' listings

Exhibitions are listed alphabetically by ci and category, then

a pha etically b venue. Please send details to our 0 ice at least ten days before publication. Art listings compiled by Helen Monaghan.



I9 Parnie Street. 552 7779. Mon—Sat

I 1am—6pm.

The Christmas Show Until Mon 25 Jan. Over 500 works in all tnedia by 150 artists.

Nooks And Crannies Fri 29 Jan—Mon 22 Feb. Paintings and etchings of unusual and undiscovered nooks antl crannies throughout the city by Glasgow-based artists including Bryan livans. David Marshall and Ian McNicol. Part of (I/tlxgmt' I999.

Living Room Fri 29 Jan—Mon 22 Feb. Domestic items for the home frotn clocks. mirrors and tiles to napkin rings attd cutlery by various artists including work by new and recent college graduates. I’ll/'1 u/‘GIusgmv I999.


Regent House. 113 West Regent Street. 226 5413. Mon—Fri 10am-5pm. Glasgow Style Until Fri 26 Feb. An exhibition of work by Annie French. Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Talwin Morris and contemporary artists Norman lidgar. Norman Kirkham and W.J. Maskcll.


13-1 Blythswtmd Street. 332 4027. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5.30pm; Sat 10am—1pm.

Mixed Show Until Sat 30 Jan. A selection of work by gallery artists. Jessie Higginson Ceramics Fri 29 .lan--Tue 23 Feb. Minimalist. plain constructions by Jessie Higginson. Part of (ilttat'utt‘ I999.

Gallery Artists Fri 29 Jan—Tue 23 Feb. A mixed collection of work by gallery artists.

Valentine's Jewellery Fri 29 Jan—Tue 23 Feb. Contemporary jewellery.


University of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 552 4-100 ext 2682. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm: Sat noon—4pm.

Tongues 0f Diamonds: Metaphor And Storytelling ln Painting Until Sat 13 Feb. Drawings and paintings influenced by mythology. archetypes. folklore and fairytales. featuring selected work by five contemporary artists: Alison Harper. Debbie Rosemary Beaton. Helen Flockhart and l.esley Barr.


178 West Regent Street. 221 6370. Mon-Sat llltllllv-5.3(Iplll.

Christmas Exhibition Until Sat 30 Jan. The 30111 year of this Christmas show featuring a selection of paintings. prints. drawings. ceramics. jewellery and sculpture by various artists.

Thirty Six Units - A Series Of lntaglio Prints Sat 30 Jan—Wed 24 Feb. Recent work by Aberdeen printmaker. Lennox Dunbar.


221 West George Street. 248 9755. Mon—Fri 10am—5.30pm; Sat 10am—2pm. Scottish Paintings Until Sat 27 Feb. A selection of 19th and 20111 century Scottish paintings.


l8 Castlemilk Arcade. 63-1 2603. Mon—Sat 10am~5pm.

Colour Chords Until Sat 13 Feb. Ceramic representations of the cones and rods tn the eyes by Andrew Hemphill.

GALLERY OF MODERN ART Queen Street. 229 1996. Mott—Sat

10am—5pm; Sun 1 lam—5pm. Reversepective: The Art Of Patrick Hughes Until Sun 7 Feb. Unusual landscape paintings employing intriguing visual trickery on show for the first time by contemporary artist Patrick Hughes.


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

Mixed Show Until Thu 4 Feb. A mixed exhibition of work by gallery artists.

monumental works carved from Irish basalt.


18 King Street. 552 2540. Tue—Sun 10am—6pm.

Johanne Helard and Stefanie Bourne Until Sun 24 Jan. Johanne Helard and Stefanie Bourne explore dream and reality through photography and three- dimensional pieces constructed from organic material. See review.


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

The Winter Collection Until Sat 30 Jan. Small paintings and drawings by 20th centur British artists.

Mixe Exhibition Mon l—Sat 27 Feb. A display of work by leading British artists including Scottish Colourists. McTaggart. Cowie. Redpath and many more.


Main Concourse. 1 Gordon Street. For further details contact the Architecture Foundation on 0171 839 9389. Daily 8am—7pm.

New Architects Exhibition Until Sun 24 Jan. An exhibition showcasing the best of Britain's young architectural practices through short videos. interactive computer displays. photographs and texts. Parr ril'Glusgmt' I999.


Cafe Cosmo. 12 Rose Street. 332 8128. Simply Glasgow Until Sun 31 Jan. Photography exhibition by Adrienne Brennan capturing the colourful character and diverse architectural styles in Glasgow. Purl (ifGlusgmr I999.

The Dark City Mon 1-Sun 28 Feb. The GFT‘s 1999 film programme ‘The Cinematic City‘. is linked to this new exhibition of works inspired by Metropolis. by artists working with Project Ability and Trongate Studios.


4th Floor. 64 ()sbourne Street. 552 1472. Opening hours by appointment.

Beagles And Ramsay Until Sun 24 Jan. A veritable smorgasbord of ideas front Beagles and Ramsay. featuring ‘Gary The MlSlllKlL‘l‘SILXXl Toddler".


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

January Sale Until Sat 30 Jan. A sale of Glasgow Print Studio publications. artists prints and materials.

GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART Mackintosh Gallery. 167 Renfrew Street. 353 4500. Mon—Thtt 9.30am—8.30pm; Fri 9.30am—5pm; Sat 10am—noon.

Fifth Year At The Mac Until Wed 3 Feb. (Podium Gallery). The first in a series of live exhibitions whereby student work from the Mackintosh School of Architecture. will be displayed. The first exhibition celebrates the founding of the Diploma Course. l’rtrt n/(Iluxgmv I999. Made In Scotland Until Fri 12 Feb. (Mackintosh Gallery). An exhibition of work by GSA‘s graduates who are currently working in an international milieu. illustrating how their professional output has developed from their student work. Part rlfG/(M’gult' I999. See review. Sculpture Department Mon 25—Fri 29 Jan. (Newberry Gallery). New work by students from the Sculpture Department.


