Art listings

Glasgow Galleries continued


l l (iayfield Square. 558 71 1(). Wed Fri

1 lam -6pm; Sat noon 5pm.

0 Solar Lunar Fri 6 Feb Sat 6 Mar. Six artists based in lidinburgh. (ilasgow. London and Basel are brought together for this group show. Moyna l-‘lannigan shows watercolours of fictitious individuals: .Melanic (‘arvalho‘s large oil paintings depict night time gardens; Franziska Furter creates delicate abstracts of imagined scenes of the creation of the world: Kerstin Kartscher produces fantastical landscape drawings in pen and ink; ('amilla Low creates sculptures which explore space and Rosalind .\'ashashibi has made collages out of found images. See llitlist. NEW SHOW.


6a l)undas Street. 558 9363. 10am -6pm. Ian and Hilke Maclntyre Sat 14 Tue 17 Feb. ('ontemporary paintings. linocuts and ceramic relief tiles by Ian and llilkc Maclntyre.

EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART 7-1 1.auriston Place. 221 600(). .Mon Thu 10am 8pm: Fri Sat 10am 2pm. Catriona White Prize Exhibition l'ntil Tue 10 Feb. Since 1980. students from lidinburgh (‘ollege of .Art have been awarded the ('atriona White Prize. in memory of (’atriona. who died before beginning a year of host-graduate studies at the college. This year‘s recipients are Amy Marshall. who graduated last year. and Rachel 1rvine. who graduated in 20(12.


20a 1)undas Street. 557 5002. Mon Fri llatn 5pm: Sat 10am lpm.

Hearts and Flowers Sat 7 Feb Tue 2 Mar. An exhibition on the theme of romance. featuring paintings by Lesley





3 lstvjANUARY - 17th APRIL 2004

Banks. Angela Reilly. Jo Mcintyre and Joan (iillespie.


23 l.’nion Street. 557 2479. Tue -Sat 10am-- 6pm .

Imprint: Triennale Internazionale D’lncisione Fri 6 Feb—Sat 27 Mar. An exhibition showcasing some of the best contemporary etching and engraving from Italy and Scotland. NEW SHOW.


88 1.othian Road. 229 5932.

Look l'ntil Sat 28 Feb. Free. Paintings. pastels and prints by Mike Turpie.


45 Market Street. 225 2383. Mon Sat

1 1am «6pm; Sun noon 5pm.

Balthasar Burkhard t'ntil Sun 8 Feb. The landscape of the Swiss Alps is brought into the gallery space in this exhibition of photographs by Swiss artist Balthasar Burkhard. In this. his first major exhibition in the (K. large-scale black and white images. some three metres in length and taken from a helicopter and from the ground 3000m up. depict the vast landscape. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.


22a Dundas Street. 556 2181. Mon Fri

1 1am-6‘tmz Sat 10.30am 4pm.

Artists New to the Gallery Sat

7- Sat 28 Feb. A variety of styles and subjects by artists new to the gallery including lilena Kourenkova. Myer I.acome. .\'oriko McTavish and Jacqueline Turnbull. Also on show are works by gallery artists. limited prints. ceramics. sculpture. jewellery and Russian craftwork. NEW SHOW.

I2 34 .»\bercroinb_\- Place. 558 9872. Mon Fri 10am 6pm; Sat l0am~4pm.


Mon. - Sat. 9.30 a.m. - s p.m. Admission Free. Ta. 0l4l 330 422i

94 THE LIST 5)? 1E) Fol) 2004

Hans Hartung (1904-1989) t‘niil Mon lb Feb. A series of 15 lithographs created in 1971 by Hans llartung to illustrate the book of poems by Jean Proal Farandole.


6 (‘arlton Terrace. 556 4-1-11. Tue- Sat 10am--5pm.

Ellsworth Kelly l'ntil Sat 6 Mar. The first ever Scottish show for one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. lillsworth Kelly. The American artist came into prominence in the 50s with his less than conventionally shaped abstract canvases and to this day. he continues to make art at the grand old age of 80. The show features around 15 of his newest prints. a suite of lithographs published in editions.

C.19th West African Currency L'ntil Sat 6 .Mar. To accompany the lillsworth Kelly exhibition. a display of 18th and 19111 century tribal currency forms from West Africa.

INSTITUT FRANCAIS D’ECOSSE 13 Randolph Crescent. 225 5366. Mon «Fri 9.30am-6.30pm; Sat 10am“ 1 .30pm. Wonderland 2 lfntil Wed 25 Feb. An exhibition documenting 1.umir Soukup and (‘atherine Melin‘s transformation of Randolph (‘rescent gardens during last year's Festival. featuring preparatory sketches and drawings.

ITALIAN CULTURAL INSTITUTE 82 Nicolson Street. 668 2232. Mon -Fri 10am 1pm 8; 2pm 5pm.

Giacomo Soffiantino: Etchings (1962-2003) Fri 6 Feb Sat 6 Mar. A mixed show of works exploring aspects of contemporary life by Turin-born artist (iiacomo Sofliantino.


