Galleries - March 2015

14 GALLERIES MARCH 2015 MAP 3 SCOTLAND EDINBURGH f LYON & TURNBULL 33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh EH1 3RR Contemporary & Post-War Art Auction. Mar 18, 11am. Decorative Arts: Designs from 1860. Mar 25, 11am. 19th & 20th C. Pictures. Mar 25, 3pm. Viewing from Sunday prior at 12. Scottish Paintings: dedicated auction. Jun 4. Entries invited until Apr 27. *ad Also free valuations of paintings, jewellery, silver, Asian art, fine furniture and antiques. Mon–Fri 9–5 t 0131 557 8844 g OPEN EYE GALLERY 34 Abercromby Place, Edinburgh EH3 6QE Archibald Dunbar McIntosh RSW RGI: Reflection. Until Mar 11. Fife based artist revisits his career so far, depicting Scottish coastlines and harbour scenes through his signature abstract form. Hugh Buchanan: Shine. Until Mar 11. Accomplished body of work portrays the antique in a contemporary realist form, inspired by grand interiors and reflective surfaces. Lara Scouller: The Pastel Menagerie. Until Mar 9. Early career Dundee based artist’s initial solo show includes drawings inspired by museum collections, including rare and ornithological subjects. Donald Provan: Formation. Mar 16–Apr 1. Recent aquatic paintings by this Edinburgh artist. Diane Rendle: Faraway Places. Mar 16–30. Paintings by East African born artist, depicts foreign lands in an inquisitive form. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 10–4, admn free t 0131 557 1020 h THE SCOTTISH GALLERY 16 Dundas St, Edinburgh EH3 6HZ Henry Kondracki: Three Cities – 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 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 O W 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 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 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 LASST C A UN I O N S T . L O ND O NS T D . S T P L A C E I E I S N S T C M P L C HA R L OT TE S T D A ST R ET T KING ST Q U E ENS F E Y S T N O T M B ERLAND S T YORK PL C W AT E M AN O R 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 PRI ES STREET QUE N 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 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 A 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 S N R O W H O LY W A T E L O O HIGH TR 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 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 N O R T H B R I D G E D UN D A S 1 m l j c g b e f h k d i a j Waverley a ARUSHA GALLERY 13A Dundas Street, Edinburgh EH3 6QG International Contemporary Art. Mon–Sat 10–5, Sun 1–5 t 0131 557 1412 m 07814 189018 b CHRISTIE’S 5 Wemyss Pl, Edinburgh EH3 6DH Mon–Fri 9–5 t 0131 225 4756 c DOVECOT STUDIOS 10 Infirmary St, Edinburgh EH1 1LT Magne Furuholmen: Peeling a Glass Onion. Mar 6–Apr 25. A direct link from Gallery to the Tapestry Studio, this launches the Glass Onion tapestry, set within the context of new work by an artist who is continuously pushing the boundaries of the media he uses. Mon–Sat 10.30–5.30, admn free t 0131 550 3660 d THE FRUITMARKET GALLERY 45 Market St, Edinburgh, EH1 1DF Possibilities of the Object: Experiments in Modern & Contemp- orary Brazilian Art. Mar 6–May 25. A group show examining the transitions that have occurred within the sphere of the object in Brazilian art since the 1950s. Mon–Sat 11–6, Sun 12–5 t 0131 225 2383 e THE LAUREL GALLERY 58 St Stephen Street, Edinburgh EH3 5AL Independent gallery based in Stock- bridge, Edinburgh, specialising in mainly Contemporary Scottish Art & Crafts. Workshops running regularly. Tue–Sat 10.30–5 t 0131 226 5022 (Edinburgh, London, New York). Mar 4–28. Focussing on moments of calm and celebration instead of the stress of city living. Jankel Adler: The Master. Mar 4–28. Small but important collection by a major 20th century European Master. Linda Lewin and Jacqueline Mina: Showcase. Mar 4–28. A showcase of jewellery. A Celebration of British Studio Pottery. Mar 4–28. Clive Bowen, Lisa Hammond, Akiko Hirari, Jim Malone, William Plumpte and Walter Keeler come together to celebrate the finest in British pottery. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 10–4 t 0131 558 1200 f 0131 558 3900 i SCOTTISH NATIONAL GALLERY The Mound, Edinburgh EH2 2EL David Roberts: Drawings from the Helen Guiterman bequest. Until Jun 14. t 0131 624 6200, admn free j SCOTTISH NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART MODERN ONE 75 Belford Road, Edinburgh EH4 3DR Reflections. Mar 14–Jan 10. Roy Lichtenstein: Artist Rooms. Mar 14–Jan 10. MODERN TWO 73 Belford Road, Edinburgh EH4 3DS The Two Roberts: Robert Colquhoun and Robert MacBryde. Until May 24. £8/6. t 0131 624 6200 k SCOTTISH NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY 1 Queen Street, Edinburgh EH2 1JD Ponte City: Mikhael Subotzky and Patrick Waterhouse. Until Apr 26. Beauty by Design: Fashioning the Renaissance. Until May 3. t 0131 624 6200, admn free l THE SUTTON GALLERY 18a Dundas Street, Edinburgh EH3 6HZ March Mixed Exhibition. Mar 6–20. A selection of work in a wide range of media by gallery artists including some new faces. Tue–Sat 11–5 t 0131 557 4810 m URBANE ART GALLERY 25–27 Jeffrey Street, Edinburgh EH1 1DH An exciting platform for contemporary national and international art by emerging and established artists. Much of the work on display is being shown for the first time in the UK. Tue–Sat 10.30–5.30, Sun 11–4 t 0131 556 8379 m 07984 663094