University. University Avenue. 339 8855. Mon—Sat 9.30am—5pm.

The bequest of William Hunter. a student ofGlasgow University in the 1730s. who left his substantial collection of books. prints. and various other curiosities to the university.

I INTERMEOIA 65 Virginia Street. Tue-Sat noon—6pm. 552 8651.

Home and Away Until Sat 26 Jun. New work by seven local artists.

I MCLELLAN GALLERIES 270 Sauchiehall Street. 331 1854. Mon—Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 11am-5pm. [D].

Next show: Peter llowson Starts 2 Jul.

I MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT Kelvin Hall. Dumbarton Road. 357 3929. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 11am—5pm. Devoted to the history of transport. a museum crammed with buses. trams. fire-engines. ships and other transportation.

Dirt on the tense Until 8 Aug. Glasgow's industrial past captured on filtn.

I EWAN MUNOY FINE ART 48 West George Street. 331 2406. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm.

Pictures of Golf Mon 21 Jun—10 Jul. Summer Mon 21 Jun—10 Jul. Landscape painting front the west coast and the south of France.

I OO’S GALLERY l2 Otago Street. 339 3158. Mon—Sat noon—6pm; Sun noon—5pnt

Matt Ewart Until Wed 23 Jun. Vibrant and expressionistic new paintings including figure studies. land and seascape.

I NORTH GLASGOW COLLEGE Flemington Street. Springburn. 558 9001. Mon—Fri 9am—9pm; Sat 9am—lpm.

The Button Tower Until 31 Jul. One half of Lost and Found a city-wide art project by LA artist. Nicola Atkinson Griffith.

I PAISLEY MUSEUM ANO ART GALLERY Abbey Close. 887 1007. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun l—4pm.

The Faces Until Sat 19 Jun. Jeff Torrington. Bill Forsytlt and Sandy Stoddart are just three well-known Scottish figures captured on film by Michael McDonough. Renfrew District Council have commissioned the show from this Paisley-born artist as a portrait of Scottish culture in the 90s.

I THE PEARCE INSTITUTE 840 Govali Road. Govan. 445 1941. Mott-Sat 9am—5pm.

The Teaspoon Chandelier Fri 25 Jun-31 Jul. Another part of the Lust and Found project.

Shark Fishing in Covan Until 3 Jul. A portrait of the people of Govan by Robert Hamilton.

I PEOPLE’S PALACE MUSEUM Glasgow Green. 554 0223. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 11am—5pm. [D]. Cafe.

Once a museum for the working class. now a repository for all sorts of ephemera connected with Glasgow‘s history everything from old cigarette packets to suffragettes‘ campaigning material. Making Glasgow’s Future: Training for a Trade Until 11 Jul. Text. pictures and objects examine the traditional trades as well as skills related to the computer age. Tir llan 09 Until 4 Jul. The life and times of Angus Og by Ewart Bain. A celebration of this popular cartoon character.

I PROVANO’S lOROSHIP 3 Castle Street. 552 8819. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sun

1 l ant—5 pm.

The only surviving medieval house in Glasgow. built in 1471. Period room

dis lays range from 1500 to 1918.

I UEEN’S PARK SYNAGOGUE Falloch Road. Battlefield. 632 1743. Open Sun 2-Spm. Worth visiting to see 22 pictorial stained-glass windows by John K. Clark. based on the symbolism of Jewish festivals.

I SCOTLAND STREET SCHOOL MUSEUM 225 Scotland Street. 429 1202. Mon—Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 2—5pm. Cafe. [D]. Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and now home to archive material on education in Scotland frotn 1872 onwards. Reconstructed classrooms give a flavour of Victorian. Edwardian. Second World

War and 1960s schooldays.

I SPRINGBURN MUSEUM Ayr Street. 557 1405. Mon—Fri 10.30am—5pm; Sat l()am—4.30pm; Sun 2—5pm.

Springburn: 0n the Edge of a City Until 4 Jul. The history of Springburn as seen through the family snapshot.

Lost and Found Sat 26 Jun-3| Jul. Documentation of this city-wide project. I STRATHCLYOE ARTS CENTRE 12 Washington Street. 221 4526. Mon—Sat 9am—5.3()ptn; Sun 1 1am—5pm.

As I see it Until 4 Jul. Photography froin Singapore.

I STREET LEVEL 279—281 High Street. 552 2151. Tue—Sat Ham-5.30pm. Borderlands Until 3 Jul. Contemporary photography from the Baltic States of Estonia. Latvia and Lithuania revealing the effects of the collapse of communism. Also at The Cottier. Hyndland Street. 552 2151. Tue—Sat noon-8pm.

I ST MUNGO MUSEUM OF RELIGIOUS LIFE AND ART 2 Castle Street. 553 2557. Mon-Sat l0am—5pm; Stilt 11am—5pm. Free.

