Truths And Fictions Until 1 Jun. A major new exhibition eight years in the making by Mexican photographer Pedro Meyer. using photos and CD-ROMs to explore the truths and myths of the documentary aesthetic.

I TRANSMISSION GALLERY 28 King Street. 552 48l3. Tue-Sat Ham—5.30pm. La Capella Until 4 May. Multi media work by contemporary Spanish artists from La Capella gallery in Barcelona. oti show as part of an exchange project with Glasgow. See review.

Art For People Tue 14—25 May. Having sent out postcards inviting all 200 members of Transmission to contribute something to a mass group show. the resulting exhibition promises to be a truly eclectic mix of mixed media work. including video and installation. See preview.

I ART GALLERY 8i MUSEUM, KELVINGROVE 22l 9600. Mon «Sal l()am—Spm: Sun Ham—5pm. Cafe. [1)]. A wonderful permanent collection of work by such names as Rembrandt. Monet and Van Gogh. plus numerous historical artefacts. animal displays. ‘Wee Beasties' and an interactive display featuring a plethora of invertebrate animals. See galleries guide for current temporary exhibitions.

I MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT Kelvin Hall. l)umbarton Road. 22l 9600. Mon—Sat Island view: Tom Mackenzie’s drawing of the Isle of Skye on show at the Original Print Studio, Glasgow until Sat 1 Jun 10am~5pni; Sun I lam-5pm. A museum crammed with buses. trams. fire engines.

GLASGOW ART LISTINGS CONTINUED look at human rights. accompanied by signwriting arid installations created from ships atid other transportation. devoted to of this century \ most influential Scottish The Repression Trade. an examination of collected materials. l’urt offllluvfihvt. the history of transport. Also on show. a artists. including l’eploe. Hunter and the part Britain plays in supply ing torture I NS GALLERY 5.3 Cresswcll Street. 334 display of tnotorcycles dating from the (.‘ailell. plus a selection of work by equipment. 4240. Mon Sat l(lalit~5.30ptti; Sun early part of the century to present day. contemporary artists. I N01 ATLANTIC OUAY Hiooniielaw noon-5pm. including the recently acquired Art I MITCHELL LIBRARY North Street. 305 Sourcing The Clyde Tue 7-v 31 May. The Consuming Passions Iiillil 3 Jun. New Motorcycle. 2999. \lon l‘ri 9am~~9piii; Sat 9ani~5pm. results of a series of one-off \‘.tit'k\lltips work by Head of Painting at l)uncan ()f Scottish Football Association Museum Amnesty International Exhibition Utitil 10 held alongside the Clyde river oy er the .lordanstone Ronald l‘ot'bcs. who uses Trust Until I997. Taster exhibitions of May. 150 cartoons and prints takitig awry past two months. featuring neon gluttonous eating as a metaphor for text. photographs and football

mankind's destructive consumption of the memorabilia. leading tip to the planned

planet‘s resources. Part of .llitv/eyt. National Museum of Football at Hampden

. I ontotttAL Ptttttr sun? :5 Kiiig Street. Park. A g N 552 1394. Moti--- Sat l()am- 5.30pm. I PEOPLE’S PALACE MUSEUM Glasgow

. i Tom Mackenzie l’ntil l .liiii. Nevyprinls Green. 221 9600. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm: ; " .> and etchings depicting the beautiful Sitii Ilaiii~5pni. [l)]. Cafe. This well- * .8 . landscapes aiid vibrant colours of the Isle loved institution is currently undergoing a of Skye and the Highlands and lslatids. facelift arid is due to re-open in time for :- . :_. A ;. l’tirt of .lIityji'st. its centenary in I998. The first stage of A major group exhibition + ’1 rats} P ' ' ~ _‘ " I PRACTICE 5S(\'irgin{i;i Street. the workriias rteached Ct)lfi§)}lg‘)ll0fl. illilti thg ' ° = - -' """1 '” _ '_ 55- i 7--. "tie 'et am ipiii'. ' iurs new top oor eatures a . s sttig e-ent eXpIonng Class' race’ maSCUImI: y “er t . ._ ' llillll-~()plll‘. l-‘ri/Sat 9am~-(ipni. house and a celebration of Glasgow‘s . " Joint Exhibition Until 3 May. lixotic. great visionaries. . ' acrylic jewellery by Adatn l’axoii and I PROVANO’S LOROSHIP 3 Castle Street.

