Edinburgh Galleries continued
10 Royal Terrace. 556 mm. Mon Fri l0am- 6pm: Sat by appointment.
22nd Christmas Exhibition t'ntil Sat 22 Dec. An extensive range of oils. watercolours and sculpture by 18th. l‘)th and early 20th Scottish. British and liuropean artists. The centrepiece of the exhibition is a still life by Scottish (‘olourist S.J. Peploe pltis works by Alexander Nasmyth. (ieorge Houston. Sir Robin Philipson and sculpture by Antoine-Louis Barye and Pierre-Jules Mene.
CAMEO CINEMA BAR
38 Home Street. 228 41-1]. Daily l2.-15~l lpm.
Crazy For Feeling So Lonely l7ntil Sat 5 Jan. New work by Will Andrews.
CITY ART CENTRE
2 Market Street. 52‘) 3993. Mon Sat l0am 5pm; Sun noon 5pm.
The Quest For Camelot: The Arthurian Legend In Art t'ntil Sat 26 Jan. £2.50 (£1 ): fatnily 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 'I‘ennyson‘s lily/ls ()fT/u‘ King revived the myth. inﬂuencing the work of the Pre-Raphaelites. Rossetti and Williatn Morris. The final part concludes with the earliest known literary reference to Arthur. the epic poem )' (;()ll()(/(Ifll. composed by Aneirin in the late 6th century. A programme of workshops and associated events will take place throttghout the exhibition. See lidinburgh Life.
A Garden Bequest: Plants From Japan l'ntil Sat l2 Jan. Organised by the Japan Society. a celebration of the plants introduced from Japan to the West which include maples. cherries. irises and lilies.
Raise The Banners High Wed 1‘) Dec Sat 16 Feb. An exhibition coinciding with the publication documenting the ('ity's battner collection and the 75th anniversary of the general strike. NEW SHOW.
22 28 ('ockburn Street. 220 l260.
Wed Sat 10.30am 5pm; Sun 3A5pm. New Work Scotland Programme 6 l'ntil Sat 22 Dec. The New Work Scotland programme continues with video work by (ilasgow School of Art MFA graduates Stuart (iurden and Helen .\’lc(‘rone. (iurden shows .llinur I’lum'ls- a new video/mixed media installation filmed in Berlin which explores the nature of desire and territoriality. .\1c(‘rorie's new video work explores forgotten aspects of the built environment. See review. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
Wardie Primary School P3 l'ntil Sat 22 Dec. Work in the project room by pupils at Wardie Primary School. created in response to ('had Mc(‘ai|‘s I'imrl. S/tc'llt'l: (Yul/line series.
(Formerly (iallery 4i i. 4| Dundas Street. 557 456‘). Mon Fri |0.30am 5.30pm; Sat l0.30am 5pm.
Christmas Show t'ntil Mon 24 Dec. A range of paintings. jewellery. glass. bron/es. pottery and sculpture.
Mixed Exhibition Wed 2 Thu 3] Jan. A selection of contemporary paintings. jewellery and sculpture by gallery artists.
THE DEAN GALLERY Belford Road. 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon Sat 10am 5pm; Sun noon 5pm.
92 THE LIST 13 Dec 2200‘. 1%.Jao’2002
93 Beuys To Hirst: Art Works At Deutsche Bank t'ntil Sun 13 Jan. The Deutsche Bank has the largest inter- national contemporary art collection in the world. boasting around 50.000 works. This selection by (ierman and British artists. gets its first ['K showing in a pub- lic gallery. offering a taster of their impressive collection. Highlights include 'l‘ony (‘ragg's dice sculpture Sect-climax: works by (ierhard Richter including the large-scale Ji/Mll‘tlkll’S' Bili/ (Hurst): Damien llirst‘s \‘ulium; photography by Susan Derges. Bernd and llilla Becher. (‘atherine Yass and ('hristine Borland and recent acquisitions of works by ('harles Avery. Moyna l‘lannigan and Tim Stoner. See Hitlist.
Paolozzi: As Is When t'ntil Sun 10 Feb. liduardo Paoloui‘s important Pop print suite As Is ll'lmi 1964 65 which was inspired by an account of the life of philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein. goes on display.
l l (iaylield Square. 558 7| l0. 'l‘hu Sat
1 lam -6pm: Sun 2 5pm.
Ilana Halperin and Sally Osborn l'ntil Sun 13 Jan. New work by these two (ilasgow-based artists. llalperin 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. ()sborn draws on her research residency at (iri/edale Forest in (‘umbria. working in collage and drawing to explore the plant and animal worlds. See review.
