Art listings

Edinburgh College Of Art cont.

Nostalgia of Dum Archaeologles Of The 19908 Sat 24 Nov.

10.30am—6. 15pm. £25 (waged): £5 (students/unwaged). A one-day event held by the Centre for Visual & Cultural Studies which seeks to examine nostalgia for the recent past. Speakers include Independent ()1: Sunday columnist Peter York. artists Joanne Tatham and Tom O'Sullivan and Anthony H. Wilson.


18a Dundas Street. 557 5227. Mon—Fri 1 lam—5pm: Sat 10am—1pm. Josephine Graham and Joe McIntyre L'ntil Tue 27 Nov. Recent paintings.


23 L'nion Street. 557 2479. Tue—Sat 10am—6pm.

Contemporary Japanese Woodblocit Prints L'ntil Fri 16 Nov. Innovative works by fourteen contemporary Japanese artists who specialise in woodblock printing. Part of Japan 2001.

Small Prints For Christmas Sat 24 Nov—Sat 22 Dec. A selling exhibition of small prints submitted by members of the Printmakers.


5 Charlotte Square. 220 7720. Mon—Fri 10am—4.30pm.

Waverley L'ntil Fri 30 Nov. A documentary exhibition looking at the development of Edinburgh's railway station. Waverley.


19 St Leonard‘s Lane. 662 0040. Mon-Thu 10.30am-3.30pm: Fri 10.30am—2.30pm; Sat 10.30am—4pm.

Felt The World L'ntil Fri 21 Dec. Felt pictures by Anna Shepherd.


Fettes Gallery. East Fettes Avenue. 332 2281. Tue—Sun 2—5pm.

Barry McGIashan Fri 16 Nov—Fri 7 Dec. An exhibition of work by Aberdeen artist Barry McGlashan. recipient of the Salvesen Scholarship award. which allowed him to travel to America with the help of £10,000. NEW SHOW.


52 Dublin Street. 557 2725. Mon—Fri

l lam—5pm; Sat 1 lam—4pm.

Double Act L'ntil Fri 30 Nov. Paintings. drawings and prints by Alfons Bytautas and Brent Millar.


88 Lothian Road. 228 2688. Daily 10am—10pm.

Little Lhasa - In Exile From Tibet L'ntil Fri 30 Nov. Colour and black and white photographs by Kari Herbert. taken in Dharamsala in northern lndia. where she experienced the exiled life of the Tibetans who have fled tojoin the Dalai Lama.


35 William Street. 225 2196. Tue—Fri

1 lam—5pm; Sat 1 1am—2pm.

Karen Kirkwood and Susan Woods L'ntil Sat 17 Nov. Abstract paintings and prints by Karen Kirkwood and Susan Woods. Kirkwood‘s work reflects the relationships between science and the physical world while Woods' paintings allude to cinematic screens of saturated colour. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.

FOREST ARTS 9 West Port. 221 0237. Daily llatn till 7pm (1 [pm when special events are on). Zargonla L'ntil Sun 2 Dee. A mixed show of paintings. ceramics. text art. slides and works in leather.

THE FOUR PLUS anemia?“ 2 Warrender Park Road. 667 5152. Mon—Sat 10am—6pm.

90 THE LIST 15-29 Nov 200‘

Scottish Craft Exhibition A wide variety of crafts and applied arts by tip- and-coming craftmakers and designers working in Scotland. FRUITMARKET GALLERY

45 Market Street. 225 2383. Mon—Sat

1 lam—6pm: Sun noon—5pm.

Nic Hess L'ntil Sat 17 Nov. With a growing international reputation. Swiss artist Nic Hess creates site-specific. large-scale wall-based collages for the gallery space. Created from industrial tape and adhesive vinyl. l-less appropriates logos and brand names into his work. LAST CHANCE TO SEE. Richard Murphy L'ntil Sat 17 Nov. The first of a series of exhibitions devoted to architecture. First up is Richard Mttrphy Architects. the architects responsible for the refurbishment of the gallery in 1993. in celebration of their tenth year. the exhibition features models. drawings and photographs of over 30 projects. and a 30-minute film by Murray (irigor. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.

Northern Lights On permanent view is Peter Fink's light installation for the gallery inspired by the aurora borealis. Comprising a ‘roof fin‘ triangle of light. detailing on the east and west roof. lift

shaft and pavement. the colours regularly

change. brightening tip this dark corner of Edinburgh's Market Street. GALERIE MIRAGES

46a Raeburn Place. 315 2603. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm.

