contemporary Danish art inclttding works by (‘hristian Lemmerx. Michael Kvtum. Pia Anderson and Thomas Bang.
THE DAVID YOUNG GALLERY
at .Marie ('urie House. 2‘) Albany Street. 478 7050. Mott Sat l0am 5pm. Edinburgh Sketching Club l'ntil Sat l .\'ov. A mixed show of work by members of tlte lidinburgh Sketcltittg (’Iub.
THE DEAN GALLERY
Belford Road. 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon Wed &
l-‘ri Sttn 10am 5pm; Thu l0am 7pm. Advertising and the Artist: Ashley Havinden’s Designs and Collections l'ntil Sun IS Jatt. l’ree. A focus on the work of Ashley llavinden. l‘)03 l‘)73. one of the tnost successful advertising artists and designers working in Britain in the 20th century. I)esigning for Martini. (iillettc. Bird's ('ustard and Simpson of Piccadilly. his more fatniliar work appeared in the l‘)30s with his ‘Drink Milk' and ‘Beer is Best' campaigns. The exhibition features over 200 advertisements. sketches. paintings attd textiles. See review.
Scottie Wilson and Outside Art l'ntil Sun 14 Dec. l-'ree. An exhibition of ‘()utsider Art'. a lirench term coined by Dttbuffet in l‘)47 to describe work produced outside tltc established art scene. One sttclt artist was (ilasgow-born Scottie Wilson. whose work was admired by the sttrrealists and featured iii the Paris International lixhibition of Surrealism itt l‘)47.
THE DI ROLLO GALLERY
lSa l)undas Street. 557 5227. Mon Sat 10am 5.30pm.
A Selection from Europe t'ntil Sat I .\'ov. Landscape paintings itt oil by Vasile l.eondar. (ierhard .\'esvadba. (’hristian Nesvadba arid Madgid.
DUNDAS STREET GALLERY
6a Dttttdas Street. 558 9363. Mon Sat 10am 6pm: Sttn noon 4pm.
A New Look at the Old Town l'ntil Thu 6 Nov. A solo exhibition of work by William Highet tB Arch ARAlS) with a major work of the historic Royal Borough of lidinburgb. Produced over a period of the years. the linal piece. portraying St Mary's Street tip to ('astlehill. is to the scale of approximately I : I00.
EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART Lauriston Place. 22l 6000. Mon Sat
Visible Thought: Rudolf Steiner’s Blackboard Drawings 1 91 9-1 924 Mon 3 Tuc l3 Nov. A rare collccltott of drawings by rcnow ned Attstrian philosopher. the Rttdolf Steiner
tlS6l l‘)25t. See also Ros) Art ('entrc for a programme of talks and exhibitions. NEW SHOW.
ECA Open Day fit 31 ()ct. 10am 4pm. The open day provides art overview of all courses offered by the college. including art and design. attd environmental and cultural studies. and is designed to answer arty questions for potential students such as application and portfolio requirements. (iuidcd tours of selected studios and workshops also available.
20a l)undas Street. 557 5002. Mon l‘ri llatn 5pm; Sat l0am lptn.
Brenda Lenaghan Sat I the 25 .\‘m. A solo show of figurative paintings by Brenda Lenaghan RSW.
23 l'nion Street. 557 247‘). Tue Sat l0am 6pm.
Masereel: Ten Years of Prints l'ntil Sat 8 .\'ov. An exhibition highlighting tert years of prints made at tltc l-rans Masereel ('entrum in Belgiutn. The show features diverse approaches to traditional printmaking techniques including silkscreen. intaglio. woodcut and lithography.
1 a 7%: 3" i t w 1. Photographs of hill-tribe life in northern Thailand by
Mark Naftalin on show at the Royal Lyceum
FILMHOUSE CAFE BAR
SS l.othian Road. 22‘) 5‘)32.
No Place Like Home l‘nttl Sat 2‘) Nov. l.isa Petterson presents an ironic comment on dotncstic spaces in her exhibition of work.
45 Market Street. 225 2383. Mon Sat
1 Iain 6pm: Sttn noon 5pm.
Visions for the Future VI l’nttl Sat 2‘) .\'ov (closed Sat l .\'o\ l. The final instalment of the gallery 's acclaimed series of exhibitions featuring the work of lidinburgh—bascd artists ('had Mc('ail attd Pattl ('arter. (‘artcr's new work. lit/cc of Darkness. comprises three installations which itnagine Scotland as uncharted territory to be explored by adventurers. Mc(”ail. who has just completed a four-
tttonth residency at tlte Baltic in (iateshead.
shows It)? is (/I'fl'('lI by I/It' t/t'sirt'fitr pleasure. the culmination of a three-year project featuring seven sequences of digital prints depicting cycles of life. work arid pleasure-seeking.
Paul Carter Thu 30 ()ct. 6pm. Pattl ('arter gives a talk on his new work currently on show.
Scotland Now Sat l Nov.
l().30am 5.30pm. L'l0 (£5 inclusive of luncht. (’ontcmporary art forttm w itlt a locus oil the support and training opportunities for young artists in Scotland as well as a review of tlte listuns [hr the Future series. Sec Stills (iallcry for day two of the conference.
(iallcry & Shop, 77 l)undas Street. 556 3l5‘). Mon Fri l0am 6pm: Sat
Personal Landscape l'ntil l‘ri 3| ()ct. An exhibition of work by three landscape painters: Kev in Ryan. Pattl \Vcbste Thomson and Anne-Marie Ryan. November Print Exhibition Mon 3 .\'ov Mon l Dec. A selection of prints by various artists including (‘arole Fulton.
