Edinburgh Galleries continued
SHIRAK 5 Barony Street. 478 7440. Tue—Sat 10am—6pm.
Contemporary Scottish Art And Design A gallery and shop featuring a changing selection of hand-woven and embroidered rugs and textiles from the Turkmen. L'zbek. Beluch and Airtith tribes of Central Asia.
Reiach and Hall Architects. 6 Darnaway Street. 225 8444. Mon—Fri 2—5pm. Thomas Lawson L'ntil Fri 5 ()ct. Thomas Lawson's installation continttes his investigation on the life of the political figure Thomas Muir. On one wall. Lawson has painted a drawing of a world map and on the facing wall. a list of dates and co-ordinates.
THE SOCIETY OF EUROPEAN ARTISTS
44 High Street. 557 8360. Daily 10am-6pm.
Mixed Exhibition A changing selection of paintings by predominantly ltalian artists. featuring still life. landscapes and figurative. with all works for sale.
THE SOUTHSIDE GALLERY
58 Ratcliffe Terrace. (167 1966. Mon ‘)am-—5pni; Tue—Fri ‘)am—(ipm: Sat 1(1am—5pm.
Mixed Show L'ntil Sat 2‘) Sep. ()rigiiial art. screenprints and etchings.
STILLS 23 (‘ockburn Street. 622 6200. Tue—Sat 10am—5pm.
Face On Tue 18 Sep—Sat |() Nov. Curated by Craig Richardson and .Mark Durden. this exhibition examines and recontextualises new and existing photo- graphic and lens-based artworks which inyolye a social exchange between the artist and their human subjects. Featured artists include Roderick Buchanan. Philip-l.orca diCorcia. Alexa Wright. Jennifer Bornstein. Alfredo Jarr and Adam (‘hod/ko. See Hitlist. NEW SHOVX.
TALBOT RICE GALLERY L'niyersity of lidinburgh. South Bridge. 650221 1. Mon~-Sat 1(1am- 5pm: Stiii 2~-5pm.
Patricia Macdonald - Air works l'ntil l’ri 7 Sep. Talbot Rice's i'iestiyal exhibition features new and recent work by one of Scotland leading photographers. Patricia Macdonald. Her stunning aerial photographs made with Angus Macdonald as pilot. reyeal the beauty and intricate patterns of the natural cnyironment. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
3o Duiidas Street. 556 (i366. Mon-l-‘ri
l lam r-(ipiiil Sat l().3()am—4pin.
Peter McDermott and Elizabeth McCrindle Sat 8—Sat 22 Sep. Recent paintings.
TRAVERSE BAR CAFE
'l‘rayerse Theatre. 1() (‘ambridge Street. 228 5383.
Place l'ntil Stm ‘) Sep. Paintings by Rowan Paton Risby and Nathan Huxtable.
lo South Fort Street. 478 7810. Mon Sat llam—-1 1.45pm; Sun 12.30-11.45pm.
In Your Face tintii Sat 8 Sep. Paintings by Ian Webb.
(formerly Malcolm limes (ialleryi. 4 Duridas Street. 558 ‘)544/5. Mon— Fri 10am-6pm; Sat 1 lam-r 1pm.
A Scottish Panorama tintil Sat 2‘) Sep. A selection of the gallery's finest Scottish landscapes and scenes of sporting life from the 19111 and early 2()th century.
92 THE LIST ‘5 Sop-2t) Sop 2001
Edinburgh Museums This section lists museums currently showing temporary exhibitions. For details of other permanent attractions, see Edinburgh City Life, page 97. BANK OF SCOTLAND MUSEUM ON THE MOUND The Mound. 52‘) 1288. Mon—Fri 1—4.45pm. Free.
Museum On The Mound L'ntil Fri 7 Sep. Located within Bank Of Scotland‘s Head Office. this small but unusual museum is home to a display of banking memorabilia spanning 3()() years. Exhibits include early Scottish banknotes. gold coins. forgeries. maps. staff photographs. a Victorian branch tableau and a 17th century iron kist.
THE DRAWING ROOM GALLERY
28 Charlotte Square. iidinburgh. 243 9365. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun noon—5pm. Free. Not only the Head Office for the National Trust for Scotland. 28 Charlotte Square also houses a permanent collection of 2()th century Scottish paintings featuring work by Peploe. Hunter and (‘adell Displayed in a domestic setting. the works are complemented by a collection of Regency furniture.
MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD
42 High Street. 52‘) 4142. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm.
All Aboard For Toyland L'ntii Sat 3 Noy‘. An exhibition highlighting the enduring popularity of linid Bly'ton's Noddy and his Toyland friends.
MUSEUM OF EDINBURGH (1"tii‘iiiet'ly' Huntly House). 142 (‘anongate. 52‘) 4143. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm.
Thomas Nelson And Sons - Spreading The Word L'ntil Sat 1‘) Jan. An exhibition on the importance of Nelson's Printing \Vorks of the Old Town and Southside of lidinburgh.
MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND ('hambers Street. 247 421‘). Mon—Sat l()am—5pm: Sun noon~5pm; Tue i()am~8pm.
