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Exhibitions are listed by category, then alphabetically by city and venue. Please send details to our ottices at least ten days before publication. Art Listings compiled by Kelly McMenamin.

I ART EXPOSURE GALLERY 1‘) I’arnie Street. 552 777‘). Mon—Sat Ham-6pm. Miles Davis Until 26 Jul. A cottp for this small. but ambitious art gallery. an exhibition of drawings and prints by jazz god Miles Davis. produced during the early 1980s. Accompanied by vibrant drawings and paintings ol'jau. musicians by Glasgow School of Art graduate Jel'l' McDonald.

Art Exposure at Central Station Until 26 Aug. Unit I at the station plays host to the line selection oliglass works produced by degree students at Iidinburgh (‘ollege of Art. Open Mon— Sat 10am-6pm.

I ART GALLERY & MUSEUM, KELVINGROVE 22] 9600. Mon Sat 10am—5pm; Sun I lam -5pm. (‘ale [1)]. Voluntary guides are available tree ol~ charge to conduct parties or individuals round the main galleries. Ask at the enquiry desk.

Bonnie Prince Charlie: Fact And Fiction Until 27 Aug. Commemorating the 350111 anniversary of the Jacobite Rebellion is this display of weapons. costumes. paintings and documents. dispelling some of the myths behind the legends.

Out Of Mind, But (it Sight t‘init 3 Sept. Bringing mental illness out ot'soeiety's shadows. this multi-media exhibition examines attitudes to mental health in Scotland 1790- 1095. from the days or quack remedies to today 's care in the community policies.

Drawn From Wild Places that 26 Aug. ()riginal art work from the T\" series by Derek Robertson.

I ROGER BILLCLIFFE FINE ART 13-1 Blythswood Street. 352 4027. .\lon- I‘ri 9.30am—530pni; Sat 10am-—lpm.

Mixed Exhibition Until I Aug. Two memorial exhibitions chronicling the works of Sir Robin Philipson and unique Scottish painter James Cumming.

Trends Until I Aug. Recent developments in contemporary applied arts using glass. ceramic. jewellery. metal and wood.

I BURRELL COLLECTION 2060 l’ollokshaws Road. 321 ‘)600. Mon Sat |0am—5pm; Sun I lam-5pm.

Jean-Louis Forain: The Impressionist Years Until 3 Sept. A selection ol~ work by the painter and caricaturist Jean-I.onis Forain. a colleague of Degas. This exhibition focuses on the Paris Iiigh lite ol

1 balls. opera and ballet. I CCA 346—354 Sauchiehall Street. 332

752i. .‘ylon—Sat Ham—6pm (Thurs/Fri until 7pm). Cale. [D].

00 It Until 2‘) Jul. An innovative touring exhibition idea devised by Swiss curator Hans I'Irich Obrist. beginning with a simple set ol’ instructions to be interpreted by different galleries in their own way. The work of twelve artists then takes on the flavour of each gallery. The (‘CA has

involved (ilas‘govv schoolchildren. a

.iew eller. a doctor and members of its own audience Ill interpreting the artists' instructions.

I COLLINS GALLERY l'niversity ol‘ Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 5.53 .1400 ext 2682. Mon-Fri 10am—5pm; Sat noon-4pm. [D]. ('losed IJ-I7 .Itll.

Uisge Beatha lfntil l2 Aug. Mixed media

show by Scottish artists and crafts people.


f Street. 248 I322. Mon—Sat Wain—5.30pm. ' New Generation [hill 23 Aug. I-‘ollowing

a tour ol‘ Scotland's art schools. the

gallery now plays host to a varied

exhibition of the best and most exciting student work around including paintings. prints. drawings. ceramics and sculpture.

I FRINGE GALLERY I7 Castlemilk Arcade. . From th8 Until l8 Aug. An exhibition of

(.‘astletnilk. 631 2267. Mon-Sat 10am—5pm.

Drawing With Light Sat 15 Jul—5 Aug. The combined CITtit’ls‘ ol' experimental photographer and artist-iii-residence C‘hristina .‘vlcliride and three local groups produced through workshops over the past l‘our months.


12 Rose Street. 332 8128. Mon—Sat

lltititl~9.3(lpllll Sun 5»—‘).30pm.

