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Clever People Thu 17 Apr w'c-a 14 May. A collection of paintings by Mary Trodden depicting talented characters from in and around Edinburgh. NEW SHOW.
THE CIRCLE GALLERY
|3all3c Dundas Street. 556 8886. Mon—Sat l0am 6pm.
Andrew Brown t'niil Wed 30 Apr. Sculpture.
George Donald and Peter Wray Sat l2 Wed 30 Apr. A two- person show featuring works by- (ieorge Donald RSA. RSW and Peter Wray
Prentice Smy and Catriona Wallbutton Sat l2 Wed 30 Apr. Mixed media paintings.
22~~28 (‘ockburn Street. 220 1260. Tue Sun llam 5pm.
The Haunted Swing l'niil Sun I 1 May. Neil Mulholland curates this group show featuring work by Alex Pollard. Ronnie lleeps. David Shrigley. ('raig Mtilhollaiid. David Mtisgrave. Keith Farquhar and Ryan Doolan. The show is based around the counterfeit domestic setting found in Blackpool's Haunted Swing (195-1). a swing like structure seating about 20 people at a time. See ('abaret Voltaire entry for details of a talk’.
Billy McCall lTiitil Sun ll May. Video and photographic work by Billy Mc(‘all which examines the nature of the relationship between consumers and their chosen objects of cultural pleasure.
COLOURS GALLERY 4| Diindas Street. 557 456‘). Mon Fri l0.30am 5.30pm: Sat l0.30ain 5pm.
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James Harrigan, Paul Webster and Tony Gillespie t'niil Wed 7 May. New paintings by James llarrigan. Paiil Webster and Tony (iillespie including landscapes and seascapes.
THE DEAN GALLERY
Belford Road. (124 (i200 trecorded information 332 2266). Mon Wed & l-‘rirSun l0am 5pm: Thu I0am 7pm. 0 Mario Testino: Portraits Thu 17 Apr Sun 15 Jtin. £5 (£3.50); under 12s free. The only Scottish showing of this major touring exhibition of photographs by one of fashion's most sought-after snappers. Mario Testino. Working extensively for View and creating advertising campaigns for high profile clients such as (iucci and Versace. the Peruvian. London-based photographer has snapped a host of celebrities including Kate Moss, Madonna. (iw yneth Paltrow', Robbie Williams and the late Princess Diana for her famous limiry l'iiii' cover in 1997. First shown at the National Portrait (iallery in l.ondon. the exhibition is the fifth in a series of shows devoted to photographers specialising in portraiture and fashion. See feature. NEW SHOW.
Fashion on Display II: Testino Mon 2| Apr. |2.-l5pm. Victoria Amador from the lidinburgh ('ollege of Art gives a talk on the work of fashion photographer. Mario ’I‘estino.
The Jorg Schellmann Collection of Joseph Beuys Multiples l'ntil summer. A selection of the National (ialleries' recently acquired collection of Beuys‘ multiples. From Picasso to Gilbert and George Sat l‘) Apr» Sun 6 Jul (Keiller Library). A display of the (lallery's Special Books (‘ollection. focusing on books made between 1936 and I980.
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The New Wave of Primitivism Dom is an arts proiect established in 1906 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 anists who practise primitive art.
EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART l.auriston Place. 22l 6000. Mon Thu l0am 8pm; l‘ri Sun 10am 5pm.
The Artist Book Project Sal It) Apr-Thu I May. Students from the school of drawing and painting push the boundaries of bookbiiidiiig in this broad range of concepts and diverse methods of the art form. NEV.’ SHOW. Edinburgh-Boston Portfolio Sat 1‘) .-\pr Sun l8 May. Prints by students and staff of the printmaking departments of lidinburgh (‘ollege of Art and the School of the Museum of line Arts. Boston.
John Watson 1960-2000 Sat 19 Apr Thu 8 May. .-\n exhibition and accompanying catalogue commemorating the work of the late renowned illustrator. John Watson.
20a Dundas Street. 557 5002. Mon l-‘ri l0ain 5pm1Sat 10am lpm.
Mixed Show l'ntil Tue 22 Apr. A mixed show of figurative landscapes and seascapes including works by Sarah Anderson. Mike (’outts. Robert John Mac.\li|lan. liwa Irena Polanek and Douglas Phillips.
EDINBURGH PRINTMAKERS 23 l'nion Street. 557 247‘). Tue Sat l0am 6pm.
Interactions t'ntil Thu 2*) May. A portfolio of lithographs by l2 artists
published and created at lidinburgh Printmakers. The artists which include .-\nne Bevan. Bob (‘ro/ier. Kate Downie. Hendrik Jonas. Brent Millar. Dayid Shearer and Jill Ty son hay e also submitted a piece of work from their iisual practice. be it sculpture or painting.
(‘orstorphine Road. 33-1 UlTl. Daily 0am 5pm.
The Antipodes l'ntil Sun 27 Apr. .-\n exhibition of paintings by Paul Bartlett of w ildlife encounters in .-\usti'alia and New Zealand,
88 l.olhian Road. 228 2688. Daily
From Blue Stockings to Blue Jeans: Scientific Women in History l'nlil Fri 25 Apr. An exhibition looking at the women who haye contributed to science. technology. maths and medicine.
‘) West Port. 22l 0237. Daily noon 7pm. Fiona Scroggie l'niil Wed 7 May. Work by Edinburgh-based artist/designer featuring harrowing yet beautiful ghost like faces with suspicious glances and hidden inner motives.
12-1 Morningside Road. 447 7881.
Tue Sat 9.30am 5.30pm.
Jonathon Shaw Sat l2 Sat 26 .-\pr. An exhibition of original paintings and limited edition prints.
View ing on Wed & Sat by appointment call 556 1053. For more info:
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