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. . Wax Works Until 15 Mar. Over 40 10am-5pm (closed Tue); Sun I n f... ~_;,' llStl n 95 contemporary UK-based artists explore Ham—5pm. Glasgow‘s new gallery. with H » the creative possibilities of wax either four thematic floors based on the ' "e Exhibitions are listed by category, uniquely or in combination with other elements: Earth. Air. Fire and Water. The best exhibitions this fortnigh viii then alphabeticall by city and media. Featured artists include Howson. , «1 ~ < - t a -- . x . I " is". venue. Please sen details to our Hockney. Campbell. Bellany and Byrne ; . “~~ ’2. office at least ten days before COMPASS GALLERY as well as interactive exhibits and a ' publication. Art Listings compiled by 178 West Regent Street. 22l 6370. swish cafe decorated by Adrian Helen Monaghan. Mon—Sat lOam—5.30pm. Wiszniewski. Painted Forms Until 26 Mar. Two and The Lord Provost's Prize: Shortlist 0f three-dimensional paintings by Jim Artists Until 31 May. A display of recent Pattison. which focus on painting and its work submitted by the shortlisted artiSLs ability to create illusions. nominated for the Lord Provost Prize. in ART EXPOSURE GALLERY order that visitors can vote for their 19 Parnie Street. 552 7779. Mon—Sat 18 KING STREET favourite. The artists are Lesley Banks. 1 lam—6pm. King Street. 552 2540. John Cunningham. Norman Edgar. Bruce Scape Until l Apr. New landscapes. Four -:- Two Until 16 Mar. Second McLean. Anda Peterson and Craigie seascapes and cityscapes by James instalment of this two-part group show of Aitcheson. I ' . Macaulay. Joyce Borland. Lin Pattullo. sculpture. painting and installations from ' ~ 3 - I u v - e - Mary Batchelor. Joan Somerville. Natalie Stephen Healy and Neil Warmington. t. GARNER GALLERY Grave & Steel Back-lit and iridescent, ‘53., Herrgson and new graduates and new 'Agua Insltabllanon Tue ll8.—29ll\'.1ar. A 40Parmse Stregt. 552 45315. Tue—Sat Catherine Yass's ||e ' ex 1 itors. unique co a ora ion wor' invo ving am—- pm; un noon pm. - sculpture. film and music in a cross- Brit Pot Until 25 Mar. A selection of tragsgregc'ezf’fgon TalbOt Steel plan; i“ ROGER BILLCLIFFE FINE ART media ‘expanded cinema installation‘ ceramics from well-known British artists. an _ m mg 5 rel/mars cemetery a v; #- l34 Blythswood Street. 332 4027. presented by Oak’s Bark. beaUl'fl-ll exposures 0i hard’core Mon-Fri ‘1308111-5-30pm; Sat GATEHOUSE GALLERY industry and a death-filled landscape. : 10am-1pm. 15A CLEVEDEN ROAD Rouken Glen Road. Giffnock. 620 0235. Portfolio Gallery, Edinburgh. RSW Until lApr. A selection of over 70 Cleveden Road. 337 2354. Daily Mon—Sun 1.30—5.30pm (closed Tue). - "-35 works from the Royal Scottish Society of 10am—6pm. Mystery Exhibition Until 31 Mar. Small gatqmmg‘fk The final weeklorf h Painters in Watercolours. That Untravell'd World Sun 16—23 Mar. scale paintings by 26 artists who unnmg an requemly sensua , '9 till? Also on show new ceramics from Judith Continuing the trend of private home regularly show at the gallery. based works by Adam Barker'M'llv Gilmour. glass works from Jane Charles shows is Julie Brook's exhibition of COIOUT oozes and retracts from the 1, and ctontlesmporgry tablewgreggrom Chris paintings. drawings and film. GEEBER FISNE ART;21 109$ downstairs installations giving a near. m t t. iana reenwm . . tona est egent treet. .. . . . ' ' a; Cariiegie. Norman Cherry. Simone Ten FRINGE GALLERY Mon—Sat 9.30am—5.30pm. (32' Hompel and Kevin O‘Dwyer. Castlemilk Shopping Centre. Castlemilk Works currently in stock include Anne . . ,w e y u Arcade. 634 2603. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Redpath. Tom Shanks. and William 't a." 'n‘ Roya, Bommc Garden CCA Art From The Heart Until 8 Mar. McTaggart. Edinburgh. ‘-._ 350 Sauchiehall Street§332 752 l.S Ceramic scglfiture. abstrélct paintiiftg. GLASGOW FILM THEATRE Annual Taking on the animal world, an Mon—Sat l lam—6pm; . un noon—_ pm. portraits an umorous rawings rom ' - - - .1" Cafe. four artists from Castlemilk: Rose Cafe Cosmo. 12 Rose Street. 332 8128. opgffleigzci {0‘ In The Course Of Time: A Worldwide Roulston. June Patton. William Brown Mon—Sat noon—9.30pm; Sun 5—9.30pm. . p . . ‘. , a Case Of Homesickness Sat 15 Mar—26 and Sebatino McGlane. Sean McGlashan Until 3| Mar. 'nna'ds from Dam'en “"54 5“ 3'°"95'de§t} Apr. A first solo exhibition of recent On The 34 Fri l4 Mar—5 Apr. In Following the artist's studies in drawrngs Of nuclear fallout-mutated work by Hannah Collins. featuring collaboration with The Pearce Institute. Pennsylvania. Arizona and Texas. this insects by Cornelia Hesse-Honegger [if immense black and vhite photographs Nicola Atkinson-Griffith‘s portrait exhibition of new work. draws on his whne coughs Gordon snows death ‘2" taken in Poland during the past four paintings of people on the number 34 bus interest in the figure and his observation with his _Size video of a d in 3 years. at a time of great upheaval and and landmarks en route. [I also includes of the nature of the landscape of both the y y g change. text-based work taken from Nicola's USA and Scotland. bluebome' CCA' Glasgow conversations with people on the bus. See COLLINS GALLERY preview. University of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 552 4400 ext 2682. Mon—Fri GALLERY OF MODERN ART 10am—5pm; Sat noon—4pm. [D]. Queen Street. 229 1996. Mon—Sat

First solo exhibition in Scotland 15 March - 26 April 1997

Hannah Collins

‘In The Course of Time: A Worldwide case of Homesickness'

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Immense black anti white images depicting urban and rural scenes photographed in Poland during the last lour years


Centre for Contemporary Arts 350 Sauchiehall Street Glasgow 02 310

0141 332 7521 Galleries open: Mon - Sat 11am - 6pm

& Sun 12noon - 5pm. admission free

Sea stack: a land work by Julie Brook made on the shore of lura. That untravelled world. an exhibition of Brook's paintings, drawings and film can be seen at 15A Cleveden Road, Glasgow from 16-23 Mar.

7-20 Mar 1997 TIIEU8T85