HUNTERIAN ART GA .LLERY UNIVERSITY ofGLA .SGOW
C.R. MACKINT'OSH - THE CHELSEA YEARS: 1915 - 19213
2 July - 27 A ugust (closed 15 - 18 It 11y incl.)
Mon - Sat 930- 5.00 Admission Free 041 -330 5431
Extended public access 81 tpponcd with funds from Glasgow C ity Council
The Vilrtues :and the Delights
2 - 30 July 1994 Tuies - Sat 12 - 5.30
A spectacular series of colour photographs celebrating French and
of the Enli ghtenment
lPortfoIio- Gallery 413 Candlennaker Row EdinburghEH12QB Tel 031 2220 1911 Fax 031 226 4287
Tuesday - Saturday ‘ 10am - 5pm
Admission Free Subsidised by the Scottish Arts Council
TRLBOT RIC GRLLERY
University of Edinburgh, Old College South Bridge, Edinburgh EH8 9YL. Tel. 031 650 2211
2 - 30 July 'CONSTRUCTS FROM COMMON SENSE'
Recent sculpture by Bill Scott
decades. To celebrate the tenth anniversary of the international Feltmakers Association. this show brings together a selection of international work. from huge sculptures to small accessories. I COMPASS GALLERY 178 West Regent Street. 221 6370. Mon—Sat lOam-5.30pm. New Generation Until 31 Aug. Pick of the four Scottish degree shows.
I CRANHILL ARTS GALLERY 18 King Street. 552 2540. Mon—Sat 10am-5pm (closed Wed); Sun l—5pm. .
Glaswegian Ceramics Until 31 Jul. Cranhill Arts has re-created a huge wally close as a backdrop for an exhibition of screen-printed and hand-built picture tiles. terracotta sculptures. wall plaques and thrown pots. all made by local arts organisations.
I CYRIL GERBER FINE ART 148 West Regent Street. 221 3095. Mon—Sat 9.30am—5.30pm.
Mixed Exhibition Until 30 Jul. Works from stock. __
I GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO 22 King Street. 552 0704. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm. Prints trom Berlin Until Sat 23 Jul. The most exciting contemporary printmaking from the Druckwerkstatt. Berlin.
I GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART 167 Renfrew Street. 353 4500. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm.
D]. Federico Peliti Mon 25 Jul—31 Aug. Photographs by Peliti. documenting life in India during the reign of Queen Victoria. I HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY University of Glasgow. 82 Hillhead Street. 339 8855 ext 5431. Mon—Sat 9.30am—5pm. 0.1!. Mackintosh The Chelsea Years: 1915-1923 Until 27 Aug. A look at the artist's later work carried out in London. including a series of mostly unrealised architectural projects. textile and graphic design work. showing the direction his ideas were taking. I HUNTERIAN MUSEUM Glasgow University. University Avenue. 339 8855. Mon—Sat 9.30am—5pm. The bequest of William Hunter. a student of Glasgow University in the 1730s. who left a substantial collection of books. prints and other curiosities to the university. I LILLIE ART GALLERY Station Road. Milngavie. 943 3247. Mon—Fri 10am-5pm; Sat—Sun 2—5pm. Kromer Hats Until Sat 23 Jul. Sue Jane Taylor's sculptures and drawings. created during a residence at Clydebank‘s UIE shipyard. On the Rigs Until Sat 16 Jul. Photographs by Allan Wright of life offshore plus poems by George Gunn. Joan Eardley Tue 26 Jul—l4 Aug. An exhibition of work from the gallery collection. I MCLELLAN GALLERIES 270 Sauchiehall Street. 331 1854. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 11am—5pm. [D]. £1.50 (50p). Shannanlta Russian Street Organ Theatre Until 25 Sept. £3 (£1.50) £2 (£1 for a group of five or more). Extended due to
Kametabusltaman, alias Martin rouse. and his photographs taken horn a pole are at Street Level
public demand. litiuard Beursudsky's machine sculpture puppets. a street barrel organ anti various Tingueiy—style installations plot Russia’s turbulent history with wit and imagination. Salgado Photographs 1977—1992 Until l6 Sept. A member ofthe Magnum Group. Sebastiao Salgado is one of the world‘s le'tding photo-journalists. Four groups of photographs are displayed. including Other Americas. focusing on the native Indian population in Latin America; images of victims of the Khmer Rouge. used to launch the Cambodia Trust. and his most recent images of manual workers around the world.
I MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT Kelvin Hall. Dumbarton Roatl. 357 3929. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun [lam—5pm. Devoted to the history of transport. a museum crammed with buses. trams. tire-engines. ships and other transportation.
