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 elen Monaghan.
ART EXPOSURE GALLERY
19 Parnie Street. 552 7779. Mon—Sat 11am—6 m.
Tells A tory Until Mon 29 Jun. A group show of Scottish narrative figurative paintings where every picture tells a story. Artists include Alan King. Tim Cockburn. Peter Nardini and David Schof'reld.
Shirley Pettigrew Until Mon 29 Jun. Figurative sculpture.
Jamie O’Dea Fri 3—Mon 27 Jul. Narrative ﬁgurative paintings by this Ayrshire-based artist.
Evelyn Peffers Fri 3—Mon 27 Jul. Sculpture.
THE ASSEMBLY GALLERY
168 Renfrew Street (above The Vic Bar). Tue—Fri 11am—6pm.
Room Until Fri 26 Jun. A new installation by Ben Woodeson.
AULD KIRK MUSEUM
The Cross. Kirkintilloch. 775 1185. Tue—Sat 10am-5pm (Closed Mon). Take 5 Until Sat 4 Jul. An exhibition of work by ﬁve artists and crafts people from East Durnbartonshire. See Kids listings.
BARCLAY LENNIE FINE ART
Regent House. 113 West Regent Street. 226 5413. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm.
Glasgow Style Until Wed 30 Sep. An exhibition of work by Annie French.
An exhibition of art inspired
GALLth or MODERN ART. Cir/«soon
5th October - 6th November 1998
Proposals are invited front
artists living or working in Glasgow to exhibit work in any media which is inspired by word. and in particttlar
literature. Deadline for submissions - 14th August.
Forfurther details and a submission pack, please contact:
JULIA FENBr, Ctitmort, GALLERY or MODERN ART, QUEEN STREET. GLASGOW Gl 3AZ
78 TIIEIJST 25 Jun-9 Jul 1998
Jessie M. King. E.A. Taylor. Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Talw'in Morris arid contemporary artists Norman Edgar. Norman Kirkhatn and W.J. Maskell.
ROGER BILLCLIFFE FINE ART
134 Blythswood Street. 332 4027. Mon-Fri 9.30am—5.30pm; Sat
Mhairi acGregor Until Tue in Jun. Recent paintings.
Jane Charles Until Tue 36 Jun. Glassware.
New Jewellery Until Tue 30 Jtm. Contemporary jewellery by various artists including Nicola Becci. litnma Gale and Helen Buchanan.
Object As Subject Until Mon 31 Aug. A group show of still life paintings. Contemporary Applied Arts Wed 1 Jul—Mort 31 Aug. Displays ot’cet‘arrtics. jewellery. silver and glass by various artists.
Tom Elliot and Jacqui Ramrayka Wed 1 Jul—Mon 31 Aug. Ceramics.
BRAIN INJURY VOCATIONAL CENTRE Melrose House. 15—23 Cadogan Street. 221 4641. Mon—Fri 11am—3pm.
Hugh Murdoch Until Fri 26 Jun. Recent works by Hugh Murdoch to support the work of The Brain Injury Vocational Centre.
Strathclyde Buses. 423 6600 ext 3644. Views Of The City Until Fri 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 Strathclyde Buses fleet.
346—354 Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521. Mon—Wed I lam—6pm; Thu 8; Fri 11am—8pm; Sun noon—5pm. Cafe. [1)]. When Worlds Collide Until Sat 25 Jul. Artists Pierre Huyghe. Johan Grimonprer. and John Waters explore the relationship between documentary film. cinema and visual art.
University of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 552 4400 ext 2682. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sat noon—4pm. [1)].
The House Of Discourse: Marlene Ivey Sat 27 Jun—Sat 25 Jul. Marlene lvey's installation examines the relationships between the domestic arid the natural world.
178 West Regent Street. 221 6370. Mon—Sat IOarn—5.3()prn.
Heretical Diagrams Until Wed t Jul. A recent series of prints by Ian Howard.
