Exhibitions are listed by city 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.



I9 Parnie Street. 552 7779. Mon-Sat

1 1am—6pm.

Alan King Fri 29 Aug—Tue 30 Sep. New figurative work by this Glasgow-based painter inspired by classical Italian paintings and musical influences. Jeweller Of The Month Fri 29 Aug—Tue 30 Sep. Contemporary jewellery by Linzi Russell.


University of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 552 4400 ext 2682. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sat noon—4pm. [D]. Changing Perceptions Sat 30 Aug—Sat 4 Oct (closed 29 Sep). A touring exhibition which allows contemporary art to be experienced through the senses of sight. touch. sound and smell.


178 West Regent Street. 221 6370. Mon-Sat 10am—5.30pni.

New Generation Artists Until Sun 31 Aug. A selection of work from this year‘s graduates from the various Scottish Art Colleges in Glasgow. Edinburgh. Dundee. Aberdeen and Cardonald College.

Contemporary Scottish Art Fri 29—Ttic 30 Sep. Mixed exhibition by various gallery artists.


Regent House. 113 West Regent Street. 226 5413. Mon—Fri 10am~5pin. Glasgow Style Until Tue 30 Sep. A mixed show featuring work by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Tomie M. King and Norman Kirkham.

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10 Mitchell Lane. 221 8353. Mon—Sat Ham—midnight; Sun 6pm—midnight. Club Culture Until Sun 31 Aug. A multi- media exhibition featuring the people of Glasgow at their very best. in images taken from photoshoots at various club venues in the city. The images are manipulated by artist Barry Priest to create a series of montages.


134 Blyths‘wootl Street. 332 4027. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5.30pm; Sat

10am— 1 pm.

Contemporary Applied Arts Summer Exhibition L‘ntil Fri 5 Sep. Paintings. drawings and watercolours by various artists. all priced under £500. Also ceramics. jewellery and glass by gallery artists.

Wish You Were Here . . .Two Sat 6—Tue 30 Sep. An exhibition of artists‘ postcards celebrating the summer of 1997.

Blue Note Sat 6 -Tue 30 Sep. Contemporary ceramics by various artists.

Focus On Six Sat 6—Tue 30 Sep. New jewellery by six artists.


346—354 Sauchiehall Street. 332 7531. Mon—Sat 11am—6pm; Sun noon—5pm. Cafe. [1)].

Fragments Sur Les Institution Republicaines IV Sat 6 Sep-Stlt 18 ()ct. Shane Cullen‘s first solo exhibition in Scotland comprises monumental walls of text. consisting of 9b panels created over the last four years in artist—residencies across Europe. Also in Gallery 2. a mini- retrospective of Cullen's work. See lectures & Iivenls and preview.

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Castlemilk Shopping Centre. Castlemilk Arcade. 634 2603. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Mother And Child Wed 3—Sat 20 Sep. The results from a series of workshops held by artist Claire Dempsey. with both the children who attend a local daycare programme and their mothers. Developing their creative and artistic ability. the exhibition celebrates the experiences of childhood. motherhood and of how they come together in parenthood.


Queen Street. 229 I996. Mott-Sat l()am——5pm (closed Tue); Sun

I 1am-5pm. Glasgow‘s newest 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 \‘v'iszniewski. The Process 0f Animation L'ntil Tue 28 ()ct. An exhibition tracing the production of an animated film. from story ideas through to drawing. filming. sound- tracking and final printing. Also on loan from the Animation Art Archives in California. the original storybtxtrds and artwork from the new live action film Bur/nun And RUM/I.

Out Of The Blue Until Sun 21 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 Sit/mini festival.


4 Parnie Street. 552 «1585.Tue-—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun noon —inii.

The Dalhousie Pottery Retrospective I'ntil Sat 30 Aug. Ceramics by potters who have worked at this pottery since its establishment in the early 80s.

Naked Clay Sat 6-~'I'tie 30 Sep. Ceramics based on the human figure by ten artists froin all over Britain.

