Cary Anderson Fri 3-25 Nov. An exhibition of new paintings and drawings. I NS GALLERY 53 Cresswell Street. 334 4240. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm; Sun noon-Spur
The Generation Cap Until 25 Nov. Sea and landscape paintings of Scotland‘s West coast by Brian Chambers complemented by sculptures by his son Paul.
I ORIGINAL PRINT SHOP 25 King Street. 552 1394. Mon—Sat loam—5.30pm.
Red Ribbon Show Until 4 Nov. Paintings. prints and drawings by leading artists and celebrities. including Joanna Lumley. Phil Kay and Peter Howson. all featuring red ribbons. and all up for auction on Fri 3 Nov.
I PRACTICE GALLERY 58 Virginia Street. 552 7722. Tue/Wed 9am—6pm; Thurs 11am-6pm; Fri/Sat 9am—6pm.
Ten Mexican Retablos Until 2 Nov. See [kilo/eta listings.
Amnesty Exhibition Sat 4 Nov—l Dec. Double-bill featuring a video installation by Ben Skea using an animated human head. accompanied by a series of paintings by Jim McChesney. using graphic elements from 20th century painters such as Picasso and Pollock.
I PROJECT ABILITY 18 Albion Street. 552 2822. Mon—Fri 10am-5pm.
Maxwelton ATC Until 24 Nov. Prints and paintings by people who attend the Maxwelton ATC.
I ST ENOCN SHOPPING CENTRE St Enoch Square. Buchanan Street. info 334 4733. Trans Action Public Until 28 Feb 1996. An exploration ofcity life by Canadian Pierre Allard and Glaswegian Michael Clarice. using large scale photographic installations.
54 OUEEN STREET 3rd Floor. 64 Queen Street. 334 1536. Tue—Sat 11am-6pm. departurearrival Until 4 Nov. A unique collaborative project features photography. painting. drawing. graphic design. film and music.
I STREET LEVEL 26 King Street. 552 2151. Mon—Sat loam—5.30pm.
Foreign Home Until ll Nov. Portraits of refugees at a Red Cross hostel in Berlin. by award-winning photographer Frank Darius. In an attempt to avoid cheap sensationalism. Darius focuses not on the distressing living conditions. but on the people themselves. some of whom have to wait several years for their futures to be decided.
I 20 WILSON STREET Info: 555 0343. Mon—Sun 7.30—9.30pm.
Glasgow Until 5 Nov. Beat Streuli secretly photographed people at work and play around Glasgow. forming a slide sequence installation which offers a revealing look at city life.
I TRAMWAY 25 Albert Drive. 227 5511. Mon—Sun noon—6pm.
Harry’s Diary Until 5 Nov. Following the death of her long-standing friend Harry Strong. Canadian photographer Donigan Cumming discovered letters and diaries showing ati entirely different side to the man she had known for decades — this exhibition of photographs. text and sound explores the dichotomy of their friendship.
Fish Story Until 12 Nov. Leading US photographer Allan Sekula‘s six-year project features ports from around the world and demonstrates the effects a changing economy has on harbour cities.
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Taken 1988—94. Sekula's photos capture harbour life in such diverse locations as Barcelona. Glasgow. Los Angeles and Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
I TRANSMISSION GALLERY 28 King Street. 552 4813. Tue-Sat l lam—5.30pm. Art Club 2000 Until 4 Nov. Seven New York artists use imagery intrinsic to late 20th century consumerism. such as film posters. album covers and magazines. to question the conditions of the culture in which we live.
Brown Spot Sat 11 Nov—2 Dec. First up in the Transmission‘s gallery exchange are Brown Spot. a Toronto-based artists group who promise to bring over some fresh and funky work with which to inject some winter cheer into Glasgow.
I ART GALLERY & MUSEUM, KELVINGROVE 221 9600. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 11am—5pm. Cafe. [D]. A wonderful permanent collection of work by such names as Rembrandt. Monet and Van Gogh. plus numerous historical artefacts and animal displays. See galleries guide for current temporary exhibitions.
I MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT Kelvin Hall. Dumbarton Road. 221 9600. Mort—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 11am—5pm. A museum crammed with buses. trams. fire engines. ships and other transportation. devoted to the history of transport.
Scottish Football Association Museum Trust Until 1997. Taster exhibitions of text. photographs and football memorabilia. leading up to the planned National Museum of Football at Hampden
Park. I PEOPLE’S PALACE MUSEUM Glasgow Green. 221 9600. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm: Sun 11am—5pm. [D]. Cafe. This well- 1oved institution is currently undergoing a facelift and is due to re-open in time for its centenary in 1998. The first stage of the work has reached completion. and the new top floor features a 1930s single-end house and a celebration of Glasgow‘s great visionaries. I PROVANO’S LOROSNIP 3 Castle Street. 221 9600. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sun 11am—5pm. The only surviving medieval house in Glasgow. built in 1471. Period room displays range from 1500—1918. I ST MUNGO MUSEUM OF RELIGIOUS LIFE AND ART 2 Castle Street. 221 9600. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 11am—5pm. Free. [D]. A museum of world faith. featuring a zen garden. priceless art works from the world‘s six major religions. Dali's C/irisr ofSaiirt John oft/re Cross and the story of religion in Scotland through words and pictures. Hinduism Until 27 Mar. A celebration of Hindu art and worship. exploring the history of Hinduism in the city of Glasgow. I SCOTLAND STREET SCNOOL MUSEUM 225 Scotland Street. 429 1202. Mon—Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 2—5pin. Cafe. [D]. 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 l960s school days. Fairy Tale in the Supermarket Until 5 Nov. From posters and magazines to stickers and T-shirts. all the objects in this major international exhibition use the art of photography. either literally or conceptually. Absolutely Fabulous Fashions Sat 1 l Nov—7 Jan. From the Industrial Revolution to the ﬁbres of the future. the production plant to the Paris catwalks. this exhibition looks at every aspect of the fascinating world of the rag trade. I SPRINGBURN MUSEUM Atlas Square. 557 1405. Mon—Fri 10.30am—5pm; Sat 10am—4.30pm; Sun 2-5pm. [D]. The Tenement Follt Until 3| Jan 1996. Based on photographs by 83-year-old former Glasgow Corporation architect
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I Picture it you will, a lottery where every penny goes to a good cause, there are no losers and Anthea Turner is nowhere in sight. Sound too good to be true? Well the Collective Gallery’s 1995 Fundraising Exhibition is just that. 400 individually numbered boxes, 399 of which contain a piece of original art by some of Scotland’s top artists (including the above print by Will Maclean) and in the remaining box - 1000 smackers! Pick a number for £15, in person or by phone, and on 2 December you’ll be the proud owner of something gorgeous to display in your home, or a very fat wallet. Either way you’re a winner. So out out the Camelot middle man and support the arts direct - remember it will be you. Fundraising Exhibition at Collective Gallery from Sat 11 Nov-2 Dec.