EAST BANK HEALTH PROMOTION CENTRE
22 Academy Street. 201 9826. Mort-Sat 9am—5.30pm.
Tom Neil Mon 6—Stin 26 Jul. New paintings by this Glasgow-based artist.
ELDER PARK LIBRARY 228a1.anglarids Road. 445 I047. mon—Tue & Sat I lam—7pm; Wed 6’: Fri—Sat 9am-5pm.
Overdue Mon 29 Jun—Fri 24 Jul. Art exhibition of work by recent Glasgow School oI‘Att graduates.
EWAN MUNDY FINE ART
221 West George Street. 248 9755. Mon—Fri lOain-5.30pm; Sat 10am-2prtt. Summer Exhibition Until Tue 30 Jun. Paintings. watercolours and drawings by Anne Redpath. F.C.B. Cadell. 1.1). Fergusson. William McTaggart. Mary Armour and many more.
31 Chisholm Street (entrance through Free Hairdressing). 552 7100. Mon—Sat lOam—5.30pm.
Joy Bain Until Wed I Jul. Joy Bain‘s paintings of the only captive albino gorilla in the world. resident at Barcelona Zoo.
The Life Of Stuff l'ritil Tue 30 ltiit. The
18 Castlemilk Arcade. 634 2603. Mon—Sat 10am -5 int.
A String 0f Pear 5 And Some Other Gems liritil Fri 3 Jul. The results o1 an animation workshop w tth ptrptls at Kirkrigg Primary School. led by .-\nne lilliot.
GALLERY OF MODERN ART
QIIL‘C‘II Street. 229 i990 .\Ititl Sal
Illaiti 5pm (closed 'l‘ttei. Sttn
llatti 5pm. The gallery has four thematic lloots based on tlte elements: eattlr. .rll. tire and water. featuring tlte work or How son. Hockney. (Kitnpbell. liellany arid Byrne.
Original Animation tinttl Mon 3s Scp ()rigitial artwork by artist lwao ’l‘akamoto. who is responsible for some of tlte world‘s best~knowii cartoon characters.
Joan Rix Tebbutt: Artist And Calligrapher l'ntil Strn 20 Sep. A display of books datiirg from the late 70s and early b'tls. resulting from a ct'eatiy e collaboration between designer Joan Tebbtttt and bookbinder Sydney
(‘ockerell t. GARNER GALLERY
4 l’arnic Street. 552 4585. Tue Sat 10am 5pm; Stiti noon 4pm.
Platters And Bowls Under The Spotlight l'ntil Tue 30 Jun. .-\ selection of ceramic bow ls arid platters by 25 artists.
Animal All SOI'tS Sat 4 Wed 29 .lul. Ceramics based on animals by \ariotts artists.
Rouken (ilen Road. 620 0235. Daily l.3(l -5.3(Jpllt t('losetl Tue 1.
Ethel Walker l'ntil Strn 26‘ JUN. New paintings.
Illona Morrice 1'iitil Stttt 23 Jun. Sculpture.
CYRIL GERBER FINE ART
143 \Vc‘sl Regent Street. 2.21 5119.5. Mon Sat 9.30am 5.30pm.
Recent Acquisitions l’c‘llllttllclil exhibition of works by leading British artists including the (ilasgow lioy s. Scottish ('olotrrists. Mc'l‘aggait. ('ow ic. Redpatlt arid rtiarty more.
Making Waves l'nlil Sun 12 Jul. l..tnd arid seascapes from the west ol~ Scotland and other new oil paintings by l-rancts Macdonald.
GLASGOW FILM 8r VIDEO WORKSHOP 3rd Floor. 34 Albion Street. 553 2620. Mon~l‘ri 9.30am 6pm: Sat 10am 6pm. Time Lapse l‘ntil Fri 26 Jun. I’iiiliolc photographs by iiiembets ol 'l‘rongatc Studios.