University ofGlasgow. University Avenue. 330 5430. Mon—Sat 9.30am—5pm. Home to the university's collection of art and sculpture and an on- going programme of temporary exhibitions. the Hunterian also features a recreation ofCharles Rennie Mackintosh's Glasgow house which contains original furnishings including a recent acquisition a chair designed by Mackintosh in 1904.

Tools For The Shaman On permanent display in the refurbished Sculpture Courtyard. Jake Harvey shows


2 Sinclair Drive. 632 0810.

Landmarks 0f Literacy: Glasgow's Carnegie Libraries Mon 1 Feb—Fri 30 Apr. An exhibition illustrating the diversity in architectural form of libraries built in Glasgow and the United States between l901—I9I5. Purl QfG/usgmr I999.


Station Road. Milngavie. 578 8847. Tue—Fri 10am—1pm. 2—5pm; Sat & Sun 2—5pnr

Mixed Exhibition Until Sat 30 Jan. A selection of works by the gallery's permanent collection.


200 Bath Street. 331 0722. Tue—Sat 9am—6pm; Thu 1 1am—8pm.

The Sacred Science Until Thu 4 Mar. Mezzotints and etchings by Stuart I)uflitt. based on his experiences in Jerusalem.


7| Houldsworth Street. Finnieston. 221 4799. Wed—Sat 2-6pm.

Printmaking Exhibition Until Sat 13 Feb. An exhibition of work by 2nd year students from the Printmaking Department at Glasgow School ofArt.


270 Sauchiehall Street. 331 1854. Mott—Fri 9am—5pm; Sat 10am—5pm; Sun I 1am—5pm.

Winning: The Design Of Sports Until Mon 5 Apr. This exhibition looks at sport as a dominant influence in popular culture and as a driving force for design innovation. frotn the latest sporting accessories to the developtnent of new materials. Purl ()jlilttsgmr I999.


73 Robertson Suite. 6th Floor. 248 3711. Thu 6—8pm; Fri & Sat noon—5pm. Victoria Morton Thu 21—Sat 23 Jan. Victoria Morton shows new paintings alongside sculptural works as part of a series of three-day projects with local artists.

Cathy Wilkes Thu 28—Sat 30 Jan. New work by Cathy Wilkes.

Joanne Tatham and Tom O'Sullivan Thu 4—Sat 6 Feb. This three-day project features new work by Joanne Tatham and Totn ()‘Sullivan.


Centre For Developmental Arts. 18 Albion Street. 552 2822. Mon—Fri 10am—5 tn.

Artwor From The Education Unit At HMP Barlinnie Until Fri 12 Feb. Artwork by inmates at Barlinnie Prison. Hein Dingmans Until Fri 12 Feb. Recent work by Hein Dingmans.


8—10Balcarres Avenue. Kelvindale. 339 6185. Mon—Wed 10am—5pm; Sat 1—5pm. Thu & Fri by appointment.

Design And Scenography ln Mask And Puppet Theatre Until Fri 31 Dec. An exhibition ofcraft and design from the puppet theatre including set designs. scale models and drawings to working figures and masks. Part or (Haverin- I999.


2nd Floor. 14 King Street. 552 7080. Sat & Sun noon—4pm.

A permanent collection of kinetic sculptures by Eduard Bersttdsky.

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Winning Wondered how Nikes came to dominant the world’s feet? Curious about the aerodynamics of swimming trunks? This show should give some answers. Glasgow: McLe/lan Galleries .unt_i/ Mon 5 Apr.

Jim Lambie Strips of vinyl stretch from wall to wall in Lambie's installation that takes your breath away. Pop art for the next generation? See review. Glasgow: Transmission Gallery until Sat 30 Jan. Peter Greenaway The man who gave us style movies with bite reveals his artworks made from the 605 to the present day. See review. Edinburgh: Talbot Rice Gallery until Sat 20 Feb. Tomoko Takahaski Dismissing the label Neurotic Realist, Takahashi gets on with the task of constructing a floor- Ievel installation of technical gadgetry. See preview. Edinburgh: Stills Gallery Tue 26 Jan-Sgt 2? Feb.

Euan Sutherland An antidote to all the talk of the new millennium? A show that tackles 20th century decay, greed and self-interest. Glasgow: Street Level until Sat 6 Feb.

Turner's Watercolours It is that time of year for the annual airing of Turner’s watercolours bequeathed to the gallery in 1900 by collector, Henry Vaughan Edinburgh National Gallery until Sat 31 Dec.

Family Not a guide to how to survive them but a show of some of Britain's brightest artists from Damien Hirst, Douglas Gordon thr0ugh to Rachel Whiteread. Edinburgh Royal Botanic Garden until Sun 37 Jan.


Bar M. 42 Jamaica Street. 572 0198. Daily noon—midnight.

Adventures In A Time Machine Tue 9 Feb—Mon 5 Apr. A multi-media exhibition by six former Glasgow School ofArt printtnakers.


26 King Street. 552 2151. Tue—Sat 10am—5.30pm.

Twentieth Century Decay Until Sat 6 Feb. New issue-based work by Euan Sutherland comprising wall-based constructions. projections and large- scale. tnulti-layered photocollages.


28 King Street. 552 4813. Tue—Sat Ham—5 tn.

Voidoi Until Sat 30 Jan. New work by Glasgow-born artist Jim Lambie which 'combines an awkward conceptualism with throw away pop with spontaneous sculpture'. See review.

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