approaches to photography and landscape. See Hitlist.
INSTITUT FRANCAIS D’ECOSSE 13 Randolph Crescent. 225 5366. Mon-Sat 9.30am—l0pm.
Des Europeens A Paris Tue 5 Feb—Tue 5 Mar. Twelve French photographers explore how European (‘ommunity countries have inﬂuenced the French capital city. NEW SHOW.
65 The Shore. l.eith. 553 5255. Tue—Fri
l lam—5pm; Sat 1 lam-4pm.
New Faces 2002 t'ntil Sat 9 Feb. The I.eith Gallery's annual showcase of the work of over 30 new graduates from the fottr Scottish art colleges featuring painting. sculpture. jewellery. glass and ceramics. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
87 Broughton Street. 558 8778. Tue—Sat
Mixed Exhibition This new gallery on Broughton Street. set up by the fortner owner of the Bellevtte Gallery. (‘allum Buchanan. features a range of paintings by 2()th artists. The selection includes an early work by Jenny Saville. plus works by Steven Hood. Geoffrey Roper. June Redfern. Henry Kondracki. Alexander Goudie. John Bellany. Kate Downie. Jack Knox and Brent Miller.
Head of E.. by a Auc n h'w National Gallery Of Modern Art
Marchmont Gallery. Marchmont Campus, 61 Marchmont Road. 455 5203. Mon—Fri 9am-4pm.
77th RSA Student Design Awards National Touring Exhibition Mon
l l—Fri 22 Feb. A chance to see the winning entries of this premier student design competition which highlights the best of British design including fashion. furniture. design. graphics. engineering. animation and packaging. NEW SHOW.
NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART
Belford Road. 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon—Sat
l()am -5pm; Sttn noon—5pm. Cafe. Hmmm . . . David Shrigley’s Selection From The Permanent Collection L'tttil Sun 24 Feb. Artist David Shrigley selects his favourite works
from the permanent collection which include Marcel Dttchamp‘s ll'kltlge ()f (‘hustity and an early portrait by Scottish ('olourist SJ. Peploe. The displays includes a selection of Shrigley‘s own work.
Wilhelmina Barns-Graham L'ntil Sun 17 Mar. To coincide with the launch of the first book on the artist. a special display of paintings and drawings by St Andrew's-born artist Wilhelmina Barns- Graham.
$ Frank Auerbach Sat 2 Feb-Sun 12 May. Highlights frotn the critically acclaimed retrospective by Frank Auerbach. held recently at the Royal Acadetny of Arts in London. featuring fourteen paintings dating frorn the mid- 1950s to recently completed works. The German-born artist who left his native Berlin for England in 1939 is renowned for his use of heavy oil paint which is scraped and daubed onto the picture sur- face. Auerbach repeatedly repaints the same composition over several months or even years until he is satisfied that he has produced a ‘true expression' of his sub- ject. See Hitlist. NEW SHOW.
New Faces: James Cowie Mon 4 Feb. 12.45pm. Duncan Macmillan. curator of Talbot Rice Gallery gives a talk on the work James C owie.
New Faces: William McCance Mon 1 1 Feb. 12.45pm. Robin Baillie from the National Galleries of Scotland discusses the work of William McCance.
NATIONAL GALLERY OF SCOTLAND
The Mound. 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon—Sat l()am—5pm; Sun noon-5pm.
From The Madonna To The Moulin Rouge: Recently Acquired Drawings tintil Thu 31 Jan. A display of over 40 drawings and watercolours recently acquired by the National Galleries. ranging from devotional images of the Madonna to spontaneous sketches of the Parisian music hall. the Moulin Rouge. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
The Vaughan Bequest Of Turner Watercolours L'ntil Thu 3t Jan. The annual airing of Turner's magnificent watercolours bequeathed in 1900 by the London art collector Henry Vaughan. The 38 works dating from throughout Turner‘s
career. are otin ever shown in the tnonth of January when daylight is at its weakest. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
Virgins, Venuses And Gold, Gold Stones: Part No Fri 1 Feb. 12.45pm. Lecturer Matthew Wellard gives a talk. New Faces: Van Dyck Fri 8 Feb. 12.45pm. Tom Normand. senior lecturer at St Andrews lfniversity discusses the work of Van [)yck.
NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY Queen Street. 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon Sat l()am—5pm; Sun noon—5pm. Cafe. Free. Larry Towell: The Mennonites L'ntil Sun 3 Feb. The first L'K showing of work by (‘anadian Magnum photographer Larry Towel]. The 50 photographs on display document the lives of the Mennonites. a non-conformist religious sect based in rural (‘anadian and Mexican colonies. Towell worked with the community throughout the 1990s. and this photographic essay provides a sympathetic account of this insular society. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
A Tribute To Edwin Morgan t'ntil Sttn 3 Feb. Scottish artists Rort O’Donnell and Steven (‘ampbell pay tribute to Glasgow‘s Poet Laureate lidwin Morgan. A selection of images by each artist including portraits of Morgan. are combined to create an all-round tribute to the writer. his life and his works. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
Great Houses Of Scotland t'ntil Sttn 2] Apr. Treasures frotn seven Scottish houses Ballindalloch. Blair. I)unrobin. Glamis. Scone. Thirlestane and 'l't'aquair are on display. featuring paintings. antiques and family mementocs. Highlights include David Wilkie‘s 'I‘lu' lilluge Politicians. letters written by Rob Roy MacGregor. l8th century wall embroideries and Jacobite memorabilia. New Faces: Asymmetrical Portraits, Arikha And Heron Wed 6 Feb. 12.45pm. Martin llamtner. a lecturer at the t7niversity of Edinburgh gives a talk.
