I Sixteen students from Scottish Schools of Art

and Arcltitecture have been awarded this year‘s Kinross Scholarship by the Royal Scottish Acadenty in lidinburgh. The ten paitttittg studettls and lltree scttlptttre students will each recciv e a £1 .300 grattt to study in Florence for three ntonths. There they are expected to carry out a programme of work. to 'live simply and to acquire a working knowledge of Italian.

I Jonathan Monk. a final year stttdent of Environmental Art at Glasgow School of Art will release l000balloons from tlte school's directors' balcony at tlte opertingoftlte 1991 Degree Shows. between 5.30 and 6pm. Fri 21 Jun. Printed on each balloon will be the message slurs Ifus‘v.

IAndrew Brown, Director of Edinburgh's 369 Gallery has firtally ended his months-long wrangle with the gallery's board of directors who recently accepted his £230.000bid for the building. Brown celebrated the victory by lattnching art attack on tlte visual art department of the Scottish Arts Council. accusing lhettt ot aneddhngC


I Powerful Days: The Civil Rights Photography of Charles Moore (Little. Brown £12.95 1 The US civil rights mot ement belongs to that handful of events that define the 20th century. Moore accompanied the upheaval most of the way: his photographs appeared in the American and


he was often applauded for helping mobilise

sympathy for the cause

pleaded so movingly by Martin Luther King. With a readable. ifslightly weak. text to put the pictures in context. Powerful Days is Moore's photographic chronicle of the campaign for change in the Deep South. Quite rightly . the images do not all point to a single emotion: the fear. joy. anger. hatred arid defiance are all there. Some of the photographs are unforgettable. and many will ring bells.

62 The List 14—27June 1991


Exhibitions are listed by city, then alphabetically by venue. Shows will be listed, provided that details reach our offices at least ten days before publication. Art and Exhibitions listings compiled by Miranda France.


IT 8t RANNAN & SONS LTD 164 Woodlands Road. 332 0028. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sat 10am- 12.30pm.

Works by various artists and permanent collection of Glasgow photographs and

' reproductions.

. I ART GALLERY & MUSEUM. KELVINGROVE 357 3929. Mott—Sat 10am—5pm;Thurs 10attt-9pm: Sttn noon—6pm. Cafe. [1)] Voluntary guides are available free of charge to conduct parties or individuals

round the main galleries. Ask at the enquiry desk.

Stanley Spencer: The Apolheosis ol Love

L'ntil Sun 161un. A centenary tributeto Stanley Spencer( 1891» 1959). this isthe first exhibition to realise Spencer’s ‘Church llouse' project in which he hoped

- to fuse religion and worldliness.

New Arts Season: Hong Sam-Dam lintil Sun 16Jun. A political prisoner in South Korea. much of 1 long's work was

, destroyed at the time of his arrest because of its ‘subversive' promotion of

i democracy. human rigltts and the

reunification of North and South Korea.

1 The prints in this exhibition were bought

5 by Glasgow Museums through Amnesty


1 Contemporary Art for Kelvingrove Extended

l until Sttn 30Jun. John Byrne. KenC‘urrie.

l ('raigie Aitehison and John Bellatty are

I among the artists whose works have been

acquired with the District Council'si3

million fund for contemporary art.

A Look into the Pool Sat 15 Jttn—l 1 Aug. A

selection of prints. draw ings and

3 watercolours from the gallery'sown

collection. as well as some Old Master

; drawings and Signuc watercolours on loan

front other collections.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year 1990 l 'ntil 7Jul. lindearinganintalsand all sortsof flora aitd fauna in this chance to v iew 1990's best w ildlitc shots.

I ART EXPOSURE 53 West Regent Street. 3320808. Mon Sat 10am- 5pm.

Women with Attitude t‘ntil 28Jun. Paintings. sculpture. jewellery arid textiles from 25 of Scotland's women front the up-and-coming to the household names— including (‘hristine lronsidc. l.ouise Annand and Hilda Goldwag. Alsoat Buchanan's Restaurant.

I ART FROM THE BlLLlARD ROOM 217 Sauchiehall Street. 332 371 1. Mott—Sat 10am—5pm. Originally designed as a billiard rootn by (‘harles Rennie Mackintosh. with his own panellittgattd stained-glasswindows.

Rosemary Beaton: Recent Oils and Drawings Until 3 Jul. A one-woman show which ‘verges tow ards abstraction' from a yottng artist acclaimed for her portraits ofSir Robin Day. George Melly and Glasgow's Lord Provost Gray. amongothcrs. Glasgow bands ‘A Boy (‘alled Bob' and ‘The New Jesse James' feature in manyof her larger canvasses.

I BARCLAY LENNIE FINE ART 203 Bath Street. 2265413. Mon- Fri 10am -5pm;Sat by appointment.

19th and 20111 century paintings from stock.

I BAY TREE CAFE 403 Great Western Road. 334 5098'1'ue-Sun 10am- 9pm.

; Anna Davis: Recent work tintil 8Jul.


to Springburn line).

Moments of Duality Throughout Jun. A series of one week posterworks by Meredith Crone. Julie Roberts. Alan Dunn and Douglas Gordon installed on a 20x 5 ft billboard.

I BUCHANAN'S RESTAURANT Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 332 3163. Daily 1 lam—late.

See entry for Art Exposure.


Road. 649 7151. Mon-Sat 10am—5pm; Wed l0am—9pm; Sun noon—6pm. Cafe. WI

The collection of Edwardian tycoon

William Burrell housed in a purpose-built

gallery which is itself a work ofart. The display has recently been reshuffled. with many works being exhibited for the first


I CHRISTIE’S 164— 166 Bath Street.332 8134. Mon—Fri l0am—5pm.

