ART & EXHIBITIONS LIST
I THE INN ON THE GREEN RESTAURANT23 Greenside Street, 554 0165. Mon-Fri
12pm—3pm&6.30pm—llpm;Sat 6.30pm—11pm. . . . George Birreil Until 26 Nov. Townscapes Stills Gallery, Edinburgh, , ' if 2 " “sf ~ ’ if;
and landscapes to enjoy whilst you dine, These days, insurance companies organised by Art Hire Scotland. demand assurances which, even n
I INTERDEC GALLERY Maryhili Burgh
“811.24 Gairbmd Avc‘ 946 5912 altered in good iaith, the mathematics Alghan Collection Until 21 Oct. Traditional 0' Siai'sma'w "Mm" 5”“3'
kiIims, carpets and rugs collected in the behavlom render meaning'ess; "hue East by Guri le Riche, a frequent visitorto Venues“ I0 9'“ blond ate
Kabul in recent years. accompanied by equally urgent
I JOHN GREEN FINE ART 203 Bath Street. requests not to give blood it one is in 221 6025- Mon-Fri mam-5pm: Sat certain high-risk groups. Such briet “lam-1pm. encounters with business and health
19th & 20th century British and Continental oils and watcrcolours. bureaucracies are reminders oi a crisis
. KELLY GALLERY 118 Douglas Street 248 which continues alter iood scares have
6386. Mon—Sat 10,3oam_2pm, replaced Aids in the short attention
2.30pm—5.30pm. spans oi governments, media hacks ‘ V .
Conrad r. McKenna and Others Until 30 and anxious parents; so is ‘Bodies ol ' . ‘ R g.-- ,a» . g A Sept. Recent works. mainly watercolours, Experience’, now at the StIllS Gallery. ' - Lt " ‘J ‘ 50m“ 0‘ whim MCKana "ceded ‘0 The last art exhibition I saw dealing 9 - i ’43" . ﬂir‘t’ﬁhc'xiugi‘t‘i’gfrs with Aids was a show oi ieeble pastels
Grant Robert McTavish 7—21 Oct. Work by 0'3"“ “Miami "‘9 “mm!
from the recent recipient of the Arthur swamped by leaﬂets and an
Young scholarship, inlormative video, were patronising
I uncsms GALLERY 26—28 Battlefield aotlnron ltllered through art history.
Road. 649 8888. Mon—Sat 9am—5 .30pm. remote lrom any imaginable
Drawinus and Paintinot by Stephen Conroy experience at Aids victims. ‘Guardian’
m "m" “’3” Um“ 20 0“ Work readers were warned against believing
completed by the pair whilst they were still scare smﬂes in "me sun'.
students goes on show alongside that of . other ex-Glasgow students. Ms Watt The “m?” 0' audios 0' I recently created a furore with her portrait Expeﬂence " a suengm "ﬁnanced by
of the Queen Mum whom she insisted on the catalogue ' is that the “"393 OI
painting ‘without a stupid hat on her Aids suiierers are clearly heard, head.‘ Shocker! _ individual and diverse. One enters with I LILLIE ART GALLERY Station Road, a generaI awareness of the impact at
Milngavie. 956 2351. Tue—Fri 11am—5pm Aids upon the gay community, at the and 7Pm'9Pmi 5‘“ 3"“ 5"” ZPm‘SPm- useiulness oi Aids to conservative
Closed Monda s. .
New British Embyroidery Until 1 Oct. The "'eiudices' "I “9'39"” °' Aids
work of recent graduates from the British "mummy at Odds “"1 any rational
Art Schools that have an Embroidery unnemlandlngi one leaves havmg . 3.1.:
Department. encountered a range at particular .
Printino on Patten Victoria Cassidv 8—29 experiences. It the texts occasionally OCF' Recent lithographs from the outweigh "‘9 Images, "'9 "mulls I" John Cole’s photo-mural is a mere Boot and Crispin Hughes. Both involve Edmburgh P““‘m“k°" Performed 0" h" the contributions at Frank Ainsworth I r i i r I r d i d own handmade paper. 6 Anna Amone mm" the assen ragmen ,un mag. nat ve y presen e , serous attempts to transcen
I MAIN FINE ART Michael Main Gallery 3" ° V at a long-term protect. Arabella journalism, to provide visual and The Studio Gallery, 16 and 34 Gibson "‘9 0mm” “mums "mm" Which “'93 Plouviez unconvincingly relormulates metaphors tor a virus most potently Strcct- Both galleries on 334 8858 and sudden” become mmmmawv 3"“ drug-users’ experiences through the imagined and presented as invisible. 0Pen Mon—58‘ 108m—5-3"Pm- , “Minuet "ans'o'med by a “9" lirst person at advertising copy. The The iiith and seventh panels oi Scottishcontemporary Paintings until 30 relationship with death and beyond this most impressive sequences are .Twatmem. are pamwlarly anew“, hrdgttngjiﬁggngtshtfﬁdﬂglyc I?" mom“ and supmlmous collaborations between Rotimi powerlul and ambiguous. (Alan
I "AaYHILfARIS CENTRE 11 Manoch . go FanI'KaVOGC and AOX and Chfts WOOGS)
Street, 945 3995. Mon—Thurs 2—9pm.
