Art listings

Edinburgh Galleries continued

DANISH CULTURAL INSTITUTE 3 Doune Terrace. 225 7189. Mon—Fri 9am—5pm; Sat 1 1am—3pm.

Kaspar Bonnen Until Wed 30 Jun. Young Danish painter Kaspar Bonnen reworks everyday motifs in this exhibition of paintings.


at Marie Curie House. 29 Albany Street. 478 7050. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm.

Meg Watson Memorial Exhibition Thu 3—Sat 19 Jun. A memorial exhibition of paintings and works by Meg Watson.

THE DEAN GALLERY Belford Road. 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon—Wed & Fri—Sun 10am—5pm; Thu 10am—7pm. Cafe.

0 Paolozzi at 80 Sat 29 May—Sun 31 Oct. Free. A retrospective of the work of Leith-bom artist Eduardo Paolozzi in celebration of his 80th birthday. He‘s a leading figure in the emergence of Pop Art in Britain. and this exhibition draws together around 200 works from the National Galleries‘ permanent collection and will fill five rooms of the Dean Gallery. each covering a chronological period of his career. From sculpted reliefs and collages to sculpture and textiles. the show also includes Murray Grigor's 1987 film and a group of sculpture frotti the 50s and 60s. See preview and Hitlist. NEW SHOW.

After Hours - Curator’s Tour of Paolozzi at 80 Thu l0 Jun. 12.45pm. Free. Curator Fiona Pearson gives a tour of the Eduardo Paolozzi exhibition.

Max Ernst’s Books Until Sun 27 Jun. A display of illustrated books by Max Ernst ranging from his first collaborations with poet Paul Eluard in I922 to Paramythes published in 1967.


18a Dundas Street. 557 5227. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm.

Jane Duckfield and Frank Colclough Until Sun 13 Jun. Ati exhibition of land and seascapes featuring west coast scenes.


l 1 Gayfield Square. 558 71 I0. Wed—Fri

l lam—6pm; Sat noon—5pm.

Nanneline Visnes: Ring Around Paradise Square Until Sat It) Jul. A first solo UK show by up—and-coming Glasgow-based artist Hanneline Visnes. best known for her intriguing works on paper which juxtapose a series of unrelated objects. Intricate patterns drawn from Persian tiles. Uzbekistan fabric design and early English tapestries have inspired her new works.


6a [)undas Street. 558 9363. Mon -Sat l().30atn—5.30pm.

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VAS Summer Show of Affordable Art Sat 29 May—Sal 5 Jun. Visual Arts Scotland presents a show of small works by some of Scotland‘s leading artists. encompassing sculpture. applied art arid paintings.


20a Dundas Street. 557 5002. Mott-Fri l lam—5pm; Sat 10ani~lptii. Summer Exhibition Sat 5—Tue 29 Jun. A summer collection of paintings including works by Biddy Nicholson. Mike (‘outts. Joan Renton. Wilma Dunbar. Connie Simmers atid Joe McIntyre.


23 Union Street. 557 2479. Tue—Sat 10am—6pm .

Alan Davie, Peter Lynch and Jill Bennett Sat 29 May-Sat 17 Jul. The first showittg of a new suite of 12 limited edition single plate copper etchings by Alan Davie. along with six new limited edition screenprints by Peter Lynch and a series of lithographic prints by Jill Bennett. NEW SHOW.


(‘orstorphine Road. 334 9171. 9am—6pm. Diversity in Wildlife II Until Thu 17 Jun. A mixed show of wildlife paintings including works by (‘laire Harkess. Derek Robertson. Jonathan Sainsbury. Holly Surplice and Martin Ridley.


76 East Crosscauseway. 07960 413789. Thu—Sat noon—7pm.

Bishop’s Move Sat 29 May -Sun 20 Jun. Artist-run the Etiibassy launches its new gallery space with an exchange with the All Year Round (‘lub iti Manchester. Artists include Dave Alker. Mark Briggs. ()liver East. Kerry Harker. Karina Lax. l.isal.ouise. Paul Needham atid Rob Wheeler. There is a free talk by the artists atid Dave Mackintosh on Sat 29 May at 2pm. NEW SHOW.


