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 Exhibition listings compiled by Beatrice Colin.

I ART EXPOSURE GALLERY 38 Bath Street. 331 2617. Mon—Sat 10.30am—6pm. The Glasgow Artists Resource Centre is now open with discounted materials from Miller's. a video library of televised visual arts programmes. free professional advice on legal antl accountancy matters plus a noticeboard. discounted printing and photocopying and dozens of other essential and free services for artists.

The June Summer Show Until Thurs 30 Jun. Work by new gallery artists including Mhairi MacGregor. Nora MacFarlane and Matt Maclntyre.

I ART GALLERY G MUSEUM, KELVINGROVE 357 3929. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm: Sun 1 lam—5pm. Cafe. [D]. Voluntary guides are available free of charge to conduct parties or individuals round the main galleries. Ask at the enquiry desk.

Canvassing the Clyde: Stanley Spencer and the Shipyards Until 7 Aug. Another showing of Spencer‘s large oils which he produced during World War II. As well as the Gallery‘s collection. a number have been lent by the ltnperial War Museum. Modern Art from the Collection New permanent display. David Hockney. Bridget Riley. Alan Davie. Jasper Johns. Bruce McLean and Eduardo Paolozzi are featured in an exhibition of Pop Art and work inspired by the heady 60s.

I BURNSIOE GALLERY 190 Dukes Road. 613 3663. Daily 10am—5pm (closed Tue and Sat).

Summer Exhibition Sat 18 Jun—16 Jul. Mixed show with work from artists including R. Kelsey. A. Edgar. J.D. Henderson and E. Hunter.

I BURRELL COLLECTION Pollokshaws Road. 649 7151. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 11am—5pm. Cafe. [D].

The collection of Edwardian tycoon William Burrell. including furniture. paintings. ceramics and glass. housed in an elegant purpose-built gallery. Recorded descriptions and thermoforms available for the benefit of visually impaired visitors.

I CCA 346—354 Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521. Tue—Sat Ham—5.30pm. Cafe. [D]. Boyd Webb Fri 17 Jun—16 Jul. Huge. colourful cibachromes which employ everyday objects such as nails. balloons. and mattresses to create surreal photographic tableaux that question human behaviour and sexual politics.

I CENTRE FOR DEVELOPMENTAL ARTS 18 Albion Street. 552 2822. Mon-Fri 10am—5pm.

Estelle Until 23 Jun. Work by one of the participants of an exchange project between Projectability and CREAHM; the Creativity and Mental Handicap workshop in Belgium. Drawings in coloured felt tip of domestic objects and interiors show the artist‘s imaginative understanding of colour and structure.

I COLLINS GALLERY University of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 552 4400 ext 2682. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sat noon—4pm. [D].

llappy Birthday Collins Gallery Until 2 Jul. Celebrating 21 years. the gallery will be showing selected paintings and prints from the University‘s Fine Art Collection. New work from various Scottish artist will also be on show plus work from various exhibitions held.


Catch the best Art this fortnight.

I A Stuggy Pren Ivor Cutler‘s new illustrated book is more wilful bizarreness. Stills Gallery, Edinburgh.

I Bress An exploration of the desirable torture of the female condition by Veronique Chance. Glasgow Print Studio.

I Liquid Crystal Futures Eleven diverse Japanese visions of life in the fast lane when the road is, metaphorically speaking, full of potholes. Fruitmorket, Edinburgh.

I Modern Art Huge group show by the best of Scotland ’3 young artists. Transmission, Glasgow.

I Annie Leibovitz Queue now for one of the most popular exhibitions

ever. Portrait Gallery. Edinburgh.

Street. 221 6370. Mon-Sat 10am—5.30pm. Mixed Show Until 1 Jul. New work by gallery artists including James Tweedie. Neil MacPherson and Peter Nardini.

I FRINGE GALLERY Castlemilk Shopping Centre. Castlemilk Drive. 634 2603. Mon—Sat 9.30am—5pm.

Pictures from the Pocket Until 21 Jun. A collaboration between artist Gillian Steele and the women of Scarrel Terrace lntemational Centre. Castlemilk. in which hand-made and photographic slides are accompanied by a soundtrack of traditional songs and conversation.

I THE GALLERY Easterhouse Shopping Centre. Shandwick Square. 771 5591. 9.30am—‘5pm.

The Greater Easterhouse Women Achievers Exhibition Sat 25 Jun—8 Jul. A show which highlights the achievements of women such as Terri Neason. Katie Murphy anti Sharon McCormack. put on by eight women who have recently completed a training course in various creative skills.

I GATEHOUSE GALLERY Rouken Glen Road. Giffnock. 620 0235. Daily 1.30—5.30pm (closed Tuesdays).

Ethel Walker Until Sun 26 Jun. Recent paintings.

I GLASGOW PRINT STUOIO 22 King Street. 552 0704. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm.

Veronique Chance Until Sat 25 Jun. Using ;

glass. latex. velvet. satin and paper. this Glasgow School of Art graduate examines issues of self-identity and self-image.

I GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART 167 Renfrew Street. 353 4500. Mon-Fri 10am—5pm. Degree Show Sat 25 Jun~1 Jul. See feature.

I NUNTERIAN ART GALLERY University of Glasgow. 82 Hillhead Street. 339 8855 ext 5431. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5pm; Sat 9.30am—5pm.

Duncan Shanks: The Creative Process Until Sat 25 Jun. As one of the most highly acclaimed landscape painters working in Britain today. Shank's work is bold. atmospheric and verges on the abstract. Thirty drawings bequested to the university. location photographs and other supporting material explore the artist's workin methods.


This exhibition of work by Boyd Webb is, by all accounts, a depressineg resounding victory of matter over mind. Slick, large-scale cibachrome photographs with wonderfully esoteric titles such as Palliasse - that’s straw filled mattresses to you and me - Miasma and Ampoule, colourfully herald what is little more than a series of ponderous visual articulations of matters sexual. A bit like ‘Everything you always wanted to know about sex but were too afraid to ask’ without the humour.

This is the first major showing of the artist’s work in Scotland and a woefully wasted opportunity it is too. This is due mainly to the fact that Webb’s sexual ponderings are sadly under endowed in the ideas department. Sob, a tired representation or an ejaculating penis protruding through a glory-holed wall of anaglypta, and Stool, two aesthetically arranged piasticine turds are admittedly the more obviously crass examples. Elsewhere, however, other examples such as Entomb and Parole where ‘ravening vulvas compete with slithering spermatozoa’ hardly have the last word in visual nuance.

0n the whole, the point seems to have gone sadly amiss somewhere along the line, if indeed it existed in the first place. Instead we are left with images which are not so much


‘potent symbols of biological determinisrn’, as prettlrled prurience. it seems increasingly the case that empty vessels are given carte blanche

to make all the noise in the world as long as they are decorated in gloriously crowd pleasing Technicolor and are swathed in precioust hyperbolic text which urges us to ‘Think of Boyd Webb as Bad, or Bod, using his camera . . .’ (which not only assumes the existence of God but also thathe carrlesacatnera-serelya metaphysical first). We are also told that ‘Around 1985, Webb moved into outer space.’ in light of this, it is perhaps churiish to continue. (Caroline Ednie)

Boyd Webb is at the CCA trout Fri 17 Jun-16 Jul.

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