My Italy l'ntil Wed 6 Jun. A selection ol entries from this painting competition open to the l200 children who study ltalian at schools in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
XS l.othian Road. 229 5932. Sun» Thu l0am I l.30pm; l’ri (V; Sat
Holy Cow l'ntil Sat 23 Jttn (Cafe Bari. Photographs from the sub-continent by Williatn Pearce.
Telford College Graduation Shows 'l'uc l9 Jun. 6pm (Cinema l J. Work by linal year students on the Telford College television course which trains for the TV and \ ideo industries. Edinburgh College Of Art Degree Shows Wed 20 Jun. 8.30pm and Thu 2l Jttn. 6.30pm (Cinema 1). l’inal degree show froin students on the award-w inning Anitnation course at lidinburgh College of Art. This year's contributions include a paranoid bowing ball. an out-of-work pttppet and a latter- day l’rankenstein.
FINE ART LIBRARY
Central Library. (ieorge l\" Bridge. 225 5584 text 225). Mon Thu l0am~8pmz l-‘ri Illam 5pm; Sat 9am lpm.
Beneath The Surface l'ntil Sat 30 Jttn. Paintings. drawings and graphic works by Jatnie Burgess.
35 William Street. 225 2 I96. Tue liri
I lain 5pm; Sat l lam 2pm.
Marion Thomson Hi 8 Jun -Sat 7 Jul. New work by Marion 'l‘homson featuring landscapes of the hills and moors to the north of (ilasgow and the north west coast and islands.
FOUNTAIN PARK LEISURE COMPLEX
l-‘ountainpark. l)undee Street. 22| 600l. l)aily 9am midnight.
Double Gazing t'ntil Sat 30 Jun. llottsed in the walkway connecting liountain Park's leisure complex to the multi-screen cinema. an exhibition of work by lidinburgh College of Arts third year tapestry students. The show features traditional textiles. multimedia and three dimensional \y'ot‘ks.
THE FOUR PLUS ONE GALLERY 2 Warrender Park Road. 667 5 l 52.
Mon Sat l0am 6pm.
Scottish Craft Exhibition A wide variety of crafts and applied arts by tip- and-coming craftmakers and designers working in Scotland.
45 Market Street. 225 2383. Mon ‘Sat
l lam 6pm; Sun noon --5pm.
Beck’s Futures 2 l'ntit Sat 2t Jul. The second Beck‘s Futures award tottrs from London's lCA with the work of the ten shortlisted artists. l‘eaturing painting. sculpture. photography. installation and video. the winning paintings by Tim Stoner is shown alongside works by Dan lloldsworth. l)av id Burrows. (lemma Iles. Simon Bill. l)J Simpson. Clare Woods. lithit‘iitic‘ Audeoud & John Rtissell. Shahin Afrassiabi and Brian (iriftiths. Rembrandt’s Scarlet Woman Thu 7 Jun & Sat 9 Jun. Thu & Sat 2pm. The liruitmarket Ciallery hosts two performances of Rembrandt 'x Scarlet tlimitm performed by Yasmijn Karhof. The piece is inspired by (ieertje l)ircx. the woman who was employed by Rembrandt
after his first wife Saskia died to look after
his son Titus. Rembrandt protnised to marry (ieertje but broke his promise as she was from a lower social class. Northern Lights On permanent view. once night falls. is Peter l-‘ink's light installation for the gallery inspired by the aurora borealis. Comprising a ‘roof lin‘ triangle of light. light detailing on the east and west roof and lift shaft. the colours regularly change. brightening up this dark corner of lidinburgh's Market Street.
46a Raeburn Place. 3 I5 2603. Mon Sat l0am~5.30pm.
Mixed Exhibition A changing selection of applied arts including ctishion covers and jewellery.
HANOVER FINE ARTS
22a l)undas Street. 556 2 l Sl. Mon— l-‘ri l0.30am 6pm; Sat ltlam~4pm
Karen Millard and Moira Robb l'ntil Sat 23 Jun. Recent paintings by Karen Millard and Moira Robb. Millard's work presents rellections of sky and light while Robb‘s mixed media paintings are taken from studies of shadows and rellected images.
Reflections Of Venice t‘nul Sat 23 Jttn. A themed exhibition of paintings and prints by gallery artists inspired by Venice.
Cafe llttb. Castlehill. Royal Mile. 473 2000. Tue Sat 9.30am l0pm; Sun & Mon 9.30am 6.30pm.
Sara Brennan l'ntil Stilt l0Jun. Abstract tapestries by lidinburgh College of Art graduate Sara Brennan. The works fuse tone. colour and texture and are inspired by the Scottish landscape.
Howard Hodgkin l‘ri l5 Jun-Sat 28 Jul. A selective retrospective of early prints. See Ingleby gallery.
6 Carlton 'l'errace. 556 444 l. Wed Sat l0am ~5pm.
Howard Hodgkin l'ntil Sat 3! Jul. Howard Hodgkin is one of the l'K's tnosl celebrated painters. Renowned for his richly colottred paintings on wood llodgkin. who describes himself as a painter of feelings rather than ideas. is also a gifted printmaker. For the exhibition at the Ingleby (iallery w ho held a retrospective exhibition of his prints in I998. llodgkin will be showing ten small format prints which combine etching with carborundum and a final hand colouring to produce their richly textured surface. See llitlist.