65 The Shore. 1.eith. 553 5255. Tue Fri 11am 5pm: Sat 11am 4pm.

New Faces 2004 l'niil Sat 21 Feb. The l.eith (iallery's annual new faces show featuring paintings. ceramics. jewellery and glass by new graduates from the four Scottish art colleges.


87 Broughton Street. 558 8778. Wed Sat noon -6pm.

Mixed Show A changing selection of work by 20th century artists. ('urrent stock includes works by David Shearer. litigen Jarych. Kate 1)ownie. Jo (ianter and Alan McGowan.

MORNINGSIDE LIBRARY Morningside Road. 529 565-1. .Mon ~Thu 10am 8pm; Fri 10am 5pm; Sat 9am lptn. Cover Story t'niil Fri 27 Feb. A selection from over 50 book jacket photographs by Paul Turner.


Bell‘ord Road. 624 (1200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon Wed &

Fri- Sun 10am -5pm‘. Thu 10am 7pm. ('afe. Cindy Sherman l'ntil Sun 7 .Mar. £4 (£3); under 12s free. The Serpentine (iallery retrospective travels to lidinburgh featuring over 50 works by the inspirational and influential American photographer (‘indy Sherman. She first came into prominence in the mid 70s with her (fruit/ed Film Stills in which she photographed herself in different disguises in an attempt to explore and expose the well defined images and stereotypes of women. The exhibition surveys her work to date and includes the historical portraits. the murder mystery series ( 1976). studio portraits and her latest works. the (‘Ioim Series. See also ()mni.

William Gear lfniil Sun 29 Feb. A display of paintings by Fife-born William (iear who settled in Paris in 1947 and became involved in the (‘()BRA movement.

Elephants and Other Acquisitions L'ntil Sun 7 Mar. The S.\'(iMA displays its latest acquisitions featuring works by the

wood engraver Winifred McKenzie (1905—2001 ) and her sister Alison McKenzie (1907—1982).

0 Bill Viola Until Sun 7 Mar. A display of three video pieces by the master of the medium. Bill Viola. including ( ’uiheri'ne's Room. Four Hands and Surrender. which form part of the series Passions which express different states of emotion. See review and Hitlist. Curator’s Choice: Ben Nicholson and Piet Mondrian Mon 9 Feb. 12.45pm. Free. Alice Strang talks about two works in the SNGMA's collection. After Hours - We Challenge You! Thu 19 Feb. 6pm. Free. A programme of after gallery hours events featuring a musical response to modern art.


The Mound. 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon-Wed & Fri-Sun 10am--5pm; Thu 10am—7pm. Travels with Edward Lear: Watercolours from the Runciman Collection L'ntil Sun 21 Mar. A display of over 30 watercolours by British artist and poet lidward Lear

( 1812—-1888). best known as the author and illustrator of .'\'onsense Verses. The watercolours of topographical and natural history studies were gifted to the Galleries from the listate of Sir Stephen Runciman. After Hours - Travels with the Cello Thu 12 Feb. 6pm. Free. A programme of after gallery hours events featuring music from Wendy Wetherby. Jean-Jacques Rousseau by Allan Ramsay Fri 13 Feb. 12.45pm. Free. Art historian Patricia Andrews examines this painting by Allan Ramsay.

NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY Queen Street. 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon—Wed & Fri—Sun 10am~5pm; Thu 10am-7pm. Cafe. Patrick Geddes: The French Connection l'ntil Sun 18 Apr. An exhibition exploring. through works of art. books. manuscripts. photographs and videos. the ways in which Patrick (ieddes (1854—1932). one of Scotland's most inspired artists and thinkers. forged artistic links between Scotland and France.

After Hours - Travels with the Fiddle Thu 5 Feb. 6pm. Free. A programme of after gallery hours events featuring music from (iregor Borland. Clan: 21 st Century Clans in Focus lfntil Tue 13 Apr. Commissioned by the Highland Festival in 2003. a touring photographic exhibition which explores whether the clan systems still have relevance in the Highlands in the

2 1 st century.

Below Stairs: 400 Years of Servants’ Portraits Thu 12 Feb—-Mon 31 May. £4 (£3); under 12s free. Anne French and (iiles Waterlield curate this exhibition of over 90 paintings. drawings and photographs which focus on the portraiture of servants from the early 17th century to the present day. First shown at the National Portrait (iallery in London to great acclaim. the display includes Kenneth Mac1.eay‘s watercolour of Queen Victoria's servant John Brown. the fourth Duke of Buccleuch‘s French chef Joseph Florance. painted by lidinburgh artist John Ainslie. and the Scottish National (iallery's recent purchase. The [11in] 's Fool by Richard Waitt. NEW SHOW.

Artists on their Work Wed I8 Feb. 12.45pm. Free. Photographer Patricia Macdonald discusses her portrait of Adam Watson.


15a Pennywell (‘ourt. 315 2151. Mon—Sat l0am---1pm.

Big Art Wee Hands Until Fri )6 Jul. An exhibition of art by professional artists alongside work made by the under lives who took part in the Big Art Wee Hands project.