Artists Newsletter moves towards the 21st century With a new design beginning this September New regulars already being run, include Soundings, a unique artist-led reViews section, Wave, a TV and radio highlights page, and Compass, a page focusing on centres I artists-led actiwty throughout the UK and abroad.


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

Until Tue 30 Sep. 20th century Scottish paintings and drawings by various artists including. Eardley. MacTaggart. Lesley Banks. Josef Herman. Scottish colourists and Glasgow school artists.

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The Terrace. Princes Square. 48 Buchanan Street. 227 1999. Mon-Sat 10am—7 in; Sun noon—5pm.

Rewar ing Architecture Fri 29 Aug—Sat 18 Oct. A sneak preview of recent architectural projects located in and around Greater Glasgow, nominated for this year‘s annual awards ceremony by the Glasgow Institute of Architects.


Cafe Cosmo. 12 Rose Street. 332 8128. Mon—Sat noon-9.30pm; Sun 5—9.3()pm. Hong Kong Mon 1—Sat 21 Sep. Photographer Tom Webster's series of stills captured in and around Hong Kong before the handover to China.


22 King Street. 552 0704. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm.

Dreaming Of Jerusalem Until Sat 6 Sep. Rich and velvety mezzotints by Stuart Duflin inspired by his travels to Jerusalem.

Barbara Rae Until Sat 6 Sep. An exhibition of new work which has evolved from her recent visits to South Africa. Ireland and the Highlands of Scotland.


167 Renfrew Street. 353 4500. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5pm; Sat 10am—noon.

Sutra: The Thread That Binds Until Sat 13 Sep. A three-part exhibition celebrating 50 years of independence in India. which pays tribute to the 16 million textile master craftsmen and women. Ku/umkuri: For The (int/s Am/ ,lluninmn focuses on the evolution of Kalamkaris (Persian word for cotton painted with vegetable dyes): Kurt/nu) liit/iu's ('lnl/is ()f (in/(l looks at the grandeur of royal Indian textiles and A 'I'lmiim/it/ Did/wit Iii Slllt'llt’x.‘ Iz'lii/n'nit/t'rit's l’mm T/It’ .-'\"urI/ni‘¢'.vl Quilt/run! features nomadic costume and shows a range of historical and contemporary pieces from adult and children's costumes to household furnishings and accessories. See review. Contemporary Indian Painting Until Sat 30 Aug. Abstract paintings by Sunil Gawde. See review.

Sandra Petrillo: India 1993-1996 Until Sat 30 Aug. I’etrillo‘s photographs reflect her rich and varied experience of the Iiast. See review.

Peter Bevan: Sculpture 1989-1997, Between Visits To India Until Sat 30 Aug. Sculpture and drawings influenced

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Hit list

The best exhibitions this fortnight

Surrealism And Afte The big boys of

Surrealism Duchamp, Magritte, Dali and Max Ernst - are seen in all their glory with the first public showing of the Keiller Collection, bequeathed to the gallery by the champion golfer and marmalade heiress, Gabrielle Keiller in 1996. Edinburgh: National Gallery of Modern Art until 9 Nov.

Theories of the Decorative The ornamental answers back in a show of seven abstract artists in Edinburgh's finest exhibition space. Edinburgh: Inver/eith House, Royal Botanic Garden until 5 Oct.

Raeburn Edinburgh's celebrated artist son, famed for his portrait of the skating reverend, gets his first major restrospective for over 40 years. Edinburgh: Royal Scottish Academy until 5 Oct.

Sutra Stunning collection of antique and contemporary Indian textiles in an exhibition marking 50 years of Indian independence. Glasgow: School of Art until 73 Sep.

Reading Room Double page spreads of stocks and shares from the world's broadsheet press are powerful symbols of marketplace exploitation in Peter Kennard’s installation. Edinburgh: Edinburgh College of Art until 30 Aug. Dalziel and Scullion The artist duo who have gone rural on Scotland's north-east coast, show a vast, two-screen video installation: a melancholic musing on the sea and a graveyard angel. Edinburgh; National Gallery of Modern Art until 74 Sep.


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