ART listings



27 Queenslcrry Street. 220415“.

Mon Sat 9.30am 5.30pm; Sun

noon 4pm.

Recent Acquisitions A changing display of the gallery ‘s recent purchases.


8 Adsocatcs ('Iose. 335 937 I. Daily

I l.3()am 5.30pm (closed Wed).

The New Wave Of Primitivism Dom is an arts project established in 1996 by a group of international artists working in Scotland. With a constantly changing exhibition of artworks. the gallery liouses sculpture. stained glass and paintings by artists who practice primitive art.

EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART l.auriston Place. 32l 6000. .\Ion Thu IIIain 8pm; Fri Illain 5pm: Sat

IIIam 3pm.

School of Design & Applied Arts Thu l Sat l7 Feb. Student show.

School Of Visual Communication Thu l Sat l7 Feb. Student exhibition.

It Was Useless Making A Scene Tue 6 Fri 33. (Albertinas. li('A Student t'nion. Mon Fri 9am 5pm; Sat & Sun 9 2am). Paintings by Alan 'I'homas.


Ib’a Dundas Street. 557 5337. Mon-Fri llain 5pm; Sat lilain Ipm.

Mixed Exhibition t'ntil Wed 28 Feb. A mixed sIttm til Work by gallery artists.


33 l'nion Street. 557 3479. Tue Sat Illain 6pm.

Lennox Dunbar t'ntil Sat It) Mar. An exhibition of two and three dimensional prints that utili/e digital technology. Valentine Prints l'ntil wed I4 Feb. Prints specially created for Valentine's Dav.


88 I.othian Road. 329 5933. Sttn Thu ltlatn lI.3()pin; Fri & Sat

lilam l2.3(lain.

Zoo l'ntil Wed 38 Feb. Paintings by Al Young.


3 Warrender Park Road. 667 5l52.

.‘slon Sat ltlani 6pm.

Scottish Craft Exhibition A wide variety of crafts and applied arts by up-and- coming cral'tmakers and designers working in Scotland.


45 Market Street. 325 3383. Mon—Sat Ham 6 Hit; Stin noon 5pm.

The Wa e lintil Sat It) Feb. Danish visual artists ('hristian l.emmer/ and Michael K\ itnn take tip residence at the Fruitmarket (iaIIet‘y with a large-scale four-screen \ ideo installation based on l’innt'gun 'v Hit/w by James Joyce. Northern Lights On pertnanent view. tilit‘c‘ night I‘LIIIs. is I’c‘lt‘l‘ Fink’s long- awaited light installation for the gallery inspired by the aurora borealis. (‘oniprising a 'roof lin' triangle of light. light detailing on the east and west roof and lift shaft. the colours regularly change. brightening tip this dark corner of lidinburgh's Market Street.


46a Raeburn Place. 3I5 36(l3. Mon—Sat ltlam 5.30pm.

Mixed Exhibition t'ntil Wed 28 Feb. A range of textiles from India and Africa and Ayala Bar 's new spring collection of jewellery.


3| Rutland Square. 33l 9377. Fri

9am 4pm. Phone for viewing for the rest of the week. 5

Auction 0f Paintings Thu I--Sat 24 Feb. A mixed show of paintings by Edinburgh artists with an auction on Sat l7 Feb (8,30 10.30pm) to raise funds for a trip to carry out psychological work in Armenia.

86 THE LIST I~IS Feb 2001

San Giorgio by Albert Irvin on show in Observation and Expression at the City Art Centre


22a Dundas Street. 556 2l8l. Mott-Fri lt).3()am—-6pm; Sat 10am—4pm.

Artists New To The Gallery Sat 3-—Sat 24 Feb. Paintings in a range of subject matter and media by artists new to the gallery featuring Leila Aitken. Jitn Bowman. (‘ynthia Hay. l-imma Mackenzie. Shona Rial. and (‘laire (‘ooper Walsh.


C‘afe Hub. (‘astlehilL Royal Mile. 473 2()()(). Tue—Sat 9.3()am-— l()pm'. Sun—th 9.30am 6.30pm.

Material Matters Until Sun 4 Mar. Glass artists Keiko Mukaide and Diana Hobson explore environmental issues through the medium of glass. The two recently collaborated together for an major exhibition at the Royal Botanic Garden.


6 (‘arlton Terrace. 556 444 I. Wed—«Sat l()am—5pm.

David Austen Wed 14 Feb—Sat 3| Mar. David Austen shows new work featuring a series of small abstract black and white paintings and large black and coloured gouaches.


3() St Stephen Street. 226 5449. Mon—Fri 9am-6pm. Sat & Sun by appointment.

Ingrid Phillips Until Wed 7 Mar. Hand-blown glass spheres by Uganda- born artist Ingrid Phillips. Phillips completed a Master of Design at lidinburgh (‘ollege ofArt in I999. and she will soon be opening a glass studio in Edinburgh's city centre.


