0 Art is listed by city ilrst then by venue, running in alphabetical order. Please send details not laterthan 10 days belore publication date.


O ANNAN GALLERY 130 West Campbell Street. 221 5087/8. Mon—Fri 9am—5pm Sat 9.30—12.30. General Exhibition runs continuously.


10am—5pm. Sun 2—5pm. Restaurant.

[1)] Voluntary guides are available free oi‘charge to conduct parties or individuals round the main galleries. Contact the enquiry desk.

French Prints and Drawings Sat 28 June—Mon 8 Sept.

James Gillray the Caricaturist 1756—1815 Until Sun 10Aug. In the first decade of the 19th century. Gillray dominated the field of English caricature and is now considered one ofthe outstanding political satirists oiall time. This exhibition oisixtyctchings. aquatints and engravings has been organised by the British Museum in London and shows Gillray's mocking finger pointed in the direction of those in the limelight of the time George 111. Mrs Fitzherbert. Napoleon and Pitt.

0 BABBITY BOWSTER 16—18 Blacki‘riars Street. 552 5055. Daily noon—midnight.

Ronnie Forbes Until Mon 30June. A strange view of life cast away. Robbie McRuse. the main character of the paintings. lives in aquamarine blue and gets up to all sorts ofjapes. Richard Demarco’s Watercolours will be on show duringJuly.

0 THE BURRELL COLLECTION Pollokshaws Road. 649 7151. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Sun 2—5pm. Rest. [1)]

Lace from the Burrell Collection Until end June. The delicate art of lacework as collected by Mr Burrell. O COLLINS GALLERY University of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street, 552 4400. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm. Sat I2—4an

’l‘he (Tollins Gallery will be closed during .lune for refurbishment. Tierra Y Libertad - Photographs oi Mexico 1900—1935 Until Sat 23 Aug (closed Fri 18—Mon 21 July inclusive). Reflecting the title ‘Land and Liberty". this exhibition shows the aspirations of the Mexican Revolution. Drawn from the 40.000 glass negatives of the Casasola Archive. it gives a view of Mexican

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society and political life during the period of transition from the oligarehy of President Diaz to the ; painful emergence of a modern industrial state in the 19205 and 19305.l l

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

New Generation Artists Until end Aug (closed during the Glasgow Trades Holidays plus one week). Graduates from the four Scottish art colleges hot from the degree shows at the end ofterm 1986.

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

Recent Works Until Sat 26 July. Paintings by Gavin McEvinney. John McLaughlin and jewellery by David Hempstead.

O CYRIL GERBER FINE ART 148 West Regent Street. 221 3095.

Mon—Fri 9.30am—5.30pm. Sat 9.30am—12.30pm.

Recent Acquisitions - Scottish 20th century paintings Throughout July and Aug. Closed 19 July—7 Aug.

0 FINE ART SOCIETY 134 Blythswood Street. 332 4027. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5.30pm. Sat 10am—1pm.


Mary Armour exhibition beginning Aug.

0 GLASGOW ARTS CENTRE 12 Washington Street. 221 4526. Mon—Fri 10am—9pm. Sat and Sun 10—5pm.

Classwork Until Fri 22 Aug. Products ofthe Arts Centre's busy

' programme of art classes held I throughout the vear.

0 GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO 128 Ingram Street. 552 0704. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm.

‘li everything was said’ - Prints and drawings by Roberto Fernandez Fri 1 1 July—Sat 2 Aug. A Spanish realist artist who spends three months of every year in Edinburgh.

0 GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART Renirew Street. 332 9797.

Stepping into the iirst part at the ‘Hotbed oi Genius', an exhibition set to illuminate the cerebral achievements oi eighteenth century Scotland, now known as the ‘Scottish Enlightenment', is a bit like crossing the threshold Into a chamber oi horrors, or a iuniair ghost train. It's gloomy, it’s narrow, there’s the odd group oi iigures round the V corner. But here the comparison stops. The purpose oi this display is to open not close your eyes.

