Annual Exhibition 13 -20 June 1998
Duncan ofJordanstone College ofArt and Design
a faculty of the University of Dundee
Perth Road Dundee l)l)‘- 4r ll tel 01382 345330
82 TIIE LIST 11—25 Jun 1998
Exhibitions are listed by cit and category, then alphabetical y by venue. Please send details to our office at least ten days before publication. Art listings compiled by Relen Monaghan.
ART EXPOSURE GALLERY
1‘) Parnie Street. 552 777‘). Mon-Sat Ham—6 in.
Tells A tory Until Mon 2‘) Jun. A group show of Scottish narrative figurative paintings where every picture tells a story. Artists include Alan King. 'I'im Cockburn. Peter Nardirii and David Scholield.
Shirley Pettigrew Until Mon 2‘) Jun. Figurative sculpture.
AULD KIRK MUSEUM
The Cross. Kii'kintillocli. 775 l 185. Tue-Sat l0ainw5pni (Closed Mon).
Take 5 Until Sat «1 Jill. An exhibition oI work by live artists and crafts people from East Dumbartonsliire. See Kids listings.
BARCLAY LENNIE FINE ART Regent House. 113 West Regent Street. 226 54l3. Mon—-l"ri Illillll~5plli Glasgow Style Until Wed 30 Sep. An exhibition of work by Annie French. Jessie M. King. HA. 'l‘aylor. Charles Rennie Mackintosh. 'I‘alwin Morris and contemporary artists Norman Iidgar. Norman Kirkhani and W.J. Maskell.
66 Albion Street. 552 2680. Mon-Sun llain—riiidni 'llI.
Country Gir s: Sensuality Too Until Thu l l Jtiri. A Glasgow-based collective of women photographers explore sensuality and the human form.
ROGER BILLCLIFFE FINE ART
l3~l Blythswood Street. 332 4027. Mon—Fri ‘).3()atn—-5.30pm; Sal
l()am— I pm.
Object As Subject Until Tue 30 Jun. A group show of still life paintings. Mhairi MacGregor Until Tue 30 Jtiri. Recent paintings.
lane Charles Until Tue 30 .ltiii. Glassware.
New Jewellery Until Tue 30 Jun. Contemporary jewellery by various artists including Nicola Becci. Iimma Gale and Helen Buchanan.
Strathclydc Buses. J23 6600 est 364-1. Views Of The City Until l'i‘i 3 Jul. Three posters created by pupils at Greater Glasgow Primary School. representing their views of the city. can be seen on the bulkhead of the Stratliclyde Buses lleet. CCA
346-354 Sauchiehall Street. 332 752 l. Mon—Sat llani»6piri; Sun noon 5pm. Cafe. ID].
When Worlds Collide Sat 13 .ltiri Sat 25 Jul. Ari exhibition featuring artists l’ierre Huyghe. Johan (irimonpre/ and John Waters. which explores the relationship between documentary film. cinema and visual art. See preview.
University of Sti'athclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 552 4-100 est 2682. Mon Fri |()ain—5pin; Sat noon-4 mi. [l)|. Layers Of Meaning: Tire Rag Rug Until Sat 20 Jtiii. l-‘ollowing an increased interest iii the craft. which was brought to Scotland when the Norseiiieri first invaded Shetland and Orkney. an exhibition of rugs by eight British artists.
I78 West Regent Street. 22| 6370. Mon—Sat mam—5.30pm.
Heretical Diagrams Until Wed I Jul. A recent series of prinn by lati Howard.
Indian Botanical Drawings Pods, petals and foliage feature in an impresswe line— up of botanical drawings dating from 1790 to 1850. Edinburgh; Royal Botanic Garden until Sun 26 Jul.
Robert Capa The man who delivered some of the bleakest memorials to 20th century warfare from the world’s frontlines is given a retrospective that proves his credentials as one of photography's greatest practitioners. Edinburgh: National Gallery of Modern Art until 12 Jul.
When Worlds Collide Johan Grimonprez's extraordinary footage of airline hijacks through the ages is shown alongside John Waters' film stills of Divine playing the late but great Jackie Kennedy in a show that tackles the intermarriage of film and art. See prevrew. Glasgow: CCA Sat I3 Jun~Sat 25 Jul.
Geoff Weston Not one for the soft- focus button, Weston’s photographs of pools of vomit have provoked ’sickest show in town' eprtaphs from the press. Decrde for yourself in a show that tackles male culture, class divide and the need to throw up. See revrew. Edinburgh: Stills Gallery until 20 Jun. Scrolls From The Dead Sea One of the most important finds of the ZOth century and Glasgow's cultural coup of the decade, the Dead Sea Scrolls written some 2000 years ago get their only British showing in the city. Glasgow: Kelvingrove Gallery until 30 Aug. Bernard Moninot French and very conceptual, Bernard Moninot’s installations ponder space and perception in a show that brings philosOphy into the gallery. Edinburgh; Fruitmarkey Gallery 6 Jun—27 Jul.
EWAN MUNDY FINE ART
22l \Vest George Street. 243 9755.
Mon I‘ll lllaiii<5.30pin; Sat I0ani 2pm. Summer Exhibition Until Tue 30 Jun. Paintings. watercolour; and drawings by Anne Redpath. l-IC‘B. ('adell. J.l). I't‘l’g'llsstill. William Mc'l'aggart. Mary Armour and many more.
FREE GALLERY 3| ('hisholni Street (entrance through I‘ree Hairdressing). 552 7 Hit). Moll~ Sat l0anr 5.30pm.
Joy Bain Until Wed I Jul. Joy Bain's paintings ol‘ the orin captive albino gorilla in the world. resident at Barcelona Zoo.
FRINGE GALLERY IX (‘astleiriilk Arcade. 634 2603. Mort-Sat l0ain~5 irii.
A String Of Pear 5 And Some Other Gems Until Fri 3 Jtil. The results of an animation workshop with pupils at Kirkrigg l’riiiiary School. led by Anne l'IIliot.