GLASGOW GALLERIES continued
SHARMANKA KINETIC GALLERY
2nd Floor. I4 King Street. 552 7080. Sat & Sun noon-4pm.
A permanent collection of kinetic sculptures by Eduard Bersudsky.
28 King Street. 552 4Sl3. Tue -Sat Ham—5pm.
Members Show 1998 Until Sat 25 Jul. The annual summer open group featuring mixed media work by over 400 members.
2060 Pollokshaws Road. 64‘) 7 I5 I. Mon—Sat l0aiii--5pm; Sun Ham—5pm Sir William Burrell's world famous Collection of beautiful art objects from around the globe. housed in a specially designed. award-winning building.
The Reformation In Europe Until Sat 3| Get. An exhibition exploring the rise of Protestantism across Iiurope in the 16th and 17th century. Among the range ofexhibits are the rarely displayed Covenanting banners.
Victoria Park. 42‘) I202. Mon—Sun noon—5pm.
Glasgow's oldest tourist attraction. designated as a site of special scientific interest by Scottish Natural Heritage. provides interpretative displays and the opportunity to examine geological specimens dating from 350 million years ago.
PEOPLE'S PALACE MUSEUM
Glasgow Green. 554 0223. Mon—Sat I0am—5pm; Sun Ilam--5pm. [l)l. (‘afe Glasgow‘s best-loved institution re- opens after undergoing a major facclift to celebrate its centenary year. The new displays are set out thematically with subjects including The PHI/1’]: Iisimis ()f'l'lie City and Crime xlritl Punishment.
Avril Paton Until Sun IS ()cl. ()ver 25 paintings. new and old. by this (ilasgow artist.
POLLOK HOUSE 8i COUNTRY PARK 2060 Pollokshaws Road. 649 7 I 5 l. Mon—Sun l0aiii--5pm.
Built iii the lSth century style for the Maxwell family. this historic house features some of the finest Spanish paintings in Britain.
3 Castle Street. 553 2557. The IIIlIs‘L‘lIlII is temporarily closed due to structural damage and will ie-open in April I‘M).
ST MUNGO MUSEUM
2 Castle Street. 553 2557. Mon Sat I0aiii—5piii; Stiii Ham—5pm l‘ree. [1)]. A museum of world faiths. featuring a Zen garden. priceless art works from the world's six major religions. l)ali’.s (‘liriir ()fSui'iiI Joli/i ()f'l'lie ('rmpi and the story of religion in Scotland told through words and pictures.
A Journey Of Faiths Until tho 1 ()ct. An exhibition charting 50 years of the Hospitalite de Nott‘e Dame de l.oui'des
a Roman Catholic organisation which promotes the message of the Virgin Mary"s apparitions at Lourdes.
HOUSE FOR AN ART LOVER Bellahouston I’ark. I0 l)uiiibreck Road. 353 4449. Sat & Stiti l0ani--5pin: Mon—Fri. call for details as times vary. Cafe and design shop open daily. £3.50 (£2.50). Initially designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for a competition iii l‘)()l. this unfinished work has been completed by modern-day architects and designers in true Mackintosh style. See Glasgow Galleries for current temporary exhibitions.
KELVINGROVE GALLERY & MUSEUM 287 260‘). Mon-Sat Illaiii~5piiiz Stiii Ilaiii--5pni. Cafe. [D].
A permanent collection of work by such names as Rembrandt. Monet aiid Van Gogh. plus numerous historical artefacts and animal displays. See Glasgow Galleries for current temporary exhibitions.
MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT
Kelvin Ilall. l)unibanon Road. 287 2720. Mon—Sat l0am- 5pm: Still I lanr»5pm. A museum devoted to the history of transport.
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SCOTLAND STREET SCHOOL MUSEUM 225 Scotland Street. 42‘) I202. Mon—Sat I0am —5pm'. Sun 2~-5piii. Cafe. [D]. Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and now home to archiyc material on Scottish education from IS72 onwards.
Stitched Textiles L’niil Sun lb Aug. A graduate show by IINI) students ni Stitched Textiles at Cardoiiald College. plus work ruade in collaboration w itli primary school children.
The Alphabet Until Wed 23 Sep. The letters of the alphabet in different forms and media including bonsai sculptures and stone carvings.