Lizzie McKie Ifntil 3] Jul. Photographic exhibition by I.i/./.ie McKie. produced

while in residence at the Glasgow l‘ilm and Video Workshop earlier this year.

I GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO 22 King Street. 553 070-1. Mow-Sat 10am--5.30pm. Sporting Prints tfntil 2‘) Jul. The tradition of sports prints is reinterpreted by about

twenty artists with an interest in or an

aversion to -- sport. Included are Peter

llowson on golt‘. Adrian Wizniewski on bungee jumping. Norman Mathieson on 1 horse racing and John liyrne on

something altogether unsporting.


(ilasgow. University Avenue. 33‘) 8855 ext 5431. Mon Sat ‘)..‘s0am--5pm. C‘losed

I4 l7 Jul.

The bequest ol William Hunter. a student ot'(i1asgow t'niversity in the I730s‘. who let-t a substantial collection ol' books. prints and other curiosities to the university.

Whistler I'ntil 2 Sept. Surveying the career oi the remarkable American—born painter James .\lc.\'eill Whistler. an exhibition of his works on paper. including portraits. nudes. streetscapes and sea and river views.

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painting of tall ships on the Clyde, part of ther nil exhibition of Scottish marine and coastal painting that coincides with Edinburgh's l’all Ships Race. Calton Gallery, Edinburgh. 14 July-1 September

on Canvas


demonstrates how traditional photography

Milngavie. 943 3247. Mon—Fri lOamLSpm; Sat/Sun 2—5pm.

Joan Eardley Until 24 Jul. Paintings and drawings by Joan Eardley.

I MCLELLAN GALLERIES 270 Sauchiehall Street. 22l 9600. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm: Sun llam—5pm.

Art Machine ’95 Until 22 Sept. £1 (50p). Lirging the viewer to reach out and touch is this exhibition highlighting the creative process a mesh ot‘ sound. film. visual and performance art and technology.

I NS GALLERY 53 Cresswell Street. 334 42-10. Mon—Sat l()am—5.30pm: Sun noon—5pm.

Blythe Spirit Until 31 Jul. An exhibition of textual and spirited drawings from Glasgow Art School graduate Blythe Reid. Also a selection of work ill a variety

Catch the best Art this tortnlght.


. . . . R31 ol mediums by both established artists and “mwui: recent graduates. PM of fly. rm. London m.

I PRACTICE GALLERY 58 Virginia Street. 552 7722. Tue/Wed 9am-6pm; Thurs

l lam—6pm; Fri/Sat ‘)am—<6pm. Disconnected Cities Until 3 Attg. Photographic arid mixed media work by Mark Dawes. dealing with the experience of exploring unknown territory. - I PROJECT ABILITY IS Albion Street. 552

2822. ‘vlon—H‘i 10am—5pm.

I From London The best figurative painting show you will see this year. Freud, Kitaj, Bacon, Andrews, Kossoff and Auerbach are the big six. Prepare to be wowed. Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh until 5 Sept.

I Decade A chance to check out some of the more interesting Fine Art photography that has come out of Glasgow School of Art over the last ten years. Street Level, Glasgow until 29 Jul.

I New Ceneratlon A selection of paintings. prints. drawings, ceramics and sculpture from Scottish Art Schools. Compass Gallery, Glasgow until 23 Aug.

lil'e drawings. curated by Trongate Studios artist Thomas Rev.

I STREET LEVEL 26 King Street. 552 2151. Mon—Sat I()am—5.30pm.

Decade Until 2‘) Jul. Celebrating the tenth anniversary of the photography department at Glasgow School of Art. an exhibition of work by seventeen former students. Co-curated by David Bellingham from the department and Street Level's Martha McCulIoch. it

is used as a springboard to produce exciting art pieces and installations. The show includes work by Castlemilk artist-

23 June ~ 29 July 1995

an exhibition from instructions curated by Hans-Ulrich Obrist

Christian Boltanski Maria Eichhorn Hans-Peter Feldmann Paul-Armand Gette Felix Gonzalez-Torres Fabrice Hybert

Ilya Kabakov

Mike Kelley

Alison Knowles Bertrand Lavier Jean-Jacques Rullier Rirlcrit 'h'ravanija


TEL: 014! 332 7521

FAX: 0141 332 3226

exhibition supported by

m xcmnnmm. Glasgow City Council - - " ' Association Francoise d'Action Artistique

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