Craig Murray-Orr t'ntil Sat 21 Jul. New sculpture by New Zealand born Craig Murray-()rr. Since his last show at the gallery in I998. he continues to explore gun culture. carving from hardwoods rifles and small arms.
30 St Stephen Street. 226 5449. Mon—Fri 9am-6pm.
2470/360° l7ntil Fri 20 Jul. A series of photographs by Scott Mitchell taken on a road trip across America which covered 2470 miles in fttll circle. Travelling through California. Nevada and Arimna. Mitchell photographed the ‘everyday' from a coke machine to a diner table. See review.
INSTITUT FRANCAIS O’ECOSSE l3 Randolph Crescent. 225 5366. Mon—Fri 9.30am 6.30pm; Sat 9.30am» l .30pm. Kosovo Refugee Crisis: A Photographic Essay t'ntil Tue 12 Jun. Medicins Du Monde present an exhibition of powerful photographs portraying life in the refugee camps of Albania. Macedonia and Montenegro by well-known photographers.
Niveaux 0: Marcel Dinahet Sat to Jun—Sun 29 .llll. l’rench artist Marcel Dinahet continues his investigation of the Atlantic Coast with a series of film and photographic works.
ITALIAN CULTURAL INSTITUTE
S2 Nicolson Street. 668 2232. Mon—Fri l0am—5pm.
Cascella Fotografo/Photographer l'ntil Mon l8 Jttn. Photography by Abruzzo born artist Basilio Cascella t l860—l950i. A painter. lithographer. ceramic artist. editor of photo magazines. Cascella was dedicated to creating artistic photography.
La Majella And The Landscapes Of Transhumance t'ntit .Mon l8 Jun. Landscapes of the hills and mountains of the Abuz/o Natural Park by Janet Swailes.
66 Cumberland Street. 558 9872. Mon—Fri l0atn~6pmz Sat l0am«4pm.
Victor Pasmore (1908-1998) t'ntil Sat 7 Jul. A retrospective exhibition of screenprints. etchings and lithographs by British artist Victor Pasmore t l902—l99Si. His early works included landscapes and figure studies. influenced by fauvism and cubism.
65 The Shore. 553 5255. Tuel‘ri
l lam ~5pm; Sat l lam«4pm.
Alastair W. Thomson t‘ntit Sat 9 Jun. Solo show by Alasdair \V. Thomson with a mix of his landscape paintings and stunning interiors.
‘The Davis Family’ Tue l9-Sat 30 Jun. This family of artists are all graduates of (ilasgow School of Art. James and limma Davies share a love of the West Coast. while Piper l)avies prefers to study the human form.
Merchiston Campus. l0 Colinton Road. 455 2678. Sat l0am-4pm: hiUll'Avvcti 9.30am —6pm.
Design Degree Show 2001 Sat l6~Wed 20 Jun tnot Sun). liinal degree show of the work of graduating students of lndustrial l)esign. Interior Architecture and Interdisciplinary Design.
NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART
Bell'ord Road. 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon—Sat l0am~5pmz Sun noon-5pm. Cafe.
Circle Of Friends: Leslie And Sadie Martin And British Modernism From The 19303 L'ntil Sun 2% ()ct. Architect Sir Leslie Martin
t l908~2000i along with Ben Nicholson and Naum (iabo co-edited the seminal publication ( ‘t'rclt': Internutt'mml Survey Of ('mtstrm‘tit't' Art. while his wife and artist
Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design I
.a faculty of the University of Dundee
l6 to 23 June
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Barbara Hepworth were responsible for the magazine's layout. While working on the publication. the Martins became lifelong friends with leading artists and architects. This exhibition features works by Gabo. Hepworth and Wallis. drawn from their collection together with works from the Gallery‘s own collection.
Can You Judge A Book By Its Cover? t'ntil Sat 9 Jun. Six of Scotland‘s leading artists have been commissioned to produce a cover image for one of Canongate Books' new Pocket Classic series of Scottish writing. Alison Watt has painted an image of blank paper to illustrate Muriel Spark's selected stories; John Byrne has created an “impish vision of James Kelman: Calum Colvin has reconstructed Robert Burns' head and will be seen in its original forth as a corner installation along with the final photography; John Bellany has created a portrait of Sir Walter Scott; Douglas (iordon has illustrated stories and poetry by James Hogg and David Mach has created two matchstick heads to illustrate R.l.. Stevenson's Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde. LAST CHANCE TO SEE. David Mach Sat 9 Jun. 12.45pm. Tickets are free frotn The SCUM/"(Ill and Scotland On Sunday on ()I 3l 620 8335/6. David Match is in conversation with BBC Radio Scotland's Brian Morton. talking about his commissioned cover image for Canongate Books.
Lee Miller L'ntil Sun 9 Sep. £4 (£2.50) Joint admission with Roland Penrose exhibition at the Dean (iallery. The largest and most comprehensive exhibition to date of the work of the New York born photographer Lee Miller ( I907—77). Miller. a former Vogue model. was married to Roland Penrose. the subject of a major exhibition at the Dean (iallery'. Snapping people. places. fashion and war. the exhibition features portraits of Picasso. Man Ray. Eileen Agar. Horst and memorabilia frotn her time as a war correspondent. See review and Hitlist.
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An Exhibition Celebrating the Millennium Forest for Scotland
7-21 Jun 2001 THE LIST 95