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Final Show Tue 11 Jun. Video
go rammes by second year students. lmation Degree Show Wed
1 year. and to mark that occasion. the § gallery presents an exhibition of his 7 paintings. spanning his whole career. Highlights include Allegory. a three- 19 & Thu 20 Jun. Degree show films by ? Architectural and cityscapes of ; panel painting made in 1964; My Father students from the department of anima- i Edinburgh in gouache by Lynn Hanley. I and the bereaved One and Engima. tion at Edinburgh College of Art. American Minimalism Mon 10 Jun. 3 THE HUB I 12.45pm. Writer and lecturer Kirstie Castlehill. Royal Mile. 473 2000. Skinner gives a talk on American ' Mon-Sun 9.30am—10pm. minimalism. Elin Huws: Textiles and Frances Journey to the Suriace oi the Priest: Ceramics Until Sun 21 Jul. Earth: the Boyle Family Mon 17 Mclnnes Until Sat 29 Jun. Semi- An exhibition of woven textiles by Jun. 12.45pm. A talk by writer and abstract landscape paintings of Fife and I Edinburgh-based artist Elin Huws and lecturer Bill Hare. the west coast by husband and wife. John 3 bone china ceramics by Frances Priest. Lowrie and Kieran Mclnnes. NATIONAL GALLERY OF
FOREST ARTS 3 66 Cumberland Street. 558 9872. The Mound. 624 6200 (recorded
9 West Port. 221 0237. Daily 1 1am—7pm. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm; Sat 10am—4pm. information 332 2266). Mon—Sat
I need a hero! Until Wed 26 Jun. Post War British Printmaking 10am—5pm. Cafe (until 1 Sep). Lithoprints and screenprinted digital Until Wed 10 Jul. An exhibition of . Rosslyn: Country of Painter and images on fabric. styled into child-sized British post-war printmaking featuring Poet Until Sun 7 Jul. £3 (£2). The first military uniforms by Natasha Pestich-Lo. work by Robert Colquhoun. Ben ever exhibition devoted to the Midlothian a professor of fine art at Tylor School of Nicolson. Bridget Riley. Victor Pasmore countryside location of Rosslyn. famous Art. Temple University. Philadelphia. and Patrick Caulfield. for its remarkable 1446 chapel. castle and Emma and John Gale Until Sat 6 glen which has been the inspiration for
HANOVER FINE ARTS
22a Dundas Street. 556 2181. Tue—Fri 10.30am—6pm; Sat 10am—4pm. Lynn Hanley Until Sat 22 Jun.
photography and the exhibition features a number of original negatives that have been printed for the first time. See review and Hitlist.
O Scots in Film: Portraits by
Donald MacLellan Until Sun 13 Oct. Around 30 works by leading portrait photographer. Donald MacLellan whose first exhibition Black Power was shown I at the National Portrait Gallery in l - London in 1998. For this exhibition. MacLellan has turned his lens on l f Scottish film stars. snapping Robbie 1 ; Coltrane. Alan Cumming. Billy Connolly. Robert Carlyle. Dougray Scott ' and many others. I A Portrait of Ninewells Oncology Unit, Dundee by Ken ' Currie Wed 12 Jun. 12.45pm. Tom Normand from St Andrews University discusses Ken Currie's painting. Commissioning Contemporary Portraits Wed 19 Jun. 12.45pm. James Holloway from the National Portrait Gallery gives a talk.
