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O ANNAN GALLERY 130 West Campbell Street. 221 508778. Mon—Fri 9am—5pm Sat 9.30— 12.30. Sats during Dec 9.30am—4pm. Exhibition by regular artists throughout January.

0 THE BURRELL COLLECTION Pollokshaws Road. 6-19 7151 . Mon—Sat 10am-5pm. Sun 2-5pm. Rest. [D]

Animals lrom the Burrell Collection Until 30 Jan. Birds and beasts inhabit I’ollok Park until the end of January. This selection ofdecorative arts from the reserve collection

provides the opportunity tosee

Burrell's menagerie in jade. porcelain. bronze and stone.

0 COLLINS GALLERY University of

Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 552 4-100. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm. Sat 12—4pm.

The German Woodcut in the 20th Century Until Wed 29 Jan. From Kandinsky to Baselitz. the German woodcut has enjoyed popularity with artists throughout the 20th century. As expressionism flourished in response to the social. political and economic instability of the pre-World War One period. the woodcut became used as a means of original artistic expression. Kirchner. Ileckel and Schmidt-Rottlufpresent the harsh realities of the human condition. Kandinsky and Marc were more concerned with symbolism and space. This exhibition follows the woodcut through social and artistic changes in Germany over the past eighty years ending with influential contemporary figures such as Beuys and Baselitz.

0 COMPASS GALLERY 178 West Regent Street. 221 6370. Mon—Sat 10.30am—5.30pm.

O CORNERS GALLERY Gibson Street. 334 6386. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5.30pm. Sat 10am-5pm.

Q Observations Until Fri 31 Jan.

Drawings from the Visual Art Studio. The Studio. available to all school pupils within the Education

I Department. Glasgow Division as an 1 education resource. offers specialist

i tuitionin print making.drawingand painting. The aim is to prepare

students for art school and to assist in

compiling that all-important portfolio. Students ofthe Studio must have a serious commitment to


art as a career- a fact hardly in doubt

as 15",? ofthe intake ofGlasgow

School of Art have been through this

‘centre ofexcellence‘. This exhibition focuses attention on everyday details producing abstracted results.

0 CYRIL GERBER FINE ART 148 West Regent Street. 221 3095. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5.30pm. Sat 9.30am—12.30pm.

The Winter Collection Until end Jan. A collection of paintings by English and a number ofwell-known Scottish painters including Peploe. Cadell. Gillies and Eardley.

O FINE ART SOCIETY 134 Blythswood Street. 332 4027. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5.30pm. Sat 10am-1pm. 19th and 20th Century Scottish Art A general selection of painting on show until end Feb.

0 GLASGOW ARTS CENTRE 12 Washington Street. 221 4526. Mon—Fri 10am—10pm. Sat and Sun 2—5pm.

Due to Strathclyde Region‘s cutbacks there will be no further performances or exhibitions at the Centre from Jan—March. The teaching programme will carry on as usuaL

0 GLASGOW ART GALLERY & MUSEUM, KELVINGROVE 357 3929. Mon—Sat 10am-5pm. Sun 2—5pm. Restaurant. [D] Voluntary guides are available free ofcharge to conduct parties or individuals round the main galleries.

Sculptors’ Drawings Sat 25 Jan—Sun 23 Feb.Includes the work of some 25 contemporary British sculptors. Most ofthe exhibits are ‘working‘ drawings and show something of the process by which they try to get

Ourselves as Others See Us Sat 25 Jan—Sun 9 Mar. Opening on Burns Night. this exhibition goes some way towards answering Burns' wish ‘0 wad some powr the gyftie gie us. To see Oursels as others see us‘. Lighthearted drawings ofeveryday life in Scotland from the mid 18th century onwards, portraits of Scots both celebrated and humble, illustrations to Ramsay. Burns and Walter Scott. kilted Highlanders and ‘greetin‘ Bairns‘ give a sometimes accurate. sometimes sentimentalised and often humorous glimpse ofour forebears. Masked Revel Fri 14 Feb. 8pm—1am. An evening ofentertainment in Kelvingrove‘s grand surroundings. organised to raise funds for the Camphill House Museum of Costume. It is hoped that when fully renovated. the ground floor rooms ofCamphill will be used for exhibitions ofthe fine costume collection ofapproximately 10.000 items. Double tickets cost £15 and will include two free glasses ofwine. a late supper dancing to Glasgow‘s Big Band sound a small auction and a raffle. For further information and tickets contact Liz Arthur on 632 1350. Museum Education Service Until 31 Jan. (See KIDS). 0 GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO 128

closer to a sculptural idea or concept.

Ingram Street. 552 0704. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm.

Peter Wilson Prints and Drawings Until Sat 15 Feb. Peter Wilson makes a bold start to the new year with exhibitions at the Print Studio and at Third Eye Centre running concurrently. There‘s little doubt that his work is a show-stopper for although it follows the figurative tendencies in recent British art it has a witty exuberance not always present in that genre.

0 HAGG’S CASTLE 100 St Andrew‘s Drive. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Sun 2—5pm.

In Search at King Arthur Until 23 Feb. Any young Galahads. Lancelots or Guineveres lurking in the shadows should not miss this chance to find out all about the legendary king and his round-table knights. (See KIDS section).

0 HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY University ofGlasgow. Hillhead Street. 339 8855 ext. 7431. Mon—Fri 10am-5pm. Sat 9.30—1pm.

Main Gallery:

From McTaggartto Eardley Until Fri 25 Jan. Scottish Watercolours and Drawings 1870-1950. Highlighting the important period from the 18705 to the 19505 with nearly 50 watercolours and drawings from the Glasgow University Collection. this exhibition includes Crawhall‘s masterful work on linen. Burns‘ work in tooled gold leafand Eardley‘s pastel on sandpaper. The Mackintosh House Gallery: i Open as above but closed for lunch 11.30am—12.30pm. A reconstruction on three levels of the architect‘s home fitted with his own furniture and decorated according to the original. Printing Techniques A new permanent display illustrating the history and tools of print-making.



At lirst glance, Peter Wilson's work

' (Glasgow Print Studio) seems a riotous

celebration at lite and colour. However at closer inspection, the carnival mood

turns sour. Heads are too big or too

tightly squashed together, hands are

. bizarrely contorted and the intense

i competition between background and

loreground almost hurts the eye. Wilson began as an abstract painter

i in the 1960s but this exhibition tocuses on more recent work from 1979

onwards. ‘The Fitting‘, which he describes as an ‘exorcism‘, is the first in a series oi ligurative paintings which recapture the stilling atmosphere at the gents outiitters where Wilson spent three years belore going to Glasgow School at Art. As the salesman smoothly clasps his victim, the

E customer gesticulates helplessly and

bares his teeth. Birds occupy a peculiar

place in Wilson‘s work: in ‘Origins of

the Airlorce' they are the righttul

l owners ol the skies but elsewhere they

become a malevolent suffocating presence. The artist’s studio at the top at a flour mill in Rutland is lrequently invaded by birds - they even attack his paintings - and he coniessesto

moments at Hitchcockian paranoia. Wilson’s latest pictures are both

considerably larger in scale and

technically more experimental with

huge brush strokes and splodges ot paint. The idea 01 a lragmented society iinds expression not only in the

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collapse oi the narrative style and the lrighteningly random movement 01 objects, but also in isolated bits of anatomy, such as the disembodied teet in ‘Sun-Ha Curtain Over the Street'. A powerful exhibition, not to be missed. (Lucy Ash)

_. M ,_ ,.,____-_._____ l The List 24Jan—6 Feb 29