Christmas Exhibition Thu 15 Nov—Mon 24 Dec. Annual Christmas exhibition including decorations from around the globe. unusual Christmas gift ideas and jewellery by British designers Julie Lawrence. Sam L'bhi. Kate Smith. Jenny Gill and Karen Johnson. NEW SHOW. GOLD Gallery & Shop. 77 Dtmdas Street. 556 3159. Mon—Wed & Fri—Sat 10am—6pm: Thu 10am—8pm.

Mixed Exhibition L'ntil Wed 28 Nov. A pre-Christmas exhibition featuring paintings by Laura Hope—Newbut'y' and Kristen Hannesdottir. plus ceramics. woodwork. jewellery. textiles. prints and cards.


32 Shandwick Place. 225 9151. Mon—Wed 8; Fri 9am—5.30pm; Thu 9am—7pm; Sat 10am—6pm; Sun

1 1.30am—5.30pm; Sun 1 1.30am—5.30pm.

Because You’re Worth It: John Morrison L'ntil Sat 15 Dec. Forming part of Habitat's in-store exhibition programme art@‘ habitat. an exhibition of photo works by Edinburgh College of Art graduate. John Morrison. HANOVER FINE ARTS

22a Dundas Street. 556 2181. Mon—Fri 10.30am—6pm; Sat 10am—4pm.

Gary Bonn L'ntil Sat 17 Nov. Recent oils on aluminium by Gary Bonn featuring landscapes and figurative works. Also on show. sculptures in wood and wire frameworks by his brother. Bob Bonn. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.

Small Paintings For Christmas Sat 24 Nov—Sat 26 Jan. A selection of paintings by over 50 artists plus ceramics. sculpture. prints. jewellery. boxes. scarves and Russian craftvvork. THE HUB

Castlehill. Royal Mile. 473 2000. Daily 9.30am—10pm.

Jilli Blackwood Fri 16 Nov—Sun 13 Jan. in association with the Scottish Gallery. textiles by Jilli Blackwood which incorporate her slash and show technique which she developed whilst a student at Glasgow School of Art. NEW SHOW.

Artist Talk Thu 29 Nov. 6.30pm. £4. Textile artist Jilli Blackwood talks about her work.


6 Carlton Terrace. 556 4441. Wed Sat 10am-—5pm.

GCaIIum Innes t'ntil Sat 22 Dec. New works by the internationally renowned abstract painter. (‘allum 1nnes. Born in lidinburgh where he continues to live and work. lnnes was shortlisted for both the Turner and Jerwood Pri/es in 1995. In 1998. he won the Nat West Prize for Painting. lnnes is widely recog- nised for the original contribution he has made to abstract painting. Much of his work employs the technique of removing freshly painted areas of colour tising brush strokes or streams of turpentine. This is his second exhibition at the lngleby (iallery. See llitlist.

INSTITUT FRANCAIS D’ECOSSE 13 Randolph Crescent. 225 5366. Mon—Sat 9.30am 7 10pm.

L’Eau l'ntil Hi 30 Nov. An exhibition and screenings of twenty small documentary films highlighting the ecological and economic problems of water.

Jacques Prevert t'ntil Sat 17 Nov. France's 1.ire en 1-‘ete. a month devoted to reading. focuses on the work of Jacques Prevert. poet. scriptw riter and lyric writer. This exhibition and presentation of films celebrates his versatility.

The Other Side Of The Mirror Thu 15 Nov- Tue 15 Jan. Duncan of Jordanstone graduate. lirench artist Beatrice Maleyre presents a series of drawings and sculpture. NE‘Iv" SHO‘v'.’


66 Cumberland Street. 558 9872. Mon—Fri 10am- 6pm: Sat 10am 4pm. Philip Reeves t'ntil Tue 20 Nov. to coincide with retrospective exhibitions in lidinburgh and (ilasgow, silkscreen prints by Philip Reeves. founder of the lidinburgh Printmakers and the (ilasgow Print Studio. See also Talbot Rice (iallery and llunterian Art (iallery. (ilasgow. Ben Nicholson 1894-1982 Sat 34 Nov—Sat 22 Dec. A suite of original etchings entitled (il‘t't'k (IIIt/ 'llu‘lvl'v/I Forms by the British painter and one of the most distinguished pioneers of abstract art. Ben Nicholson ( 1894 NEW SHOW.



65 The Shore. 553 5255. Tue iii

1 lam-5pm: Sat 1 lam---4pm.

Mary Batchelor And Terry Kirkwood t'ntil Sat 24 Nov. Landscape paintings by Mary Batchclor and Terry Kirkw ood.

Aliisa Hyslop t'ntil Sat 24 Nov. A solo show of paintings.