A cordless, tapeless headset takes you through the corridors oi ore-Enlightenment High Street Closes to the rooms oi ordered Georgian architecture with a play specially written by Alistair Moiiat, which includes characterised conversations between all the leading men oi the day. Uniortunately, this unusual idea is slightly dimmed by the lack oi relevant visual stimulation in the slickIy-made but sparse installation-the headsets

which magically pick up the correct soundtrack ior each section by inira-red light bulbs above doors and the U.V. light ilooding the enlightened years (and all visitors) may prove to distract irom the subject at hand.

The theatricalities and atmospherics disappear in the second hall at the show. Upstairs a more conventional, academic iormat oi portraits, labels, objects and books begins with the philosopher David Hume and ends with the French Revolution and the American War at Independence, two oi the events which saw the demise oi this golden age.

The exhibition is divided into sections, whcih describe and illustrate the brainwork and talents oi men like Adam Smith, another philospher, James Hutton, geologist, farmer and industrialist and Sir William Hamilton, collector oiart and arbiter oi taste.

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Mon—Thu rs 9.30am—9pm. Fri 9.30am—6pm. Sat l0am—noon. O HAGGS CASTLE 100 St Andrew‘s Drive. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Sun 2—5an Yesterday’s Children Until Sun 28 i Sept. See Kids page 19. O HILLHEAO LIBRARY ()pen (‘ircle l Gallery. 348 Byres Road. 339 7223. Mon. Tue. Thurs. Fri 9.30am-8pm. ,_ Sat 9.30am— 1 pm and 2-5pm. Closed W'ed. O HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY University of Glasgow. Ilillhead Street. 330 5431. Mon—Fri * 9.30am—5pm. Sat 9.30— 1 pm. , Print Gallery: Town and Country-The Social Scene in Scotland 1850—1920 Until 9 Aug. Nostalgic. bucolic scenes from the 19th century by artists such as Horatio McCullough move to the nostalgia of urban life as depicted by Sam Bough. This exhibition. through the work of well-known artists such as Muirhead Bone. i Mc'l’aggart and Guthrie and the j lesser-known chosen for their part in l the documentary. allows history to i take precedence over art. ; The Mackintosh House Gallery: ' ()pen as above but closed for lunch : l2.30—1.30pm. A reconstruction of the architect's home fitted with 3 original furniture. A selection of * Mackintosh Metalwork will be on T display until August. = 0 HUNTERIAN MUSEUM The University of Glasgow. 339 8855. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5pm. Sat

9.30am— 1 pm. 'I‘wice named Museum 5

; oi‘the Year. the llunterian

= (‘ollection includes objects ranging

:, i‘rom (‘aptain Cook‘s Pacific

; treasures to the Bearsden Shark.

Archaeology’s Action Men Until Sat 26

3 July. An exhibition illustratingthe

' work oi‘the (‘entral Excavation Unit

; showing how archaeologists ‘read‘ the landscape to discover history.

0 IMAGES GALLERY 74 Hyndland Road. 334 5311.

Mixedexhibition oi'etchings and

prints regularly shown.

0 JD. KELLY GALLERY 118 Douglas

Street. 248 6386. Mon—Fri

10.30am—5.30pm. Sat mam—12.30pm

The gallery will be closed until Sat 2

' Aug.


i Milngavie. 956 2351. 'l’ue—Fri 11am—5pm and 7--9pm. Sat and Sun


Permanent collection will be on

i showuntilendJuly. Frank Higgins

will be working at the gallery 26

July—16 Aug asartist-in-residence

and will be available on Wed. Fri.

Sat and Sun.

0 MAIN FINE ART'I'he Studio Gallery.

: 16 GibsonStreet. 334 8858. 'l‘ue—Sat

10am—5pm. Sun 2—5pm.

1 Brian Ballard Until Sat l2July. New paintings from Belfast. Strong.

painterly brushstrokes by an artist in full control of his rich palette. Scottish Contemporary Painting Mon

3 14 July—Sat 2 Aug. A general

selection of work.


Western Road 3390737. 'l'ues— Sat

10.30am 5pm.

Mixed Exhibition Until end Aug.

Prints and paintings from

contemporary Scottish artists.