35 William Street. 225 2196. Tue—Fri 11am—5pm; Sat 11am—2pm. 1 John Lowrie and K eran !
FOUNTAIN PARK LEISURE I Jul. Jewellery by Emma Gale and many artists and literary ﬁgures. The NDEBELE
COMPLEX porcelain bowls by John Gale. ! show features paintings. prints. drawings 57 Home Street. 221 1 141. Mon—Sun : Fountainpark. Dundee Street. 0870 902 and images of the exquisitely carved 10am—10pm. 0417. Daily 9am—midnight. INGLEBY GALLERY ‘Apprentice‘s Pillar‘. the focus of one of Gamma Dudjon Until Sun 30 Jun. 5 Window Dressing Fri 7—Fri 21 Jun. ? 6 Carlton Terrace. 556 4441. Wed—Sat the most enduring Masonic legends of Photography by Gemma Dudjon Housed in the walkway connecting ' 10am—5pm. Rosslyn. reflecting the nature and beauty of
Fountainpark‘s leisure complex to the ' artist Felim Egan returns to the Ingleby 6 Gallery with an exhibition of abstract
multi-screen cinema. an exhibition of work by Edinburgh College of Art’s third year tapestry students. The show features
0 Felim Egan Until Sat 8 Jun. Irish
0 Rubens: Drawing on ltaly Fri 14 Jun—Sun 1 Sep. £3 (£2). This major
exhibition explores the ways in which
Rubens studied. copied and adapted the
THE NEW STREET EXHIBITION
3 paintings and prints. inspired by the
landscape of his home in Sandymount
. Strand on the edge of Dublin Bay. See
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; James Hugonln Wed 19 Jun—Sat 20 Jul. Abstract paintings by internationally
14 New Street. 558 7604. Mon—Sat Ham—6.30pm. Until late on Bongo Club 1 ni hts. 2 Symbol Life Exhibition Fri 7—Wed f 26 Jun. Urban Art Official which
traditional textiles. multimedia and three dimensional works. NEW SHOW.
PRUITMARKET GALLERY 45 Market Street. 225 2383. Mon—Sat
i ' work of the Italian artists and brings 1 lam—5pm; Sun noon—5pm. } renowned Northumberland-based painter
together a range of material that the artist roduced there. See preview and Hitlist. ulldings in the Background:
the Romantic Ruin Fri 7 Jun.
12.45pm. Patsy Campbell from the ! promotes urban culture. presents this presence: New Works of James Hugonin. NEW SHOW. University of Edinburgh gives a talk. L exhibition of work featuring two of Contemporary Art from Buildings in the ackground: l Europe‘s best grafﬁti artists. Shok 1
INSTITUT FRANCAIS D’ECOSSE Edinburgh Topography Fri 14 Jun. I 13 Randolph Crescent. 225 5366. 12.45pm. Stana Nenadic from the ' photography by New York artist Olivia I Mon—Fri 9.30am—5.30pm; Sat University of Edinburgh gives a talk. ; Malone. NEW SHOW.
I 10am—lpm. i Signs Until Wed 31 Jul. A selection of NATIONAL LIBRARY OF i works by young French graphic I SCOTLAND ' designers. 1 George 1V Bridge. 226 4531. Mon—Sat
lOam—Spm; Sun 2—5pm. K JACKSON’S PUBLIC HOUSE This Book Belongs to Me Until 40—44 Lady Lawson Street. 228 4284.
1 Thu 31 Oct. Explore the exciting and Hampstead Achieved Until Fri 21 colourful world of children‘s books from Jun. Pool table watercolours by Los
the original 17th century Tom Thumb to
Angeles artist Edgar Bryan and a the latest Harry Potter blockbuster. collection of men‘s ‘artzines‘ from From Accession to Coronation . Scotland and London. Until Sat 3 Aug. A small display 1 documenting the events from the Queen‘s , accession on 6 Feb 1952. to the 1 coronation on 2 Jun 1953. through | newspapers. books and other materials.
NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY Queen Street. 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Cafe.
Portrait Miniatures from the Dumas Egerton Collection Until Sun 16 Jun. The second in a series of annual exhibitions exploring the world of '
Scotland Until Sat 8 Jun. Following on a (London) and Seak (Cologne) and from the success of the Fruitmarket Gallery‘s exhibition Evolution lsn 't Over Yet in 1999. presence shows the work of eleven of the freshest young talents based in Scotland today. Artists include Jennifer Beattie. Steven Duval. Alex Frost. Kevin Hutcheson. Andrew Kerr. Scott Myles. Michelle Naismith, Fred Pederson. Alex Pollard. Anna Ray and Keith Thompson. The Great Divide Sat 15 Jun—Sat 27 Jul. A group show of work by artists. designers. craftmakers and woodmakers whose work explores environmental issues. Featured artists include Thomas Joshua Cooper. Alison Hayes and Alex 3 Hamilton. NEW SHOW. 1 LEITH GALLERY 1 65 The Shore. Leith. 553 5255. Tue—Fri 1 lam—5pm; Sat 1 1am—4pm.
