Galleries - July 2010

a ALPHA ART 52 Hamilton Place, Stockbridge Edinburgh EH3 5AX ‘La Serenissima - at Work and Play’ – a solo exhibition of colourful new works in oil by Jo Whitney. Jul 16–23. t 0131 226 3066 b BONHAMS (Edinburgh) 21/22 Queen Street, Edinburgh EH2 1JX Sales include jewellery and silver, ceramics and glass, furniture and clocks, pictures and prints, rugs and carpets. t 0131 225 2266 c BOURNE FINE ART 6 Dundas Street, Edinburgh EH3 6HZ 20th Century British Paintings. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 11–2 t 0131 557 4050 d CHRISTIE’S (Edinburgh) 5 Wemyss Place, Edinburgh EH3 6DH Mon–Fri 9–5 t 0131 225 4756 e DEAN GALLERY Belford Road, Edinburgh EH4 3DS Another World. Jul 10–Jan 9 2011. Comprehensive survey of European and British surrealist art. t 0131 624 6200 f DOVECOT 10 Infirmary Street, Edinburgh EH1 1LT Sitting & Looking. Jul 10–Sep 4. Exciting cross art-form exhibition curated by furniture designers Jim Partridge and Liz Walmsley with the financial assistance of the Craigie Aitchison RA (1926-2009) feature in a mixed show entitled ‘Octave’ –eight selected artists exhibiting works on a minor and major scale. Jane Muir, Christy Keeney, Vivien Moir and Laurance Simon: Group show featuring figurative ceramics; John Moore: New Jewellery. From Tiree to Tuscany: 19th and 20th C. topographical watercolours, drawings and prints. Including works by Sir Muirhead Bone, Sir Frank Brangwyn, Sir D Y Cameron, Francis Dodd, Ian Fleming, E S Lumsden, James Miller, Louis Rosenburg, Sir Henry Rushbury, Ian Strang, William Strang, William Walcot and Willie Wilson. Jul 9–31. EYE TWO 34 Abercromby Place, Edinburgh EH3 6QE Forty Years of British Printmaking (1947–1987): Works by artists including William Scott, Ben Nicholson, Victor Pasmore, William Gear, Henry Moore, Bridget Riley, Patrick Caulfield, Henry Cliffe, John Wells and Alan Davie. Jun 18–Jul 31. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 10–4 t 0131 557 1020 j ROYAL OVER-SEAS LEAGUE Landings Gallery, Over-Seas House, 100 Princes Street, Edinburgh EH2 3AB Edinburgh Printmakers. Jun 25–Sep 30. Exhibition concentrating on landscape based work from contemporary artists who each bring a fresh and original approach to the genre. Includes Kate Downie, David Faithful, Jane Hyslop, Andrew Mackenzie, Gillian Murray, Graham Todd, Gill Tyson. Mon–Sat 10–6, admn free t 0131 225 1501 f 0131 226 3936 k THE SCOTTISH GALLERY 16 Dundas Street, Edinburgh EH3 6HZ Portrait of a Gallery: a History of The Scottish Gallery in Paintings, Prints & Objects; Wilhelmina Barns- Graham: Relief Collages (1982–87). Jul 5–30. *ad Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 10–4 t 0131 558 1200 f 0131 558 3900 l SCOTTISH NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART Belford Road, Edinburgh EH4 3DR t 0131 624 6200 m SCOTTISH NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY Queen Street, Edinburgh EH2 1JD Closed for refurbishment until late 2011. t 0131 624 6200 14. GALLERIES JULY 10 DUNDASSTREET DAVIDSTREET S TV IN CE NTST CH A RLOT T EST G L E NF INL AS S T YOUNG STRE ET GEORGE STREET ROSESTREET PRINCESSTREET Q U E E N ST R E ET H E RIOTR O W G REA T KIN GST C UM B ER LA N DS T Q UEENS F E RRYST L E I T H W A L K B R O U GHTON S T U N IO N S T E. L O ND ON ST LON DON S T FE T TE SR OW N ORTHUMBERLA ND S T Y OR K PL ACE LOND O R O Y A L T ER MA R KET S TREET P L E A S A N C ES T L E ON A R D' S C A N D L E M A K E R R O W L O T H I A N R O A D MANOR P LA C E M E LVILLEST W I LL I A M S T S H AN D W I C K P LAC E P L A C E A I N S L I E P L A C E M O R A Y H E N D E RS O N R N I C OLS O N S T R E E T S O U T H B R I D G E C O W G A TE HO L Y R E G E N T R O A D HIGH ST R EET T H E M O U N D C A S T L E T E R R A C E B R E A D S T R E E T G R A S S M A R K E T RAE B UR N PL A CE C I R C U S R O Y A L S T S T E P H E N S S T A B E R C R O M B Y P L REGENT GARDENS PRINCES ST GARDENS CASTLE P AL M ERS T O N PL B E L F O R D R O A D HA Y M A R KET T ER R AC E OA D M E L Y B A NK AVE H R D D E A N P A TH Q U E E N S F E R R Y R O A D R A V E I S T O N T E R W E R O A D S OUT H I N LASST C M UN I O N S T . L O ND O NS T D . S T P L A C E E L S A R C P L C HA R L OT TE S T D A ST R ET T KING ST Q U E ENS F E S T N O RTHU B RLA ND S T YORK PL C AT E M AN O R P L C E B R O U G H T O N ST U N G S TR EE T GEO R GE ST R E E T R O S E STREET PRINCES STREET QUE ST R ET E R IOT R OW F E TTE S R O W N O YA L M A RKE T S T P L E A S A N CE ST G E O R G E L AU N S T ON P L I V B R I D G E L O T H I N R O A D M E LVILL E S T W I L I A M S T MO R RIS O N S T S H AN DW ICK PL ACE HE N D E R SON R H O L W A T E L O O P HIGH TR E ET C T H E M O U N D J O H N S T O N T E R R A C E B R E A D S T G R A S S M A R K T RA E BURN P L L E I T H W A L K N I C L SON S O U T H B R I D G E D UN D A S 1 a e g d h m l k j i f c b Waverley MAP 3 SCOTLAND EDINBURGH Paul Hamlyn Foundation. Tue–Sat 10.30–5.30 t 0131 550 3660 g THE FRUITMARKET GALLERY 45 Market Street, Edinburgh EH1 1DF Johan Grimonprez. May 22–Jul 11. First UK showing of ‘Double Take’ –a montage of found film, TV and docu- mentary footage and a complex mix of meanings and counter-meanings. Martin Creed: ‘Down Over Up’. Jul 30–Oct 31. Major solo of new and recent work by Turner Prize winner whose philosophy is “I want to make things and I want to communicate with people”. Mon–Sat 11–6, Sun 12–5 t 0131 225 2383 h NATIONAL GALLERY COMPLEX The Mound, Edinburgh EH2 2EL Confrontation. Apr 9–Jul 18. Admn free. Juxtaposing Lucas Cranach and Otto Dix. Christen Købke: Danish Master of Light. Jul 4–Oct 3. First major exhibition of his paintings outside Denmark. Impressionist Gardens. Jul 31–Oct 17. First exhibition devoted to this subject. t 0131 624 6200 i OPEN EYE GALLERY 34 Abercromby Place, Edinburgh EH3 6QE Alberto Morrocco OBE RSA RP RGI LLD (1917–1998), Jack Knox RSA RSW RGI, John Byrne RSA, John Bellany CBE HRSA RA LLD, Adrian Wiszniewski RSA, Leon Morrocco RSA RGI, Alan Davie CBE HRSA and