University Settlement Building. 7-8 South (‘ollege Street.
Aurora Fri 25 Jun. 7~l0pmz Sat
2(>~ Mon 28 Jun. l—7pm. More Aurora nights. New installations by Andrea Fitzpatrick. Lorna Ritchie and Kate Temple with DJ set and projections from Badger Hopkins and live electronic set from (‘hristian Stathatn on the Friday night.
THE BONGO CLUB
Moray llotlse. 37 llolyrood Road. 558 7604.
City of . . . t'ntil Wed 7 Jul. [Edinburgh-based photographer Alan Stockdale captures the urban shapes. structures. graffiti and everyday sights in New York in this exhibition of photographs. LAST CHANCE TO SEE
BOURNE FINE ART
6 Dundas Street. 557 4050. Mon— Fri 10am —(ipm; Sat I lam—2pm.
Scottish Paintings 1650 to Present t'ntil Wed 30 Jun. A selection of Scottish paintings including works by (ieorge Leslie Hunter. William Mc'l‘aggart. John Knox. William Simpson and DY Cameron.
CITY ART CENTRE
2 Market Street. 52‘) 3993. Mon—Sat l0am~~5pm.
Raw Talent: 100 Years of Scottish Art l'ntil Sat 26 Jun. A selection of work drawn from the (‘ity's art collection featuring works by (‘adelL Fergusson. Bellany. MacTaggart and Moyna Flannigan.
Gardens of Tuscany t'ntil Sat 26 Jun. A focus on the Italian garden from the Renaissance to the present day. concentrating on the creation of Italian- style gardens iti Britain and in Tuscany during the l‘)th and early 20th centuries including (‘ompton Acres in Bournemouth. Trentham at Stoke-on- Trent and Lauriston (‘astle in lidinburgh. A Long Look Homeward t'ntil Sat 26 Jun. Tibet's turbulent history is explored in this exhibition featuring contemporary Tibetan photographs. highly crafted ‘thangka’ paintings and an authentic nomad‘s tent.
22 28 (‘ockburn Street. 220 l2o0. Tue—Sat noon 5pm.
Camilla Low L'ntil Sat 3 Jul. New sculptural works by (‘amilla Low. The Savoy [Pntil Sat 3 Jul. A group show of work by (ierman artists featuring Michael Beutler. Shannon Bool. Almut Middel and l'lla Rossek.
4| Dundas Street. 557 456‘). Mon- Fri 10.30am~5.30pm; Sat 10.30ami5pm. Mixed Show L'ntil Fri 2 Jul. A mixed show of paintings featuring James llarrigan and Louis Sinclair McNally. Mixed Show t'ntil Wed 30 Jun. Oil paintings by seven artists including James llarrigan. Louis Sinclair McNaIly. Douglas Phillips and John Warmerdam.
DANISH CULTURAL INSTITUTE 3 Doune Terrace. 225 7l8‘). Mon Fri ‘)am- 5pm; Sat 1 lam- 3pm.
Kaspar Bonnen tintil Wed 30 Jun. Young Danish painter Kaspar Bonnen reworks everyday motifs in this exhibition of paintings.
73 Belford Road. 624 (i200. .Vlon~Wed & Fri Sun 10am 5pm: Thu 10am 7pm. Max Ernst’s Books t’ntil Sun 27 Jun. A display of illustrated books by Max lirnst ranging from his first collaborations with poet Paul liluard in I922 to I’urunrvtlim‘. published in 1967. O Paolozzi at 80 L'ntil Sun 3i Get. Free. A retrospective of the work of Leith-born artist liduardo l’aolol/i in
celebration of his 80th birthday. lie was a leading figure in the emergence of Pop Art in Britain and the exhibition draws together around 200 works from the National (ialleries' permanent collection. filling five rooms of the Dean (iallery. From sculpted reliefs and collages to sculpture and textiles. the show also includes Murray (irigor‘s 1987 film and group of sculpture from the 50s and DOS. See review. See llitlist.
After Hours Thu 8 Jul. (rpm. Free. Folk music on melodion and fiddle with (iregor Borland.
THE Dl ROLLO GALLERY
18a Dundas Street. 557 5227. Mon Sat 10am 5.30pm.
Anna Lorimer Fri 25 Jun Tue 13 Jul. Street scenes from across liurope in mixed media.
l l (iayfield Square. 558 7l l0. Wed Fri
1 lain (rpm: Sat noon 5pm.
Hanneline Visnes: Ring Around Paradise Square t'ntil Sat It) Jul. An unnerving first solo show from the Norwegian-born artist based in (ilasgow. Throughout this fascinating exhibition. art as decoration and an as a release of potentially destructive forces are juxtaposed in frequently shocking fashion. The I’uI'ut/isr' Square of the title. incidentally. is in Baghdad. It was the home of the largest statue of Saddam Hussein until it was torn down. See photo caption.
