Visual Art ,

I SORCHA DALLAS 5 St Margaret's Place. 553 2662. Tue Sat l—5pm . FREE Michael Stumpt: Clockchen Whiplash Fri 30 May—Sat 5 Jul. 1 lam-5pm. Three- dimensional text works are shown alongside a group of sculptures made from bronze. denim. aluminium. jersey. acrylic resin and found objects. See preview. page 95.


25 Albert Drive. 0845 330 350l. Tue l-‘ri 10am—5pm: Sat & Still noon-5pm.

In the Flesh Until Sat 24 May. A four minute stereoscopic 'dance screen installation‘ by choreographer and filmmaker Billy Cowie. in which the audience wear 3-D glasses.



2 Market Street. 529 3993. Mon Sat 10am—5pm.

FREE North Light lintil Still 8 Jun. Contemporary photography from the City Art Centre (‘ollection featuring the work of Calum (‘olvin. ()wen Logan and David Williams and new acquisitions by Albert Watson. Wendy McMurdo and Jane Brettle.

FREE Recognised: Highlights from the Collection Until Wed 24 Dec. l0am—5pm. Highlights from the (‘AC‘s collection of Scottish art. including work by Redpath. Paolozzi. Blackadder and Bellany.

I COLLECTIVE GALLERY 22—28 (‘ockburn Street. 220 1260. Tue—Sat noon-Spin: Mon -Sat 9.30am--5pm.

FREE Paul Rooney: Lost High Street Sat 3] May Sat l2 Jtll. The Collective have commissioned a new. single-screen video projection piece by the Liverpudlian artist.

I CORN EXCHANGE GALLERY Constitution Street. 561 7300. Wed Sat

1 lam—4.30pm.

FREE Dislocation Until Thu 29 May. Artist Anna Constantinou alld sculptor Thomas Winstanley present two complex bodies of work which interact through the emotional responses they provoke from the viewer. See picture caption. right.


73 Belford Road. 624 6200. 10am-5pm. FREE Collage City: Urban Space in Contemporary Art oooo l'ntil Sun 7 Sep. Works on paper by artists such as Toby Paterson. Langlands and Bell and Carol Rhodes looking at the way skylines. maps and city architecture have inspired creative work. This exhibition highlights the crucial position of urban space as a playground for artists over the past 60 years.

FREE Focus on Demarco Until Sun 22 Jun. 10am—5pm. A display in the Keiller Library celebrating the completion of the Demarco Digital Archive Project. which will make accessible l0.000 items from artist Richard Demarco.


l l (iayfleld Square. 558 7| l0. Tue liri l lam—6pm; Sat noon- 5pm .

FREE Janice McNab ooo Until Thu l2 Jun. Stark futuristic landscapes which McNab calls her ‘chocolate box' series. See review. page 96.

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

FREE Artists Response to Climate Change Sat 24 May -Sat 5 Jul. 10am—6pm. (iroup show on the theme of climate change.

FREE Velvet Sat 24 May-Sat 5 Jul. A group exhibition of prints using mczzotint. Featured artists include Stuart Duffin. Nan Mulder. Judith Rothchild and Kouki Tsuritani.

98 THE LIST 22 May—5 Jun 2008

FREE inprint Sat 24 May Sat 5 Jul. An exhibition of woodcuts. drypoints

and monoprints by Akram Rahmalmldeh.

I FRUITMARKET GALLERY 45 Market Street. 225 2383. Mon Sat 1 lam 6pm; Sun noon 5pm . Lucy Skaer l'nlil Wed 9 Jul. A solo exhibition of work by one of Scotland‘s most promising young artists. See preview. page 94.


37 (iuthrie Street. 220 2987.

Le Fresnoy in Edinburgh l'ntil Sat 3] May. Programmes of films and videos produced by artists at Studio l.e i‘resnoy in France will be screened ill this recently opened space ill lidinbul'gh.


6 (‘arlton Terrace. 556 444 l. l0am 5pm. Jonathan Monk & Keith Arnatt l'ntil Sat 24 May. The latest in the lngleby's inspired series of joint shows holds a piece by well-known 20th century painter and sculptor. who later moved into conceptual work up for comparison with the younger Scottish

ar ist Jonathan Monk.

>t< FREE Peter Liversidge 8- Fischli + Weiss Sat 3l May Sat

7 Jun. The lngleby’s series of

contemporary and 20th century artist

pairings takes a turn for the lnischevious.

See preview. page 95.


The Mound. Princes Street. 624 6200. Mon Wed & liri Stlll 10am 5pm: Thu 10am 7pm.

FREE Fantasy and Function: Design for Goldsmiths l'ntil Still 3 Atlg. Prints and drawings produced by

artists alld craftsmen in the ‘(irotesque‘ style that was popularised during the Renaissance after the excavation of Roman grottos at that time.


lnverleith Row. 248 2983. Tue Sun 10am 5.30pm.

