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Exhibitions are listed alphabetically by cit and category, then

a pha etically by venue. Please send details to our office at least ten days before publication. Art listings compiled by Helen Monaghan.



19Parnie Street. 552 7779. Mon—Sat

l 1am—6pm.

Graham Benson Until Mon 28 Sep. Sculpture.

Jewellery Exhibition l‘ntil Mon 28 Sep. Contemporary jewellery by Scottish tll'l college graduates.

Jason Davis and Christopher McElhinney Until Mon 28 Sep. Recent paintings.

The Birthday Show l—‘i-i 2--Mon 26 ()ct. An exhibition of mixed media works celebrating nine years of the gallery. pltis jewellery by new exhibitors.

Tom Allan Fri 2-Mon 26 ()ct. Sculpture.


287 2699. Mon—Sat 10am —5pm: Sun 11am-5pm. Cafe. [1)]. Voluntary guides : are available free ol'charge to conduct parties or individuals around the main galleries. Ask at the enquiry desk.

Art Competition For Young People Until Sun 25 ()ct. A display of winning entries from the museum's annual competition. which invites school children to stibiiiil art works inspired by the exhibits.


Regent House. 113 West Regent Street. 226 5413. bltlll-‘ltl'l 10am~5pni Glasgow Style L’ntil Wed 30 Sep. An exhibition of work by Annie French. Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Talwin Morris and contemporary artists Norman ngar. Norman Kirkhani and \\'..l. .‘ylaskell.

BAR 10

10 Mitchell Lane. 221 8353. .\lon« Sat l()am-ymidnight; Stiii 1l.30am—midnight. Roderick A.B. Smith t'ntil wed 30 Sep. A collection of recent club-inspired paintings.

ROGER BILLCLIFFE FINE ART I34 BlylllSthUtl Street. 352 4027. Mon—Fri 9.30am 5.30pm; Sat 10am-- 1pm.

Innovations Until Hi 25 Sep. New designs in jewellery. ceramics. glass and metalwork.

Here, There And Everywhere t'ntil iii 25 Sep. Artists postcards.

Scotland - The Landscape t'niil Hi 25 Sep. Landscape paititiiig on a small scale. Collectors’ Choice Wed 31) Sep Tue 20 ()ct. Scottish contemporary paintings chosen by a celebrity panel.


Goal Wed 30 Sep—Tue 20 ()ct. Football paintings by Peter Howson.

Quartet Wed 30 Sep—Tue 20 Get. Four exhibitions ofcontemporary ceramics and jewellery.


Stratth 'de Buses. 423 6600 ext 3644. Wrap T e World Until Wed 30 Sep. Three designers introduce an easy way to rec 'cle your everyday objects.

Gi Of The Gab Fri 2—Fri 30 Get. Four stories of fantasy. urban myths and sporting moments retold by Martha Sills. Oscar McLennan. Johnny Martin and Joe Murray. can be seen on the bulkhead of Strathclyde buses.


346-354 Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521. Mon—Wed l lain-6pm: Thu & Fri 11am—8pm: Sun noon—5pm. Cafe. [1)]. Slipstream Sat 26 Sep-Fri 23 ()ct. A group show exploring the psychology ol’ perception. Featured artists include Fiona Banner. Sam Durant. James Jarvis and Torbjorn Rodland. See preview.

COLLINS GALLERY University of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 552 4400 ext 2682. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sat noon—4pm. [1)]. Various Fictions Until Sat 3 ()ct. New works by Cardiff-based artist limrys Williams.

COMPASS GALLERY l73 \\'t‘.\‘l Regent Street. 22l 0570. Mon -Sat 10am 5.30pm.

lack Knox Until Wed 30 Sep. A E retrospective exhibition ol‘ drawings from

1956 to the present day. The show also

6 extends to (‘yril Gerber Fine Art Gallery. ; City Pavements, Village Streets Sun

4 -Wed 28 ()ct. Recent paintings by Anda Paterson.

§ EWAN MUNDY FINE ART 221 West Geiirge Street. 248 9755.

Mon—Fri 10am--5.30pm.

Scottish Painting Until Wed 30 Sep. A selection of oils. walercolours and

drawings by various artists including John Rellany. lili/abetli Blackadder. liCTB. C‘adell. Anne Redpath and many more. The Glasgow Girl Bessie MacNicol And Her Contemporaries Thu 8--Tliu 29 ()ct. An exhibition of paintings to celebrate the publication ol'Ailsa 'l'anner's lir'vyit‘ .l/ttt'.\'it'ri/.


322 Duke Street. 554 1125. Wed- l'll noon 6pm; Sat Sun lUillll-~-«lplll.

, Satan Oscillate My Metallic Sonatas

Sat 26 Sep-Sun 18 ()ct. Painting.

; photography atid installation by Glasgow- based artists Ross Birrell. Justin (‘atteti

Torsten l.atischmann and Stuart l’urdy.