Allison Weightman t'ntil Sat 24 Nov. ('eramics.


Department of Photography. 1-"ilm R T\'. Marchmont Campus. 61 Marclimont Road. 455 5203. Mon- l-'ri 9am 5pm. Towards Imagopolis t'ntil l-‘ri 16 Nov. An exhibition of film and photography by graduates and lecturers from Napier l'niv'ersity. centring on how photography and film can explore architecture and the building environment. l‘eatured artists include graduates lan Campbell. .Matt l.av er and Leonora ()lmi. and Dav id Bellingham. Jim llatnlyn. ('atherine Devlin. Paul (iray attd Dan 1)tibow it/. LAST CHANCE? TO SEE.


Belford Road. 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon Sat

10am 5pm; Stm noon 5pm. care.

:3 Rachel Whiteread l'ntil Sttn 9 Dec. £2 (L1 1. London-born Rachel Whiteread is one of Britain's leading artists. Making casts of the insides of ordinary objects. her notorious llUllH' in which the interior of a derelict Victorian house was cast in concrete. was demol- ished amid much controversy in 1993.

She went on to win the Turner Prize later that year. Since then. Whiteread has continued to cast objects including the inside of bath ttibs. wardrobes and whole rooms. This major exhibition. co-organ- ised by the Serpentine Gallery in London shows fifteen major works including two new works of the upper staircase and terracotta floor cast from Whiteread's new home and sttidio. a for- mer synagogue in Bethnal Green. See llitlist.

Hmmm . . . David Shrigley’s Selection From The Permanent Collection Sat 24 Nov 4Sun 24 Feb. Artist Dav id Shrigley selects his favourite works from the permanent collection which include Marcel Duchamp‘s lli't/et' ()lt'liustirv and an early portrait by Scottish (‘olourist S.J. Peploe. NET-1 SHOW.

The South Bank Show: 25th Season Thu 15. Thu 22 & Thu 29 Nov. 12.45pm ((iy mnasium). To celebrate the Sottth Bank Show 's 25th series. free screenings of vintage shows kicking off with l‘rancis Bacon 1 15 Nov 1. Anish Kapoor (22 Nov) and Mailer on Picasso (2‘) .Nov 1.

Real-Photo: The Work Of Bernd & Hilla Becher and Thomas Struth Mon 1‘) Nov”. 12.45pm

((iy mnasiumi. Ken Neil from (iray's School of Art gives a talk. Photo-Real: The Work Of Gerhard Richter and Richard Hamilton Mon 26 Nov. 12.45pm ((iymnasiumi. Ken Neil from (irays School ()1. .-\1‘1 discusses 111C work of lileC two artists.


The Mound. 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon—Sat

10am 5pm; Sun noon 5pm.

From The Madonna To The Moulin Rouge: Recently Acquired Drawings t’ntil Thu 31 .1an.A display of over 40 draw lugs and watercolours recently acquired by the National (ialleries. ranging from devotional images of the Madonna to spontaneous sketches of the Parisian music hall. the Moulin Rouge. Many of the works have never before been exhibited due to their sensitivity to light. There are drawings by 16th and 17th century ltalian masters Agostino ('arracci. Pietro 'l‘esta and Domenico Ricci: a preparatory sketch for the figure of lirminia by (ittercino; view s of lidinburgh and New haven by Alexander Nasmyth; an anatomical study by 19th century 15renchdraughtsman (‘harles l-‘rancois Sellier and Joseph (’raw hall's watercolour ll'liilt' Drake.

Saint Bride by John Duncan Hi 16 Nov. 12.45pm. Art historian lili/abeth (‘umming discusses .lohn Duncan‘s painting.

The Royal Volunteer Review by Sam Bough Hi 23 Nov. 12.45pm. llelcn Smailes and Scott Robertson from the National (ialleries talk about the work of Sam Bough.

NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY Queen Street. 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon Sat

10am 5pm; Sun noon 5pm. care. Free. The Fine Art Of Photography 1'ntil Stilt 13 .lan. The Scottish National Photography ('ollection established by the National (ialleries of Scotland contains around 25.000 photographs dating from the beginnings of the medittm to the present day. This selection of 2111) works show s the cream of the collection featuring Dav id Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson's New haven fishw iv es; Anne 1.eibo\ it/‘s portrait of a nude John Lennon embracing Yoko ()no; live Arnold's portrait of Malcolm N in Washington 1)('; Andreas (iursky 's Sun l-‘rtmt'ivt'o

t 1998); Patricia Macdonald's aerial photographs of l.och [even and Dav id Shriglcy 's li/(ltfs S/imt'nttm(19961.