with a performer through the streets of Edinburgh. Route may include staircases, steep hills and uneven surfaces. Booking essential.

MARY CAMERON: LIFE IN PAINT City Art Centre, Sat 2 Nov–Sun 15 Mar, venue/city-art-centre Work by the Edinburgh-born artist Mary Cameron (1865–1921) who went from painting genre scenes in Scotland to large-scale landscapes of Spain.

SHELLY TREGONING: NEW PAINTINGS Arusha Gallery, Thu 7–Thu 21 Nov, New paintings and monoprints from the Mauritius-born artist. EDINBURGH ART FAIR Corn Exchange, Thu 21–Sun 24 Nov, The chance to peruse and pick up artwork from 60+ exhibitors from the UK and the rest of Europe. Thousands of pieces by 20th and 21st century artists are on offer, and there’s also a fully licenced café and bar.

LEONARDO DA VINCI: A LIFE IN DRAWING The Queen’s Gallery, Fri 22 Nov– Sun 15 Mar, gallery-palace-of-holyroodhouse Exhibition in celebration of the life and work of the great artist and scientist, showcasing drawings that span the breadth of Da Vinci’s interests. See preview, page 133, MAY MORRIS: ART AND LIFE Dovecot Studios, Thu 28 Nov–Sat 14 Mar, An overview of the work of May Morris (1862–1938), younger daughter of William Morris and one of the central figures of the Arts and Crafts movement.

OUT OF TOWN ALBERTA WHITTLE: HOW FLEXIBLE CAN WE MAKE THE MOUTH Dundee Contemporary Arts, until Sun 24 Nov, Alberta Whittle embarks on her first major solo exhibition, concerned with healing, writing, breath and orality.



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THREE AGES POETRY SLAM Tron Theatre, Sun 7 Apr, BASMA ALSHARIF: A PHILISTINE CCA, until Sun 15 Dec, cca-glasgow. Three teams of poets go head-to- org Work examining the multiple head in this poetry slam competition, meanings and geographical etymology of divided up into age categories the word ‘Philistine’. ‘Teens’n’Twenties’, ‘Thirtysomethings’ and ‘Old Enough to Know Better’. YURI SUZUKI: FURNITURE MUSIC Hosted by Robin Cairns. The Lighthouse, until Mon 6 Jan, An installation using domestic objects to make sounds. Part of Sonica 2019. LINDA MCCARTNEY RETROSPECTIVE Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, until Sun 12 Jan, Exhibition of photographs taken by Linda McCartney during the 1960s, curated by Paul, Mary and Stella McCartney.

ALEX IMPEY The Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, Fri 15 Nov–Sun 23 Feb, gla. Glasgow-based artist whose practice is in drawing, sculpture and writing. EDINBURGH

STREET LEVEL OPEN Street Level Photoworks, until Sun 24 Nov, streetlevelphotoworks. org Work by new and established photographers who are either based in Scotland or who were living there when the work was made.

GARRY FABIAN MILLER: MIDWINTER BLAZE Ingleby Gallery, until Fri 20 Dec, The newest exhibition from the experimental photographer. MOUTH OF A SHARK Edinburgh Printmakers, until Sun 5 Jan, A new exhibition featuring artists from

THE LUXURY OF TIME National Museum of Scotland, until Sun 26 Jan, A display on the history of early British clock making. THE ITALIAN CONNECTION City Art Centre, until Sun 24 May, city-art-centre An exploration of the creative links between Scotland and Italy, which have existed for hundreds of years. Featured artists include Allan Ramsay, EA Walton, FCB Cadell, Joan Eardley, Eduardo Paolozzi and Elizabeth Blackadder.

RSA 193RD ANNUAL EXHIBITION Royal Scottish Academy, Sat 2 Nov– Wed 11 Dec, royalscottishacademy. org Scotland’s most extensive exhibition of contemporary art and architecture returns. MYRIAM LEFKOWITZ: WALK, HANDS, EYES Talbot Rice Gallery, Sat 2 Nov–Sat 1 Feb, A one-to-one walk

Yuri Suzuki: Furniture Music

XXX ZADIE XA: CHILD OF Xxxx Xxxx MAGOHALMI AND THE ECHOS OF CREATION, 2019 Tramway, Glasgow, until Sun 15 Dec, tramway. org The Korean-Canadian artist creates a sub-aquatic environment inspired by Korean creation myths. NOW: KATIE PATERSON, DARREN

ALMOND, SHONA MACNAUGHTON AND LUCY RAVEN Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern One), until Sun 31 May, The final NOW show highlights the work of Scottish artist Katie Paterson, who’s known for collaborating with specialists in science. See review, page 131.

HELLO, ROBOT V&A Dundee, Sat 2 Nov– Sun 23 Feb, Dundee Exhibition exploring how popular culture has influenced our understanding of robots, artificial intelligence and the blurring line between human and machine. See feature, page 132. HAL FISCHER: GAY SEMIOTICS

AND OTHER WORKS Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow, Fri 15 Nov–Sat 13 May. glasgowlife. Works from the American artist who documented the gay culture of 1970s San Francisco. See preview, page 133. SCOTLAND’S PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM: THE

MACKINNON COLLECTION Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, Sat 16 Nov–Sun 16 Feb, Photographs representing Scottish life and identity from the 1840s through the 1940s, a century marked by transformation and innovation. See preview, xxxx page 133.


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