Exhibitions are listed by category, then alphabeticall by city and venue. Please sen details to our office at least ten days before publication. Art listings compiled by Helen Monaghan.



1‘) Parnie Street. 552 777‘). Mon—Sat

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Scape Until 1 Apr. New landscapes. seascapes and cityscapes by James Macaulay. Joyce Borland. Lin Pattullo. Mary Batchelor. Joan Somerville. Natalie Harrison and new graduates and new exhibitors.

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Mitchell Lane. 221 8353. Mon-Sat

llam - midnight; Sun 6pm -miduight. Flat Art Wed 2 A pre-J May. Former three—(Iimenstonal. everyday objects such as boxes. cans. crisp packets. found in bins or other people's pockets. have been llattened by the Iixidore artists. See preview.

Good Bye Girl: style queen. Janice Kirkpatrick astride a Ducati.

from a show of her favourite things. at 1999 Information Centre, Glasgow until 19 Apr


134 Blythswood Street. 332 4027. Motr-I'T‘i 9.30am--5.30pm; Sat 10am-1pm. RSW Until 1 Apr. A selection of over 70

Painted Forms Until 2 Apr. Two and three-dimensional paintings by Jim Pattison. which focus on painting and its ability to create illusions.

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works from the Royal Scottish Society of Painters in \N’aIercolours.

Also on show new ceramics from Judith (illlltotll‘. glass works from Jane Charles and contemporary tableware from Chris Knight. Diana Greenwood. Shiona Carnegie. Norman Cherry. Simone Tett l-lompel and Kevin ()'1)wyer.


King Street. 552 2540.

‘Agua’ Installation Until 29 Mar. A unique collaboration work presented by ()ak's Bark involving sculpture. film and music. where mirrored columns of varying size and shape create a surreal forest ol‘ mirrored skeleton-like l'orms. encouraging the viewer to enter and interact with the forms. The video projectors deliver images into the installation space. which become displaced by the revolving mirrors. bouncing and retracting around the space. The installation is accompanied by a ten-minute looped cassette giving a continuous soundtrack. which together form this ‘expanded cinema installation'.


350 Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521.

Mon <Sat llatn -opm; Stm noon-—5pm. Cal-e.

In The Course Of Time: A Worldwide Case Of Homesickness Until 26 Apr. A lirst solo show of recent work by Hannah Collins. featuring immense black and white photographs taken in Poland during the past four years. at a time ol'gt'eat

upheaval and change. 15A CLEVEDEN ROAD

15A Clevedon Road. 337 235-1. Daily 10am—6pm.

That Untravell'd World Until 23 Mar. Continuing the trend of private home shows is Julie Brook's exhibition of paintings. drawings and film.


University of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 552 4-100 ext 2682. \lon-~-I~"ri 10am—5pm; Sat noon-4pm. [D].

The Magic World Of Pookie And The Animal Shelf Sat 22 Mar—3 May. ()riginal artwork created during the 1940s and 1950s by internationally renowned artist and author ol’children's books Ivy Wallace is on display. The exhibition l‘eatures puppets produced for television animation. a video doctttnentary atid lil‘e-si/e reconstructions of Pun/vie. the flying rabbit. See Kids.


Castlemilk Shopping Centre. (‘astlemilk Arcade. (>34 2603. Mott-Sat 10am—5pm. On The 34 Until 5 Apr. In collaboration with The Pearce Institute. 111(50111 Atkinson-Gril'l‘ith‘s portrait paintings of people on the number 34 bus. which travels between Castlemilk and (iovan and landmarks on route. It also includes text-based work taken from Nicola‘s conversations with people on the bus.



COMPASS GALLERY 178 West Regent Street. 221 (i370. Mon-Sat 10am 5.30pm.