DUNDAS STREET GALLERY
(ill Dtmdas Street. 558 9363.
Andrew Walker t'ntil Sun 27 Jun.
1 Iain (rpm. The Firth (iallery presents an exhibition of new paintings by Andrew Walker.
Reﬂections Thu 24 Jun Thu 8 Jul. New landscape paintings by lidinburgh- based artist Jamie Primrose.
EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART 74 Lauriston Place. 22l ()(lllll. Mon Thu 10am 8pm; Fri Sat l0atn 2pm. Edinburgh College of Art Degree Show 2004 t'ntil Thu l Jul. Free. Annual degree show featuring the work of over 400 graduating students across all disciplines. The line-up is as follows: the schools of drawing and painting. sculpture and visual communication (until Tue 2‘) Jun): school of design and applied arts (until Fri 25 Jun): school of architecture and landscape architecture (Sat 26
Jun» Thu 1 Jttll. LAST CHANCE TO SEE
20a Dundas Street. 557 5002. Mon Fri llam 5pm; Sat l0am lpm.
Summer Exhibition t'ntil Tue 2‘) Jun. A summer collection of paintings including works by Biddy Nicholson. Mike (’outts. Joan Renton. Wilma Dunbar. (‘onnie Simmers and Joe McIntyre.
23 l’nion Street. 557 247*). Tue Sat
10am - (rpm.
Alan Davie, Peter Lynch and Jill Bennett t'ntil Sat l7 Jul. Three artists currently on display at the lidinburgh Printmakcrs have all created prints reproducing their painting style. Alan Davie‘s black and white prints are the Usual busy manifestations of his imagination and interest in the tnythical magic of ancient cultures. Peter Lynch's work. by contrast. is so completely devoid of shape or pattern that you struggle to find a reason or an attachment to the work. Jill Bennett's work focuses on the pigeon houses in (ircece and strives to capture the atmosphere and tonality of the area. lissentially the whole exhibit lacks
THE ENGLISH SPEAKING UNION 23 Atholl Crescent. 455 5203. Wed Sat
1 latn 8pm.
Thyne Scholarship Exhibition Sun 27 Jun Sat l7 Jul. Marion Stnith presents
Early Evening Storm Approaching by Jamie Primrose
photographs taken in national parks in the west coast of America and Li/ Dew shows vibrant textile works.
88 Lothian Road. 228 2088. Daily 10am l0pm.
Signal l'ntil Sat 26 Jun. Recent work by Anke-Beate Stalil.
Michael Dawson Sat 26 Jun Sat 7 Aug. Paintings.
45 Market Street. 225 2383. Mon Sat
l lain 6pm: Sun noon 5pm.
0 Nathan Coley t'ntil Sun l8 Jul. A major survey of the work of Dundee- based artist Nathan (‘oley. featuring a newly commissioned work as well as key pieces from his career to date. Working in a range of media including sculpture. photography. drawing. video and installation. his work is made in and about Scotland and further afield. focusing on the way the values of society are reflected in its built environment. The show includes The lump ()lhtlt‘l'lj/h't'. 3:87) I’ltlt't's a], Hints/lip. Edinburgh 2004. cardboard model replicas of every place of worship listed in lidinburgh‘s li’l/Ult' Pages and Lurker/rit' (2003 l. a precise replica of the witness box at the trail at Kamp van Ziest in the Netherlands. See review. See llitlst.
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Alastair Salvesen Art Scholarship Exhibition
Royal Scottish Academy Building,The Mound, Edinburgh Mon - Sat 10 - 5, Sunday 12 - 5 t: 0131 225 6671 www.myalscottishacademy.org
on show at Dundas Street Gallery
HANOVER FINE ARTS
22a Dundas Street. 556 2l8l. Mon Fri llam optn: Sat l0.30am 4pm.
John Bathgate t'ntil Sat 26 Jtm. Scottish land and seaseapes by Isle of Skye-based artist John Bathgate pltis semi-abstract works in mixed media. Mountains and Remote Places Sat 3 Sat 24 Jul (closed Mon ‘) Jan). A new selection of paintings by gallery artists featuring landscapes, scascapes. still life and floral studies.
34 Abercrotnby Place. 558 9872.
Mon Fri l0am 6pm; Sat 10am 4pm. Paolozzi Sat 26 Jun Wed l4 Jul. To coincide with the major retrospective exhibition at the Dean (iallery. an exhibition of prints by liduardo Paolo/Ii.
(i (‘arlton 'I'errace. 556 444 l. Tue Sat l0ani 5pm.
0 From Here to Eternity t'ntil Sat 24 Jul. Significant show encouraging its to look beyond the here and now to something somewhere else. It succeeds completely. A stunning light projection. Prado Red by James 'l'urrcll. is complemented by delicate. fragile works from (iarry Fabian Miller while Snsan Derges photographs composed in a moonlit stream inspire wonder. Sec llitlist.
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