l‘) Brandon Terrace. 556 l l75. Wed K l‘ri Sun noon 6pm; Tliti noon ‘)pni. Functional Art l'ntil Thu 31 May. A mixed exhibition of modern art by Scottish and international artists. with many of the works available for rent and for sale. featuring an installation by Peter Rtlssell.
(formerly Malcolm lnnes (iallery). 4 Dundas Street. 558 9544/5. .Moii l5ri |0am 6pm1Sat llam lpiii.
Lord Robert’s Exhibition Tue
l Sat l‘) May. An exhibition of military paintings. drawings and prints in aid of the Lord Robert's Workshop for disabled cx-scrvicentcn.
Mixed Exhibition An ongoing selection of Scottish landscapes. sporting paintings. military oils. watercolotirs and prints.
APEX INTERNATIONAL HOTEL 3l (irassniarket. 300 3456. Sat & Stni llani 8pm.
Chris Bacon’s Art Show Sat 28 & Stiii 2‘) Apr; Sat 5 & Sun 6 May. l)escribed as ‘where the beach meets the car boot sale'. ati exhibition of collage works by (This Bacon. For further information log on to
w w w .sol.co.uk/c/cbacon/artshtiw.litni.
20a Dtmdas Street. 557 5002. Mon -l~'ri llam 5pm: Sat |0am lpm.
Brendan Kelly and Jade Stout Sat 28 Apr Tue l5 May. An exhibition of paintings by two contemporary Scottish artists. Award-winning Brendan Kelly graduated from Slade School of Art having been commended twice in the BP Portrait Awards. llis more recent work of animals experitiients with light atid paint effects. Recent gradtiate Jade Stout’s paitititigs are rooted in minimalist formalism with abstract expressionism to capture the landscapes and coastlines of
()rkney. NEW SHOW.
2‘)b Dtnidas Street. 467 3‘)37. Tue Hi
I laiii 7pm; Sat l lam ~2pni. Politicians Make Strange Bedfellows l'ntil Sat 28 Apr. lit the run tip to the general election. an exhibition of political cartoons featuring the work of Frank Boyle (Iii-mine News) arid Martin Rovvsoii (The Scotsman).
BOURNE FINE ART
6 Dundas Street. 557 4050. Mon -—l"ri l0ani 6pm; Sat l lain-2pm.
Scottish Paintings t'ntit Mon I4 May. A selection of paitititigs by Scottish artists including Anne Redpath. John Knox and Joliti Duncan.
l0 Royal Terrace. 556 Hill). Mon -l-‘ri l0am ~ 6pm; Sat by appointment. Mixed Exhibition l'ntil Mon 30 Apr. Paintings from stock including works by (ieorge Houston. J.D. l‘ergusson. Maclauchlan .Milne atid PW. Adam. Spring lnto Summer Thu It)
May -- Sat ‘) Jtiii. A spring selection of paintings featuring works by William (‘lark (ireenock. John Wilson liubank and JD. l‘ergusson.
CAMEO CINEMA BAR
38 Home Street. 228 4l4l.
Joint Productions t'ntil Mott 30 Apr. Recent work by Douglas Hutcliison atid John llorn. two artists who are participants of the Ar! off/tangle programme run by Artlink.
77 Clerk Street. 622 7236. Mon—Sat noon» 1 am; Stiti l2.30pm— lam. Mixed Exhibition A changing exhibition of gothic art including sculpture. drawing. photography and paititings by local artists.
CITY ART CENTRE
2 Market Street. 52‘) 3903. Mon Sat l0ani 5pm. l-‘ree.
RSA 175th Annual Exhibition l'ntil Sat 2 Jtiti. The Royal Scottish Academy ’s annual exhibition nioy es to the ('ity Art (‘entre this year. as plans are underway for the Play fair Project which will link the RSA with the National (iallery of Scotland. The exhibition features paintings. printmaking. sculpture arid architecture by Academy members as well as selected works by non-members. Among the prize winners is Keviti Dagg. a 30-year-old sculptor who won the prestigious RSA (iuthrie Award for the most outstanding work by a young Scottish artist. See review.
22 28 ('ockburn Street. 220 I260.
Wed Sat llam 6pm; Stui l -5pm.
Ola Pehrson t'ntil Sat 12 May. The first ['K exhibition of work by tip-and- coming Swedish artist ()Ia Pehrson. The three pieces on show include lilt‘t'u /)It‘('.\! 'Ii'urline Plan! which looks at aspects of economics; Desktop replaces the standard screen on a computer with a low-tech desktop screen; and Birthday Party deals with documentary soap operas. See review and Hitlist.