Glasgow Society of Women Artists: Summer Exhibition [Tntil Fri 21 Jun. Theannual show of works by this prestigious group of

; artists made famous by Jessie M. King.

Frances Newburv attd others.

I COLLINS GALLERY Urtiversity of

Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 552 4400exl 2682. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sat


University of Strathclyde Department or

Architecture Until I 1 Jul. Works bythe

1991 graduates.

; I COMPASS GALLERY 178 West Regent

Street. 221 6370. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm.

('ontemporary works by gallery artists.

including 'I'weedie and Summerton. I CRAIGIE HALL 6 Rowan Road. 427 6884.

Sat and Sun 10am—5pm.

Mackintosh in the Nineties Until

September. Previewexhibition of

3 furniture and decorative fittings for

Mackintosh's Art Lover's House which is under construction just down the road.

I CYRIL GERBER FINE ART 148 West Regent Street. 221 3095. Mon—Sat 9.30am—5.30pm.

Will Maclean: A Night of Islands Sun 1mm Jun. A new suite ofetchings. with accompanying poetry in Gaelic and

3 English.

I DOME OF DISCOVERY South Rotunda. Govan Road. 417 1792. Tue—Sun and Batik 1 1o|idays 10am—5.30pm. Science and technology interactive exhibition.

featuring 31) images. a vertical

roundabout. an air cannon and Ivan Mocovich's SMART exhibits. combining science. maths arid art Pythagoras'

_ Theorem explained at last.

Events in the Tent Every weekc nd. Live science show s covering a range oftopics. I EWAN MUNDY FINE ART 48 West George Street. 331 2406. Mon—Sat 9.30am— 5.30pm.

John Duinton Pringle1864—1925 LintilSat 29.1ttn. Mackintosh's contemporary at Glasgow School of Art. Pringle wasan optieiatt and art artist who counted the Neo-lmpressionists among his influences.

“Her Fabled Mouth' by Judith Brigland atArt Exposure. promoting the world or 25 Women With Attitude

John Duncan Fergusson 1874—1961 Until

Sat 29 Jun. Fifty works on paper—

watercolours. pastels and drawings

produced in Scotland and France.

I FINE ART SOCIETY 134 Blythswood

Street. 332 4027. Mon—Fri

9.30am—5.30pm; Sat 10am—1pm.

Images of Orkney Until 29Jun. Sculpture

and paintings by Bet Low. Frances Pelly

and Frances Walker.


Road (gallery at entrance to Butterfly

Kingdom). 6200235. Mon—Fri 1.30—6pm;

Sat and Sun 12.30pm—5.30pm: closed Tue.

Recent Work by Three Annes Until 28.1 un.

Paintings and drawings by Anne Gordon.

Anne Anderson and Anne Mackintosh.


Street. 221 4526. Mon—Fri 10am—7pm;Sat


Open College of the Arts Until Sat 22Jun.

The first national exhibition of work by

students of an institution which organises

distance learning courses in creative arts.


5520704. Mon—Sat l0am—5.30pm.

Joseph Davie: A Journal or the Blackout

Until 29 Jun. New works from a young

Glasgow artist who peoples his works with

‘modern day apostles and heroes facing

spiritual and social deterioration'.

Artist of the Month: Carolyn Boyd Until 29

Jun. A talented artist and Serbo-Croat

speaker to boot. Boyd spent a year

, working at the Zagreb Fine Art Academy

in Yugoslavia. witnessing the impact of

the fall ofthe Berlin Wall on the Yugoslav

community. Iler collages and prints.

reminiscent of Orthodox icons. express a

commitment to the country and its people.


Street. 332 9797. Mon—Fri 10am—9pm;Sat

10am—5pm; Sun 2—5pm.

Degree Show 1991 Sat 22—Thurs 27 Jun.

' The artistic fruits of long nights oflabour.

courtesy of final-year students in the

departments of Architecture. Design and

Fine Art.


Glasgow. 82 Ilillhead Street. 339 8855 ext

5431 . Mon—Fri 9.30am—5pm: Sat


Contemporary Art in Singapore - Where East

Meets West Until Sat 22 Jun. Diverse responses of nineteen Singapore artists to the separate traditions of Eastern painting

and Western art history and practice.

' Printmaking in Paris: 1900-1940 Until 11

i Jul. Over 80 works by artists oftwelve nationalities who sought inspiration in

Parisin the first halfofthis century.The works— all selected from the University of Glasgow's own collections include pieces

by Picasso. Matisse. Derain. Miro. Ernst

and Dali.


University. University Avenue. 339 8855.

; Mon—Fri9.30am—5pm; Sat9.30am—lpm.

i Scotland's first public mUseum takesits

; name from William 11unter.astudentof

| Glasgow University in the 1730s. wholeft

1 his substantial collection ofbooks. prints.

and various other curiosities to the

university. Many additions to the

collection have since been made.


Milngavie. 956 2351 ext 226. Tue—Fri

11am—5pm and 7—9pm; Sat and Sun

2—5pm. (‘Iosed Mon.

Milngavie Art Club Annual Exhibition Until

Sat 22Jun.


Street. 331 1854. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm;

, Sun noon—6pm.

Dutol Order Until 14 Jul. A triple bill from three artists with different messages for the industrial culture ofthe 90s. David Kemp's The Tribe Thur Held The Sky Up involves relics from the last machine age; Jim Whiting‘s Unnatural Bodies Redeemed are animated sculptures with minds of their own and Edinburgh photographer Ron O‘Donnell presents a retrospective of his work which explains why he regards himselfas a ‘fantasy archaeologist of recent civilisation‘.