Photography Open 926 Oct. An exhibition of work by tutors and pupils at the commissioned by the museum to record photography. The photographs exhibited the idea of celebrating the bicentenary of photography workshops held at the the changing face of Springburn. His large here range from his early landscapes ofthe the Revolution. Tickets £8 from the Centre. atmospheric paintings are on display Tatra Mountains to his later staged Glasgow Print Studio, 5520704.
I 90: GALLERY 12 Otago Street, alongside a collection of sculptures by the scenarios in the 19205 and 305. I TRANSMISSION GALLERY 28 King Street, Kelvinbridge. 339 3158. Mon—Sat members of the Elmvale Adult Training Through Photography Until 7 Oct. A ' 552 4813. Mon-Sat noon—6pm. 10am—6pm. Centre. quintet of artists working in Scotland who Scrap Shot: Hubertus Hess Until 30 Sept. Noll Lamont: New Paintings 30 Sept-25 Oct. Woodcuts oI Springburn 13 Oct— 1 3 Nov. all use photography in an experimental The Berlin artist presents some ofhis Oils of people and places in an abstract The local area in the 505 and 60$as manner. The photographers featured are sculptures made from objects collected on style by this Scottish artist. recorded in the woodcuts ofJamcs Greer, Oladele Bamgboye, Lorna Bates, his recent travels round Scotland.
I ONE Princes Square, 226 3032. Mon—Sat who came to the museum’s notice due toa Mathew Dalziei, Brian Jenkins and Selected Work From the Glasgow School oi 10am-7pm; Sun 11.30am—5pm. chance remark that his son made whilst he Vaughan Judge. Art MA Department 7—28 Oct.
Gillian Kelly: Recent Work Until 12 Oct, was framing the previous exhibition by After 7 Oct the Third Eye will be Seifexplanatory really.
Abstract paintings heavily influenced by Joseph Davte. preparing for the National Review of Live I TRON THEATRE 63 Trongate, 552 3748. the artist's trips to Africa. I STREET LEVEL 279—281 High Street, 552 Art 11—15 Oct, (various times). A rare Davy Brown: Recent Paintings Until 12 Oct. I PROVAND'S LORDSHIP Castle Street. 2151. Weds-Sat Ham—6pm; Sun 2—4pm. beanfeast of performing and visual arts Abstract acrylics from this widely
552 8819. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Sun Out ol the Box Until 1 Oct. Work by the five including an installation by Derek Jarman CXhiblth Glasgow artist-
2pm—5pm. finalists and a large selection of other which incorporates some of his video work I WASPS 26 King Street. 5520564.
A display of photographs recording life in entrants, that was submitted to the BBC’s on the theme of Clause 28 and the media. Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.
Townhcad. Photography Competition in Spring ofthis Other invited artists include Peter A shop, exhibition space and resource
I SCOTTISH AMICABLE LIFE ASSURANCE year. Zegveid (Holland). Scena Plastyczna centre with information on work by all SOCIETY 150 St Vincent Street, 248 2323. Isolated Incidents 7 Oct—7 Nov. Staged still (Poland). La Loca (USA) and X-Leggcd WASPS artists. Slide library and Mon—Fri 9am-5pm. lifes by Mari Mahr, which were inspired Sally (Belgium). (See Feature). information about how to commission
E. Poole-Watts and Gwen Hyndman Until 29 by her travels in France, China, Israel and I THE TRAMWAY Old Museum of
Sept. Landscapes and still lifes by the two the South Pacific. Transport, Albert Drive, 423 9527. _ Glasgow artists. I THIRD EYE CENTRE 350 Sauchiehall Mon—Sat 10.30am—6.30pm.
Exhibition at Paintings 2—1 3 Oct. An Street, 332 7521. Tue—Sat 10am—5.30pm, Terror'thon for one night only. Glasgow E
imaginative title for the paintings Sun 2—5.30pm. Print Studio are organising this sumptuous
exhibited by two artists with unusual S.I. Witklewicz: Photographs Until 7 Oct. audio-visual feast which promises to relive
names; Amaryllis Johnston and Joan Ogg. The first exhibition outside his national the events of 1789 in Paris. With enough
I SPRINGBURN MUSEUM Ayr Street, 557 country is to commemorate the 50th French wine to induce the same E
1405. Mon—Fri 10.30am—5pm, Sat anniversary of the death of this bizarre ‘off-yer-head‘ feeling as the guillotine — it
10am—4.30pm, Sun 2pm—5pm. Pole, whose exploits include playwriting, should be a great night out, though
Springburn and Stuii Until 13 Oct. Local painting, dabbling in hallucinogenic drugs perhaps in keeping with the Gallic theme R c o Painter Joseph Davie was specialty and demonoiogy as well as his there is a strange sense of deja-vu about
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