Exhibitions are listed by ci and category, then alphabetical y by venue. Please send details to our office at least ten days before publication. Art Listings compiled by Helen Monaghan.
ART EXPOSURE GALLERY
I9 Parnie Street. 552 7779. Mon—Sat
Gerard Burns Until Tue 29 Jul. New allegorical ﬁgurative oil paintings.
The Summer Show Fri l-26 Aug. Annual mixed exhibition featuring landscapes by new and regular exhibitors. work by recent graduates and much tnore.
BARCLAY LENNIE FINE ART
Regent House. “3 West Regent Street. 226 54I3. Mon—Fri I0am—5pm. Glasgow Style Until 30 Sep. A mixed show featuring work by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Tornie M. King and Norman Kirkharn.
ROGER BILLCLIFFE FINE ART
I34 Blythswood Street. 332 4027. Mon—Fri 9.30am-5.30pm: Sat l0am—Ipm. Contemporary Applied Arts Summer Exhibition Until mid Aug. Paintings. drawings and watercolours by various artists. all priced under £500. Also ceramics. jewellery and glass by gallery artists.
350 Sauchiehall Street. 332 752I. Mon—Sat Ham—6pm; Sun noon—5pm. Cafe.
Claire Barclay Until Sun 27 Jul. Her recent work which was developed in Australia following the Scottish Arts Council‘s artist residency award makes reference to skins and containers and uses animal materials such as fur. feathers and leather. Her new exhibition includes specially commissioned new pieces of work for the CC A‘s large gallery. Lovecraft Until Sun 27 Jul. Work by various artists investigating contrasting approaches to the value of craft. Artists include Jim Iserrnann. Lolly Batty. Cathy Wilkes. Simon Periton and Torn Friedman.
University of Strathclyde. 22 Richtnond Street. 552 4400 ext 2682. Mon—Fri I0am—5pm; Sat noon—4pm. [D].
The Language Of Touch Sat 26 Jul—23 Aug. An exhibition of work by the 62 Group. whose professional and international membership aims to raise the profile of Textile Art through challenging and dynamic work.
18 KING STREET
King Street. 552 2540. Tue-Sat noon-6pm.
About Time 2 Until Fri I Aug. An exhibition of work running concurrently at the Glasgow Film and Video Workshop by third year Fine Art photography students studying at Glasgow School of Art. The work consists of a multitude of different mediums incorporating photography with installation. sculpture. painting and football.
322 Duke Street. 551 88I0. Tue-Fri l0am—6pm; Sat-Sun 10am-4pm.
Fly 1 Until 8 Aug. A mixed-media exhibition in this new artist-led gallery. featuring site-speciﬁc based work by Rory Donaldson. inﬂatable sculptures by Ian Kettle and Susie Hunter and paintings by Richard Wright. See preview.
GALLERY OF MODERN ART
Queen Street. 229 I996. Mon—Sat I0am—5pm (closed Tue); Sun I lam—5pm. Glasgow's new gallery. with four thematic floors based on the 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 Process 0f Animation Until 28 Get. An exhibition tracing the production of an animated ﬁltn from story ideas through to drawing. ﬁlming. sound tracking and ﬁnal printing. Also on loan from the Animation Art Archives in California. the original storyboards and artwork from the new live action ﬁlm. Barman/1nd Robin.
Out Of The Blue Until 2I Sep. An exhibition of sculpture and installations giving a personal insight into the way three artists’ work has been inﬂuenced by different Muslim groups. The featured artists are Sher Rajah. Faisal Abdu' Allah and Zineb Sedira. Part of the city-wide Salaam festival. See preview.
t. GARNER GALLERY
4 Parnie Street. 552 4585. Tue—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun noon—4pm.
Jazz Until 29 Jul. Lively and colourful ceramics by various artists to coincide with the Glasgow Jazz Festival.
The Dalhouste Pottery Retrospective Sat 2—30 Aug. Ceramics by potters who have worked at this pottery since its establishment in the early 80s.
CYRIL GERBER FINE ART
I48 West Regent Street. 22I 3095. Mon—Sat 9.30am—5.30pm.
Recent Acquisitions Until mid Aug. On display new works by liardley. Fergusson. Lesley Banks. Knox. Vaughan and others.
GLASGOW INDEPENDENT STUDIO
Top Floor. 64 Osborne Street. 552 I472. Tue—Sat noon-5pm.
2 Tits 1 Showing Until Mon 4 Aug. Sculpture and photography by Sam Marsh and Niall Walker.
GLASGOW 1999 CENTRE
The Terrace. Princes Square. 48 Buchanan Street. 227 I999. Mon—Sat I0am—7pm; Sun noon —5pm.
Land Arch Until 23 Aug. Recent projects by internationally renowned architect. Massimiliano Fuksas. featuring paintings. models. video material and original drawings.
GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO
22 King Street. 552 0704. Mon-Sat mam—5.30pm.
Printmakers Printmaking Until Sat 2 Aug. Edinburgh Printmakers come to the studio while the Glasgow Print Studio goes to Edinburgh. providing an insight into the work of this workshop whose style and attitude to printmaking differs quite considerably.
Not Donald MacDonald Until Sat 2 Aug. A collaborative project of woodcuts and poems by artist John McNaught and poet Brian McCabe. which takes a wry look at life and politics in the Highlands of Scodand.
GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART
I67 Renfrew Street. 353 4500. Mon-Fri 9.30am—5pm; Sat I0am—noon.
God And Mamon Mon 28 Jul—I3 Sep. A three-part exhibition celebrating 50 years of independence in India. The show pays tribute to the 16 million textile master craftsmen and women. Kalamkari focuses on the evolution of Kalamkaris (Persian word for cotton painted with vegetable dyes). Golden Threat/s looks at the grandeur of Royal Indian textiles and Desert Expressions features Nomadic costume and shows a range of historical and contemporary pieces from adult and children‘s costumes to household furnishings and accessories. Contemporary Indian Painting Mon 28 Jul—30 Aug. Abstract paintings by Sunil Gawde.
HOUSE FOR AN ART LOVER Bellahouston Park. I0 Durnbreck Road. 353 4449. Cafe and design shop. Mon—Sun I0am-5pm.
William lohnstone Centenary Exhibition (1897-1981) Until I4 Sep. An exhibition of work presented by Duncan R. Miller Fine Arts. which looks at the work of ‘the father of Scottish Modernism'. The display includes striking canvasses as well as calligraphic works on paper. See Glasgow Museums for permanent exhibition room.
I78 West Regent Street. 22I 6370. Mon-Sat I0am--5.3()pm.
New Generation Artists Until 31 Aug. A selection of work frorn this year's graduates from the various Scottish Art Colleges in Glasgow. Edinburgh. Dundee. Aberdeen and Cardonald College.
GLASGOW FILM AND VIDEO WORKSHOP
30 Albion Street. 553 2620. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5.30pm; Sat I0am—6pm.
About Time 2 Until Fri I Aug. An exhibition of work by third year Fine Art photography students studying at Glasgow School ofArt. See I8 King Street Gallery.
Until end August Monday - Saturday 10am - 5.30pm
178 west regent st. glasgow g2 4rl scotland. 041-221 6370 fax: 041-248 1322
THE NEW GENERATION
Selected paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture and ceramics from this year’s graduates of Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee and Aberdeen Art Schools.
148 West Regent Street, Glasgow, G2 2R0, Tel: 0141 221 3095
HUNT ERIAN ART GALLERY
University of Glasgow. University Avenue. 330 5430. Mon—Sat 9.30am—5pm. Altered States: The Etching Revival 1850—1929 Until 23 Aug. British and French l9th century and early 20th century etchings drawn from the Hunterian‘s collection. selected by
,V calledioh of work by the big‘playefrsrof, ‘ SurrealiSm and mm on ’public'show for the first time. Bequeathediby,-the champion golfer and marmalade, heiress, Gabrielle Keiller, in 1985. The! highlights include work by Duchamp, Magritte and Man Ray. Edinburgh, ‘ National Gallery Of Modern Art until Sun 9 Nov. . g
John Goto Everything is not as it seems in 6010's large-scale digitally constructed photographs, where reality and fiction blur intriguingly'in a series of surreal vignettes. Edinburgh, Portfolio Gallery until Sat 26 Jul.
Fire. Water. Air Last chance to catch Bill Viola's mesmerising video The Messenger which was first seen in Durham Cathedral. Stirring stuff. Edinburgh, Fruitmarket Gallery until Sat 26 Jul.
lovecraft Wacky and browser:friendly group show that tmimphs 'folk over pop, cottage over industry, and people over media.‘ Glasgow, CCA until Sat 27
Dalziel-and Soullion A melancholic, but far from indulgent, two—screen video installation by the artist duo who live on the north east coast of Scotland. Edinburgh, National Gallery Of Modern
Art” until Sun 14 Sep.
students of the University of Glasgow’s History of Art Department. The artists include Whistler. Meryon. Millet. Degas. Samuel Palmer. Sickert and Graham Sutherland.
Tools For The Shaman On permanent display in the refurbished Sculpture Courtyard. Jake Harvey shows monumental works carved from Irish basalt.
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The Language of Touch Contemporary Textile Art by the internationally acclaimed
Illustrated catalogue. All work is for sale.
26 July - 23 August Mon-Fri 10-5. Sat 12-4. 22 Richmond Street, Glasgow Tel: 0141 553 4145
- THE SCOTTISH Am COUNCIL
25 Jul—7 Aug 1997111: 1.13191