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

Mixed Show L'ntil Fri 30 Nov. A mixed show of works. mainly indtistrial art.


20a Dundas Street. 557 5002. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm; Sat 10am-4pm.

Summer Days, Winter Nights Sat l7—Wed 28 Nov. Glasgow's liwan Mundy Fine Art gallery present an exhibition of paintings including Redpath. Gilles. Blackadder. Bellany and a small exhibition by the Scottish Colourists. NEW SHOW.


29b Dundas Street. 467 3937. Tue—Fri

1 lam—6pm: Sat 1 lam—5.30pm.

Blood And Kin L'ntil Fri 30 Nov. A range of work including watercolours. oils and sculpture dating from the 1760s to 21st century.


4 Bellevue Crescent, 558 8368. Wed—Sat noon—6pm.

Jenny Smith L'ntil Sun 18 Nov. A solo show of new paintings by Edinburgh-based artist Jenny Stnith which draws inspiration frotn her recent travels to Japan.

Revolution Sat 24 Nov—Sun 20 Jan. A group show of new work including painting and sculpture by live recent Masters of Fine Art graduates. Painters include Naoko Shibuya. Stishil Mangaonkar and Michael Craik. with work by sculptors Duguld Peters and Nao Kobayashi. NEW SHOW.


30a Chambers Street. 624 4545. Daily

1 lam—l lptn.

Arteslan Exhibition t‘ntil Thu 31 Jan. Arts organisation Artesian present an exhibition of ‘brut art/raw art' by various artists.


14 New Street. 558 7604. Mon—Sun 1—l0pm. ()ut of the Blue present A Square “ml. at week of events showcasing the range of activities which take place at the Bongo Club and the New Street complex. See also New Street Exhibition Space listing.

Recycled Furniture Project Fri 23 Nov. 2—5pm. Recycle old furnitttre in this studio-led workshop for young people.

Guided Visits To The Studios Sat 24 & Stilt 25 Nov. Noon—5pm. Guided tours of Out of the Blue's studios for artists and musicians.

Portrait Group Sat 24 Nov. Noon—4pm. Drop in and watch the popular life drawing group or have a go yourself.

Open Studios Sun 25 Nov. Noon-5pm. ()ttt of the Blue's studios for artists and musicians will be open to the public.

Zombie Tue 27 Nov. 9pm. £4 (£2). Based around the Zombie cartoons by artist Chad McCail. this live art event features dance. music. song and theatre. BOURNE FINE ART

6 Dundas Street. 557 4050. Mon—Fri 1()am—6pm: Sat 1 1am—2pm.

Scottish Paintings L'ntil Fri 30 Nov. A selection of paintings by Scottish artists dating from 1800 to present day. Featured artists include Horatio McCulloch. Joan Eardley. Joint Maxwell and William Heath Wilson.


10 Royal Terrace. 556 1010. Mon~-Fri l0am~6pmz Sat by appointment. Mixed Exhibition tintil Fri 36 Nov. Paintings from stock including works by George Houston. J.D. Fergusson. .‘v'laclauchlan Milne and PW. Adam.

Edinburgh Galleries


38 Home Street. 228 4141. Daily 12.45—11pm.

Squid Drawings L'ntil Sat 8 Dec. A comic book exhibition by lidinburgh cartoonist Malcolm Duff. the man behind live/ml! (m Him/shield and the Squid [)2'uivings'.


Morningside Road. 667 3633. Mon—Fri 12.30—5pm: Sat 1 lam—5pm. Bruntsfield 2001 Fri 23 Nov—Fri 7 Dec. Black and white hand produced photographs by Gareth Wyn Jones documenting the Bruntslield community. NEW SHOW.


2 Market Street. 52‘) 3993. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm: Sun noon—5pm.

The Quest For Camelot: The Arthurian Legend In Art L'ntil Sat 26 Jan. £2.50 (£1 )1 family ticket £5: season ticket £4.50. This major exhibition traces the impact of the Arthurian legend on artists throughout the centuries. Divided into three sections. the first examines how the legends have permeated society. The second section looks at the Victorian era when Tennyson's ltlv/ls ()fT/lt’ King revived the myth. influencing the work of the Pre-Raphaelites. Rossetti and William Morris. The final part concludes with the earliest known literary reference to Arthur. the epic poem 1' (imiudtlt'n. composed by Aneirin in the late 6th century. A programme of workshops and associated events will take place throughout the exhibition see Edinburgh City Life. See review.

King Arthur and Scotland Sat 24 Nov. l0am-—5pm. £20 (£15). Was King Arthur linglish. Welsh or Scottish‘.’ Did

he ever really exist‘.’ Chaired by Professor

Graham Caie. a study day bringing together authors and scholars to discuss this legendary figure.

Europe In Space t.'ntil Sat 24 Nov. An exhibition tracing three decades of liuropean co-operation in space. which marks the lidinburgh meeting of the Ministerial Council of the liuropean Space Agency. LAST CHANCE TO SEE. The Kyoto Artist Makers t'ntil Sat 8 Dec. An exhibition of work by craftmakers from lidinburgh's twin city of Kyoto. Japan featuring woven and dyed textiles. ceramics. g1ass.Japanesc dolls. metalwork and hand-painted kimonos.

