present day. The banners were made by members of the Aberdeen Cyrenian Community workshop under the supervision of professional artists. BB. King, one of the musicians featured, might be persuaded to take time off from the Jazz Festival to drop in and see the handiwork.

I PROVAHD'S LORDSHIP Castle Street. 554 0223. Mon—Sat lOam—Spm; Sun 2-5pm.

Partick Until 30 Jun. Another area of Glasgow gets the photographic scrutiny at Provand‘s.

I THE SHELTER GALLERY Renfrew Court. 3392884. 11am-11pm.

A mixed exhibition of work from the gallery‘s collection until the end ofthe month.

I SPRIHGBURH MUSEUM Ayr Street. 557 1405. Mon—Fri 10.30am—5pm. Sat IOam—4.30pm. Sun 2—5pm.

Paintings by James Logan 7 J un—9J ul. Child's Play?: Growing up In Springbum 1940—1990 Until 23 Sept. Researched and to some extent dictated by local 8— 1 2 year olds, the exhibition traces the changes in a child‘s life over the last 50 years in Springburn through painting. photography. poetry. sculpture and drawings.

I STIRLING'S LIBRARY Royal Exchange Square, 331 2668. Mon. Tue 10am-5pm. Thurs 10—8pm. Fri & Sat 10am—5pm. Sun 2—5pm.

Glasgow City of Architecture Until 31 Oct. Models, artefacts. trail-maps and videos trace the city's architectural riches.

I STREET LEVEL 279—281 High Street. 552 2151. Wed—Sat 11am-6pm; Sun 2—4pm. ‘Whlte Peak, Dark Peak' Until 15 Jul. Photographer Paul Hill provides a new angle on the Peak District.

Peter Bennett: Surface Nature Until 15 Jul. The first ofthree exhibitions commissioned by Street Level with the aim ofencouraging young. local photographers. Bennett's two concerns are the way in which photographs depict space and the way that nature is represented in photography. The effect is to confuse the viewer‘s sense of perspective.

I THIRD EYE CENTRE 350 Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521 . Tue—Sat 1()am—5.30pm; Sun 2—5.30pm.

19:4:90 Television Interventions Until 24 Jun. From 1—4 June. Channel4‘s programmes were interrupted at random by a series of television interventions. These short films are the work ofartists from Britain and Europe invited to explore the creative potential of television. The first ‘television intervention‘ in April showed snooker player Stephen liendry being swallowed byasnookertable . . .journalistswere baffled and intrigued. If you were too. and you didn‘t have four days free to spend in front of the TV. you can see it all at the Third Eye Centre.

Telly PIBCBS Until 24 Jun. Seven video


Floravanti, Hunter, Husemann. Glasgow Arts Centre. It's hard to think of a better example of pan-European artistic collaboration or a more fitting contribution to Glasgow’s European City of Culture year than the exhibition currently running at the Glasgow Arts Centre. The painters Carla FIoravanti from Italy, Inge X Husemann from Germany and Margaret Hunterfrom Scotland met up In Berlin, discovered that they were all working in a broadly similar vein and went on to organise

trio shows In Florence, Berlin and here.

In recent years, the art world has become so enamoured oi the concept of the youthful, meteoric rIse to fame that the fact that many painters only mature in their middle years has been

forgotten: the work of Floravanti, Hunter and Husemann evInces a reflective, seriousness of Intent rarely found In that of ambitious, recent graduates. Freed from stylistic inhibition by study under the greatest of the contemporary German Expressionist painters, Georg Baselitz, Hunter has developed an intense, savage visual language which owes rather more to the psychotic primitivism of Dubuffet than to the broader more painterly formalism of the man who taught us that the Expressionist punch can be packed just as powerfully when Inverted. At the moment she is honing her imagery and beginning to eschew her natural penchant for mark-making which has

' hitherto confused matters: the

admirable results are most evident in her spare charcoal drawings. Husemann combines a controlled action-painting technique with similar figurative concerns. More introspective than Hunter, she talks about isolation and communication - the big themes - which she tackles In a stinging, edgy manner. Fioravanti stands apart as the most objective of the three. She paints dynamic, volumetric compositions based upon sports activities such as hockey, using change and combat to comment metaphorically on the tumultuous events In Berlin which have provided the social context for the group over the last twelve months. The peculiar, exciting atmosphere of the now re-united German capital flavours all the work on show. (Andrew Gibbon Williams)

works produced by a youth and community project which also contributed two of the nineteen ‘lnterventions‘.

I TRAMWAY Albert Drive. 423 9527. Daily 10am—10pm.

