ART / Gallery openings
Tuesday 25 January 1994
BRITISH MUSEUM Victorian illustrated books. Mulready, Maclise et al. 28 Jan-24 Apr. And Italian Old Master drawings. Michelangelo, Raphael and others. 28 Jan-24 Apr. Also Himalayan and Japanese art. 28 Jan-17 Apr. Great Russell St, WC1 (071- 636 1555). Mon-Sat 10.00-5.00, Sun 2.30-6.00; free.
MALL GALLERIES National print exhibition. The first ever, organized by the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers and the Federation of British Artists. The Mall, SW1 (071- 930 6844). 26 Jan-5 Feb. Daily 10.00-5.00.
NATIONAL GALLERY Claude. Sublime pastoral views by the father of the European landscape tradition. 26 Jan-10 Apr; pounds 3, conc pounds 1.50. And A newly acquired David goes on display. Trafalgar Sq, WC2 (071-839 3321). Mon-Sat 10.00-6.00, Sun 2.00-6.00.
ROYAL ACADEMY Life drawings by Secondary school students. Piccadilly, W1 (071- 439 7438). 28 Jan-12 Mar. Daily 10.00-6.00; free.
SAATCHI GALLERY Young British Artists III. Simon Callery, Simon English and Jenny Saville. 98a Boundary Rd, NW8 (071- 624 8299). 28 Jan to Jun. Fri-Sun 12.00-6.00.
ST PAUL'S SCHOOL Installation by artist / lecturer Brian McCann. Lonsdale Rd, SW13 (081-748 9162). 28 Jan-25 Feb. Mon-Fri 9.00- 5.00; free.
TRICYCLE GALLERY The battle of Til- Tuba. Installation by Pat Kaufman. 269 Kilburn High Rd, NW6 (071-328 1000). 24 Jan- 26 Feb. Mon-Sat 10.30-10.30; free.
AROUND THE COUNTRY
BATH Victoria Art Gallery Drawings by 18 contemporary sculptors. Joseph Beuys, Anish Kapoor, Eduardo Chillida and others. Pulteney Bridge (0225 461111). 25 Jan-12 Mar. Mon-Fri 10.00-5.30, Sat 10.00-5.00; free.
EDINBURGH Fruitmarket Gallery Three artists: Graeme Todd, Ross Sinclair and Michael Windle - from lyrical abstracts to video-based installations. 29 Market St (031- 225 2383). 25 Jan-19 Feb. Tue-Sat 10.30-5.30.
LIVERPOOL Tate Gallery Mixed-media installation by Ann Hamilton entitled 'mneme' which explores the idea of memory. Albert Dock (051-709 3223). 25 Jan-6 Mar. Tue-Sun 10.00-6.00.
MANCHESTER Castlefield Gallery Zadok Ben-David. New sculpture works. 5 Campsfield Avenue Arcade, off Deansgate (061-832 8034). 25 Jan-27 Feb. Tue-Fri 10.30- 5.00, Sat 12.00-5.00, Sun 12.00-4.30.
AGNEW'S Emma Sergeant. Moody new paintings on the theme of 'Orpheus and the Underworld.' 43 Old Bond St, W1 (071- 629 6176). 26 Jan-18 Feb.
ANNELY JUDA FINE ART Gwen Hardie. Recent paintings and sculpture. 23 Dering St, W1 (071-629 7578). 28 Jan-5 Mar. Mon-Fri 10.00-6.00, Sat 10.00-1.00.
PARK LANE HOTEL World of Watercolours fair. Piccadilly, W1 (081- 742 1611). 26-30 Jan. Wed-Fri 11.00-8.00, Sat- Sun 11.00-7.00; pounds 6.
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