A Square Foot: Creative Spaces In The City Tue 27 Nov. 9.30am—5pm. £5 (individual): £20 (organisation). ()ut of the Blue hosts this one-day seminar to discuss the provision for artists. crafts people and musicians in the city. Speakers include Matthew Rooke from the Scottish Cultural linterprise. Amanda Catto front the Scottish Arts Council. David Cook from WASPS. Keith Jeffrey from Baltic and David Peebes from the Ctistard Factory.


22—28 Cockburn Street. 220 1260. Wed—Sat 10.30am—5pm; Sttn 3—5pm. New Work Scotland Programme 5 [intil Stilt 18 Nov. A showcase of work by Edinburgh College of Art sculpture graduate John Wallbank. and Iain Hetherington from the drawing and painting division of Glasgow School of Art. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.

IDear Sarah’ L'ntil Sun 18 Nov. New work in the project room from Dave Beech.

Join Us At Home Tue 20 Nov. 7~9pm. A discussion on some of the recent projects involving artists working in domestic spaces in Scotland. Speakers include lain lrving. a lecturer at Gray's School of Art and artists James Thornhill and ()la (ittstafsson.

New Work Scotland Programme 6 Sat 24 Nov—Sat 22 Dec. The New Work Scotland programme continues with video work by (ilasgow School of

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Scotland’s club scene is documented by photographer Lisa Fleming on

Art MFA graduates Stuart Gurden and Helen McCrone. Gurden shows Minor Planets a new video/mixed media installation lilm in Berlin which explores the nature of desire and territoriality. NEW SHOW.


(Formerly Gallery 41). 41 Dundas Street. 557 456‘). Mon—Fri l0.30am—5.30pm; Sat 10.30am—5pm. Christmas Show Sat 17 Nov—Mon 24 Dec. A range of paintings. jewellery. glass. hron/es. pottery and sculpture.


at Marie Curie House. 2‘) Albany Street. 478 7050. Mon—Sat l0am—4.30pm. Hanging By A Thread t'ntit Sat 1 Dec. The Edinburgh branch of the limbroiderer's Guild presents an exhibition of members' work.


Belford Road. 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon—Sat 10am—5pm: Sun noon—5pm.

O Beuys To Hirst: Art Works At Deutsche Bank L'ntil Sun 13 Jan. The Detttsche Bank has the largest international contemporary art collec- tion in the world. boasting around 50,000 works of art. This selection of almost 1(10 works by German and British artists. gets its first L'K showing in a public gallery. offering a taster of their impressive collection. Highlights include Tony Cragg's dice sculpture .S'et‘reliuns: works by Gerhard Richter including the large-scale Almraktes Iii/(l (/‘tlllSU; Damien Hirst's Valium; photography by Susan Derges. Bernd and Hilla Becher. Catherine Yass and Christine Borland and recent acquisi— tions of works by Charles Avery. Moyna Flannigan and Tim Stoner. See Hitlist.

Paoloui: As Is When L'ntil Sun 10 Feb. Eduardo Paolozzi‘s important Pop print suite As Is When 1964—65 goes on display. which was inspired by an account of the life of philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein.

THE DI ROLLO GALLERY 27 Queensferry Street. 220 4150. Mon ~Sat 9.30am“ 5.30pm: Sttn noon-4pm.

show at PopRoklt

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

l l Gayfield Square. 558 7110.Thu—Sat

l lam—6pm.

Ilana Halperin and Sally Osborn Thu 22 Nov—Sun 13 Jan. New work by two Glasgow-based artists llana Halperin and Sally ()sborn. Halperin shows video and works on paper which continues her exploration of ‘environmental anecdotes'. much of which is based on her recent research trips to San Sebastian and the island of Stromboli. Osborn draws on her research residency at Grizedale Forest in Cumbria. working in collage and drawing to explore the plant and animal worlds. NEW SHOW.

DOM 8 Advocate's Close. 225 9271. Daily

1 l.30am—5.30pm (closed Wed).

The New Wave Of Primitlvlsm 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 houses sculpture. stained glass and paintings by artists who practice primitive art.


6a Dundas Street. 558 9363. Mon—Fri 1()am—6pm; Sat 10am—4pm.

Scottish Art Portfolio L'ntil Sat 17 Nov. Scottish Art Portfolio present an exhibition of work by contemporary Scottish painters including Terry Barron Kirkwood. John Lovvrie Morrison. Lin Pattullo. Jackie Philip. George Birrell and Davy Brown.

Snow, Sea And Sky Sun 25 Nov—Thu 6 Dec (Mon—Sat 10am—6pm‘. Sun noon—4pm). New paintings by Charles Simpson.

EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART Lauriston Place. 221 6000. Mon—Thu 10am—8pm; Fri 10am—5pm; Sat 8; Sun 10am—2pm.

David Connearn - New Work L'ntil Sat 17 Nov. British artist David Connearn transforms the Sculpture Court with a huge drawing covering the surface area of the room. made frotn sixteen tonnes of crushed granite. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.

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