ART & EXHIBITIONS LIST
mins from Ibrox Underground). 3pm. The day‘s most attractive ﬁxture on paper. and one which has seen a lot of ill-feeling in recent seasons. lt would have been nice if Graham Roberts had stayed at lbrox long enough to come up against Steve Archibald in a league match. but even without the former‘s finesse. Rangers should be able to cope with anything Hibs might throw at them.
I Airdle V Morton Broomfield Park. Airdrie (five mins Airdrie station). 3pm. I Clyde V Fortar Firhill. Glasgow (Buses l. 8. 18. 188.8.131.52 . 89. 90. 208).3pm.
I Clydebank v Falltirlt Kilbowie Park. Clydebank (two mins Singer station). 3pm.
I Meadowbanlt Thistle vAyrUnited Meadowbank. Edinburgh (Buses 4. 5. 15. 26. 34. 35. 42. 46. 43. 44. 45. 51). 3pm.
SKOL CUP THIRD ROUND
I Ties still to be drawn as we go to press- most will take place on the Wednesday at 7.30pm, all will be decided on the night. with extra time and penalties it necessary.
I Hamilton Hamilton Park Racecourse. Hamilton (access via M74). Club £9. Paddock £4.50 (Couples £7). First race 2. 15pm approx. Flat meeting.
I Edinburgh Monarchs v Peterborough Powderhall Stadium. Beaverhall Road. Edinburgh. 7. 15pm. £3.50 inc programme. National League.
I Glasgow Tigers v Berwick Bandits Shawfield Stadium. Rutherglen Road. Glasgow. 7.30pm. £3.50 (£1.50). National League. Highlights of this match will be screened by STV‘s Scotsport on Sunday 21. the first time since 1972 that aScottish speedway match has been televised.and possibly an indication of the sport's growing importance.
I Newtongrange Victoria Park. Newtongrange. nr Edinburgh. 7pm. £2.50 (£1.00). Reach For The Stars Trophies action tonight (Formula 2).
TENNIS Friday 19—Sunday 21
I Lsc Scottish National Championships Giffnock Lawn Tennis Club. Glasgow. These last three days will all include all the finals.
I Art is listed by city lirst then byvenue, running in alphabetical order. Please send details to Alice Bain not later than todays before publication date.
I ANNAN GALLERY 130 West Campbell Street. 221 5087 8. Mon—Fri9am—5pm; Sat 9.30am-12.30pm.
f62h7l8Summer Exhibition Until end Aug. A tour of Scotland inoils. watercolours and pastels. Showing at the same time are new continental scenes by George Aguilar.
I ART GALLERY & MUSEUM, KELVINGROVE 3573929. Mon—Sat 10am—5pszun 1—5pm. Cafe. [D] Voluntary guides are available free ofcharge to conduct parties or individuals round the main galleries. Contact the enquiry desk.
Flowers and Gardens Until September. Horticultural ﬂowerings — works on paper and oils from the permanent collection. including Mackintosh. Peploe and Mac'l‘aggart.
Mr Wood's Fossils Until 31 August. The story of Stan Wood's indefatigable hunt to ferret out fossils — including those ofthe world's earliest complete amphibians.
A Right Royal Reception Until 26 Sept. The royal reception room for the 1888 Glasgow International Exhibition is reconstructed as the centrepiece for this centenary celebration display.
Stephen Wiltshire Until 28 Aug. Wiltshire is a young boy- who suffers from autism. but who has struggled through that disease to communicate with his accutcly observed architectural drawings.
I BARCLAY LENNIE FINE ART 203 Bath Street. 2265413. Mon-Fri 10am—5pszat lllam— 1 pm.
Summer Exhibition Works by Walton. l.avery. Fergusson and others. Also contemporary paintings by Forrest. Scouller. Hood etc.
I BLYTNSWOOO GALLERY 161 West George Street. 226 5529. Mon—Fri 10am—5.30pm; Sat lllam—lpm.
Mixed Exhibition L'ntil end August. Glasgow School. Scottish Colourists and contemporary artists.
