coincide with the artist‘s 70th birthday. and features 20 large paintings produced over the last two decades. Eduardo Paolozzi: Bunk! l'ntil Sun 2‘) Sep. Paolo/.li's suite of prints based on the images used in his lecture Bunk! at the 1(‘A. London in 1952 which celebrated popular culture.

A Library for a Justified Sinner Until Sun 8 Sep. A display highlighting the work of a nutnber of artists who have etnphasised the social and political content of their work.

Marcel Duchamp Sat 1-1 Sep- Sun 10 Nov. A display highlighting one of the tnost influential artists of the 21st century. Marcel Duchamp. featuring his Barre-errrulis‘e. a leather case containing 6‘) reproductions of his works. NEW SHOW.


18a Dundas Street. 557 5227. Mon Sat 10am 5.30pm.

The Colour of the Land t'ntil Sat 7 Sep. An exhibition of paintings by Judith Bridgland. in this new branch of the hi Rollo (iallery.


l l (iay'fteld Square. 558 71 10. Thu Sat 1 lain -(ipm or by appointment.

0 Moyna Flannigan: I’m a Stranger Here Myself t'ntil Sat 28 Sep. New oils and watercolours of

fictional individuals made specifically for

the show by lidinburgh artist .\loyna l’lannigan. Without the use of sitters or photographs. Flannigan creates intriguing portraits tnade from tnemory.


8 Advocate's ('lose. 225 9271. Daily

1 1.30am 5.30pm (closed Wed).

The New Wave of Primitivism 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 liouses sculpture. stained glass and paintings by artists who practise primitive art.

EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART l.auriston Place. 221 (i000. l)aily

10am 5pm.

Dialog 2 l'ntil Sun 8 Sep. li('A‘s l-‘estival show is the second part of an e\change with BWA Aw angarda in Wroclaw. The work of eight contemporary Polish artists is presented. encompassing site-specific installations. sculpture. poetry. painting. drawing and performance. 1ASl CHANCE TO Slit;

Homage to Hill & Adamson l'nlil Sun S Sep. To coincide with the bicentenary celebrations of the birth of David ()ctavius llill. an exhibition of work by staff and students from lidinburgh ('ollege of Art and Napier l'niversity as they explore the impact of Hill and Adamson's work.


20a l)undas Street. 557 5002. Mon l’ri 10am 5pm; Sat 10am lpm.

Festival II Exhibition t'ntil Tue 10 Sep. A festival selection of paintings including works by Peter McNiven. Wilma Dunbar. Andrew l-‘it/patrick. (ieoffrey Roper. Josephine (irahatn and Sheila Macmillan.

Jacqueline Marr Sat 14 Sep 'I‘ue l ()ct. A solo show of new figurative paintings by Jacqueline .\larr. NEW SHOW.


2.3 l'nion Street. 557 247‘). Tue Sat 10am (ipm.

Polnische Grafik t‘ntil Sat 14 Sep. (iraphic images e\ploring traditional and innovative printmaking techniques as part of the liestival of Polish Art. lASl CHANCE TO SEE.

the exhibition of a lifetime

Chambers Street. Edinburgh Telephone 0131 2/47 111/19. WWWJ1111‘).§1(,.Ui‘ 1.4/1.3


25 Hawthornvale. 551 4490. Mon t-‘n 10am 5pm.

Sandra Walie .\ton to Hi 20 Monumental sculpture in wood ant drawings by artist—in-residence Sandra Walle. an artist frotn the south west o1 l‘t‘ance.


('orstorphine Road. 334 9171. Daily 0am 5pm.

African Animals l’ntil Sun 8 Sep. Sculpture. paintings and sketches of the zoo's inhabitants by artist-in-residence Susan ()‘Byrnc.


()lti Assembly (‘ltisLX High Street (behind l-‘ringe Office). 557 2280. Mon Sun noon opin.

Making Waves t'ntil Mon 16 Sep. Furniture maker .\lichaela lluber and photographer John Reiach explore the theme of change in nature. LAST CHANCF TO SH.


SS l.othian Road. 228 2683. .\lon Stilt 10am 10pm.

Owen Claxton t'ntil Sat 23 Sep. Paintings and drawings.


35 Williatn Street. 225 21W). 'l‘ue l5ri llatn 5pm: Sat llatn 2pm. Andrew Walker t'ntil Sat 7 Sep. New paintings from Scotland and France b} Andrew Walker. LA81 CHANCE TO 811.


‘) West Port. 221 0237. Daily

noon 7pm.

Developing Limbs l‘ntil Tue 24 Sep. Sculpture. video. installation.

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music and travel combine in this installation of work by eight artists of different backgrounds. The culmination of a two‘month residency at Forest. artists .nclutie \likcl ls'rummins. Aaron .\lct ".1 whey. .\lilt‘ ls'titltct‘ford. Fiona Scioggi. 'lcssa Smith. lirica Stanga. Alun lhomas and Mary 'l'roddcn.

FRUITMARKET GALLERY 15 .\larket Street. 225 2383. .\loti~Sat 11am 5.30pm; Sun noon -5pm. Hiroshi Sugimoto - the Architecture of Time t'ntil Sat 21 Sep. L3 tL'l.50i. .\ two-venue exhibition presenting the work of the internationally acclaimed Japanese photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto. Based in .\cw York. and known for this photographic series of empty movie theatres. museum dioramas and waxworks. Sugimoto turns his lens to icons of 20th century architecture in .l/t‘x'zrft (it'll-(W t I‘M"— ): the World's oceans in .Sr'tih‘tl/h'fi l 1090-). (on show at Stills; and /’r/:t'!I‘t't'_v (20021. a one-off production Used for a .\'oh theatre piece. Sec iiiliisl.


40a Racbut‘n Place. 315 2603. Mon Sat 10am 5.30pm.

A Pantheon of Gods and Jewellery of the World t'ntil Sun 15 Sep. International jewellery e\hibition plus a complete set of rare (‘liinese 'l‘aoist paintings of the Pantheon of (iods. (‘hinese furniture and artefacts.

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