SPRINGBURN MUSEUM Atlas Square. 557 I405. Tue l‘II l0.30aiii—5piii; Sat ltlaiii 4.50pm. ID]. Made In The North An exhibition chronicling the rich diversity of industries in Glasgow past and present. Springburn Park, Yesterday. Today And Tomorrow A look at the changes to Springburn I’ark ox er the years.
Coastal resorts: Murray Robertson's The Kingdome of Scotland It on show at
72 THE LIST 9—23 Jul I998
Glasgow's Original Print Shop
THE BELLEVUE GALLERY
4 licllevtle (it'escetlt. 557 I663. \\'edi Sun noon (ipiii.
Problems With Plumbing t'niil well 32 .liil. Recent drawings and paintings by Iain Patterson.
BEYOND WORDS BOOKSHOP
42 44 (‘ockburii Street. 226 6636.
Sun .\Ion noon 5pm; line Sat
Craig Mackay l'iilil Wed 30 Sep. An exhibition of photographs takctt froiii Mackay 's book People In .I [.(IIIt/H'tl/R'." The New l/ie/i/tuii/i rs. BOURNE FINE ART
(i l)undas Sll‘t‘t‘l. 557 405“. Mott l'Ill Illaiii 6pm; Sat Illaiii~ Ipiii.
New Acquisitions t'niil in it .llli. New works by various artists including William .\Ic(’ance. (ieorge Houston. Sir James (itillii'ie. l).Y. (‘aiiieioir Willy Wilson and Sam Bough. CALTON GALLERY
l0 Royal 'l‘err'acc. 556 llllll. .\Ion>rl‘ri ltlaiii 6pm; Sat Illam lpm.
Mixed Exhibition l'ntil I‘ri .‘il .ltil. .-\ w ide selection of w alercolotirs. paintings and sculpture by Scottish. British and Iiuropeaii artists from ITSII l‘)5l) CAMEO
‘iS lloiiie Street. 22S 4 I4 I. Irixhibitions open fifteen minutes beloi'e first screening of the day until llpiii
iSiin Wed); lani t’l‘liu Sat).
Cut l'iitil Still 26 .liil. Lesley Young takes an iiileryentioiiist appioacli to the architectural details of the Cameos interior. with works located at various points throughout the cinema.
CITY ART CENTRE
Market Street. 52‘) 3993. Mon Sat lllaiii 5pm. £4 t£2.50l. faintly ticket ill).
Missing Links Alive! I'iitil Sun l2 Jul. .-\n exhibition tracing the first footsteps of our ancestors using 2 lst century robotic technology.
Edinburgh: Portrait Of A Capital t’niil ll .liil. ’i‘lie stoiy of the capital is told tliioiigh paintings. drawings and prints hour the city‘s line art collection. COLLECTIVE GALLERY 22 2S ('ockbtii'ii Street. 220 I260.
The Sat llaiii 5.30pm t5pm l’iil. Seeing Hozomeen Sat ll .llll Sat l .-\ug. .-\ group show featuring work by .iitists (‘laii‘c Baiclay'. Stexe llollrngsmiith. Angus Hood. liva Rothschild and others. exploring the idea that if obseixed long enough. artworks take on new iiieaiiings and
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Clare Twomey Sat ll .ltll Sat I \ug. New work Ill tlic protect iooni from (’iarc 'l‘woiiiey.
(iiiiidlay (‘ouii ('cnti‘e. (irindlay Street ('oiiit. 22" T‘Hl .\Ioii 'l'liu ltlaiii 4pm; l‘!l Illaiii 2pm.
Our Stories l'iitrl Mon 27 Jul. Mixed media paintings by Derek ('ailin. lail .\looie. (ilt‘l‘ .‘xIcIdiuni. William I’orter. ix'aty Rogersoii. l)a\id Ruickbie. Miriam Vlc'kt‘l’s .tlltl l’al \Vllsoll
CYBERIA INTERNET CAFE
SS llatioyei Street. 220 4403. Mon Sat Illaiii ltlpiii. Sun noon 7pm.
Turning Point l’ntiI I'll 24 Jul. .-\ l.iiiks- iiiii ptolet‘t featuring a \ariety of work by ex drug olfeiidei s.
