.
Elizabet Blackadder Until Sun 23 Jan. Free. An exhibition bringing together twenty oils and works on paper spanning the career of Falkirk-born painter, Elizabeth Blackadder. Included in the show are artists' sketchbooks, drawings and gouaches of the Italian landscape created in the mid 1950s and large-scale ﬂoral and still life works.
Art And Business Until Sun 23 Jan. The business and commerce industries have created the wealth of Scotland, shaping the country's towns and cities. This exhibition features contemporary portraits including images of current wealth creators.
Magna Brava: The Magnum Women Photographers Until Sun 30 Jan. £2.50 (£1.50). The great women Magnum photographers — Eve Arnold, Martine Franck, Susan Meiselas, Inge Morath and the late Marilyn Silverstone — show work from around the globe. Over 180 photographs are on display, which are both poignant and stunning examples of documentary photography. The subject matter ranges from Arnold‘s view of China; Franck's study of social groups in the Gaelic speaking Tory Island in Ireland; Meiselas’ disturbing images of Nicaragua, El Salvador and the Mexican/American border; Morath’s vision of New York; and Silverstone’s work in India, Pakistan and Tibet. This exhibition is dedicated to the memory of Marilyn Silverstone who died in September.
Picture Yourself Until Sun 31 Dec. Free. Marty St James' video project Picture Iburselfemphasises the uniqueness of our lives. Visitors to the gallery during the year 2000 can have their portrait hung and framed in the permanent collection in the company of the gallery's famous paintings.
THE NEW STREET EXHIBITION SPACE 14 New Street, 558 7604. Daily Ham—5pm.
Agua Until Mon 17 Jan. Glasgow-based artists Oaksbark exhibit a cross-media interactive installation of sculpture, music and video.
6] Bread Street, 477 4525. Mon—Sat 10am—6pm.
Mixed Exhibition Until Mon 31 Jan. Artworks by over 40 Scottish artists, comprising painting, jewellery, ceramics, sculpture and lighting.
NATIONAL GALLERY OF SCOTLAND The Mound, 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun noon—5pm. An impressive collection of works from the Renaissance to Post-Impressionism, by artists including Raphael, Rembrandt, Titian, Poussin, Degas, Van Gogh and Monet along with work by 18th and 19th century Scottish artists. Recently returned to display is 'I‘itian’s Diana And Callisto. Turner And Sir Walter Scott Until Sun 19 Mar. Free. To accompany the annual showing of the Gallery’s famous Turner Watercolours from the bequest of Sir Henry Vaughan, two watercolours created for Sir Walter Scott’s commission of 1818 by Turner, which illustrate Scott’s historical publication The Provincial Antiquities And Picturesque Scenery OfScoilantl.
NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY Queen Street, 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon—Sat
10am—5pm; Sun noon—5pm. Cafe.
Nexus Galleries open submissmn for exhibition in February 2000 —
OPEN EYE GALLERY
75—79 Cumberland Street, 557 1020. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm; Sat 10am—4pm. Pigment And Porcelain Sat 8—'11iu 27 Jan. Paintings and platters by invited artists featuring the work of John Bellany, Leon Morocco, Barbara Rae and John Knox.
OUT OF THE NOMAD'S TENT
21 St Leonards Lane, 662 I612. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun noon—4pm.
January Sale Sat 8—Sun 30 Jan. A sale of kilims, rugs, costume jewellery, textiles and artel'acts.
THE QUEEN'S HALL
Clerk Street, 667 7776. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm.
Charles Williamson - Present For The 21st Century Until Mon 31 Jan. Highlands-based artist Charles Williamson paints in a range of media, inspired by his travels to Egypt, West Africa, London and Scotland.
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All media on the theme of love and romance conSIdered.
For further details contact: gallery director, Sarah Bowman.
All work to be received by 20 Jan 2000.
61 Breod Street,
Edinburgh EH3 9AH
tel: 0131 477 4524
fax: 0131 477 2940
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