ART & EXHIBITIONS___LIST_
0 Art is listed by city tirst then by venue, running in alphabetical order. Please send details to Alice Bain not later than to days beiore publication date.
O ANNAN GALLERY 130 West Campbell Street. 221 5087/8. Mon—Fri 9am—5pm Sat 930—1230. General Exhibition runs conﬁnuouﬂy.
O ART GALLERY & MUSEUM, KELVINGROVE 357 3929. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Sun 2—5pm. Restaurant. [D] Voluntary guides are available free of charge to conduct parties or individuals round the main galleries. Contact the enquiry desk.
English Etchers 1880-1940 Until Sun 2 Nov.
Design tor Savings Until Mon 3 Nov. In an exhibition which marks 125 years of National Savings. posters from 1916 to the present illustrate not only the highs and lows of graphic design as it developed this century. but also seventy years of social history. The art ofpersuasion has come in many guises over the years, from an actual killing in Frank Braugwyn‘s First World War poster. ; ‘Put Strength in the Final Blow‘ l (1916) to the overgrown daffodils in Gered Mankowitz ‘Go for Growth‘ seen advertising National Saving this year. It‘s a fascinating exhibition which pinpoints the everyday in advertising and gives it a place in history.
Antarctica: Continent tor Science Until SJan.
Christmas Present. . . Sat 1 Nov—4 Jan.
First World War Artists Sat 8 Nov-20 Jan. From the gallery‘s collection of prints and drawings. Muirhead Bone was appointed the first ever official British war artist in 1916. while James McBey from Aberdeen made a series of unofficial prints while serving in the forces at the Somme. Frank Brangwyn’s work was calculated to stir up war fever, Percy Smith reminds us of the horrors of war and Fred Farrell records the action in France and the factories around the Clyde.
Academics and Revolutionaries Thurs 6 Nov—mid-Jan. Fifty-six paintings, prints and drawings from the gallery‘s collection illustrate the conflict between tradition and innovation in the art ofthe late 19th century. The principles ofthe ‘Old Masters' were championed by artists like Ernest Meissonier and Edwin
Poynter. who produced a highly
photographs of the Gorbals as it has changed over the years, by well-known local photographer Oscar Mazarolli.
O AULO KIRK MUSEUM Cowgate,
Fri 2—5pm; Sat lOam-lpm. 2—5pm. Five Kirkintilloch Artists Sat 8—Sat 29 Nov.
0 THE OURRELL COLLECTION Pollokshaws Road, 649 7151. Mon-Sat 10am—5pm. Sun 2—5pm. Rest. [D]
Lace trom the Burrell Collection Until = end Nov. The delicate art of lacework as collected by Mr Burrell. 8 Europaische Silbertriennale ’86 Wed 3 26 Nov—1 1 Jan.
r O COLLINS GALLERY University of
E Strathclyde, 22 Richmond Street.
3 5524400. Mon—Fri l0am—5pm, Sat 12—4pm.
7 Identity/Desire: Representing the Body 5 Until Fri 31 Oct. Nigel Walsh, the Scottish Arts Council‘s first trainee exhibition organiser. has put together this show which looks at contemporary artists‘ views of the human form. Paintings by Amanda Faulkener and Gwen Hardie, photography by Jo Spence and Boyd Webb. mixed media by Helen
finished picture with a story woven through. Among the challengers were the Impressionists. the Glasgow Boys and the Hague School
with boldly depicted scenes from everyday life.
Tin Glaze and Smoked Lustre Pottery by Allan Caiger-Smith and Aldermaston Pottery 1955-85 Wed 12 Nov—4 Jan.
0 BABBITY BOWSTER 16-18 Blackfriars Street. 552 5055. Daily noon—midnight.
The Changing City Black and white
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The exhibition at the Metro Gallery is tor enthusiasts. Of the sea and especially of boats and ships. Crammed into the tront-shop premises are prawn boats, minesweepers, yachts and ice-breakers. There are . accurately detailed watercolours by _ 39°".so'smp m "9'" meal "39 costs 0' Duncan Munro and romantically tinged j “mm.” "'3 gauew' I". ""3 mm.“ a summertime pastas by phmp ; law ttrm and, appropriately, marine Petherbridge. Ian Robertson otters a 5 sl’weyo's' have added ‘PE'.’ names and visionary view of dockyard scenes 9"" sup?“ '0 me "h'm'on‘
where msty orange buildings sway in I (Alice Bal") ’
i animation and Kate Downie skilfully sketches ships lrom all angles (see illustration).
A year old now, the Metro has begun a modest programme of business
; others. This exhibition will go on
Kirkintilloch. 775 1185. Tue. Thurs. f
Chadwick and Mary Kelly amongst
tour and will next be shown at Aberdeen Art Gallery 6 Dec-3 Jan. It goes on to Crawford Centre for the Arts, St Andrews and the McLaurin Art Gallery, Ayr. .
In Between the Lines, Willie Rodger-A Retrospective Fri 7—Fri 28 Nov. The Collins looks at the work of a local artist. best known for his woodcuts and lino prints. As well as book illustrations, playing cards and
recent projects with stained glass,
the exhibition includes the world of
. Gilmour Whitecross, a character
- O GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART
process of writing is a fascinating one - and there are many unseen steps
: printed page. This exhibition offers
created by Rodger and who has remained private until this time.
0 COMPASS GALLERY 178 West Regent Street. 221 6370. Mon-Sat l0.30am-5.30pm.
Ronald Rae Until Thurs 30 Oct.
0 CYRIL GERBER FINE ART 148 West Regent Street, 221 3095.
General display until 17 Oct. Sholto Johnstone Douglas (1871—1959) Until Sat 8 Nov. A 1 chance discovery by Cyril Gerber led , to this exhibition, the first in ' Scotland for 56 years. Best known for his society portraits. Douglas also studied the landscapes of France and scenes at the races.
0 FINE ART SOCIETY 134 Blythswood Street. 332 4027. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5.30pm. Sat 10am-1pm. Two ofScotland's best-known artists i Sir Robin Philipson and David ' Donaldson will be exhibiting over the next three months at the Scottish branches of the Fine Art Society in Edinburgh and Glasgow. Born within months ofeach other, both painters have combined teaching with successful careers as artists. The Robin Philipson exhibition opens in Edinburgh 27 Nov (to 10Jan), coming to Glasgow 17 Jan (to 10 Feb). The Donaldson exhibition opens in Glasgow on 28 Nov (to 10 Jan) and moves to Edinburgh on 17 Jan (to 10 Feb).
0 GLASGOW ARTS CENTRE 12 ? Washington Street, 221 4526. : Mon—Fri 10am—9pm, Sat and Sun 10—5pm. l 0 GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO 128 ; Ingram Street, 552 0704. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm.
Elspeth Lamb — Crossing the Water 1-26 Nov. Lithographs with chinecolle.
Renfrew Street, 332 9797. Mon—Thurs 9.30am—9pm; Fri E 9.30am—6pm;Sat lOam—noon. 0 NAGGS CASTLE 100 St Andrew’s i Drive. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Sun '
Glasgow‘s childhood museum.
From Cauldron to Cooker Until 8 Jan. 1 ? How to cook in a cauldron. See Kids. j 0 HILLHEAO LIBRARY Open Circle. ‘ 248 Byres Road. 339 7223. Mon,
Tue, Thurs, Fri 9.30am-8pm; Sat 9.30am—5pm and 2—5pm; Closed Wed. Writers Writing Until Sat 15 Nov. The
taken before words arrive on the
a rare glimpse to see behind the scenes of many well—known authors’ work.
‘ List 31 Oct— 13 Nov 25