88 Lothian Road. 229 5932.

Ticket to Ride L’ntil Sat 29 May. A short story iti photographs of solo journeys undertaken by Nazli Tabatabai across Britain.

Signal Sat 29 May—Sat 26 Jtiti. Recent work by Anke-Beate Stahl.

Telford College Graduation Show W ‘d 9 Jtiti. 6pm. Screenings of work by filial year llND TV ()perations students at Edinburgh‘s Telford College.


45 Market Street. 225 2383. Mon—Sat

l lam—6pm; Sim noon—5pm.

Nathan Coley L'ntil Stiti I8 Jul. A major survey of the work of Dundee- based artist Nathan (‘oley. featuring a newa commissioned work as well as key pieces from his past career. Working iii a range of media including sculpture.

July 2004

Alastair Salvesen Art Scholarship Exhibition

"‘ Royal Scottish Academy Building, The Mound, Edinburgh Mon - Sat 10 - 5, Sunday 12 - 5 t: 0131 225 6671

photography. drawing. video and installation. he presents work made in and about Scotland atid further afield. focusing on the way the values of society are reflected in its built environment. The show includes T/H’ Lump (il'.8'(tt'/'ifit't’. 286 Places oflliirs/tip. lit/inhtug/t 2004.

cardboard model replicas of every place of

worship listed in Edinburgh's Yellow- Pages arid [.()(‘]\'(’I'hf(’ (2003 l. a precise replica of the witness box at the trail at Kamp van Ziest iii the Netherlands. Director’s Talk Thu 27 May. 6pm. Free. The director of the 1-‘rtiitmarket (iallery. Fiona Bradley. discusses the work of Nathan (‘oley


22a Dundas Street. 556 2181. Mon—Fri

1 1am—6pm; Sat 10.30atii—4ptti.

Cats and Other Animals lfntil Sat 29 May. Annual mixed exhibition of animal paintings by regular gallery exhibitors from Scotland and abroad. Spring Mixed Exhibition (Part II) Until Sat 29 May. The second part of the gallery‘s mixed spring show featuring works by gallery artists including landscapes. still life. seascapes. floral atid figurative paintings.

John Bathgate Sat 5—-Sat 26 Jtiti. Scottish land atid seascapes by Isle of Skye-based artist John Bathgate plus semi-abstract works iii mixed media. NEW SHOW.


3-1 Abercromby Place. 558 9872. Mon -Fri 10am-6pm; Sat 10am—4pm. Avant-Garde Printmaking from the 503 and 605 t'ntil Wed 2 Jun. A selection of printmaking from the 50s atid 60s including works by Henry (‘liffe. 1.e (‘orbusier. Michael Rothenstein. Ben Nicolson and Clifford fillis.

Always There Sat 5- Wed 23 Jtiii. A new body of work by Edinburgh-based artist Mark l'Atison based on images of women pritiiarily at work or protesting. See preview. NEW SHOW.


6 (‘arlton Terrace. 556 44-11. Tue Sat l0am-i5ptii.

From Here to Eternity l‘ntil Sat 24 Jul. The lngleby (iallery‘s latest exhibition brings together works by live international artists. The show inclttdes a stone sculpture consisting of blocks of granite laid across the gallery floor by Richard Long; fragile leaf prints by (iarry Fabian Miller: Susan Derges‘ starlield series of cameraless images; photo etchings of the sky at night by Vija (‘elmitis atid ati extraordinary light installation by James Turrell. Recommended.

INSTITUT FRANCAIS D’ECOSSE 13 Randolph Crescent. 225 5366. Mott—Wed & Fri 9.30atit~5.30ptti; Thu noon- 5.30pm; Sat 9.30am 2pm.

New Image Makers t'ntil Sat 29 May. Self-portraits. portraiture. documentary attd landscape photographs by third year students at Edinburgh (‘ollege of Art.

