Galleries - August 2018

Pascal Oudet – vessels, Adrian McCurdy – wall panels, Namon Gaston – chairs, Ian Fraser – Shaker ware and Isabelle Moore – chairs. Tree-works. Until Sep 1. Scottie Wilson, Tom Hammick, Patrick Heron, Terry Frost and others. Tue–Sat 10.30–5.30 t @TENedinburgh f gallerytenedinburgh i OPEN EYE GALLERY 34 Abercromby Place, Edinburgh EH3 6QE John Bellany (1942–2013): The Wild Days. Until Aug 27. The Open Eye Gallery presents a major exhibition of largely unseen work, centring on John Bellany’s output during his most turbulent period in the 1980s. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 10–4 t 0131 557 1020 I openeyegallerye t @openeyegallerye j THE SCOTTISH GALLERY 16 Dundas St, Edinburgh EH3 6HZ Victoria Crowe: A Certain Light. Aug 2–Sep 1. Modern Master VIII. Aug 2–Sep 1. Catherine Martin: Resonance. Aug 2–Sep 1. *ad Bodil Manz: The Ceramist. Aug 2–Sep 1. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 10–4 t 0131 558 1200 I scottishgallery t @scottishgallery f scottishgallery k SCOTTISH NATIONAL GALLERY The Mound, Edinburgh EH2 2EL Rembrandt: Britain’s Discovery of the Master. Until Oct 14. t 0131 624 6200 l SCOTTISH NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART 75/73 Belford Rd, Edinburgh EH4 3DR Emil Nolde: Colour is Life. Until Oct 21. t 0131 624 6200 m SCOTTISH NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY 1 Queen St, Edinburgh EH2 1JD Victoria Crowe: Beyond Likeness. Until Nov 18. Planes, Trains and Automobiles. Until Jan 13. Showing transportation photographs from the National Galleries of Scotland. t 0131 624 6200 MAP 3 SCOTLAND EDINBURGH e DOUBTFIRE GALLERY 3 South East Circus Place Edinburgh EH3 6TJ Converge – Six Women in Glass. Until Aug 25. For the first time in Edinburgh a collaboration by six women glass artists drawing inspiration from Scottish landscape, elements and heritage, often using pioneering techniques and always an innovative approach. Mon–Fri 10–5, Sat 12–5 t 0131 225 6540 I doubtfiregallery f doubtfiregallery f DOVECOT GALLERY 10 Infirmary St, Edinburgh EH1 1LT Liberty Art Fabrics & Fashion. Until Jan 12. *ad Dovecot celebrates the innovative retailer and design studio Liberty. Featuring over 100 garments and fabrics spanning 140 years, this exhibition explores how textiles bring art into everyday life. Mon–Sat 10.30–5.30, & Thu to 8 in Aug t 0131 550 3660 I dovecotstudios t @DovecotStudios f DovecotStudios g THE FRUITMARKET GALLERY 45 Market St, Edinburgh EH1 1DF Tacita Dean: Woman with a Red Hat. Until Sep 30. This exhibition by acclaimed British artist Tacita Dean takes performance as its theme. daily 11–6 & Aug 3–27 from 10–7 t 0131 225 2383 I fruitmarketgallery t @fruitmarket f fruitmarketgallery h GALLERY TEN 5 William St, Edinburgh EH3 7NG 2018 Festival Exhibition – Wood-works. Until Sep 1. Tim Stead – small sculptures, 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 E 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 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 R OA D COM 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 C RE W E R O A D S OUT H NFI LASST CU R UN I O N S T . L O ND O NS T D . S T P L A C E E P I O S T P L C HA R L OT TE S T D A D T R ET T KING ST Q U E ENS F E S T N O R M B ERLAND S T YORK PL C O W G AT E M AN O R L C E B R O U G H T O N ST O U N G S TR EE T GEO R GE ST R E E T R O S E STREET PRI ES STREET QUE S ET E R IOT R OW F E TTE S R O W L 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 RI S TO N PL 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 L I A M S T MO R RIS O N S T S H AN DW ICK PL A E HE N D E R S N R O W H O LY R W A T E L O O P HIGH TR E ET C T H E M 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 E T RA E BURN P L L E I T H W A L K N I C L SON S N O R T H B R I D G E D UN D A S 1 m l c g b e f h k d i a j l Waverley a &GALLERY 17 Dundas St, Edinburgh EH3 6QG Jonathan Barber: Interlude. Aug 4–29. Jonathan Barber, a contemporary artist based in Edinburgh, creates atmos- pheric abstracted work based around light, darkness, shape, movement and presence. PV Aug 4, 2–4. Tue–Fri 10–5, Sat 10–4 t 07711 285545 I andgallery– t @andgallery_ f b ARUSHA GALLERY 13A Dundas St, Edinburgh EH3 6QG Kate McMillan: The Past is Singing in our Teeth. Until Aug 26. As part of the Edinburgh Art Festival, a gallery-wide installation and video work exploring the power of art to trigger dormant memories. Features sound performances. Mon–Sat 10–5, Sun 1–5 t 0131 557 1412 I ArushaGallery t @ArushaGallery f arushagallery c BIRCH TREE GALLERY 23A Dundas St, Edinburgh EH3 6QQ Ian Scott Massie and Julia Lindstead: Caledonia – Spirit of Place. Aug 3–Sep 1. Ian Scott Massie showcases water- colour paintings and original screen prints based on his Scotland sketching trips. Julia Linstead exhibits hand- blown glass bowls with designs depicting Scottish flora. PV Aug 2. Tue–Fri 11–6, Sat 11–4 t 0131 556 4000 I BirchTreeGalleryEdinburgh f BirchTreeGallery d CHRISTIE’S 5 Wemyss Place, Edinburgh EH3 6DH Fine Art Auctioneers. Mon–Fri 9–5 t 0131 225 4756 10 GALLERIES AUGUST 2018