13 Randolph Crescent. 225 5366. Mott-Fri 9.3()am—6.3()pm: Sat 9.3()am— l .3()pm.

Recent Works - Philippe Courant Wed l4 Feb—Sat I7 Mar. Recent contemporary paintings.


66 Cumberland Street. 558 9872. Mon—Fri l()am—6pm; Sat 10am—4pm. Back To Black: A World Of Contrasts Until Wed l4 Feb. A thematic show featuring the work of master printmakers using black and white. Artists include David Hockney. Howard Hodgkin. Patrick (,‘aulfield. Andy Warhol and Alan Davie.


65 The Shore. 553 5255. Tue- Fri

1 lam-5pm: Sat I lam 74pm.

New Faces 2001 lintil Sat It) Feb. New work by selected graduates from the four Scottish art colleges. including paintings. silver. ceramics and jewellery.


Belford Road. 624 62()() (recorded information 332 2266). Mon- Sat I()am«5pm; Sun noon 5pm. (‘afe. Sigmar Polke: Music Of Unclear Origin Until Sun l8 Mar. A series of 4() gouaches by Sigmar Polke go on display for the first time in the l’K. Iimigrating to West (iermany in I953. he became one of the country‘s foremost painters. gaining notoriety in the 60s and 70s for his humoroUs works similar in style to the Pop Art being tnade in Britain and America. See review.

NATIONAL GALLERY OF SCOTLAND The Mound. 624 62()() (recorded information 332 2266). Mon «Sat l()am-~5pm; Sun noon 5pm.

The Great Turner (1775-1851): A Tribute l'ntil Sun 4 Mar. To mark the l5()th anniversary of Turner‘s death. an exhibition of oil paintings. watercolours and prints drawn from the gallery‘s permanent collection.

Andrew Geddes (1783—1844) Painter And Printmaker Thu 15 Feb» Sun 39 Apr. A major exhibition on loan devoted to the work of Andrew (ieddes. bringing together 4() of his fittest works as a portraitist and landscape painter.

NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY Queen Street. 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon~Sat l()am~5pm; Sun noon- 5pm. ('afe. Free. Writers Of Our Time tFntiI Sun 25 Feb. Recently acquired portraits of some of Scotland's best known writers go on display. (‘entral to the exhibition is (‘aIttm ('tilvin's photopiece. Is't'li'ingmi't' [fig/it. commissioned as a west coast counterpart to Sandy Moffat‘s east coast I’m’l's‘ Pub. ()ther works include Jennifer McRae's painting of Robin Jenkins and David Williams' tliptych of A.L. Kennedy.

Narcissus: Twentieth Century Self- Portraits Until Sun I Apr. Drawn from the collections of the National Portrait (iallery and National (iallery of Modern Art. over 5() self-portrait paintings. drawings. prints and photographs by

some of Scotland's most celebrated artists. Presenting a diverse range of work. traditional paintings by James (iuthrie and William (iillies sit alongside contemptn'ary photographic works by Douglas (iordon and (‘alum (.()I\'III. .Sc‘c' review.


43 45 High Street. 556 9579/3647. Mon Sat ltlam 4.30pm.

Beyond The Bullet Holes t7ntil Sat It) Feb. Firefly Youth Project. an lidinburgh charity that works with young people by ing in ethnically separated areas of Bosnia-lIer/egovina. present an exhibition of photographs by (‘aroline Irby from the [K and Alexandar Mici from Bosnia.

THE NEW STREET EXHIBITION SPACE I4 New Street. 558 7604. Mon Sat

I lam 6.30pm. l'ntil late on Bongo ('Iub nights.

GVG Thu l Tue 27 Feb. New work by six artists from the (iarvaId ('entre featuring paintings. ceramics and painting directly onto the gallery walls.


75 79 ('umberland Street. 557 lIl2tl. Mon Fri ltlam 6pm; Sat ltlam 4pm. John Bellany t'ntii Thu IS Feb. Prints. paintings and watercolottrs. Figurative Sculpture t'ntil Thu I5 Feb. Featured artists include (ieorge Wyllie. .lohn .\Ialtby. Iioghan Bridge. Anna Noel and Joanna Mallin-Davies. Invited Artists l7ntil Thu I5 Feb. (‘ontemporary jewellery by invited artists.


I7 l9 Barclay Place. 477 2933.

Tue Sat lt).3t)am 6.30pm.

Mixed Exhibition Iidinburgh's newest gallery features a changing selection of paintings including reproduction art Van (iogh. Dali. Monet. Kandinsky. Miro originals and work by tip-and- coming local artists.


(WASPS) Patriothall Studios. off48 Hamilton Place. 225 I289. Daily IIIam- 5pm.

Jonathan Owen and Jennie Temple Sat It) Feb--W'd I4 Feb. A two-person show by lidinburgh-based artists Jonathan Owen and Jennie Temple. ()wen paints directly onto the walls and Temple creates an installation for the gallery space.