ART & EXHIBITIONS LIST
extravaganza: an exhibition of photographs from one of Glasgow‘s twin I Cities.
I NUNTERIAN ART GALLERY University of Glasgow. 82 Hillhcad Street. 3305431. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5pm; Sat 9.30am—lpm. Russian Drawings From the Ashmolean Museum. Ortord Until 2 Dec. New Beginnings. Over sixty works from one of the finest collections of Russian drawings outside the Soviet Union. coveringthe period 1885 to 1935.
I IMAGES GALLERY 74 Hyndland Road. 334 5311. Mon-Fri 9.30am-5.30pm. Sat 9.30am—5pm.
Paintings by Frank Adcroit and w. Russell Until 30 Nov. The pair produce Scottish seascapes and studies of small coastal villages.
I THE INN ON THE GREEN RESTAURANT 23 Greenside Street. 5540165. Mon—Fri 12pm—3pm & 6.30pm—l 1pm; Sat 6.30pm—l 1pm.
George airfoil Until 26 Nov. Townscapes and landscapes to enjoy whilst you dine. organised by Art llire Scotland.
I INTERDEC GALLERY Maryhill Burgh Hall. 24 Gairbraid Ave. 9465912. Whitemoss Group Exhibition Until 18 Nov. Four members of the East Kilbride group. Andy and Ann McClintock. and Jim and Eunice Williamson exhibit their paintings alongside turned wood by Jim Williamson. After this the next exhibition will be The Christmas Exhibition beginning on 24 November and featuring Gallery exhibitors both old and new.
I JOHN GREEN FINE ART 203 Bath Street. 221 6025. Mon-Fri 10am—5pm; Sat 10am-1pm.
19th & 20th century British and Continental oils and watercolours.
I KELLY GALLERY 118 Douglas Street. 248 6386. Mon—Sat 10.30am—2pm. 2.30pm-5.30pm.
Derek Green and Aileen McPhie Until 11
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young artists. j John Nelson: Paintings 18 Nov—2 Dec. “3%. .
Recent works from the Livingston artist. I LANGSIDE GALLERY 26—28 Battlefield Road. 649 8888. Mon-Sat 9am—5 .30pm. The Gallery will have a general exhibition from stock until the end ofNovember.
I LILLIE ART GALLERY Station Road. Milngavic. 956 2351. Tue—Fri llam—Spm and 7pm—9pm; Sat and Sun 2pm-5pm. Closed Mondays.
Take Your Pick Until 26 Nov. An imaginative look at subjective choices in art. Under the Gallery's eye. ex-Celtic and Scotland full-back Danny McGrain. MP George Foulkes and broadcasters Eric Wallace and Kirsty Wark. were given the opportunity to select up to ten works ofart from various galleries. The exhibition provides a rare and unexpected opportunity for those who once cheered McGrain‘s incisive tackles from the terraces to examine his personal artistic preferences.
I MCGAVIGAN'S 24 Royal Exchange Square. 221 1101.
Demonstrations by various artists and craftmakers. every Saturday
I MAIN FINE ART Michael Main Gallery and The Studio Gallery. 16 and 34 Gibson Street. Both galleries on 334 8858 and open Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm.
Scottish Contemporary Paintings Until 30 Nov. Paintings from the Gallery‘s stock. mainly new paintings by I. Lesley Main. I MARYI'IILL ARTS CENTRE 11 Malloch Street. 945 3995. Mon—Thurs 2—9pm. Mark Myles Until 17 Nov. Imaginative paintings in a landscape setting. on a variety ofdifferently shaped canvases. Sari Red 20—23 Nov. A video depictingthe trauma of a racist attack on three Asian women living in Britain. Organised as part of the Reclaim The City Campaign.
Scotland's most popular and unique cultural centre now has a new Shep and a new look cafe-bar with a new evening menu.
Already we are Glasgow's most popular wholefood cafe. We have upgraded and extended our facilities, offering new seating and evening meals as well as wine tastings and live music. Open from 10am - 10pm, Third Eye is also perfect for lunch, coffee or a glass of wine, enjoyed in a friendly, relaxed setting.
Our Shep Specialises in art publications, ranging from the popular to the esoteric in the visual and performing arts - cinema, theatre, literature, music, architecture and design. With a much larger Shep floor, we have added high quality contemporary arts related posters, gifts, toys, stationary and other goods, as well as an exclusive range of artist designed jewellery.
For Christmas we also have a superb collection of art calendars and Barbizon Gallery, until 3 Dec. There will be few ambivalent reactions to
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ammmomlowed membershipome diaries, address books, cards, wrapping paper and an instant picture
Shutov’s work; you’ll either love it or hate it. Either way, you'll wish you had your sun glasses with you. The show looks badly hung, tar too many paintings; but this over-the-top presentation retlects the kitchy nature ot the work. Shutov piles on the danllng iuxtapositlons, the llourescent colours, the glitzy trinkets. In doing so (and more than any other New Beginnings exhibitor), he provokes in the viewer questions about the interaction between the West's art market and the Soviet Union. Until recently, Shutov struggled to paint in the USSR, working in the now-iamous
Artist’s Union. That changed with the 1988 Sotheby’s auction at contemporary Soviet art, where tour at Shutov’s paintings sold tor £22,330 — a huge iortune in USSR terms atter the hard currency has passed through the black market. Shutov grabbed his chance and learned a pure New York visual language- a bit oi the decorative school here, a bit oi David Salle there, add a touch oi Basqulal, all validated by an interview in ‘Art in America’. . . The paintings end up vibrant, stylish, slick and fashionable- but how dated will they seem next year? (Hilary Robinson)
Third Eye Centre presents new developments in the visual and performing arts from the most imaginative, creative artists working in Scotland, the UK and abroad.
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