French artist and sculptor, taken from her prolific late period: Insomnia Drawings, When Did This Happen? and I Give Everything Away.

INGLEBY GALLERY 15 Calton Road, 556 4441. Mon–Sat 10am–6pm. LAST CHANCE Billboard for Edinburgh: David Austen Until Fri 7 Feb. All day. The latest billboard on the exterior wall of the Ingleby Gallery is David Austen’s Love Town. Limited edition screenprints are available from the gallery.

✽Ellsworth Kelly Until Sat 22 Feb. Mon–Sat 10am–6pm. Prints from the veteran colour field artist, one of the giants of postwar American art. See review, page 98.

INTERVIEWROOM 11 Forest Centre +, 38 Castle Terrace, Wed–Fri 2–7pm; Sat 11am–2pm. LAST CHANCE Discardboard Until Sat 25 Jan. A celebration of the manifold uses of cardboard.

INVERLEITH HOUSE Royal Botanic Garden, Arboretum Place/ Inverleith Row, 248 2971. Tue–Sun 10am–3.30pm until Fri 31 Jan; Tue–Sun 10am–4.30pm from Wed 1 Feb. Alex Dordoy: persistencebeatsresistance Until Sun 30 Mar. Two large wall paintings, a sculpture and an installation by the London-based artist who graduated from GSA in 2007.

LEITH SCHOOL OF ART 25 North Junction Street, 554 5761. Opening hours vary, see individual exhibition listings for details. LAST CHANCE Jacqui Higgs: Frigates Until Fri 14 Feb. Daily 10am–4pm. Paintings based on a maritime motif.

MCNAUGHTAN’S BOOKSHOP 3a & 4a Haddington Place, Leith Walk, 556 5897. Tue–Sat 11am– 5pm. LAST CHANCE Tomoko Tabuchi: Obsessive Life Log Until Sat 8 Feb. Young Japanese artist meticulously documenting the everyday moments of her life and presenting the result as a collection of boxed photo- books. NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND Chambers Street, 0300 123 6789. Daily 10am–5pm. Creative Spirit: Revealing Early Medieval Scotland Until Sun 23 Feb. A major exhibition revealing the creativity of Scotland in the early medieval period, including digital reconstructions of pieces that only exist in fragmentary form, as well as actual reconstructions by modern craftspeople of ancient artefacts, such as a Pictish drinking horn, a bronze and iron hand bell, sculptured stones, manuscripts and other items. LAST CHANCE Kabuki: Japanese Theatre Prints Until Sun 2 Feb. An exhibition showcasing the museum’s enormous collection of Japanese woodblock prints, focusing on those depicting kabuki the elaborately stylised form of dance drama that thrived in Japan between the 17th and 19th centuries.

OLD COLLEGE University of Edinburgh, South Bridge, 650 9746. Opening times vary, see individual exhibitions for details. NEW The Lanterns of Terracotta Warriors Wed 29 Jan–Fri 7 Feb. Daily 4pm–9pm. Outdoor installation of Xia Nan’s installation of 80 illuminated, colourful statues. Presented by the University of Edinburgh in celebration of Chinese New Year.


Jacqui Higgs Solo Exhibition

Leith School of Art 25 North Junction Street EH6 6HW 0131 554 5761

6th January–14th February Mon–Sat 10am–4pm

Private View 10th January 6–8pm

23 Jan–20 Feb 2014 THE LIST 101