19 Brandon Terrace. 556 l 175. Wed—Sun noon—6pnr

Art For Architects L'ntil Sun 30 Sep. An exhibition of work relating to the crossover between fine art and architecture featuring stained glass building bricks by Elizabeth Coll. stainless steel chairs. glass by Inge Paneels and stained glass by Elaine A. Adam.


26 Bridge Street. 665 8473. Mon & Wed—Sat l lam—5pm; Sun noon—4pm. Re-evaiuating The Space Until Sat 15 Sep. Jane Murray explores the space that surrounds her in this solo show of recent paintings.


29b Dundas Street. 467 3937. Tue—Fri

l lam—6pm: Sat 1 lam—5.30pm.

We Don’t Need No Education Tue 1 l—Sat 29 Sep. A showcase of work by self-taught artists.


4 Bellevue Crescent. 558 8368. Tue—Sat noon—6pnr

Calvados L'ntil Sat 15 Sep. The Bellevue (iallery reopens alter a change of ownership and renovation. with a group show of work by three young L'K-based artists. Duncan of Jordanstone graduate Helen (ilttsslord shows recent paintings in the abstract expressionist style. wooden panels and furniture by Roland Fraser. and Katherine Jones presents new abstract paintings.


6 Dundas Street. 557 4050. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm; Sat l lain—2pm.

Scottish Paintings l'ntil Sat 29 Sep. A selection of paintings by Scottish artists.


10 Royal Terrace. 556 Hill). Mon—liri l0am»—6pm; Sat by appointment.

21st Festival Exhibition L'ntil Sat 8 Sep. A selection of paintings from the 17th to the 2lst century including works by Alexander Jamieson. Sir Robin Philipson. Patrick William Adam and William Clark. Mixed Exhibition Sat X—liri 28 Sep. Paintings from stock including works by (leorge Houston. J.l). Pergusson. Maclauchlan Milne and PW. Adam.


77 (‘ler'k Street. 622 7236. Mon~Sat noonfilam: Sun l2.30pm- lam. Mixed Exhibition A changing exhibition of gothic art including sculpture. drawing. photography and paintings by local artists.


2 Market Street. 529 3993. Mon Sat 10am—6pm; Sun noon—5pm. £4 (£2.50) for all three exhibitions: family ticket £9: season ticket £7.

Australia Dreaming: Contemporary Aboriginal Art L'ntil Sat 6 ()ct. A celebration of the life and art of Atrstralian Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territories. the Central and Western Deserts and the Kimberley. Penny 'l‘weedie's photographs of the Arnhem Land Community accompany the display.

Sir William Allan, Artist Adventurer 1782-1850 l'ntil Sat (s ()ct. A reappraisal of the work of this major Scottish artist. Sir William Allan. Alter spending ten years painting in Russia. he returned to Scotland to produce Scottiin historical paintings which are among the lirst ever painted.

Sir William Allan’s Dog Thu 6 Sep. l2.30pm. A talk by Sara Stevenson. ('urator of Photography at the Scottish National Portrait (iallery.

Art In The City Lntil Sat 6 ()ct. An exhibition of works drawn from the ('ity's collection of Scottish Art. examining the relationship between artists and the city of

Edinburgh Galleries

Edinburgh. Featured artists include Cadell. Nasmyth. Lavery. Cursiter. Chad .‘vlcCail and Callum lnnes. COLLECTIVE GALLERY 22—28 Cockburn Street. 220 l260. Tue—Sat 10.30am-5pm; Sun 145 m. Kate Gray: The Ghost Of Flea Until Sun 9 Sep. in her first major solo show. Edinburgh-based artist Kate Gray shows large—scale digital duratran images. Created by digitally manipulating photographic images. the imaginary landscapes will be set within the walls of a maze made specifically for the gallery space. LAST CHANCE TO SEE. A Practice Room (For Amateurs) Until Sun 9 Sep. Karen Cunningham presents this unusual project in which Edinburgh-based participants including a writer. boxer. graffiti artist. comedian and a musician will be given use of the Practice Room to ractice their skills.

New Work Scotland Sat 15 Sep—Sun 14 ()ct (Wed—Sat l0.3()am—5pm; Sun 1—5pm). The second year of the New Work Scotland pro- gramme aimed at developing the work of recent graduates featuring the work of Steve Duval. Jenny Hogarth and work in the project room by Fiona McAllister. See preview and Hitlist. NEW SHOW. COLOURS GALLERY (Formerly Gallery 4] ). 4l Dundas Street. 557 4569. Mon—Fri l().3()am—5.30pm: Sat l0.30am—5 m. Caroline Bailey Until Thu 6 Sep. Still lifes and landscapes of ltaly. Spain and the Scottish Highlands.

Louis Sinclair McNain Sat 8 Sep—Wed 3 Get. New work by Louis Sinclair McNally featuring Edinburgh cityscapes and country landscapes. NEW SHOW.

DANISH CULTURAL INSTITUTE 3 Dounc Terrace. 225 7l89. Mondiri l0am—5pm.

Eva Merz: Greenlanders L'ntil liri 2| Sep. ()ne of Denmark's leading photographers. iiva Merl. presents an exhibition of large-scale photographs. Taken in Copenhagen. Merz photographs anonymous (ireenlanders who have left their homeland to settle in the Danish capital.


at Marie Curie House. 29 Albany Street. 478 7050. Morinat l0am——5pm‘. Sun l»~5pm.

GIII Harper Mon Ill-Sat 29 Sep. Recent paintings.


Belford Road. 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon~Sat l()am~~5pm; Sun noon—5pm.

0 Roland Penrose Until Sun 9 Sep. £4 (£2.50) Joint admission with Lee Miller Exhibition at the National (iallery of Modern Art. ()ne of the key figures in the development of modern art in Britain was Roland Penrose ( 1900—1984). This major exhibition which coincides with the publication of Roland P ’Ill'rM‘t‘.‘ The Friendly .S'urrt'u/r'sl a biography by his sort Antony Penrose. reveals his work as a surrealist artist. exhibition organiser. collector and writer. Penrose was friends with a number of surrealists including lirnst. Miro and Picasso and was respon— sible for the first surrealist exhibition to come to London in 1936. To comple- ment the exhibition. the National (iallery of Modern Art is hosting an exhibition of photographs by Penrose‘s wife. Lee Miller. See Hitlist. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.

Paolozzi And Music L'tttil 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'rum [jg/r! .\’r_t:/it inspired by the work of innovative American composer. (‘harles lves.

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