iii Rome. (‘harles Avery gets his first solo show in Scotlattd. lixploring ideas

surrounding truth and know ledge. Avery

presents a series of new drawings of people sourced frotn his imagination and a sculptural piece entitled The .Sr’t'r'lt Bil/inn Sir/ml Ult‘t' in which nine equilateral triangle—shaped tittits are joined togetlter to fortn a super triangle. See review.


8 Advocatc‘s (‘lose. 335 9371. Daily

1 1.30am 5.30pm (closed Wed).

The New Wave of Primitivism horn is an arts project established in 1996 by a grotip of ittternational artists workittg in Scotland. With a constantly changing exhibition of artworks. the gallery houses sculpture. stained glass and paintings by artists who practise primitive art.


6a l)undas Street. 558 9363. Mon Sat 10am 6pm.

Robert Innes t'ntil l’ri I3 l)cc. New paintings.


30a l)undas Street. 557 5003. Mon liri 10am 5pm; Sat 10am lptn. Christmas Exhibition t'ntil Tue 31 Dec. A festive selection of paintings by all gallery artists.


33 l'nion Street. 557 3479. Tue Sat 10am 6pm.

The Christmas Exhibition t‘ntit Sat 31 l)cc. An exhibition of prints by artist members inclttding etchings. screenprints. relief prints and monoprittt styles. Artists include John Bellany. Alan Davie. liduat'do Paolo/Ii. Kate Dow nie. l’hil llt'aham attd Jenny Smith.


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Diffraction of Imagination Sat 14 Dec Sat 1 1 Jan. Mixed tnedia works by Naomi llare.


88 l.othian Road. 338 3688. Daily 10am 10pm.

The Light and the Land t‘ntil Sat 4 Jan. Scottish. Attstt'alian and New '/.ealand pltotography by Bruce Percy.


35 William Street. 335 3196. Tue liri llatn 5pm; Sat 11am 3pm. Adventures in Colour and Form t’ntil Sat 21 Dec. A selection of later works in oil. mixed media and prints by the lidinbttrgh-lmrn artist (‘olin'l’homs (1913 19971.


9 West Port. 331 0337. Daily

noon 7pm.

Eluminate l‘ntil Stm 5 Jan. A series of artist slides. fabricated slides and projecting experiments. shown on purpose-built screens. windows and corners iii the gallery space.


45 Market Street. 335 3383. Mon Sat 1 latn 5.30pm: Sun noon 5pm. Visions for the Future IV: Graham Fagen and Victoria Morton l'ntil Sat 1 1 Jan. 1110 fourth instalment of the l‘ruitmarket Gallery's lis/‘um f0!" the Future programme. features newly commissioned work by two Glasgow-based artists. Graham 1‘agen works with video. photography and installation to explore contemporary identity and Victoria Morton presents a series of new paintings and a sound installation. Artist’s Talk: Victoria Morton Wed 18 l)cc. 6.15pm. \‘ictoria Morton talks about her new work in the exhibition arid the accompanying publication.


46a Raeburn Place. 315 3603. Mon Sat 10am 5.30pm.

Christmas Exhibition t'nttl Tue 34 Dec. A new autumn/winter collection of jewellery by international designers. plus unique (‘hristmas decorations and gifts from around the world.


19 31 (ieorge Street. 33.5 1351.

Mon Sun 10am» 7pm.

Braveh’Art Gallery Exhibition l'ntil Thu 13 Dec. .\'ew lidinburgh gallery. Bray eh'Art presents 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.


Gallery & Shop. 77 l)undas Street. 556 3159. Mon l‘ri 10am 6pm; Sat

10am 5pm.

Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh l'ntil [iii 10 Jan. A festive selection of work including hand-crafted (‘hristmas c‘ztt'ds. lifestyle books. candle towers. and line and applied arts. There are also paintings by Frank Bentley. Annette lidgar. Moira .‘ylaitland. ('lat'e Blois and many others and a selection of jewellery.


33a l)undas Street. 556 3181. Mon liri llatn 6pm; Sat 10.30am 4pm. ()pen Sun S l)cc. 1 5pm. (‘1osed 3.5 & 36 l)cc. and l 30 Jan.

Small Pictures for Christmas l'ntil Sat 1 l-‘eb. Anttual festive show displaying a wide range of smaller. more affordable works by ov et' 50 artists from Scotland aitd abroad. Plus prints. ceramics. glass. bronze. sculpture. jc‘WellL't'}. sills scarves. wooden boxes and Russian craftwork.


(‘astlehilL Royal .\li1e.473 3000. Daily 9.30am 10pm.