New Faces: William Johnstone Wed 13 Feb. l2.45pm. Tom Normand. a senior lecturer at St Andrews l'niversity discusses the work of Williattt Johnstone.
NETHERBOW ARTS CENTRE 43-45 High Street. 556 957‘). Mon ~ Sat l()am—4.30pm.
Capturing The Bass Rock Fri 1 Feb-Sat 2 Mar. Paintings by artist and writer (‘hristine (tow.
Artist Talk Sat 9 Feb. 2.30pm. £3. Artist and writer (‘hristine ('row gives a reading and introduces her exhibition of paintings. depicting the Bass Rock.
NEW-CONTEMPORARY-ART.COM ()n-line gallery. www.new-contemporary- art.com
Miniatures One The opening exhibition for this new on-line gallery which showcases the work of tip-and- corning artists from Glasgow and Edinburgh with all works available to buy.
THE NEW STREET EXHIBITION SPACE
14 New Street. 558 7604. Mon—Sat
l lam—6.30pm. L'ntil late on Bongo Club nights.
Arthur’s Seat - Exploring Place L'ntil Sat 9 Feb. This three-venue exhibition is the culmination of the first ever residency at Arthur's Seat which explored how people see and experience the place now. (‘urated by Anne-Marie (‘ulhane. the show encompasses performance. text. sculpture. poetry. sound work. print. film and painting by local and national artists who responded directly with this site. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
OPEN EYE GALLERY
75» 7‘) (‘umberland Street. 557 l020. Mon~Fri l()am 6pm: Sat l()am 4pm. Robert Austin 1895-1973 t'ntil Wed 13 Feb. litchings and engravings by Robert Austin.
From Out Of The Shadow - Angus McEwan t'ntil Wed l3 Feb. Paintings by Angus Mcliwan.
Mixed Craft Exhibition t'ntil Wed 13 Feb. A selection of crafts including works by Jeretny Jones and John Maltby.
Gillian Newton l'ntil Wed 6 Mar. Recent jewellery.
l7 l‘) Barclay Place. 477 2933. Tue—Sat l0.30am~6.30ptn.
Mixed Exhibition A changing selection of paintings including reproduction art — Van (iogh. Dali. Monet. Kandinsky. Miro — originals and work by up-and-coming local artists.
(WASPS) Patriothall Studios. off-18 Hamilton Place. 225 I289.
Reﬂections From The Floating World l’ntil Sat 2 Feb (open Wed. Fri 8; Sat noon 6pm; Thu 2 8pm). Ten artists of British and Japanese origin who currently live and work in the [K are brought together for this grottp show which explores the divides. crossovers and dialogue between the two cultures. l-‘eatured artists include Tom Barnett. Lisa Kirton. Satomi Matoba and Makoto Moritnura. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
Inside Out Sat 9 Sun 17 Feb (open daily noon 6pm). Oil paintings by Vera (‘oghill inclttding landscapes of Provence and portraiture. NEW SHOW.
25 Marchtrtont ('rescent. 22‘) 2063. Mon-Fri 9am 5.30pm; Sat l()am -2pm. Mixed Exhibition A photographic gallery and framing workshop featttring a range of fratned tnounted images with space for local photographers to show their work.
PLAISIR DU CHOCOLAT
25l 253 (‘anongate. 556 9524.
Louis DeCarlo t'ntil Thu 3) Jan. Louis l)e('arlo's black and white photographic portraits of the people of Kashmir and the '/.anskar range of mountains in I.adakh. takett between l‘)‘)2 to I‘)‘)7. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
THE QUEEN’S HALL
(‘lerk Street. 667 7776. Mon Sat
Charlotte Reader t‘ntil Mon 25 Feb. limploying a range of materials. wall hangings. pictures and three-dimensional works by ('harlottc Reader. inspired by organic forms.
THE REYNOLDS GALLERY
6.3 Dublin Street. 557 0480. Tue-Sat
l latn -5ptn.
Mixed Exhibition l'ntil Thu 3| Jan. An exhibition of paintings including works by Lorna Fraser. Gilbert McManus. Michelle Knight. Jonathan Shearer. Louisa Tebutt attd Janet Melrose. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
RIAS GALLERY l5 Rtttland Sqttare. 22‘) 7545. Mon—Fri 9am—5pm; Sat l()am—4pm.
Essence Of Space t'ntil Fri 1 Mar. Glasgow-based photographer Daisy Dylan Watson explores architecture. space and the built environment in this exhibition of photographs.
ROYAL BOTANIC GARDEN lnverleith Row. 552 7|7l.
G Hellen van Meene - Japan Series l'ntil Sttn 10 Mar (lnverleith House: The Sun l0.30am 3.30pm). Dutch photographer llellen van Meene has her first exhibition in Scotland. Winner of the Prestigious ('harlotte Kohler Pri/e for the most promising artist itt Holland and short- listed for the 200| ('itibank Photography Pri/e. llellen van Meene photographs young adolescent girls on the verge of womanhood. The exhibition features the Japan Series. portraits of Japanese girls which were shown at this year‘s \‘enice Bienttale. See review and Hitlist.
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