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Stunning prints from the legendary American artist

15 March - 19 April

The Original Print Shop EVELEEN WRIGHT

Evocative etchings incorporating the Gods & goddesses of ancient mythology

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GALLERY OF MODERN ART Queen Street. 229 1996. Mon—Sat

10am—5pm (closed Tue); Sun H

l lam—5pm. Glasgow‘s new gallery. with "’9 b9“ GXMbu’ons W5 Might four thematic floors based on the o - elements: Earth. Air. Fire and Water. Featured artists include Howson. Hockney. Campbell. Bellany and Byrne as well as interactive exhibits and a swish cafe decorated by Adrian Wiszniewski. The Lord Provost's Prize: Shortlist 0f Artists Until 31 May. A display of recent work submitted by the shortlisted artists nominated for the Lord Provost Prize. in order that visitors can vote for their favourite. The artists are Lesley Banks. John Cunningham. Norman Edgar. Bruce McLean. Anda Peterson and Craigie Aitcheson.

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A Home Of Signs And Wonders Photographer Owen Logan spent months travelling in southern Nigeria. The results are a series of black and white studies of life and religious practice in the region. Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh until Sun 1 Jun.

Grave & Steel Back-lit and iridescent. Catherine Yass's largescale, negative and positive photographic images of Port Talbot steel factory and Edinburgh's Greyfriars cemetary are stunning. Beautiful and questioning exposures of hard-core industry and death—filled landscape. Portfolio Gallery, Edinburgh.

Good Buy Girl Glasgow style queen Janice Kirkpatrick of Graven Images has chosen her favourite things. First on show at London‘s Design Museum, they are now north of the border and include a Wonderbra and a Ducati bike. 1999 Information Centre, Glasgow until Sat 19 Apr.


4 Parnie Street. 552 4585. Tue—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun noon—4pm.

Brit Pot Until 27 Mar. Selected pots by over twenty well-known British potters.


Rouken Glen Road. Giffnock. 620 0235. Mon—Sun 1.30—5.30pm (closed Tue). Mystery Exhibition Until 31 Mar. Small scale paintings by 26 artists who regularly show at the gallery.


148 West Regent Street. 221 3095. Mon—Sat 9.30am—5.30pm.

Robert Thompson 1915-1956 Sat 22 Mar—l2 Apr. Drawings and paintings from a pupil of James Cowie RSA. Works currently in stock include Anne Redpatlt. Tom Shanks. and William McTaggart.


Cafe Cosmo. 12 Rose Street. 332 8128. Mon—Sat noon—9.30pm; Sun 5—‘).30pm. Sean McGlashan Until 31 Mar. Following the artist's studies in Pennsylvania. Arizona and Texas. this exhibition of new work draws on his interest in the figure and his

which evokes both the ‘land issue' in the Highlands as well as celebrating the overlap of Celtic and mainstream culture.

observation of the nature of the landscape of both the USA and Scotland.


22 King Street. 552 0704. Mon—Sat l0am—5.30pm.

Jim Dine Until 19 Apr. Graphic works by the legendary American artist Jim Dine. notorious for his involvement with the Pop Art Movement. He has produced over (>00 editioned prints using every printmaking technique imaginable. See preview. Eveleen Wright Until 19 Apr. Beautiful etchings incorporating the gods and goddesses of ancient mythology.


University oi~ Glasgow. University Avenue. 330 5430. Mon—Sat 9.30am-«5pm.

The Age Of Rembrandt Until 10 May. Prints by Dutch and Flemish 17th century artists drawn from the I-lunterian‘s own extensive collection. Central to the exhibition will be 33 etchings by Rembrandt as well as work by Rubens. Van Dyck. Jacob van Ruysdael and Adriaen van ()stade.


167 Renl‘rew Street. 353 4500. Mon—Thurs 9.30am—8.30pm; Fri 9.30am—5.30pm; Sat 10am—noon. Propositions Until 29 Mar. A series of exhibitions and publications on drawing and its uses in art. design and architecture. Printmaking Until 29 Mar. New work from the print students.

Calanais Wed 2—26 Apr. An exhibition


BDITICBH DAINTINCé 19th—ZOth CENTUDY 148 West Degent (St Glasgow C2 2DO\<Scotland

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Notable pupil of James Cowie RSA


152 Park Road. 337 ()727. Daily noon—7pm.

Space Until 14 Apr. Digital manipulated photographs exploring the new boundaries between photography and new technology by photographer Chris Flse in his debut exhibition.

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22 March - 12 April

Daily except Sunday 9.30 - 5.30 (Note: closed Easter Sat & Mon)

Still life with Cards Couache 1933

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