Martin Eddie - Hens 8. Pens l'ntil Sat l2 May. Martin liddie takes tip residence in the Project Room with his first solo exhibition. Painting directly onto the gallery walls. liddie is inspired by his two favourite tliitigs - hens arid petis. He will also be showing a video short entitled The Hon Run and will display his prized pen collection.
(Formerly Gallery 41 ). 4l Dundas Street. 557 456‘). Mon—Fri 10.30am 5.30pm; Sat 10.30atii-5pni.
Mixed Exhibition t'ntil Wed 2 May. New paintings by William Baillie. Des (iorman. Marion l)rummond. Lin Pattillo and Patti (‘arter
Mixed Exhibition Sat 5— Wed 30 May. Paintings by David livans. Peter Nardini. Anitra Rushbrook and David Sinclair.
THE DEAN GALLERY
Belford Road. 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon—Sat 10am-5pm: Sun nooii- 5pm.
Words For The Mantelpiece tintil Stiti 2‘) Apr ( Keiller Library). The first in a series of displays of contemporary book works featuring the work of Thomas A. (‘Iark and Laurie Clark. who founded the Moschatel Press iii l‘)73.
Paolozzi And Music t'ntil Sun 28 ()ct. As part of a series of displays from the (iallery‘s collection of liduardo Paolo/zi‘s work. a suite of nine screenprints entitled (‘ult'iimt Light Nfg'ltl inspired by the work of innovative American composer. (‘liarles Ives.
THE DI ROLLO GALLERY
27 Queensferry Street. 220 4l50.
Mon -Sat ‘).30atii-—5.30pni; Stiti
Recent Acquisitions A changing display of the gallery‘s recent purchases.
8 Advocate’s Close. 225 ‘)27 l. Daily
1 l.30atii~5.30pm (closed Wed).
The New Wave Of Primitivism Dom is art arts project established in l‘)‘)6 by a group of international artists working in Scotland. With a constantly changing exhibition of artworks. the gallery houses sculpture. stained glass and paintings by artists who practice primitive art.
DUNDAS STREET GALLERY
6a [)undas Street. 558 ‘)363. Mon—Sat l0am-6pni.
John Napier 450th Anniversary Original Print Exhibition L'ntil Sat 28 Apr. An exhibition of limited edition prints by some of Scotland's best known
artists to help raise funds for scholarships for talented students to study at the l'niversity 's Faculty of Arts and Social Science. l-‘eatured artists include lili/abcth Blackadder. William Baille. John By the. Peter llow son. Barbara Rae and Ian McKen/ie Smith.
l8a Dtindas Street. 557 5227. Mon Fri llatii 5pm; Sat 10am lpiii.
Geoff Uglow l‘ntil Tue 8 May. New paintings by (ilasgow School of Art graduate (ieoff l'glow. inspired by a recent trip [0 Florence as part Ul- a Jtilitt Kinross 'l'ravelling Scholarship award. And closer to home. a series of works depicting lidinbtirgh and (ilasgow
23 l'nion Street. 557 247‘). Tue Sat l0am 6pm.
Landscape In Print t'ntil Hi 27 Apr. Landscape prints in a range of mediums atid styles by invited artists including lili/abetli Blackadder. Will Maclean. Willie Rodger. Stisan Jameson. Norman Ackroy'd atid Reinhard Behrens. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
Alastair Clark Sat 5 May-t-‘ri IS Jtiti. A series of work created in response to genetic modification featuring enlarged leaf surfaces contrasted with the structures of chemical diagrams. Also in a show are live large stone lithographs. loose folio prints atid digital polyester lithographs. John and Margaret Grant Sat 5 May- l‘ri l5 Jun. Large-scale silkscreen prints based upon photographs and personal notes by John and Margaret (irant. The work forms part of the artists' current project The Individual/s! ('in Series. centred round London Zoo in 1954.
Nicola Murray - Translations Sat 5 May Fri 15 Jtm. A series of images based on a pair of chromosomes present in the human genome. l'sing a computer. Murray has created a ‘family' of images from a hand-painted representation of a chromosome.
FILMHOUSE CAFE BAR
88 Lothian Road. 22‘) 5‘)32. Sun -Thu 10am rl l.30pm: Fri 6’; Sat
Faces 01‘ Italian Cinema t'ntil t-‘ri 27 Apr. Photographs by Lloyd Smith. Holy Cow Sat 5 May Sat 23 Jtiii. Photographs from the sub-continent by William Pearce.