New museum of world faith. Exhibits include a Zen garden. priceless art works from the world's six major religions. Dali's (‘lirisl ofSuint Ju/m oft/w Cross attd the story of religion in Scotland in words and pictures. Also temporary exhibitions.

Buddhist Art in Scotland Until Sun 27 Jtnt. An exhibition of work from the Satnye Ling Tibetan Centre. The show includes examples of Buddhist religious images painted on cotton. called Thangka painting. by Sherab Palden Beru.

I TRANSMISSION GALLERY 28 King Street. 552 4813. Mon—Sat noon—6pm. [D].

Hers-Champs Until 3 Jul. The first British showing ofCanadian artist. Stan Douglas‘ work. This is a sound and image installation which draws on the notiott (iii/“RT Jazz.

I TRAMWAY 25 Albert Drive. 423 1333. Daily 1 lam—7pm.

(un)framed Until 18 Jul. Focusing on the Brazilian Serra Pelada gold miners. Chilean born. erstwhile New York resident. Alfredo Jaar. looks at the links between the First and Third worlds. This is a new installation. created for the space and combines photography. theatre and architecture.

Elsie Mitchell Until 18 Jul. After spending a year as Artist in Residence for the south and south-east of Glasgow. Mitchell includes installations and projects tnade in collaboration with local people. Pieces include innovative attd poetic work using light-based media.

I WOMAN IN PROFILE 5 Dalhousie Lane. 353 3312. Mon-Fri 10am—6pm.

Tongue and Cheek Mon 28 Jun—l9 Jul. An exhibition of photography by Castlemilk Womanhouse which explores women‘s image and many roles.

I THE MATTHEW ARCHITECTURE GALLERY University of Edinburgh. 20 Chambers Street. 650 2342. Mott—Fri 10am—8pm; Sat—Sun 10.30am—2.30pm. Fire - Milli Until Thurs 24 Jun. An interesting collaborative light work installation by Phil Powers and Allan Murray.

I BELLVEUE CHURCH Bellevue Place. 557 1 140. Tue—Sat 1 lam-5.30pm.

Secrets Must Circulate Until 17 Jul. One of the venues in the massive Public and Private show which features work front French. Dutch and British artists.

I CITIZENS STUOIOS 17—21 Assembly Street. Leith. 554 1649. Tue—Sun noon—5pm.

Warped Sat 19 Jun—2 Jul. A mixed-media show including work in paper. installation. felt. tapestries and drawings by ten artists.

I CITY ART CENTRE Market Street. 225 2424. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Cafe. Intimate Lives Until 24 Jul. Photographers and their families including pieces by


The 45th Venice Biennale opened on 9 June with the most ambitious programme to date. Fifty-three countries are showing 80 artists in the national pavilions of the Ciardini di Castello, and an international jury has selected 116 artists under 40 for the Aperto. There must be 30 more fringe exhibitions, making up the most influential contemporary art event in the world.

Conservatism is the hallmark of the Biennale, but this year’s new Director, Achille Bonito Cliva, required artists and commissioners to address current political crises, so evident in Venice, situated between a fragmented Italy, a changing Eastern Europe and a Balkans bent on self-destruction.

Most touching in their response are llans llaacke, who has installed in the Cennan pavilion a field of broken tiles cracking and ringing underfoot; Christian Philipp Muller in the Austrian, with images of eight border areas, instructions on how to cross them and trees for cover; and Mario Ceroli, showing a cluster of white flags girdled by Julian Opie’s towers and battlements in Equipment for Peace, in the ext-Yugoslavian pavilion.

Scotland is represented this time in the Aperto, where Christine Borland and Julie Roberts participate in a themed exhibition, Reality Used to Be a Friend of Mine, curated by Matthew Slotover.

The Aperto building, a Renaissance ropeworks 1070 metres long with

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Performance art at San Marco's

harsh overhead lighting, is a

notoriously difficult space, and Christine Borland is not well served. In a still, white room the resonances of A Lifetime of Love - snuggling under the covers, tucking up children - might have been heard. Wedged in between Damian llirst’s bisected cow and calf, and an intriguing installation of two saucepans heating water in a stainless steel canoe, it looks just like a neat pile of blankets.

Julie Roberts commands more attention by sheer size and subject- matter. Crisply painted, meticulously detailed, her gynaecological couch seems to float disturbingly in space.

In retrospect, the work that gave me most pure pleasure was a scintillating constellation of steel umbrellas, pipes and falling water outside the Creek pavilion, by George longolopoulos, who is ninety. It is not easy to see who his successors will be among the the younger artists showing at this Biennale in terms of the art, craft and optimism he displays.

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