Scotland’s Passers-By Thu 37 Wed 30 Jttii. The first iii a new programme of photography by young artists iti Scotland and France. First tip is Benoit Fourches. who studied in Aberdeen atid shows a series of images of the anonymous people we pass everyday in the street. NEW SHOW.


4—6 North Batik Street. The Mound. 226 4807. Mon -Sat 10am- 6pm; Stiti

tioott- 4pm.

Mixed Exhibition t'ntil Sat 24 Jul. A mixed show of work by Scottish painters including Lyn Beckett. Francis Boag. Fiotitia ('arlisle atid ('harles Motiteith Walker. plus jewellery by Malcolm Appleby. Louise l’ringle and Lucy Woodley. prints by Susie Reade. photography by Mandy ()wen. glass by Mike Hunter and ttietalwork by Jonathan Eadie.


58 Warrender Park Road. 229 2676. Wed~Fri 10am 6pm; Sat 10am 5pm: Sttti l lam—5pm.

Eleonar Adair Until Mon 3t May. A new gallery for lidinburgh featuring recent works atid contemporary furniture by lileotiar Adair plus a changing selection of works by other artists. including painting. drawing. ceramics and photography.

Mixed Show Wed 2 Jun- Wed 7 Jtil. Recent paintings atid cotitetiiporary furniture by lileotiar Adair pltis a changing selection of works by artists including painting. drawing. ceramics arid photography and drawings on ceramic by MS Isabelle Ting.


65 The Shore. l.eith. 553 5255. Tue-«Fri 1 lam—5pm; Sat l lain 4pm. Mixed Exhibition Until Sat 29 May. A mixed show of paintings by Saul Robertson. David Scliofield and Richard Wiatrck. plus glass by limin Stanworth arid jewellery by Atidrea Bedford. [ii the rear gallery. a show of new paintings by Deborah Phillips. Mixed Summer Show l‘Tl 4- Sat 26 Jtiti. A mixed summer show featuring works by regular gallery exhibitors.


School of Design atid Media Arts. Merchiston Campus. 10 (‘olinton Road. 455 2678. Mon Sat 10am -5pm. Napier University Design Degree Show 2004 Sat 29

May Sat 5 Jun. The final year shows of graduating students from industrial design. design futures and interior architecture programmes.


87 Brouglitoti Street. 558 8778.

Wed Sat tl()()n~-(iptll.

Mixed Show A changing selection of work by 20th century artists. (‘urrent stock includes works by Jo (ianter. Rob Maclauriti. Bruce McLean. Rolatid Fraser. David (irossart. (‘alum Niveti. Philip Reeves atid John Piper.


Belford Road. 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon \Ved & Fri Sun l()am~5pm;’1"hu 10am—7pm. ('afe.

Lucian Freud: Etchings 1946-2004 l'ntil Sttti 13 Jtiti. £3 (£2): children under 12 free. The first ever L'K museum show dedicated to the lesser known printtiiaking works by one of the worlds' greatest realist paintings Lucian Freud. The exhibition features over 60 original etchings

dating from the l9-f0s 7— which were

small iii scale atid very detailed. mirroring his paintings at that time to the freer. more ambitious prints of the l980s onwards. Like his paintings. many of the works focus on the human figttre btit also include studies of nature. (fun/on in ll't'nlw' being ati impressive example.

Director’s Choice: Lucian Freud Mon 31 May. 12.45pm. Free. Richard (‘alvocorcssL director of the Scottish National (iallery of Modern Art introduces and discusses the work of his favourite artworks currently oti display. the etchings of Lucian Freud. Ben Nicholson and the St Ives School l’iitil Stiti 13 Jun. Free. An exhibition looking at the lotig atid prolific career of Ben Nicholson

( IS‘H 1982) who is acknowledged for havitig had a greater influence on the developitietit of abstract art than arty other British artist. The show features over 50 works from the gallery‘s permanent collection from throughout his career. and works by his St Ives ctintetiiporaries. Front his subtle delicate reliefs to seliii-abstt‘act still