Relief And Revolution: The St Andrew’s Society Of Philadelphia l'ntil Stiii 3() Jun 2002. This exhibition looks at Scottish immigration to North American and the founding of the St Andrew‘s Society of Philadelphia. set tip in 1747 to care for the sick immigrant Scots.
NEWHAVEN HERITAGE MUSEUM
Newhayen Harbour. 551 4105. Daily noon 5pm.
Hidden Treasures: Volunteer Work Of Newhaven People Past And Present t'ntil Mon 31 Dec. The l'nited Nations‘ Year of the Volunteer is celebrated in this exhibition which looks at the tradition of volunteering in the Newhayen community.
53 High Street. Queensferry. 331 5545. Mon. Thu. l’ri 6; Sat l()am 1pm &
2.15 5pm; Stiii noon~5pin. 1‘ree.
Food For Thought A look at children's diet and eating habits oyer the past 15() years.
2 (‘hambers Street. 247 421‘). Mon Sat 10am» 5pm (Tue 8pm): Stin noon~5pm. Free.
Millennium Clock A chance to view Russian mechanical sculptor liduard Bersudsky’s millennit'm clock. a kinetic sculpture. measuring nine metres high.
The Jackie Stewart Formula l'ntil Stm 31) Sep 2001. Jackie Stewart
imagine The Green Is Red by David Shrigley forms part of Here + Now at the DCA
()Bli and the National Mtiseums of Scotland have joined forces for the first titnc to create this tmique recreation of the l‘)‘)‘) Stewart l5ord Pit (iarage. A must for all (irand Prix fans.
Meeting Points: New Works In Fibre l'ntil Stiii 23 Sep. The first in a series of exhibitions to mark the Japan Festival 2001 . A collaboration between six textiles artists from Scotland and six from Japan. the exhibition aims to highlights the strong tradition of textiles skills in both countries featuring a display of hanging pieces. tapestries. sculptures and computer images.
80 Wildlife Photographer Of The Year l‘ntil Sat 22 Sep. Now in its seventeenth year. the annual wildlife photography competition organised by BB(‘ Wildlife maga/ine and the Natural History Mtiseum features entries by both professional and amateur photographers worldw ide. The winning entry by Manjo Shah capttires the image of a female orang—utan with her young infant.
Serizawa - Master Of Japanese Textile Design t'ntil Sun 4 Noy. £3 (£1.50); children under 12 free. The first liuropean exhibition of Seri/awa Keisuke's t l8‘)5 19841 work fora quarter of a century. Declared a ‘liy'ing national treasure‘ in 1‘)5(i. Keisuke tnade his name as a textile designer. using traditional stencil— dy'eing techniques. The exhibition features oy‘er 100 works including folding screens. kimonos. tablecloths. book coy‘ers and ceramics. l’ur! u/ﬂ/(I/nm 2()(Il ﬁrs/(rill.
Lady Stair’s House. l.ady Stair's (lose, 52‘) 4‘)(11. Mon-Sat 1(1am 5pm. Free. Spirit Of Greatness t’niil Sat 3 Noy'. A documentary exhibition looking at writers from l)ttinfrics and (ialloway both past and present.
DUNDEE CONTEMPORARY ARTS
I52 Nethergate. (11382 60622”. Tue & Wed. Sat & Sun ltl.3()am 5.30pm: Thu & l'i‘i l().3()am 8pm.
Here + Now: Scottish Art 1990-2001 Sat 15 Sep- Sun 4 Not. Taking place concurrently at the \L‘iitic‘s in Aberdeen and Dundee. the fourth and final exhibition in the series tracing the dynamic history of Scottish art since l‘)45. i't‘ilitli‘c‘tl artists include Martin Boyce. ('ht‘istine Borland. Roderick Buchanan. Nathan ('olcy. Dal/iel + Scullion. Douglas (iordon. ('allum lnnes. Ross Sinclair. Day id Shrigley and Alison Watt. NEy‘i’ 81—103..
2.5 26 Mid \\'ynd Industrial listate. ()1382 225082. Thu Sun 1 (rpm. Here + Now: Scottish Art 1990-2001 Sat 15 Sep Sun 4 Noy. See D('A.
Albert Square. (11382 432084. Mon Sal ltiam 5pm; Sun 12.311 4pm: Thu
Here + Now: Scottish Art 1990-2001 Sat 15 Sep Sun 4 No\. See l)(‘.-\.
Outside the Cities
ALDESSAN GALLERY ('lachan()f(‘ampsie.(113011313049. Daily llam 5pm.
Still Life And Open Spaces l’ri " Sep Thu 18 ()ct. Paintings by father and daughter. Andrew and (‘arol Binnie.
HARBOUR ARTS CENTRE
114 ll() llarbour Street. ()12‘)4 274(15‘). Tue Sat Illam 4pm.
Dream Products - The Art of Ronnie Heeps t'ntil Thu 27 Sep. .\ diyerse exhibition of work by (ilasgow artist Ronnie llecps.
THE CHANGING ROOM
35‘1‘he Stirling Arcade. (1 l 780 4705i) l. Tue Sat 11am 4.3flpm.
Same Time, Different Place t'niii Sun 31) Sep. A group show of work in a \at‘icty of media by four lidinburgh—lmsed artists l‘iona Macalister. llelen Slringfcllow. Anna Ray and Karen l.ottg|iridge.