Galleries - June 2014

16 GALLERIES JUNE 2014 MAP 3 SCOTLAND EDINBURGH Two Centuries of British Printmaking. Jun 9–25. An exploration into original printmaking over the past 200 years, this exhibition includes work by Sir Muirhead Bone, Sir D Y Cameron and Graham Sutherland amongst more contemporary artists. Grame Wilcox: In Transit. Jun 9–25. New figurative paintings by renowned portrait artist Graeme Wilcox depict commuters and people in motion, drawing on stages oftransition in the everyday. Jennifer Watt: Recent Works. Jun 9–25. Sculpture based on the human form by Jennifer Watt. Her work is mostly created in stone, cement and clay then cast either in bronze or resin in limited editions. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 10–4 admn free t 0131 557 1020 e THE SCOTTISH GALLERY 16 Dundas Street, Edinburgh EH3 6HZ Denis Peploe: Centenary – Painting, Drawing & Sculpture. Barry McGlashan: The Sunken 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 R O Y A L T MA R KET S TREET P L E A S A N C ES T L E C A N D L E M A K 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 O W N I C OLS S O U T H B R I D G E C O W G A TE HO 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 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 COM E L Y B A NK AVE T 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 C RE W E R O A D S OUT H NFI N LASST C R UN I O N S T . L O ND O NS T D . S T P L A C E E C E O R S P S T C P L C HA R L OT TE S T D A D ST REET R T KING ST Q U E ENS F E S T N O M B ERLAND S T YORK PL C AT E M AN O R AC E B R O U G H T O N ST Y O U N G S TR EE T GEO R GE ST R E E T R O S E STREET PRIN E STREET QUE ST R ET E R IOT R OW F E TTE S R O W L ON O YA M A RKE T S T P L E A S A N G E O R G E I V L O T H I A N R O A D M E LVILL E S T W I L L I A M S T S H AN DW ICK PL A E HE N D E R S N R O W H O LY W A T E R L O O HIGH STR E ET T H E M O U N D J O H N S T O N T E R R A C E T G R A S S M A R K E T RA E BURN P L L E I T H W A L K N I C O S O U T H B R I D G E D UN D A S 1 a e d h i f c b g g Waverley a CHRISTIE’S 5 Wemyss Place, Edinburgh EH3 6DH Fine Art Auctioneers . Please call for viewing times. Mon–Fri 9–5 t 0131 225 4756 b THE FRUITMARKET GALLERY 45 Market Street, Edinburgh EH1 1DF Jim Lambie. Jun 27–Oct 19. Mon–Sat 11–6, Sun 12–5 t 0131 225 2383 c THE LAUREL GALLERY 58 St Stephen Street, Edinburgh EH3 5AL Specialising in affordable Scottish Art, Crafts and Gifts. Gallery also runs art and craft workshops as well as having regular exhibitions. Tue–Fri 11–5.30, Sat 10.30–5 Sun/Mon by appt t 0131 226 5022 d OPEN EYE GALLERY 34 Abercromby Place, Edinburgh EH3 6QE From Copper, Wood and Stone: Dream – New Paintings. Chris Keenan: Ceramics. Ann Little, Grace Girvan & Stacey Bentley: Out of the Fire – Enamel Jewellery. Jun 4–28. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 10–4 t 0131 558 1200 f 0131 558 3900 f SCOTTISH NATIONAL GALLERY The Mound, Edinburgh EH2 2EL Titian and the Golden Age of Venetian Painting. Mar 22–Sep 14. Admission free. t 0131 624 6200 admn free g SCOTTISH NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART 75 Belford Road, Edinburgh EH4 3DR MODERN ONE Generation: 25 Years of Contemporary Art in Scotland. Jun 28–Jan 25. MODERN TWO 73 Belford Road, Edinburgh EH4 3DS The Scottish Colourists Series: JD Fergusson. Until Jun 15. £7/£5. t 0131 624 6200 h SCOTTISH NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY 1 Queen Street, Edinburgh EH2 1JD Making History. Until Sep 28. t 0131 624 6200 i THE SUTTON GALLERY 18a Dundas Street, Edinburgh EH3 6HZ Martin Hill. Jun 7–28. New expressive and poetic paintings by the young Dundee-based artist Martin Hill whose work was selected for the RSA New Contemporaries in 2010. Tues–Sat 11–5 t 07854 972930 THUMB nails Terry Setch ‘Rock Pool I’ If we think of the artistic process as a means of trying to make sense of, and give visual shape to, the world in which an individual artist finds him/herself, then the half-century the painter Terry Setch has spent since he moved to the coastal town of Penarth in South Wales in 1964 has been quite exemplary. A large-scale abstract landscape painter by training and instinct, the beach there became, and remains, his subject matter, the plastic flotsam and jetsam he has collected on his daily beach- combings, combined with traditional media – oil paint, coloured wax and kaolin – providing a powerfully instinctive metaphorical landscape, for the conflicts between nature and society. All this long before they became a contemporary commonplace. ( Flowers , Kingsland Road, map 30) NU