THE DI ROLLO GALLERY
27 Queensferry Street. 220 -tl50.
Mon Sat 0.30am 5.30pm; Sun
Recent Acquisitions A (‘hristmas selection of the gallery's recent purchases.
8 Advocate's (Jose. 225 ()27 l. Daily
1 1.30am 5.30pm (closed Wed).
The New Wave Of Primitivism Dom is an arts project established in l‘)‘)6 by a group of international artists working in Scotland. Willi a constantly changing exhibition of artworks. the gallery houses sculpture. stained glass and paintings by artists who practise primitive art.
DUNDAS STREET GALLERY
6a Dundas Street. 558 9363. .‘yloanat l0am~6pm1 Sun noon 4pm
Jenny McIntosh t'ntil Sat 22 Dec. .\'ew paintings.
18a Dundas Street. 557 5227. Mon Fri
1 lam -5pm; Sat l0am~ lptn. Christmas Exhibition t'ntil Mon
3i Dec. An eclectic selection of paintings by gallery artists spread over two gallery spaces. See Art lidinburgh. Mixed Exhibition Thu 3 Thu 3l Jan. A selection of contemporary paintings by gallery artists.
23 L'nion Street. 557 247‘). Tue Sat 10am 6pm.
Small Prints For Christmas t'ntil Sat 22 Dec. A selling exhibition of small prints submitted by members of the Printmakers with it)“; of all sales going to Shelter. the charity for the homeless. The show features limited-edition fine art prints. etchings. lithographs. screenprints pltts jewellery and design. This year‘s special feature is the latest colour etchings and screenprints by Alan Davie.
THE ENGINE SHED CAFE
W St Leonard‘s Lane. 662 00-10. Mon-Thu l0.30am 3.30pm; l‘ri l0.30am2.30pm: Sat 10.30am 4pm. Felt The World l'ntil Fri 21 Dec. lielt pictures by Anna Shepherd.
FIFTY TWO DUBLIN STREET
52 Dublin Street. 557 2725. Mon Hi
I lam 5pm: Sat l lain 7-1pm.
Double Act tintil Mon 31 Dec. Paintings. drawings and prints by Alfons Bytautas and Brent Millar.
THE FILMHOUSE CAFE BAR
88 l.othian Road. 228 2688. Daily 10am~ 10pm.
Landscape l'ntil Sat 5 Jan. Paintings by Steve ('apper.
35 William Street. 225 2196. Tue Fri
1 lam-~5pm; Sat 1 lam 2pm. Christmas Show t'ntil Sat 22 Dec. A mixed show of Scottish landscapes including works by Andrew Walker. Rebecca (‘ollins. John l.owrie and Kieran Mcltmes.
Ne works by Beatrice Maleyre on show at the Institut Francais d’Ecosse
THE FOUR PLUS ONE GALLERY 2 Warrender Park Road. 667 5152.
Mon Sat l0am -6pm.
Scottish Craft Exhibition A wide variety of crafts and applied arts by up- and-coming craftmakers and designers working in Scotland.
9 West Port. 22| 0237. Daily
1 lam—7pm ( l lptn when special events are on).
We Are “NO l'ntil Sun 30 Dec. A collaboration with Basque artists Ala/.ne Berges and Benat lglesias featuring painting and drawing.
Jason McLean l’ri I47 Sun 30 Dec. An exhibition of drawings by multimedia Vancouver artist Jason McLean. taken from his new books Pal/t ()_flii)ll(/(’I‘ and Santa Barbara. Aunt .lmm And I-‘rnsly Sung In The Shower. NEW SHOW.
45 Market Street. 225 2383. Mon Sat
1 latn -6pm: Sun noon 5pm. GDalziel + Scullion t'ntil Sat l2 Jan. The creators of The Ham on the M8. Dundee-based duo Matthew Dal/.iel and l.ouise Scullion present a major new body of work featuring video installations. sculptural pieces and photographic works. (‘entred on Aberdeenshire and the glacial landscape of northern Scandinavia. they make comparisons between ancient and mod- ern ways of life. the urban and the rural. posing questions regarding life. nature and the ongoing creation of our envi- romnent. See liitlist.
46a Raeburn Place. 315 2603. Mon ~Sat l();ttti~5.3()pm.
Christmas Exhibition t'ntil Mon 24 Dec. Annual (‘hristnias exhibition including decorations from around the globe. unusual (‘hristmas gift ideas and
jewellery by British designers Julie
Lawrence. Sam l'bhi. Kate Smith. Jenny (iill and Karen Johnson. January Sale Thu 3-- Thu 31 Jan. Reductions on many items including
(iallery & Shop. 77 Dundas Street. 556 3l5‘). Mon Wed & Fri Sat l0am- 6pm; 'I‘hu 10am A 8pm.