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Mon-Fri 9.30am—5.30pm; Sat 9.30am—12.30pm
I THE BURRELL COLLECTIONPollokshaws Road. 649 7151. Mon—Sat 10am-5pm;Sun 2—5pm. Rest. [D] Flower Pots Until 30 Oct. Not for your geraniums. These are very special Chinese pots decorated with ﬂowers and plants. Items from the 11th right up to the 19th century. Hanging Gardens at Central Asia Until 28 September. Not so much gardens as 18th and 19th century embroidered bedspreads from Central Asia whose beautifully intricate ﬂoral designs continue the prevalent horticultural theme for the Garden Festival. Concerts 26 Aug and 7 Sept. 12.30pm in the Lecture Theatre. £1.50. Phone 649 7151 for details. I COLLINS GALLERY University of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 552 4400ext 2682/2416. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sat 12—4pm. Danish Graphic Art 19 Aug—22 Sept. Danish graphic art has been brought courtesy of the Danish Cultural lnstitute. Over twenty living artists present an artform which has widespread popularity in Denmark both commercially and experimentally. I COMPASS GALLERY 178 West Regent Street. 221 6370. Mon-Sat 10am—5.30pm. New Generation Artists Until end Aug. For nineteen years Cyril Gerber has been showing a post-degree show of work by some of Scotland‘s most promising students. The 1988 show has an overall safeness and lack ofexperimentation and there are but few glimmers of real promise. However. several do stand out. Alison Reid‘s glossy Magpie. Simon Alexander‘s ‘sophisticated naive‘ printsof Africa and Maree Meahan's sheep hung with barbed wire are among the best. I COOPER RAY RARE BOOKS 203 Bath Street. 226 3074. Floral Engravings Throughout summer. An exhibition oforiginal hand-coloured ﬂoral engravings dating from 1787. I CYRIL GERBER FINE ART 148 West Regent Street. 221 3095. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5.30pm; Sat 9.30am—12.30pm. Festival Exhibition Throughout summer. 20th century artists including Joan Eardley. Meninsky. Nash. Elizabeth Blackadder. Gillies. Anne Redpath and James Cowie. I EXHIBITION CENTRE STATION (formerly Finnieston Station) Finnieston. Scotrail Mural Open now for Garden Festival Traffic. Glasgow artist Willie Rodger tells the story ofFinnieston's changing fortunes in a huge mural consisting of 29 enamel panels. Commissioned by Scot Rail. I FINE ART SOCIETY 134 Blythswood Street. 332 4027. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5.30pm: Sat 10am—1pm. Victoria Crowe - Corinth to Carlops Until 6 Sept. Victoria Crowe has her first solo show appropriately in a year when gardens are to the fore in Glasgow. Her careful paintings of ﬂower and hill represent nature with detailed precision. Here. her work splits between studies made at her home in the hills of Midlothian and the
vivid landscapes of Greece. I FINLAYSTONE SCULPTURE Finlaystone Estate. Langbank (near Grecnock). Open daily. Sculpture Exhibition Until end Aug. Three young sculptors have been working on the estate for a month and this exhibition is the result. Graham Fagen. Steven Hurrel and David McMillan. all graduates of Glasgow School of Art. have been inspired by the grounds of Finlaystone in the making oftheir work. I GLASGOW ARTS CENTRE 12 Washington Street. 221 4526. Mon—Fri 10am—8pm; Sat 10—3pm. Summer Exhibition Until 3 Sept. Work by members of Glasgow Arts Centre classes. Photography. painting and weaving. I GLASGOW GAROEN FESTIVAL Princes Dock. opposite Scottish Exhibition Centre . 429 8855. Until 26 Sept. 7 days 10am-9pm (last admission 1 hour before closing). Day tickets £5. U840. OAPS £4. children 5—16 £2.50. under 5s free. Sculpture The Glasgow Garden Festival includes plenty of sculpture reclining amongst the ﬂower beds. though the most difficult part is seeking it out. Get hold ofa free copy of the National Galleries‘ useful little leaﬂet before you go which has a map. numbered locations and descriptions. Available from the National Gallery. the NPG. the GMA and major art centres. The latest and final addition to the sculpture in the Festival's collection is Richard Groom’s giant ﬂoating sculpture which now rests face up on the waterof Festival Harbour. Festival 88 Art Competition Until end Sept. Artists were invited to submit work to compete for the £1 .000 worth of prizes to be had in this Garden Festival exhibition. Selected works from the submission have been hung in Fichtelmann's Restaurant and Harbour Bar in the festival site. The rest have been hung at the WASPS Gallery in the Craft Village and can be seen for the duration of the Festival. Prizewinners were. Dorothy Black. Eveleen Wright. Carolyn Boyd. Janet Melrose. Andrew Sneddon and Vicki Cassidy. Art in the Garden A beautifully produced volume with photographs of the Glasgow Garden Festival sculpture in the making and on site. If you want something more substantial to accompany a sculptural tour ofthe site. this is the book to get. Richard Deacon. Michelangelo Pistolelto. Eduardo Paolozzi. Shona Kinloch. George Wyllie and William Turnbull et al are set in luxurious black and white and contributions in writing include essays by critic Richard Cork and French garden specialist Yves Abrioux. The book is edited and produced by Graeme Murray for the Glasgow Garden Festival and is sold at the Festival and bookshops at £8.50; £9.50. including postage and packing. from Graeme Murray Gallery. Edinburgh. 031 556 6020. Artis The commercial arts group A rtis has selected 13 Scottish artists to be exhibited in the much-publicised baronial tnanor by Wimpcy l lomes at the Glasgow Garden Festival. John Taylor. Dominic Snyder. Joseph L'rie. Sandy Moffat and Derek Roberts are atnong those showing in this upper-yuppie domestic setting. For further information about A RTlS or the Festival exhibition call 031 556 7546. I GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO 22 King Street. 5520704. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm. Avant Garden Until 3 Sept. Print Studio members and invited artists were asked to make something special to show under this theme. Peter Howson has four suspicious characters looking through a hedge and Vicki Cassidy. just newly graduated from college has a more gentle butterﬂy-and-bee approach. ()ver40 artists have taken part in this garden show. Workshops The studio workshops have reopened in their new premises and are now available for artists‘ use. Membership application forms are available from the
54 The List 19— 25 August 1988