THE DUNDAS STREET GALLERY
(ia l)undas Street. 55S 0363. Mon— l‘l'l lllatii (ipill; Sat Illalll - l pill.
20th Century And Contemporary SCOttiSh ArtIStS l'iitil l-ri l7 .liil. Paintings by a selection of Scottish
David Kennard 'l‘ue 2| .lul Sat S Aug. landscape paintings by this contemporary Scottish artist.
lSa l)undas Street. 557 5227. Mon—Fri I lam—5pm; Sat l0am—lpm.
Hugh Dodd Mon l3 JuIs-Tue 4 Aug. New golfing paintings.
SS l.otliiaii Road. 22S 26SS. Mon—Sun l0arii--l0piii.
Intimate Landscapes Until Sat 25 Jul. Black and white photography by Ronald Binnie.
Viva Pippa llntil Sat 25 Jul. Lara Rtrss'ell's photographic tribute to the 70s plastic figure. the l’ippa doll.
FIRTH GALLERY 35 William Street. 225 2 l‘)6. Tue—liri llam—5pni; Sat llam--2pni.
Paintings From Scotland, Paintings From France l'ntil Sat 25 Jill. New oil and watercolour landscapes and still life by Andrew Walker.
FRUITMARKET 45 Market Street. 225 23S3. Mon-Sat Itlam 6 int; Sun noon—5piii.
Bernar Moninot tlniil Tue 2t Jul.
: Conceptual artist Bernard Moninot
explores space. perception and the effects of light and shadow through a variety of different media in the only UK showing of this touring exhibition from the Galerie Nationalc dti Jeti tle I’auiiie. Paris.
HANOVER FINE ARTS
22a l)undas Street. 556 2 ISI. Mon—Fri l0.30ani—-6piii; Sat l0aiii—4piii. Summer Mixed Exhibition Until Sat 25 Jill. A mixed media show by over 60 gallery artists featuring paintings. prints.
ceramics. jewellery and sculpture.
HERIOT-WATT UNIVERSITY lidinbui'gh Business School. Riccai‘ton. 44‘) 5| 1 l. TUC—i‘Tl 2—5piii.
John Bellany 'I‘iie l-l-l‘Il 17 Jul. A
retrospective exhibition featuring
' etchings created over a 25-year period. to
celebrate the artist's" Honorary Degree of Doctor of letters from Ileriot-Watt lTniveisity.
HOPETOUN HOUSE Shore Road. South ()ueensferry. 33l
245 l. Mon— Stiii l0aiii--5.30pm. Wildlife Art Until I‘ri 3| Jul. An exhibition organised by the Scottish Wildlife Trust of wildlife art. comprising paintings. photography and sculpture by members of the Society of Wildlife Artists.
6 Carlton Terrace. 556 444 I. Wed-Sat l0am-6piii.
Opening Exhibition Until Sat l Aug.
. This new gallery. situated on the east side
of('alton llill. opens with an exhibition focusing on Scottish artists with new work by (‘raigie Aitchisoii. Ian Hamilton l-inIay. (‘aIltiiii Iiines. .Iohii McLean. Margaret Mellis and Ian McKenzie Smith. Accompanying this show is a display of work by various artists and cei‘aiiiics by llylton Nel. Rupert Spira and Julian Stair. See review.
2S St Stephen Street. 226 544‘). Mon—I‘ri S. 30am 6pm (Sat tv Sirii by appointment l.
Yasmin Boyd Ifntil Thu 23 Jul. Mixed tlledia photography.
INSTITUT FRANCAIS D'ECOSSE
l3 Randolph Crescent. 225 5366.
.‘onn l‘ii ‘J.Wain-6.30pm; Sat
‘).3(lam- l .30pm.
Beatrice Maleyre Until Sat 25 Jill. New works by this young I-iench artist will be shown at both the lirench Institute arid Talbot Rice Gallery. The works are site- specific and have been created using materials such as neon. wood and salt. See review.
5 Northtriiibet'laiid Street Lane. 557 5454. Mon-Sat Ilaiii—-4.3()piri.
William Landles Until Fri 24 Jul. Sculpture.