FREE Louise Bourgeois: Nature Study l'ntil Still 6 Jul. 10am 5.30pm. New works on paper and assemblages by the l-‘rellch-born American artist.

I ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY The Mound. 225 667 l. Mon Sat

10am 5pm: Sun noon 5pm.

RSA 182nd Annual Exhibition l’ntil Wed 25 Jun. £4 (£2). ()pen submission exhibition. plus work by invited high- profile artists. such as Alex Pollard. Barry Athel'ton. David Shrigley and llana Halperin.


75 Behold Road. 624 6200. l0am 5pm. FSE’E Miroslav Balka: Entering Paradise l'ntil Still 29 Jun. Print portfolio from the Polish artist.

FREE From Sickert to Gertler: Modern British Art from Boxted House l'ntil Still 22 Jun. l0am 5pm. A collection of 20th century British art that hung in Boxted House. home of Bobbie and Natalie Bevan from 1946 74. Artists represented include Natalie Denny. Mark (icl'tlel‘. Walter Sickert. Harold (iilman. (‘harles (iinner. Christopher Nevinson. John Armstrong and l-‘rederick (iore. FREE Maternity: Images of Motherhood OD. l'ntil Sun 22 Jun. l0am 5pm. A selection of works from the National (iallcl'ies of Scotland showing representations of motherhood

. Dislocation

The current exhibition at Edinburgh’s Corn Exchange Gallery pairs established Edinburgh-based artist Anna

Constantinou with sculptor Thomas Winstanley, who graduated from the RCA in London last year. The two bodies of work relate to each other in the emotional response they provoke in the viewer. Constantinou has created a series of large paintings inspired by the ongoing relentless destruction of the planet and its population, while Winstanley’s sculptures, which include ‘Whistler’ (pictured), use materials which appear deceptively dense to explore the inside or inner surface of reality. I Corn Exchange Gallery, Edinburgh, until Sat 29 May.

from the early Renaissance to the present. ill partnership with Highland 2007 and the Highland Council. While the quality of works on display is invariably high. the presentation and accompanying material can be heavy- handed and dictatorial. closing down rather than opening tip the central concept


l Queen Street. 624 6200. Mon Wed & l‘ri Sun l0am 5pm; Thu l0am 7pm. FREE Faces and Places l'ntil Sun 20 Jul. ()rganised in partnership with the Royal (‘ommission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland. this collection of paintings. sculpture. drawings. photographs. architectural drawings. notebooks and sketches coincides with the centenary of the RCAHMS.

FREE Heroes Fri 30 May Still 7 Dec. A critical re-cxalninination of what we mean by the term ‘Victorian valuch focused through portraits and information on the individuals considered role models ill that society.


23 (‘ockburn Street. 622 6200.

llaln 6pm.

FREE Nicky Bird: Beneath The Surface / Hidden Place l'ntil Sun 20 Jul. 1 lam 6pm. Photographic works using materials found by collaborating with communities across Scotland whose surroundings have undergone significant change. resulting ill an exploration of the physical and emotional effects of economic change and regeneration.


3 Bristo Place. 220 4538. Mon Sun l0alll midnight.

FREE Freepost Thu 29 May Sat 7 Jun. l’RliliP( )ST is a group exhibition showcasing exchanged works alld spontaneous networking attitudes between artists Kali Katsouri. Nikos Mant/ios. Rania Nikolopoulou. Tere/a Papamichali and Yiorgos Taxiarchopoulos.


Patriothall Studios. 48 Hamilton Place. Slockbritlgc. 225 I289.

FREE Paintings l'ntil Sun 25 May. Smudgy. mysterious works inspired by poetry. by lidinburgh artist Matthew Stol'slein.


Lady Stair’s Close. Lawnmarket. 529 490l. Mon Sat 10am 5pm.

iFREE A Scots Helicon: Portraits of Nine Contemporary Scottish Women Writers l'ntil Sat 12 Jul. l0am 5pm. Inspired by Mount Helicon. the mythical home of the nine muses. this new Writers' Museum exhibition features portraits of nine contemporary Scottish women writers by lidinburgh- based artist Anna ('aro.

Outide the cities

I DUNDEE CONTEMPORARY ARTS I52 Nethergate. 0| 382 909900. Tue. Wed. l‘ri & Sat l0.30anl 5.30pm; Thu l0.30am 8.30pm; Sun noon 5.30pm. * FREE Ellipsis «on l'ntil sun 22 Jun. [0.30am 5.30pm. l-‘emalc self portraiture in photography. film and video in tile l970s and l980s. Please note: some works contain frank images of the human body. See review. page 96.

I DUNCAN OF JORDANSTONE COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN l'niversity of Dundee. 1.3 Perth Road. 01382 385330. Mon Fri

9.30am 5.30pm; Sat 9.30am 4.30pm. FREE Dundee Degree Show 2008 lfntil Sat 24 May. Degree show from the class of ‘08. See feature. page 20.