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Hunterian Art Gallery University of Glasgow

HILL & ADAMSON 29 April—24 June 1989 (Print Gallery)

RECORDING MACKINTOSH The Photography of T. & R. Annan & Sons 29 April onwards (Mackintosh House Gallery) Mon-Fri 9.30-5pm; Sat 9.30am—1pm Admission Free Tel: 041 330 5431

Mackintosh House closed 12.30—1.30pm (50p charge afternoons and Saturday mornings)

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Mon—Sat mam—4.30pm and evenings when performances. Cafe.

A Vision ot Sutlering and Salvation Until 27 May. Recent paintings and drawings by Alan Wilson. This is the (ilasgow artist‘s first solo show which sees him concentrating on religious ideas and images.

I OPEN EYE GALLERY 75 Cumberland Street. 557 1020. Mon—Fri l0am—(ipm.Sat l0am—4pm.

Sun and Snow Until 1 June. Reinhard Behrens has been spending time in Spain of late hence the sunnier element in these recent paintings. llis home base in Fife is suitably represented by snow. Behrens‘ precise and very distinctive style is always worth looking out for.

Fine Lines Until 1 June. Ceramics by Caroline Atkinson. Louise Darby. lilainc Dick. Judith (iilmour and Sasha Wardell. Malcolm Morris Until 1 June. A displaon jewellery.

The Bordeaux Collection Limit 1 June. Original prints ofgreat wine chateaux by seven artists.

I PORTFOLIO GALLERY AT PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP 43 ('andlcmaker Row. 220 1911. Wed—Sat Ham—5.30pm.

Shadow oi Heaven Until 27 May. Edinburgh-based photographer Patricia MacDonald is so captivated by the Scottish landscape that she flies up in aeroplanes to take pictures of it. Her first one-woman show is toured by the Photographers (iallery in London and reveals unexpected shapes and patterns in the landscape.

Workshops Contact the gallery soon for details about prices and availability of these and other workshops:

Cibachrome Printing 21 May. 1 lam—5pm. Coinciding with Shadow ofllt'aven (see above). this workshop will demonstrate how to select and transform your slides into colour prints using simple equipment and methods.

Gum-bichromate Workshop 24 May. A unique opportunity to learn this exciting historical process. This workshop will be of interest to photographers. printmakers and those looking to expand their use of photography.

I PORTRAIT GALLERY Queen Street. 556 8921. Mon—Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 2—5pm. Old Closes and Streets ot Glasgow L'ntil 7 July. Between “<68 and 1871 Thomas Annan compiled a photographic record of Glasgow‘s old city around the I ligh Street and Saltmarket. He had been specially commissioned to take the photographs before a substantial programme ofslum clearance was put into action. The result is a celebrated collection of images of poverty and over-crowding. but also of striking beauty.

I PRINTMAKERS WORKSHOP GALLERY 23 Union Street. 557 2479. Mon—Sat l()am—5.30pm.

Salt Sea Fossil Sea Until 27 May. (iwyneth Leech collects large quantities of sea-borne plastics from Clyde coast beaches and uses them in her drawings. prints and installations to make powerful statements about our abuse of the environment. One such installation is being made specially for the Printmakers Workshop and it will be on display alongside her paintings and prints.

I OUEEN'S HALL Clerk Street. Box Office 6682019. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Cafe. People and Places in Paint and Print Until 3 June. Claire llellewell exhibits coloured linocuts. etchings and portraits. The Edinburgh born artist uses friends as subjects for her portraits and aims tobring out their character and individuality. ller extensive travels have inspired her to use a range of topics from witchdoctors to Chinese street scenes. I RIAS 15 Rutland Square. 229 7205. Mon—Fri 9.30am-5pm. RIAS Dunedin Award tor Architecture 18 May—l June. The prize—winning projects from practices throughout Scotland.


Blackfriars Church. Blackfriars Street (off High Street). 5570707. Mon—Sat l0.30am—(ipm. Student Art Auction is May. 6pm. The works of 50 student artists on the theme of ‘Survival in the liighties' will be on offerin aid of the National Art Collection Fund. Six Artists lrom Benjamin Rhodes Gallery Until 3 June. The artists iii question from the London gallery are liilecn Cooper. Pam Skclton. Zadok Ben David. David McNae-Boyne. Tricia (iillman and Christopher ('ook.

I ROYAL BOTANIC GARDEN 552 7171. (iardens Mon—Sat 9ain-—sunsct ; Sun

llam» sunset. Plant houses and exhibitions (mounted in lnvcrleitli llouse) Mon- Sat 10am-5pm; Sun I lam—5pm. Due to renovation of liiverleith l louse. there will be no exhibitions at the Botanic (iardcii until further notice.

I ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY The Mound. 225 (1671. Mon—Sat IIIitm-Yipm. Sun 2-6pm.

163rd Annual Exhibition t'niil 15 July. It‘s time once again for this major displayof painting. sculpture and architecture. this year sponsored by the solicitors Maclay. Murray & Spens. 497 exhibits were selected out of a total of 1300entriesto represent the best of contemporary art in Scotland.

I SCOTTISH CRAFT CENTRE 140 ('anongatc. 556 8 l 3(i. Slim-~81” 9.30am-5.30pm.

Always on display and available for purchase is the broad range of work by the Centre's 300 members.

I THE SCOTTISH GALLERY 94 ( ieorge Street. 225 5955. IVIUll-I‘Ti lilaiii—(ipszat 10am- lprn. Closed 22 May.

The McGrigor Donald Sculpture Prize 19—31 May. A selection of the entrants including the recently announced winner of Britain's biggest prize for sculptors. Fantasy Paintings limit 31 May. Watercolours drawing on myth and legend by Mary Maclver. an ex-liiiglish teacher who has developed her painting since retiring.

Into the Light tintil 31 May. New screcnprints by Alastair Mack making use of pure colour and bold shapes.

New Acquisitions l fntil 31 May. The gallery has acquired several works from nine major artists including Joan Iiardlcy. Iiduardo l’aolozzi and Adrian Wiszniewski.

New Jewellery and Embroidery Until 31 May. ('atherine Mannheim deals with inlaid metalwork. Jennifer I lcx creates embroidered landscapes.

I SCOTTISH PHOTOGRAPHS WORKS 14a Nelson Street. 556 4017 (phone for appointment).

Scottish Photographers A gallery representing the most exciting contemporary Scottish photographers. There is a permanent print holding giving a varied display. On sale from the gallery is David Williams' book Pictures From No Mun 's Lam! and the Raymond Moore photogravure entitled Ayr 1979.

I SCOTTISH RECORD OFFICE West Register I louse. ('harlotte Square. Mon—Fri 9aiii—4.30pm.

Strange Revolutions Scotland 1688-89 Until the summer.

I STEP GALLERY 39 llowe Street. 556 1613. Mon—Fri Ham—5.30pm; Sat 11am-4pm.

Intimate Images Until 28 May. Two Dumfriesshire artists join forces in this exhibition ofetchings and ceramics. David Sinclair has in recent years been involved in developing printing techniques. so his contribution here veers on the side of graphic images more than painting. Flower studies. nudes. domestic still lives and favourite landscapes are all interpreted. Archie McCall‘s ceramics are all reduction fired stoneware with gold lustre additions applied in a third firing.

I STILLS GALLERY 105 High Street. 557 ll40. Tue—Sat Ham—5.30pm.

A Post-Classical Landscape Until l7June.

52 The List 19 May— 1 June 1989