35 William Street. 225 2l‘)6. Tue liri l lam- 5pm: Sat l lam» 2pm.
Mixed Exhibition t'ntil Mon 30 Apr. A mixed show of Scottish landscapes featuring artists Andrew Walker. Rebecca (‘ollins. limerson Mayes and many others.
Stills Hi 4 May Sat 2 Jttti. ('harcoal drawings by Alan Kilpatrick.
THE FOUR PLUS ONE GALLERY 2 Warrender Park Road. 667 5 I52.
Mon- Sat l0am~6pm.
Scottish Craft Exhibition A wide variety of crafts and applied arts by tip- atid-coming craftmakers and designers working iii Scotland.
45 Market Street. 225 2383. MomSat
l lam—6pm; Sun noon—5pm.
Tracey Moffatt L'ntil Sat 1‘) May. Tracey Moffatt is one of Attstralia's leading artists who has had over 50 exhibitions in litirope and the [IS and is regularly curated into major shows. In the biggest solo t'K presentation of her work to date. the Fruitmarket hosts a major survey of her film and photographic work from l‘)‘)() to the present day. The centrepiece of the show is a new series of thirteen silk-screens. lnvnculimts in which Moffatt evokes the
mysterious images of witchcraft. fantasy and \L‘\ttttlit). See review and llitlist. Northern Lights On permanent
\ iew. once night falls. is Peter l-‘ink's light installation for the gallery inspired by the aurora borealis. (‘omprising a ‘roof lin' triangle of light. light detailing Ull the east and \\ est rum. and lift shall. the colours regularly change. brightening tip this dark corner of lidinburgli's Market Street.
46a Raeburn Place. 3l5 2603. Mon Sat l0am 5.30pm.
Master Carvers Of The Indian Subcontinent t'ntil Thu 31 May. Doorway s. mirrors. frames atid furniture from lndia and Pakistan.
Mixed Exhibition t'ntil Thu 31 May. A mixed show of designer and original jew ellery.
HANOVER FINE ARTS
22a Dtindas Street. 556 2l8l. Mon liri 10.30am 6pm; Sat l0am 4pm.
Kate Philp: Inside Outside t'ntil Sat 28 Apr. Still life and landscape watercolotirs by Kate Philp.
Jim Nicholson t'ntil Sat 28 Apr. ()ils. pen and watercolotirs of travels abroad including France. India and the (ireek Islands by the late Jim Nicholson. Annual Sale t'ntil Sat 28 Apr. Annttal sale of original paintings. prints and sculpture by gallery artists. Spring Mixed Exhibition Sat
5 Sat 26 May. Annual show of new works by over 40 gallery artists including paintitigs ranging in subject matter from land and seascapes to still and figurative works plus prints. sculpture. ceramics. jewellery and Indian lacquered boxes.
47 4‘) Dean llaugh. Stockbridge. 343 I735. Stiii Wed llani midnight;
'l'liu Sat 1 lam-v lam.
Kolab 000 l'ntil Mon 30 Apr. The first in a series of group shows to be held at llector’s Bar featuring an exhibition of lens-based work by artists‘ collective Kolab. with some works for sale.
('afe Hub. ('astlehill. Royal Mile. 473 2000. Tue 7 Sat ‘).30am l0pni; Sun-~ Mon ‘).30am 6.30pm.
Sara Brennan Fri 4 May Sun It) Jtm. Abstract tapestries by lidinburgh (‘ollege of Art graduate Sara Brennan. The works fuse tone. colour and texture and are inspired by the Scottish landscape. NEW SHOW.
6 (‘arlton Terrace. 556 444 l. Wed Sat 10am 5pm.
Land Until Sat 26 May. The work of linglish surrealist painter Paul Nash
t l88‘)--l‘)46) is on show along with works by contemporary artists Richard Long and Thomas Joslitia Cooper. Long. who won the Turner Prize iii l‘)80. a landscape. environmental artist. shows a series of mud drawings and a stone circle of granite blocks gathered on Dartmoor. alongside Nash's l‘)l8 Void ()fll'ur. rock photographs from the l93()s and wateruilours from the 20s and 30s. Aiiierican-born photographer (‘ooper who has made Scotland his home for many years. exhibits photographs printed with layers of silver and gold chloride.
30 St Stephen Street. 226 544‘). Mon—Fri 9ani--6pni.
2470/360 L'ntil Fri 20 Jul. A series of photographs by Scott Mitchell taken on a road trip across America which covered 2470 miles in full circle. Travelling through California. Nevada and Arizona. Mitchell photographed the 'everyday' from a coke machine to a diner table.
26 Apr—10 May 2001 THE LIST 95