The Compass Contribution Until 24 Jun. The exhibition has been organised to mark the let anniversary ofthe Compass Gallery in Glasgow. It will feature 1 11 artists who have exhibited at the gallery during its 21 years.

I TRANSMISSION GALLERY 28 King Street. 552 4813. Mon—Sat noon—6pm. PeterThomson Until 7 Jul. Paintings and drawings with a satirical flavour from a Glasgow-based artist.

I WASPS 26 King Street. 552 0564. Mon—Fri 9am—5pm.

A shop. exhibition space and resource centre. with information on work by all WASPS artists. slide library and


ART COMPETITION & EXHIBITION Glasgow - September 1990

Women artists working in Scotland are invited to submit 20 and 3D work.

£1,000 prizes - deadline August. Sponsored by K. D.L. Homes

For information write: Kaye Lynch, Women 2000, 1 Bankhouse Road. Lesmahagow, Lanarkshire ML11 0E8.

information about how to commission work.

Photographs by Pinhole Observatory Until 26 Jun. New work from six photographers who aim to combine commerce and creativity. The Wet Wet Wet album cover photograph will no doubt be a highlight. I WILLIAM HARDIE LTD 141 West Regent Street. 221 6780. Mon-Fri 10am—5pm. Masters of German Expressionism Until 30 Jun. Watercolours. woodcuts. etchings and oils by some of the leading Iightsof German Expressionism. including Rohlfs. Pechstein. Macke. lieckel and Melzer. All the works come from the collection of Stefan Pauson. who was a close friend of many of the artists.


I THE ASH GALLERY 156 (‘anongate . 556 2160. Tue—Sat 10.30am—6pm; Weds

Split faced mask: State of Guerrero. Mexico


Exchanging Influences Until 29] un. Paintings and drawings by Shona Barr. Lorraine Cotterell. Fiona Robertson and Lorraine Turley. all of whom won British Council Scholarships in 1987.

I BARNES 8t FITZGERALD 47b George Street. 220 1305. Mon—Sat 10.30am—5.30pm.

Siddy Langley: Recent Work 16Jun—7Jul. Colourful glass works.

I LA BELLE AHGELE Hasties Close. Cowgate (next to 369 Gallery). 225 2774. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sat 11am—4pm. PICItIfBS Until 14 Jul. Portraits and nudes by Edinburgh photographer. Trevor Yerbury.

The Environmental Mural (Spring Fling) Until 31 Oct. Emphasisingthe beauty of Edinburgh and its surrounding countryside. the mural illustrates the problems we may face ifcnvironmental damage is not halted.

I BOURHE FINE ART 4 Dundas Street. 557 4050. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm. Sat 10am—lpm.

Scottish Painting 1800—1950.

I C G J BROWN HOUSE FURHISHERS 31—39 South Clerk Street. Mon—Sat 9am—5pm; Thu 9am—7pm.

Meg Watson: Fabric Collage Until 30] un. Check out the springs in C 8.: J Brown‘s three-piece suites and furnish your soul with Meg Watson‘s collages. This could catch on.

I CALTOH GALLERY 10 Royal Terrace. 556 1010. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm; Sat lOam—lpm.

A selection of paintings from stock.

I CENTRAL LIBRARY George lV Bridge. 225 5584. Mon—Fri 9am—8pm; Sat 9am—noon.

Scottish Book Printing 1507-1988 Until 21 Jun. 481 years of Scottish printing.

Water of Leith from the Pentlands to the Sea 22 Jun—3 Aug. A selection of paintings and drawings by various artists.

I CITY ART CENTRE 2 Market Street. 225 2424 ext 6650. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Licensed cafe. [D].

The All OI L000 Until 14 Jul. Formative and frustrating stuff. but always more fun than Mcccano. this could be a unique opportunity to play with the only complete Lego set in the world. See Kids panel.

Still Lives: Drawings and Photographs on the theme of Beauty and Advertising 20Jun—21 Jul. Artist-in-Residence Wendy McMurdo tries to discover a link between women and that mysterious race ofleggy Iovelics who dominate our TVs. only to evaporate in real life. Also shown are some of the works produced by the Lothian school children who attended her workshops at the City Art Centre.

I COLLECTIVE GALLERY 16611igh Street. 2201260. Wed—Sun12.3(I-5.30pm.

New Work by David Mcmillan L'ntiI 24Jun. This artist is being more than a little secretive about the exact nature of his new work. but he has said something about installations involving canvas and fishing


Over 10 years direct trading with dozens of families in Mexico. Central and South America. Ceramics Jewellery . Weavings - Masks -. Music Hand-painted Mexican files 16 Victoria Street Edinburgh EH12HG Tel: 031 226 6695 Wholesale and Retail

58The List 15—28June 1990