Mark llttlt. (iayle Robinson. Lorraine Robson. Sttsatt Weir and (‘olin Duncan.
HANOVER FINE ARTS
22a l)undas Street. 556 2lb’l. Mon Fri llatn 6pm: Sat l().30am—4pm.
Regina Fernandes, Katriona Shale and John Watling t'ntil Sat 15 .\'ov. Regttlar gallery artists Regina liernandes and John Wailing show Scottish landscapes in oil. watercolour and acrylics and newcomer Katriona Shale presents floral. figurative and still life stttdies in oil.
34 Abercromby Place. 558 ‘)S72. Mon—l’ri l0am 6pm; Sat 10am 4pm.
Le Corbusier t'ntil Mon It) Nov. liye 'l'wo's inaugural exhibition in its new premises features I’m'ntt’ do [Angle I)mt'!. a series of original lithographs executed in l‘)55 by the renowned architect. artist and thinker. l.e ('orbusier. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
6 ('arlton Terrace. 556 444 l. Tue Sat l0am 5pm.
Susan Derges t'ntil Sat 8 Nov. Primarily known for her evocative attd luminous photographic prints of water. Sttsan Derges has created cameraless images that engage with nature throughout her career. ltt her second solo show at the lngleby' (iallery. Derges presents a recent series of works made on the River l’indhorn in Scotland that captttrc tltc light of moon attd stars and works that have been constructed in the darkroom.
lASl' CHANCE TO SEE. INSTITUT FRANCAIS D’ECOSSE
l3 Randolph (‘rescenL 225 5366. Mon Fri 9.30am 6.30pm; Sat
Henri Michaux l'ntil Fri 31 ()ct. A docttmentary exhibition on tlte life attd work of artist. writer and poet. llem'i Michaux.
ITALIAN CULTURAL INSTITUTE S2 Nicolson Street. 668 2232. Mort-Fri 10am-1pm & 2~5pm.
1950-2000: 50 Years of Italian Graphics [Intil Ttte 2 Dec. A colourful exhibition of contemporary Italian art with works by Bttrri. (‘armi. Dora/i0 and Melotti among others.
65 The Shore. Leith. 553 5255. Tue-liri l lam—5pm; Sat I lam—4pm.
Autumn Colours L'ntil Sat I Nov. A mixed show of work by gallery artists including paintings. ceramics and jewellery on an autumn theme featuring works by .\'ael llanna. (ieorgie Young. Peter Nardini and Ian McWhinnie. Mixed Show Fri 7— Sat 22 Nov. New paintings by James Somerville. Lisa Smith and Drysdale Scott.
MATTHEW ARCHITECTURE GALLERY
Department of Architecture. lfniversity of Iidinburgh. 20 (‘hambers Street. 650 2342. Mon—Fri 10am—8pm; Sat 8; Sun l0.30am—4.30pm.
Eero Saarinen: Between Earth and Sky [Intil liri 2| .\'ov. An exhibition documenting the work of Finnish arcltitect liero Saarinen
( l‘)l0 - l‘)6l ). best known for his TWA airport terminal buildings in New York.
87 Broughton Street. 558 8778. Wed—Sat noon- 6pm.
Mixed Show tintil Sat 2‘) Nov. A changing selection of work by 20th centttry artists including an early piece by Tracey limin. prints by Alan Davie plus works by Mark lanson. Fred Deakin. laitt Patterson attd Anti ()rman.
Marchmont (iallery. Marcbmont Campus. 61 Marchmont Road. 455 5203. Mon—l’ri ‘)am - 5pm.
Static l7ntil Fri 7 Nov. A group show of still life photography by international photographers. students. past graduates and staff at Napier l'niversity. Artists include Malcolm Ben/,ie. Zoe Maxwell. Ron ()‘Donnell. Marianne Shaw and Paul V'ickers. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART
Belford Road. 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon—Wed at
liri Sun l0am--5pm; Thu l0am—7pm.
0 Boyle Famin tintil Sun ‘) Nov. £4 (£3): under 12s free. The first ever retrospective exhibition of the work of Boyle l-‘amily' -- aka Mark Boyle. his wife Joan Hills attd their children Sebastian and (ieorgia » spanning their entire career. They are best known for their highly realistic reproductions of the earth’s surface. and the subjects are selected at random by throwing darts into a ntap of the whole world. From deserts to demolition sites they reproduce and investigate the surface of different terrains. See Hitlist. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
After Hours - Curator’s Tour of Boyle Family Thu 6 Nov. 6pm. A programme of after gallery hours events featuring a tottr of the Boyle l‘amily exhibition with its curator. Patrick lilliot. Art and Graphic Design: A 20th Century Dialogue Mon 3 .‘s'ov. l2.45pm. Richard llollis. designer and attthor of (iraphic Design: A ('oncise History gives a talk.
NATIONAL GALLERY OF SCOTLAND
The Mound. 624 6200 trecorded information 332 2266). Mon Wed &
l-‘ri Sttn l0am 5pm; Thu 10am 7pm. Drawings by Allan Ramsay t'ntil Sun 4 Jan. liree. Studies for portraits by the lidinburgh-born artist. Allan Ramsay tl7l3 84) which span the length of his career and demonstrate the naturalism he acltievcd in his mature work.
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