BOURNE FINE ART
6 Dundas Street. 557 4050. Mon—Fri l0aiii~6pmz Sat l lam—2pm.
Scottish Oils and Watercolours Until Fri 28 Feb. Oils and watercolours by Scottish artists dating from limit-2000.
l0 Royal Terrace. 556 I0l0. Mon—Fri l()itlit-tilillll Sat by appointment. Mixed Exhibition L'iitil Fri 28 Feb. An exhibition of paintings front stock including works by George ilouston. Jl) Fergusson. Maclauchlan Milne and PW. Adam.
CAMEO CINEMA BAR
38 Home Street. 228 4l-tl.
The Daze Thu l3 Feb-Wed l2 Mar. New work in mixed media by local artist Nicola Brooks.
THE CIRCLE GALLERY
l3a/l 3c Dundas Street. 556 8886. Mon-Sat l0am—-6pin.
Antonio Claudio Carvalho Until Wed 26 Feb. Lyrical iiitisiiigs from this Brazilian painter and poet.
Dave Driscoll Until Wed 26 Feb. Giant contjmsitions comprising broken eggshells. marigold gloves and cutlery. Sally Gatie Until Wed 26 Feb. Large- scale figurative paintings.
David Keenan Until Wed 26 Feb. Glass sculpture.
CITY ART CENTRE
2 Market Street. 529 3993. Mon—Sat l0ain--5pm.
Joan Eardley: Paintings and Drawings Until Sat 22 Feb. Paintings and drawings by Joan liardley. drawn from the (‘AC‘s permanent collection. The selection features her familiar portraits of Glasgow children. laiid 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 reﬂecting 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
C alltim lnnes. drawings by Chad McC ail. photographs by Nathan Coley and a paper cut-out by Jonathan ()wen.
To Dear the Bright Tradition Back Until Sat l5 Feb. An exhibition commemorating the arrival of the first students at the Scots College in Rome in I602.
Martin Fengel: Das Edinburgh Experiment Until Sat 22 Feb. An exhibition of photographs by German photographer Martin Fengel as part of an on-going exchange between the twin cities of Edinburgh and Munich.
The Public Eye Until Sat 22 Feb. Drawn from the Arts Council of Northem Ireland's collection of around l()00 works. this exhibition traces the achievements in the vistial arts in the province.
The Holocaust Artworks of Marianne Grant Until Sat t Mar. Enduring occupation. forced labour and concentration camps. Prague-born Marianne Grant continued to paint and sketch what she saw around her. First show at the Art Gallery & Museum. Kelvingrove. this exhibition of surviving sketches and watercolours show daily life in Theresienstadt ghetto. the dead in Bergen-Belsen and sketches recording the liberation by Field Marshall Montgomery and the British forces. Mystery of the Douai Manuscript: The Vestiarium Scoticum and the Soldeski Stuarts Thu 13 Feb. 12.30pm. Dr Bob Mltyclean front the City Art Centre gives a ta '.
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COLLECTIVE GALLERY 22—28 Cockburn Street. 220 I260. Tue-Sun Ham-5pm.
Busco Similar Until Sun 23 Feb. Six ; artists from Edinburgh and Glasgow
present new works in a range of media featuring works by Lili Reynauld. Owen Piper. Rodrigo Cienfuegos. Lee O'Connor. John Mullen and Robin Scott. Karen Loughridge: Culturestoclt Until Sun 23 Feb. New work in the project room from Karen Loughridge
which takes the marketplace as a meeting point between different cultures in the developing urban environment.
COLOURS GALLERY 4| Dundas Street. 557 4569. Mon—Fri l().30ain—5.30pm: Sat l().30am-5pm. Mixed Exhibition Until Fri 28 Feb. A selection of paintings by gallery artists. THE DEAN GALLERY Belford Road. 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon—Sat 10am—5pm: Sun noon—5pm.
The Jorg Schellmann Collection
of Joseph Beuys Multiples Until
summer. A selection of the National Galleries' recently acquired collection of Beuys' multiples.
DOGGERFISHER l l Gayl'ield Square. 558 7| [0. Wed—Sat l lam—6pm. Soft Fun Down Fri I-t Feb—Sat 29 Mar. A group show of work by four artists: Hanneline Visnes. Sally Osbom. Ellen Cantor and Lucy Skaer.
Lost in a Wild, Wild Sea by Sally Gatie on show at the Circle Gallry
I996 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 art.
EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART Lauriston Place. 22l 6000. Mon—Thu l()am—8pm; Fri—Sun l()am-5pm. School of Sculpture Thu 20 Feb—Mon 3 Mar. An exhibition of work by 2nd and 3rd year students from the school of sculpture. NEW SHOW.
EDINBURGH GALLERY 20a Dundas Street. 557 5002. Mon-Fri 10am—5pm; Sat l()am— 1 pm.
Mixed Show Until Fri 28 Feb. A selection of paintings by gallery artists ranging from traditional works to the more contemporary.
EDINBURGH PRINTMAKERS 23 Union Street. 557 2479. Tue—Sat l()am-6pm.
Fragments Until Sat 29 Mar. A portfolio of prints by Calum Colvin with text by poet Tom Leonard as part of the Ossian series which further explores issues of nationalism and identity.
Corstorphine Road. 334 9I7I. Daily 9am—5pm.
Natural Selection Until Sun 9 Mar. Paintings. drawings and photographs by keepers and staff at Edinburgh Zoo.
i 8 Advocate's Close. 225 927l. Daily
' l l.30am-5.30 m (closed Wed).
I The New ave of Primitivism Dom is an arts project established in
88 Lothian Road. 228 2688. Daily IOam—lOpm.
Elena Rubio Until Sat I Mar. Mosaics by Elena Rubio.
9 West Port. 22! 0237. Daily noon 7pm. Passport l‘ntil Thu 6 Mar. Students and practising artists show paintings. prints. amines. and 3D bo\es in this e\hibition of local talent.
I24 Morningside Road. 447 7SSI. illt‘ Sat 9.30ams5.30pm.
Winter Sale t'iiiil Sat l5 Feb. Reductions on contemporary works by some of the gallery 's best-selling artists.
Viewing on Wed & Sat by apjmintment call 556 I053. For more info; www.frictiongallery.coin or email
James Norton: Distant Wait t'niil Sat 29 Mar. Friction Gallery is a new space which provides a platform for new artists with an open ctiratoi'ial approach. lis inaugural exhibition features a collection of paintings and a short film by James Norton which explores the relationship between the individual and the Iandseatw.
45 Market Street. 225 2383. Mon iSat
l lam -5.30pm; Stiii noon-5pm.
0 Art for Networks Sat I5 Feb Sat 29 Mar. Simon Pope curates this group show of work by international artists whose interaction with existing or the creation of new networks is central to their art practice. Artists include Rachel Baker. Anna Best. Jeremy Deller. Jodi. Nina Pope aitd Karen Guthrie. See preview. NEW SHOW.
Artists’ Talk Sat 22 Feb. 2pm. Artists who feature in the .-tri for Networks exhibition give a talk on their work.
46a Raeburn Place. 3l5 2603. Mon Sat l()ain—5.30pin.
Mirror Image l'ntil Sat l5 Mar. An exhibition of mirrors from India. Morocco and Indonesia plus jewellery by British and international designers.
Gallery and Shop. 77 Dundas Street. 556 3159. Mon-Fri l0ain 6pm; Sat I0am—5pni.
A Visual Language t'niil Wed l2 Mar. A group show of work by Sonas Maclean. Maggie Beveridge. lileaiior Barron. Victoria Newman. Kate Philips. Jan Wightman and 'l‘essa Asquith Lamb.
HANOVER FINE ARTS
22a Dundas Street. 556 2|8l. Mon-Fri l lam—6pm: Sat l0.30ain--5pin. Artists New to the Gallery Until Sat l Mar. A selection of work by new gallery artists including ()wen (‘laxton. Elinor Dempster. Aileen Jorgensen. Neil Patterson and Kim and Morag Redpath.
Castlehill. Royal Mile. 473 2000. Daily 9.30am— l()pm.
Joanna Kinnersly-Taylor: Textiles Until Sat I Mar. Printed textiles by Glasgow-based anist Joanna Kinnersly-
mam GALLERY 6 Carlton Terrace. 556 444 l. Weds-Sat l()am—Spm.
0 Peter Lynch Until Sat 8 Mar.
Minimal paintings by Glasgow School of Art graduate Peter Lynch. Applying layers and layers of paint. Lynch combs the paint across the canvas while scoring the surface with his ﬁnger.
insrriur VFRANCAIS o'ecosse
l3 Randolph Crescent. 225 5366. Mon—Fri 9.30am—6.3()pm: Sat l()am— l .30pm. French Contemporary Theatre Until Mon 3| Mar. A documentary
exhibition of posters on over 30
playwrights from the past 20 years of contemporary French theatre.
Theatres in Europe Sat I5 Feb—Sat 1 Mar. French photographer Fabien