Art listings

Edinburgh Galleries continued


2 Market Street. 529 3993. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm.

Pasta: Italian Culture on a Plate Until Sat 7 Dec. Pasta. pasta. we can‘t get enough. And here' s where it all began. An exhibition looking at the history of Italy‘s rtational staple and the rather cool packaging that went with it. Joan Eardley: Paintings and Drawings Until Sat 22 Feb. Paintings and drawings by Joan Eardley. drawn from the (‘AC's permanent collection. The selection features her familiar portraits of Glasgow children. land and seascapes inspired by the fishing village of (‘atterline where she lived in later life. Toil: Images of Rural and Urban Working Life Until Sat 22 Feb. An exhibition of works refiecting aspects of the rural way of life and traditional urban industries featuring Robert McGregor. Sir James Wingate. Ken Currie. Peter Howson and Kate Downie.

Recent Acquisitions Until Sat 22 Feb. The (‘AC displays its most recent acquisitions including paintings by (‘allum lnnes. drawings by Chad McCail. photographs by Nathan Coley and a paper cut-out by Jonathan ()wen. Weaving Stories Until Sat 11 Jan. A touring exhibition of contemporary woven forms by ten innovative tnakers from the UK. featuring examples of basket—making. jewellery and three- dimensional structures.

To Bear the Bright Ti’adition Back L'ntil Sat 15 Feb. An exhibition commemorating the arrival of the first students at the Scots College in Rome in 1602.

104 Pairs of Shoes Until Fri 29 Nov. Organised by the YWCA Scotland. this poignant touring exhibition highlights the issues of domestic abuse and violence against women featuring I04 pairs of shoes which have been donated by prominent women in Scotland. representing the number of woman killed in a year.

Martin Fengel Sat 7 Dec—Sat 22 Feb. An exhibition of photographs by German photographer Martin Fengel as part of art on-going exchange between the twin cities of Edinburgh and Munich. NEW SHOW.


22—28 (‘ockburn Street. 220 I260. Tue—Sun l lam—5pm.

New Work Scotland Programme 9 L'ntil Sun 8 Dec. The Collective Gallery continues its annual showcase of new talent with the work of Maurice Doherty and Mary Ann Tuckerman. ln Doherty‘s piece. the sound of gas escaping fills the gallery as the viewer is presented with a gas cooker and precarious-looking candle. Tuckerman meanwhile. shows a series of sculptural and video pieces. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.

Pat Flynn Until Sun 8 Dec. Large- scale super-real images tnade on a 31) computer package by Pat Flynn which recreates a retail park in West Manchester.


41 Dundas Street. 557 4569. Mon—Fri I().30am—5.30pm: Sat 10.30am—5pm. Christmas Show Until Tue 24 Dec. A festive selection of paintings by gallery artists plus sculpture. wood. jewellery. pottery and glass.


at Marie Curie House. 29 Albany Street. 478 7050. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Moving Energies Until Thu 28 Nov. A collaborative exhibition of work by Barbara Berkowitz and Robert Kenny Smith inspired by movement in dance and nature.


Belford Road. 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun noon—5pm.

A Maverick Eye: The Photography of John Deakin Until Sun 12 Jan. £3 (£2). John Deakin is perhaps not a familiar name in the world of photography. but he is a very important one. Deakin ( 1912-1972) worked for British Vogue in the late 40s and early 50s photographing celebrities. models and his artist and poet friends in London‘s Soho. In his stark portraits. he made no concessions to vanity but in his street scenes of ordinary people. he was more sympathetic. This exhibition of portraits. street scenes and images rescued from the floor of Francis Bacon's studio. has been selected by former Vogue picture editor. Robin Muir. who has also written two books on the subject.

40,000 Years of Modern Art and Histories of the Tribal and Modern Mon 2 Dec. 12.45pm. Logan Sisley gives a talk.

Christmas Shopping Evenings Thu 28 Nov. 5—8pm. Your chance to get 20% off original gifts at the National Galleries‘ shops. ranging from books. jewellery. bags. catalogues and tnuch more. See (‘hristmas Shopping Guide page 95.


18a Dundas Street. 557 5227. Mon——-Sat l()am—5.30pm.

Coastline Colours Until Sat 30 Nov. Recent paintings by Helensburgh artist. Mary Batchclor.


l l Gayfield Square. 558 7] l0. Wed—Sat l lam—6pm.

Charles Avery Until Sat 21 Dec. Born on the Isle of Mull but now based in Rome. (‘harles Avery gets his first solo show in Scotland. Exploring ideas surrounding truth and knowledge.



continues until end of January '03

"Scottish Colourists", plus Margaret Morris, Paterson, Eardley, McCance, Maclauchlan Milne, Vaughan, Redpath and many others

143 West Regent St., Glasgow 62 2RQ t. 0141 221 3095 Mon-Sat 9.30am-5.30pm

Supported by Glasgow

City (Ouncd, sponsored

by SCOIWOlk ) \‘ 31 l Negotiating Skills ' H i m \

ficomposs gallery

The Christmas Exhibition

continues until end of January '03 hundreds of paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures and ceramics by British artists

178 West Regent St., Glasgow 62 4RL t. 0141 221 6370 Mon-Sat loam-5.30pm

82 THE LIST 28 Nov—12 Dec 2002

Avery presents a series of new drawings of people sourced frotn his imagination and a sculptural piece entitled The Seven Bil/inn Sided Hire in which nine equilateral triangle-shaped units are joined together to forth a super triangle.