Bicycles! A new. permanent exhibition of the museum‘s historic bike collection. with the world's oldest bicycle. great bike facts and displays ol'cycle design and cycle science.
I NS GALLERY 53 Cressweil Street. 334 .4240. Mon—Sat l()am—5.30pm; Sun noon—5pm.
Critic’s Choice Until 4 Aug. Selected by The Herald‘s art critic Clare Henry anti featuring work by leading contemporary artists. including John Byrne. Calum Colvin. Adrian Wizniewski. Will Macl.ean anti Bert Irvin.
I PEOPLE'S PALACE MUSEUM Glasgow Green. 554 0223. Mon~Sat l0am«5pm; Sun Ham—5pm. [1)]. 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.
I PROVANO’S LOROSHIP 3 Castle Street. 552 8819. Mon-«Fri 10am—5pm; Sun
The only surviving medieval house in Glasgow. built in 1471. Period room displays range from 1500 to 1918.
I OUEEN’S PARK SYNAGOGUE Falloch Road. Battlefield. 632 1743. Open Sun 2—5pm. Worth visiting to see 22 pictorial stained glass windows by John K. Clark based on the symbolism ofJewish festivals.
I SCOTLAND STREET SCHOOL MUSEUM 225 Scotland Street. 429 1202. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2—5pm. Cafe. [1)]. Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and now home to archive material on education in Scotland from 1872 onwards. Reconstructed classrooms give a flavour of Victorian. Edwardian. World War 11 and 1960s school days.
Trading Arts Until 21 Aug. An exploration of African arts. with ceremonial wood carvings from Ghana. stone carving from Zimbabwe and an interactive music exhibition. offering the chance to blend four tracks of instruments anti music.
I STREET LEVEL 279—281 High Street. 552 2151. Tue—Sat Ham—5.30pm. Kamrabuskaman Until 13 Aug. Photographer Martin Towse is a kind of busking artist complete with toy dog and portable dark room in a pram. His camera'.’ ()n a pole. ofcourse. The results of his street photography around Glasgow. including many ankles and tops of heads. are on show.
I ST MUNGO MUSEUM OF RELIGIOUS LIFE AND ART 2 Castle Street. 553 2557. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun llam—Spm. Free. [1)]. A museum of world faith. featuring a zen garden. priceless art works from the world's six major religions. Dali's Christ tthtu'n! Ju/m nj'rltt' Cross and the story of religion in Scotland in words anti pictures.
Ahmed Moustata: Arabic Script as Art Until 18 Sept. Based on the aesthetic lines and curves of Arabic calligraphy. this Anglo-Egyptian artist uses oils. watercolour. tapestry and print to express a range of ideas inspired by sacreti lslamic themes and poetry.
I TRAMWAY 25 Albert Drive. 422 2023. Wed—Sun l 1am~5pm. [D].
V-Topia Wed 20 Jul~l Sept. Scotland‘s first exhibition addressing the growing relationship between art and technology focuses on the use by visual artists of computer-generated imagery and tiigital technology. A challenging display including work by Scotland's John Butler and America's l.ynn Hershman.
I TRANSMISSION 28 King Street. 552 4813. Tue—Sat Ham-Spin. [1)].
55° 52 mins North/004 27 mins West (Detached Bell Tower) Until 6 Aug. The latest stage of Stefan Gec‘s tin-going cycle of work. sparked by the TSWA Four Cities Project in 1990.
I ALTERNATIVE FINE ART 20 Haymarket Terrace. 346 7050. Mon—Sat Ham—5pm. Latex Conceptions Until 5 Aug. Victoria C. Scrivener and Denise Casado‘s collaborative exhibition of black antl clear latex works and sculptures.
I ROURNE FINE ART 4 Dundas Street. 557 4050. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm; Sat 10am—1pm.
William Wilson RSA1905—1972 Mon 25 Jul-3 Sept. Display of the artist's watercolours. etchings and stained glass. I CITY ART CENTRE Market Street. 225 2424. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Cafe.
Worlds in a Box Until 16 Jul. Experimentation with art in boxes was first explored by the Surrealists in the 1920s. This exhibition traces the artform's development to the present day with pieces by Marcel Duchamp. Yoko Ono and Claes Oldenburg.
The Colourlst legacy Sat 16 Jul—21 Sept. Taken from the centre's permanent fine art collection. this exhibition dips into the use of colour by 20th century Scottish painters. from the Colourists to the
55 The List 15—28 July 1994