Open to Interpretation Until Sat ' 15 Jun. Still life paintings by Lisa Smith and landscapes ranging from Wester Ross to Andalucia by Georgie Young. Mixed Exhibition Until Sat 15 Jun. Sculpture by Angela Hunter. jewellery by Holly Belsher and a solo exhibition of paintings by Daisy Richardson.
genetically supennodiiied lor Increased creativity
fife college art, design and craft private view
46a Raebum Place. 315 2603. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm.
Spring Exhibition Until 29 Jun. A spring collection of new jewellery plus Chinese and South East Asian furniture.
GALLERY 21 21 Rutland Square. 221 9377. Viewing by appointment 0131 221 9377 and all day
Friday) MERZ the portrait miniature drawn from one of I Knew That Before Until Fri 28 87 Broughton Street. 552 8778. Wed—Sat the most comprehensive private 7 Jun. Drawings and paintings by Ettie noon—6 m. ? collections in the world. Over 70 works
genetically aupermodliled tor increased creativity
Spencer inspired by the natural
Mixed Exhibition This new gallery have been selected from the 500 strong
environment. on Broughton Street. set up by the former collection revealing the skill of this 5 ﬁfe colleges: owner of the Bellevue Gallery. Callum delicate artform. Divided into two pans. art design and craft Show GOLD Buchanan. features a changing selection the first section looks at the different dat'e . thursday 5th june 2002
Gallery & Shop. 77 Dundas Street. 556 3159. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm; Sat lOam-S m.
of paintings by 20th artists.
Mixed Exhibition Until Wed 12 Jun. 10 Colinton Road. 455 2678. Sat
Danish applied arts and abstract paintings 10am—4 m; Mon—Wed 10am—4pm.
from France. ltaly and the UK. ‘ 0 Des gn Degree Show 2002 Sat First Anniversary Exhibition Fri 8 Jun. Mon 10—Wed 12 Jun. The final
14 Jun—Wed 24 Jul. The gallery year shows of graduating students from celebrates its first birthday with an industrial design. design futures and inte- exhibition of work by new and regular rior architecture programmes. See feature exhibitors including Natalie Gerad. Jo and Hitlist. NEW SHOW.
Brown. Liz McCarthy. Steve Whitford
and Helen Johnson. NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART
GOLDEN SHOP Belford Road. 624 6200 (recorded
109 High Street. 624 2777. Mon—Sat information 332 2266). Mon—Sat
10am—5.30pm; Sun noon—5pm. 10am—5 m. Cafe.
Arte Gras at Golden: John llany at Sixty Until Sun 23
Transcendent Paintings Until Sat Jun. Port Seaton-bom artist John Bellany
8 Jun. Paintings. Part ofArte Gras. celebrates his 60th birthday later this
working methods of the artists while part two examines the differing traditions of
: time : 4—7pm Scottish. lrish and English miniaturists as l
location : oriel design school, oriel road, kirkcaldy [ one minute north of kirkcaldy train station ]
well as the contributions from France. Switzerland and the Low Countries. 0 Facing the Light: David admin” "I" ﬁnd “Ob.” thereafter public access : Adamson Until Sun 15 Sep. The focal ; mon-fm‘ 9.00-500
point of a series of exhibitions celebrat- 1 E .3. 39.5 3.; _ . , we; ing the bicentenary of DO Hill. For the ‘ 2 Festival. organised by Scottish Society 1 I for the History of Photography. Facing The Light features 200 of Hill and Adamson‘s most famous images drawn from the Scottish National Photography Collection. held at the Portrait Gallery.
The Perth-born artist and illustrator
David Octavius Hill (1802—1870) and Robert Adamson (1821—1848) were the first to realise the artistic possibilities of t » D
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6—20 Jun 2002 THE LIST 8’