DOM 8 Advocate's Close. 225 9271. Daily

1 l.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 houses sculpture. stained glass and paintings by artists who practise primitive an.

DUNDAS STREET GALLERY 6a Dundas Street. 558 9363. Mon—Sat 10am—6pm.

Robert lnnes Mon 2—Fri 13 Dec. New paintings.


Lauriston Place. 22] 6000. Mon—Thu 10am—8pm; Fri—Sun l()am—-5pm. Masters of Design 2002 Thu 5—Wed l l Dec. A wide ranging exhibition by graduates specialising in film & TV. glass. graphic design. illustration. interior design. photography and textiles. NEW SHOW.


20a Dundas Street. 557 5002. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sat 10am— 1 pm. Christmas Exhibition Sat 30

Nov—Tue 31 Dec. A festive selection of

paintings by all gallery artists. NEW SHOW.

EDINBURGH PRINTMAKERS 23 Union Street. 557 2479. Tue—Sat 10am—6pm.

Members Christmas Exhibition Until Sun 19 Jan. An exhibition of prints by artist members including etchings. screenprints. relief prints and monoprint styles.


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

Lorna McIntosh Until Wed ll Dee. Drawing and paintings created in Poland. Hungary. Slovakia and the Czech Republic by Lorna McIntosh. winner of the Alastair Salvesen Scholarship 2002 award. in association with the Royal Scottish Academy.


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

Moving Shadows Until Sat 30 Nov. Brian Hartley and Dotninic Travers collaborate in a series of digital images which combine photography with hand-drawn imagery. The works study the body in motion drawn from contemporary theatre. dance and street sports.

The Light and the Land Sat 30 Nov—Sat 4 Jan. Scottish. Australian and New Zealand photography by Bruce Percy. NEW SHOW.


35 William Street. 225 2196. Tue—Fri l lam—5pm; Sat 1 lam—2pm. Adventures in Colour and Form Fri 29 Nov—Sat 21 Dec. A selection of later works in oil. mixed media and prints by the Edinburgh- born artist Colin Thorns ( 1912—1997). NEW SHOW.


9 West Port. 221 0237. Daily noon-7pm.

Eluminate Until Sun 5 Jan. A series of artist slides. fabricated slides and projecting experiments. shown on purpose-built screens. windows and corners in the gallery space.


45 Market Street. 225 2383. Mon—Sat l lam—5.30pm; Sun noon—5pm.

O Visions for the Future IV: Graham Fagen and Victoria Morton Sat 30 Nov—Sat l 1 Jan. The fourth instalment of the Fruitmarket Gallery's Visions/or fhe Future programme. features newly commissioned work by two Glasgow- based artists. Graham Fagen works with video. photography and installation to explore contemporary identity and Victoria Morton presents a series of new paintings and a sound installation. See preview. NEW SHOW.


46a Raeburn Place. 315 2603. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm. Christmas Exhibition Until Tue 24 Dec. A new autumn/winter collection of jewellery by international designers. plus unique (‘hristmas decorations and gifts from around the world.


19—21 George Street. 225 I251. Mon-Sun 10am--7pm.

Braveh’Art Gallery Exhibition Fri 29 Nov—Thu 12 Dee. New Edinburgh gallery. Braveh'Art present the first in a series of exhibitions which aims to show work by new artists in accessible surroundings. First up is London artist. Gillian Burrows. who has for the first time. produced a series

' of Scottish paintings including

landscapes of the (‘airngorms and Scotland's coastline. NEW SHOW.


Gallery & Shop. 77 Dundas Street. 556 3159. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm; Sat 10am—5pm.

24 Carat Gold Until Tue 3 Dec. A group show of Scottish landscape painting. applied arts and design-led interior products featuring work by Alan MacDonald. Paul Webster Thompson. Helen Kennedy. Marion Thompson and Euan McGregor.


22a Dundas Street. 556 2181. Mon-Fri l lam—6pm; Sat 10.30am—4pm. ()pen Sun 8 Dec. l—-5pm. (‘losed 25 8; 26 Dec. and l—20 Jan.

Small Pictures for Christmas Until Sat 1 Feb. Annual festive show displaying a wide range of smaller. more affordable works by over 50 artists from Scotland and abroad. Plus prints. ceramics. glass. bronze. sculpture. jewellery. silk scarves. wooden boxes and Russian craftwork.


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

Joanna Kinnersly-Taylor:

Textiles Fri 29 Nov~Sun 12 Jan.

Printed textiles by Glasgow-based artist Joanna Kinnersly-Taylor. NEW SHOW.


66 Cumberland Street. 558 9872. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm; Sat l()am-~4pm. General Dynamic F.U.N - Eduardo Paolozzi Sat 30 Nov—Tue 24 Dec. An exhibition of prints by Eduardo Paolozzi dating from 1967 to 1974 and including works from the series ('uleium Light Night. .Wmmsrrips Empire News. General Dynamic If ( '..\'

and Bunk. NEW SHOW.


6 (‘arlton Terrace. 556 444 l. Wed —Sat l()am~5pm.

Eduardo Chillida t'ntil Sat 2| Dec. Born in the Basque region of San Sebastian. Eduardo Chillida. who died in August this year. began as an architect before turning to sculpture in I947. Famed for his monumental metal sculptures. (‘hillida also made