Her Story: Kathleen Little l‘l'l % to it lid. The results ol' seyeral ttiotitlts of photographic workshops held with \ai‘iotis groups of women in Dundee.
Cale (’osmo. 12 Rose Street. i32 SI2S.
world premiere oth'ish .‘ylort'rsscy 's photographic e\hibttton which features atmospheric portraits of cast members from the lilm The life (2/ Stu/r w Inch opens at the (if-'1‘ on 19 .Jun.
Sarajevo: A Child's View w'ed I lit 31 Jul. An exhibition of black arid white photography resulting from a project rtrn by (‘hris Leslie. a psychology graduate and amateur photographer. Working 11] art orphanage in Sarajevo. l.cslie tatrglit photography to children ages 6 16. w ho then documented their life in the city four years alter the war.
GLASGOW INDEPENDENT STUDIO
4th Floor. 64 ()sbotrrrie Street. 552 I472. Mott—Sun 11am-5pm.
Morag Findlay Sat 27 Jttti~\\'ed 1 Jul. Morag Findlay explores colour. shape arid composition to illustrate objects associated With the rituals of self- beautilication. The result of this investigation. is a collaboration piece involving 25 people.
When Worlds Collide Johan Grtmonprez's extraordinary footage of airline hijacks through the ages is shown alongside John Waters' film stills of Dryint) playing the late but great Jackie Kennedy in a Show that tackles the intermarriage of film and art. Glasgow CCA until Sat 25 Jul
Bernard Moninot Pondering space, perspective and perception, French artist Moninot gives you not just food for
thought but a vrsual banquet. See
review Edinburgh: Frurtmarket until 2t lul.
MFA Celebrating its tenth birthday, graduates of the much-lauded Master of Fine Art course at Glasgow School Of tut show their w0rk. See preview. Glasgow. Tramway until 4 Jul.
Robert Capa The man who delivered from the world’s frontlines some of the bleakest memorials to 20th century warfare is given a retrospective that proves his credentials as one of photography/'5 greatest practitioners. Edinburgh: National Gallery of Modern Art until 72 Jul.
Colours Of The Indus Fiery colours and
exquisite detail in a show of textiles and dress from Pakistan, charting the flow of the river tndus through the country.
2 Edinburgh: Royal Museum until 28 Jun,
Home Town Sat 4‘ Thu 9 Jul. This new series of vtttal arts projects opens with a group show curated by Patrick Jameson.
The (ilasgow -based artists‘ work
compares their home town with their current residence iii (ilasgow'.
GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO
25 ls'mg Street. 552 070-1. .\lon Sat lilam 5 itlpm.
Jazz l'ntil Sat 25 Jul. :\ series of printed images by Matisse. based on his paper cut outs created irt I946.
Adrian Wiszniewski t'nttl Sat 25 Jul.
Recent works by Adrian \Vrs/rirewskr
featuring 'llit' (‘rm 1. (It '/'/tt' Kill! “It .JI/Ht'lI/llti/I\,t1(A\ .tlltl .S/ltlllt'l't‘tl. Scottish Landscapes t'ntil Sat 25 Jul. .-\ studio members e\ltibition ol‘ Scottish
GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART
The Mackintosh (ialleiy. 167 Renl'iew‘ Street. 353 4500. Mon Thu
10am 8.30pm; l~ri 10am 5pm; Sat 10am noon.
Degree Show Strti 2S Jtiti-- l-‘rt 3Jtrl. A ' selection ol ﬁnal year work by students
from the -\t‘clittecttire. l)esign and Fine .-\rt departments.
HOUSE FOR AN ART LOVER liellahouston l’ark. l01)trmbreck Road. 353 4770. Sat Stiii Illams 5pm. Mon -Fri. call the into line oti 353 4449.
Glasgow Print Studio Until Wed l Jul. Recent prints by contemporary Scottish printmaker's.
Sava Thu 2 Jul—~Thu 6 Aug. Ari exhibition of work by the South
(‘ilas‘gtwv-bascd community artists' group.