Andrew Lillie. this exhibition exploring tenement life in the city features reconstructions of a tenement kitchen. a back court. a 1920s school room and a cludgie. or shared water closet.
Food For Thought Until 31 Mar 19%. Do you eat to live or live to eat'.’ Either way. there‘s no getting away from the fact that food plays a big part in all our lives. especially Chris(py) Bacon‘s. He's designed a collection of postcards exploring the rich diversity of food. front production to preparation to the best part -- consumption.
I AOAM NOUSE Chamber Street. Tue-Fri 10.30am-9pm; Sat l0.30aiii—5.30piii. Charity Art Show Tue 7—1 1 Nov. More than 2000 paintings will be on display at this annual show organised by Cancer Research Campaign Scotland. all of which are for sale. with a third ofsale price going to the charity.
I ASSEMBLY ROOMS 54 George Street. 220 4348. Daily 11am—5pm.
Mixed Exhibition Wed 8-29 Nov. Work by four local artists. Sara Heywood. iiwan Robertson. Stuart Bennett and Patrick Bergel. exploring the architecture and character of the Assembly Rooms building.
Edinburgh College of Art Wed 8—29 Nov. Students from the School of Visual Communication produce a changing body of work in response to the events taking place iii the building during the Assembly ti/ivt'.’ season.
I BELL’S BRAE GALLERY Dean Bridge. Dean Village. info 225 4407. Daily noon—6pm.
Flow Pattern Until 19 Nov. Colour photos by John Reiach exploring moving water in the natural landsca e.
I BLUE MOON GALLERY 36 Broughton Street. 557 0911. Mon—Sun ntxni—iiiidnight.
Living Evidence Until 5 Nov. Mounted in the style of the traditional family album. Rosalie Favell‘s large-scale Polaroids document a lesbian relationship where all is not as it seems.
I CNESSEL’S GALLERY Old Playhouse Close. Canongate. 558 6509. Mon—Fri 9am—5pm.
The Holocaust and After Fri 10-24 Nov. Work by Myer Lacome featuring representational drawings of events
surrounding the holocaust and memorial collages to those who died.
I CITY ART CENTRE Market Street. 529 3993. Mon Sat 10am-6pm.
On The Face 0t 1t Until 18 Nov. Eight artists explore the concept of architectural facades. and the contrast between outward appearance and inner meaning.
Aspects of Scottish Painting Until it Nov. An exploration of Scottish paintings from the early 20111 century. featuring work by the Scottish Colourists and the Glasgow Boys among others.
Recent Acquisitions Until l3 Jan. Scottish paintings. sculpture and printmaking by well-known contemporary artists including John Bellaiiy and Derek Roberts.
Scenes Of The World To Come Sat 4 Nov—Ab Jan 1996. Forming the centrepiece of ‘Maiiil'esto'. the first lnternational I‘L‘SIIVIIItil..r\l'CI11ICCIlll‘C. Building and Design. this exhibition features over 350 rare drawings. sketches. photographs. publications and models by architects of the past. present and future.
I CITYLAB 35 Duridas Street. 556 7822. Mon-~1“ri 8.30aiii-5.30pm.
Degree Show Until 18 Nov. An exhibition of photography by final year students at Napier University.
I COLLECTIVE GALLERY 22—28 Cockburii Street. 220 1260. Tue—Sat 11am—5pm.
A Slow Remembering Until 5 Nov. Using costumes. masks and props set against a theatrical background. photographer Diana 'l‘horneycroft investigates the personal and universal aspects of sexuality.
Fundraising Exhibition Sat 1 l Nov—2 Dec. See photo caption.
I CONTACT GALLERY Grindlay Court Centre. (iriiidlay Street Court. 229 7941. Mon—Thurs l()aiii—4pm; Fri ltlaiii--2.30piii.
Power, Love and Housework Until 5 Nov. Photographic self-portraits resulting from a project involving professional photographers and adults with learning disabilities.
Sharp Mon 13 Nov—7 Dec. Colourful relief prints produced by artist Ross Georgeson and members of his printmaking workshops held at the Grindlay Court Centre.
I CYBERIA 84—88 Hanover Street. 220 4403. Sun—Tue l 1am—7pm; Wed-Sat
lncarnations Sat 4—30 Nov. An exhibition of sculpture by Dr Graham Tydeman who
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