Joanna Kinnerst-Taylor: Textiles l’ntil Sttn l3 Jatt. Printed textiles by Glasgow-based artist Joanna Kinnersly-'I‘aylor.


66 (’umberland Street. 558 9873. Mon l’ri 10am 6pm; Sat 10am 4pm. General Dynamic FUN - Eduardo Paolozzi t‘ntil Tue 24 l)cc. An exhibition of prints by liduardo Paolo/Ii dating from 1967 to 1974 and including works from the series ('u/t'ium Lie/II Nielil. .llnmisIri/is Empire News. General Dvmum't‘ I"! '.\' and [fun/t.


6 (‘arlton 'l'errace. 556 4441. Wed Sat 10am 5pm.

0 Eduardo Chillida t'ntil Sat 21 l)cc. Born in tlte Basque region of San Sebastian. liduardo (‘hillida. who died in Atigtist this year. began as an architect before turning to sculpture in 1947. Famed for his tnonumental tttetal sculptures. ('hillida also made paperworks. This exhibition of prints and works on paper celebrates the work he made over the last 35 years. See review.

0 Rupert Spira t‘ntil Sat 2| l)cc. New black and white ceramics by Shropshire-based potter Rupert Spira inclttding hand throw it bowls and vases. See review.


13 Randolph (‘rescent. 335 .5366. Mon l‘ri 9.30am 6.30pm; Sat

10am 1.30pm.

L’Extreme Contemporain l‘ri

13 Sat 31 l)cc. An exltibition focttsing

on lirench contemporary poets. NEW SHOW.

Gael Turnbull t-‘ri I3 Sat 21 Dec. Gael 'l'urnbtill presents a bilingual poetic installation. llis ‘kinetic poems'. mostly visual devises. all have elemettts of cltange. multiple possibility and variation.

ITALIAN CULTURAL INSTITUTE 83 Nicolson Street. 668 3333. Mon Fri 10am 1pm & 3 5pm.

Pietro Annigoni t’ntil Thu 1*) Dec. ()ver 40 etchings and engravings by the l-‘lorentine artist. l’ietro Annigoni.


65 The Shore. I.eith. 553 5355.

Tue Fri 1 Iain »5pm; Sat 1 1am 4pm. Christmas 2002 t'ntil Sat l8 Jan. A mixed exhibition of paintings. ceramics. sculpture. glass and

jewellery by regular gallery artists

including l’eter Nardini. l)avy Brown. Joyce Borland and Margaretann Bennett attd a solo show of pastels by Grahatn lll) McKean.


87 Broughton Street. 558 8778.

Wed Sat noon 6pm; Sun noon 4pm. Mixed Exhibition A changing selection of work by 30th centttry artists including works by Pat l)otttlt\\‘aitc. l)uvid Hosie. Steven Hood and (leoff Roper.


Belford Road. 634 6300 (recorded information 333 3366). Mon Sat 10am 5pm: Sun noon ~5pm. Cafe. Warhol to Koons: International Contemporary Art from a Private Collection l'ntil early 3003. An exhibition of works on long-term loan including

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Andy Warhol. lid Ruscha. Jeff Koons. Bill Viola and Gilbert & George. Duane Hanson: Sculpture of Life Sat 14 Dec» Sun 33 Feb. £4 (£3). 'lburis-ts‘ by Duane Hanson is a super-realist sculpture of two American tourists that has been a fatniliar and favourite sight at the gallery for many years. In its only UK showing. this major exhibition brings together 31 of Hanson’s extraordinary sculptures dating from the 60s to shortly before his death. From the early depicted tnurder and riot scenes to satirical studies of bored and idle America. llanson explored the tedium of everyday life. See feature. NEW SHOW. The Artist and the Self Mon 16 l)cc. 13.45pm. Nicole Giles gives a



The Mound. 634 6300 (recorded information 333 3366). Mon-Sat |0amw5pmz Sun noon -5pm.

The Pleasures of Patronage Until Sun 5 Jan. A selection of works made with the support of the Patrons of the National Galleries of Scotland since 1989 is on display including works by l’iranesi and Rembrandt. The Vaughan Bequest of Turner Watercolours Wed l—l‘ri 31 Jan. The annual airing of Turner’s magnificent watercolours bequeathed to the Gallery in 1900 by the London art collector llenry Vaughan. The 38 works dating from throughout Turner's career. are only ever shown in the month of January when daylight is at its weakest. NEW SHOW.

A Pre-Raphaelite Nativity? Fri 30 Dec. 13.45pm. llelen Smailes frotn the National Gallery gives a talk.


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