' . motiotype/release prints based oti club 221 9600. Moli—H'i l0am—-5piii; Sun world premiere OI HOW Dear to M9 The‘ Hour When i 7 culture by Karina Young. llam—5pm. The only surviving medieval Daylight Dies from one of America's most passionate, _ Norman O’Leary & Carola Michel Sat 4 house in Glasgow. built in 1471. Period

' ' ' nj May—7 Jun. ()‘l.eary's paintings depict. room displays span l500--l918. pom'ca' 8‘ p'OVOC-at've Cqmpa es _ and are designed mi. pleasure. while I St MUttoo museum or RELIGIOUS lIFE ' ° . 2 Michel has produced a hilarious video ANU ART 2 Castle Street. 22] 9600. installation entitled 'lilvis'. Part of Mon—Sat l()am-5pm; Siiti Ham—5pm.

, . . . .lluyjeyt. Free. [1)]. A museum of world faith. one of Scotland 5 leadmg perform?” In Werd prem'ere of I PROJECT ABILITY 18 Albion Street. 553 featuring a zen garden. priceless all works Runner. Inspired by Brian Keenan S aUtODIOgraphy An EVII 2822. bitill-l'Ti 10am 5pm. from the world's six tiiajor religions. Cradltng Out at The Head Limit 26 May. Mixed Dali‘s (vii-iii ()f'sumi Jn/m ()f'l'lit' ('mii

. media work by 'l‘roiigate Studio‘s Paul and the story of religion itt Scotland F0 l)uffus atid other Studio members. through words and pictures. _ A including prints and ceramic heads. l’urt Hinduism Until 4 Aug. A celebration of - ~ - i of .lIuv/esi. Hindu art and worshi . ex iloring the Sell-0L” has at prev'ous MayfeStS’ Sheffield S flneSt return I SALANOINI’S BARBER SHOP 342 West history of Hinduism iii tltelcity of with the” toucmng and provocatwe new Show speak Princes Street. 334 I064. Mon Sat Glasgow. Blttemess 9am—5pm. I scorunto STREET SCHOOL museum Maytest Exhibition l7ntil 7 Jun. linjoy‘ a 225 Scotland Street. 429 l202. Mon—Sat 2 ' short back and sides surrounded by art lOam—Spm; Sun 2—5pm. Cafe. [l)l. ' eclectic mix of paintings. drawings and Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh the IatESt dynamic performance poetry starring Dael SCLllplllll't‘ by sixteen artists -- haircut agd now home to arciiive iiiilit‘g/rijal on i ' v ' ' ' ' optiona . e ucation in Scotlant from t - onwart s. hpaYligfes 'Igfaigqfigg 3:?T'hC/‘Cvaggg I'SOCIETY OF SCOTTISH ARTISTS 18 Reconstructed classrooms give a flavour ' ' ' " t Kitig Street. 552 2540. Mon Sat of Victorian. Edwardian. World War ll ' - ' ' l()am--5pm. and 1960s school days. FREE BROCHURE OUT orsee L'St 'l‘sungs for deta'ls Brave Art l‘iitil IS May. Contemporary The Holocaust And After? Until 19 May. .., _ . iaiiiting. scul iture. mixed media and Paintings and collages by Myer laconic I: CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY AR rs installation byi' 40 metiibers of the Society chronicling the rise of Na/ism and its 350 SAUCH'EHALL STREET of Scottish Arts. including George \N'yllie. parallels with Bosnia today. GLASGOW (32 3J0 I... .lutie (‘arey and Alastair Mack. l’itrt of I SPRINGBURN MUSEUM Atlas Square. " +44 t0) 1 41 332 7521 -i. .i/(li‘ft‘xl. 557 l405. Mon—Fri 10.30am—5pm; Sat lwt) mu mum. o two m m mmmcr -'.r-Act'-. i" I STREET LEVEL 26 Kiiig Street. 552 l0am—4.30pnt; Sun 2—5pm. [l)l. “""‘"""“"~N'N“ "' " "“W ' “" “t” "9”“"-““" "'.‘_‘ 215 l. Mon—Sat 10am -5.30ptti. Art In The North Sat 4—18 May. A

74 The List 3-16 May 1996