18 Castlemilk Arcade. 634 2603. Mon—Sat 10am--5piii.

Home Town l‘nlil Wed 30 Sep. A group show featuring photo-based work dealing with issues of urban and rural displacement. See review.


Queen Street. 229 1996. Mon-Sat 10am—5pm (closed Tue): Sun

1 lam—5 m.

Origina Animation Until Mon 28 Sep. Original artwork by artist lwao Takamoto. who is responsible for some of the world‘s best-known cartoon characters.


Rouken Glen Road. 620 0235. Daily 1.30—5.30pm (closed Tue).

Catriona Campbell and Alexander Robb Until \V‘d 30 Sep. New paintings.

Jennifer Anderson Sun 4—Wed 28 ()ct. Figurative paintings by this young Dundee graduate.


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

Jack Knox Until Wed 30 Sep. A

retrospective exhibition of drawings from

1956 to the present day. The show also extends to the Compass Gallery. Works In Stock Thu l—Sat 31 ()ct. An exhibition ofworks by leading British artists including Scottish Colourists. McTaggart. C‘owie. Redpath and many

GLASGOW FILM THEATRE C‘al‘e C‘osino. 12 Rose Street. 332 8128. Canto Al Monte Until Wed 30 Sep.

Woodctits and collages with images from

Mexico and Guatemala by Scottish artist Jan Nimmo. l’ur/ (if/lie lull/t rilllt’l'lt‘tlll I-‘i/m l-‘t'stii‘ul.

Positive Steps Thu 1 -Tlltl 29 ()ct. An exhibition of artwork by clients ot‘ the Gorbal's GSIT project. celebrating Scottish Mental Health Awareness Week l511()ctl.


1st Floor. Dale Suite. 500 Argyle Street. 226 5577. Dailv 9am—5pm.

Laura Beveridge Until Wed 30 Sep. Recent paintings.


25 King Street. 552 0704. Mon Sat 10am —-5.30pni

City Of Towers Until Sat 17 ()ct. Photo—

elchings of the Glasgow skyline by Harry


Horne L'ntil Sat 17 ()et. Halli-layered nionoscreen printing by Norman .‘ylalhieson.

John Taylor l'iitil Sat 17 Del. Recent paintings and prints.

GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART The Mackintosh Gallery. 167 Renl‘rew Street. 353 4500. Milli-Jill! main-8.30pm: Fri 10am-5pm: Sat 10am- noon.

Like A Shadow Until Fri 2 ()ct. An exhibition comprising installation. video and two-dimensional itnages

which explore themes ofdeath atid

dyitig. Featured artists include John Bellany. Rembrandt. Smith/Stewart and Bill \"iola.

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Mona Hatoum She swallowed a camera to video the internal workings of her body and has woven her own pubic hair into a garden chair. Hatoum's work is sensational, seductive and stomach churning. Edinburgh: National Gallery Of Modern Art until 25 Oct.

Carl Andre The master bricklayer has turned his hand to arranging blocks of Scottish sandstone proving minimalism lives on. Edinburgh: inverleith House, Royal Botanic Garden until 4 Oct.

Fritz Welch & Anne-Marie Copestake Not so much avant-garde as ’avant—percussion’, Brooklyn artist Fritz Welch delivers music and movement while in the recently done-up gallery basement, Glasgow artist Anne-Marie Copestake shows new video work. See review. Glasgow Transmission until 3 Oct. Slipstream The ’psychology of perception' and all that follows in its wake, is given a going over in a show that takes on time, space and mystery Prepare to move into the interior. See preview. Glasgow CCA until Fri 23 Oct.

Like A Shadow Death and the throes of death are looked square in the face by artists including David Bellany, Bill Viola and Andre Serrano. Glasgow: School Of Art until Fri 2 Oct

HOUSE FOR AN ART LOVER Bellahouston Park. 10 Dumbreck Road. 353 4770. Sat & Sun 10am—5pm. For details of weekday opening hours. call 353 4449.

Digital Design Exhibition Until Sun 1 1 Nov. An exhibition of work produced by students from Glasgow School ofArt's Digital Design Studio.

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fruitmarket the gallery

45 Market Street Edinburgh EH1 lDF


0131-225 2383

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Part 1:

Joan Fontcuberta, Joy Gregory, Marie-Jo Lafontaine, Martin Parr, Tamas Waliczky

Part 2: Zarina Bhimji, Stanley Greene, Tone Myskja, Keith Piper, Jorma Puranen

Forum: Speakers: loan Fontcuberta, Joy Gregory & Jorma Puranen.

Chaired by Pat Fisher. Organised in association with Edinburgh College of Art. Limited spaces. Book early.

Continental Drift

Europe Approaching the Millennium

26 Sept 8 Nov 1998

14 Nov 9 Jan 1999

Thurs 22 Oct 3-6pm.

open daily admission free disabled access