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.



l9 Parnie Street. 552 7779. Mon—Sat

I 1am—6pm.

NooIts And Crannies Until Mon 22 Feb. Paintings attd etchings of unusual and undiscovered ttooks artd crartnies throughout the city by Glasgow-based artists including Bryan Evans. David Marshall attd Ian McNicol. Part of Cltisgmr I999.

Living Room Until Mon 22 Feb. Domestic items for the ltottte from clocks. tttir'rors attd tiles to napkin rings arid cutlery by various artists including work by rtew artd recent college graduates. Part of (ilusgmr I999.

Scape Fri 26 Feb—~Mon 22 Mar. Scottish attd European landscapes. Scottish coastal seascapes artd Italiatt townscapes by rtew attd regular artists including Marshall. Batchelor. Boreland. Williams attd Anderson.


10 Kings Court. King Street. 552 1154. Tue—Sun 11am—5pm.

New Textiles And Soft Furnishings Thu 4—Sun 28 Mar. New work by textile designers Alexandra Feechatt. latte McAlpitte attd Jae Hitcltett. wlto all work itt differing styles using wool. velvet aitd natural Cotton.


Regent House. 113 West Regent Street. 226 5413. h‘lOlI-I‘Tl l()artt—5pnt. Glasgow Style Until Wed 31 Mai: An exhibition of work by Annie Frenclt. Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Talwitt Morris and contemporary artists Norman Edgar. Norman Kirkhant arid WJ. Maskell.


134 Blytltswood Street. 332 4027. Mort—Fri 9.30ant—5.30pm‘. Sat 10am—1pm.

Jessie Higginson Ceramics Until Tue 23 Feb. Minimalist. plain constructions by Jessie Higginson. I’itrr of (Iltl.\'_t{u11' I999.

Gallery Artists Until Tue 23 Feb. A mixed collectiott of work by gallery artists.

Valentine’s Jewellery Until The 23 Feb. Contemporary jewellery.


360 Great Western Road. 334 8894. Hearts Galore Until Sttrt 2| Feb. Art Valentine's exhibition of small works featuring artists Rosattrt Cherubini and Annette Edgar.


350 Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521. Mon-Wed 11am—6pm; Thu & Fri 11am—8pm; Sat I 1am-6pm; Strrt noon-5pm. Cafe.

High Red Center Until Sat 27 Mar. Different fortrts ofcivil disobedience are explored itt this show curated by Kirsty ()gg featuring the work of 1997 Turrter Prize nominee Christine Borlattd. Kendell Geers. Gregory Green. Philippe Meste. Eva Rothschild attd Toittatsu Shotttei. See review.


University of Stratltclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 552 4400 ext 2682. Mott—Fri 10am—5pm; Sat noon—4pm.

Living Room Sat 20 Feb—Sat 27 Mar. Five leading designers —‘ Diana Cochrane. Bill Moultrie. Angus Shepherd. Sltona Kitchen artd Ab Rogers - created unique attd contrasting installations of the ‘living room'. Part of (i/usgmi- I999.


178 West Regent Street. 221 6370. Mort-Sat lOam—S.30pm.

Thirty Six Units - A Series Of lntaglio Prints Until Wed 24 Feb. An exhibition of intaglio prints based on a series of drawings by Aberdeen printtnaker. Lennox Dunbar.

All Mod Cons Until Sat 20 Mar. Screenprints based on everyday iittages of the l950s and I960s by Hetty Haxworth.

Orpheus' Little Journey Until Sat 20 Mar. Monoprints based on the travels of Orpheus by Argentinian artist. Ral Veroni.


221 West George Street. 248 9755. Mon—Fri lOam-5.30pm; Sat 10am—2pm. Scottish Paintings Until Sat 27 Feb. A selection of 19th and 20th century Scottish paintings.


322 Duke Street. 554 1 I25. Wed—Fri noon—6 m; Sat & Strrt 10am—4pm. Lande Fri 26 Feb-Sun 28 Mar. New work by landscape artist Donald Urquhart who recently spent two months irt Iceland. gathering source ntatcrial for this new body of work.


I8 Castletttilk Arcade. 634 2603. Mort—Sat 10am—5pm.

Fiona Robertson Mon 22 Feb—Sat 20 Mar. Recent work by Fiona Robertson comprising autobiographical drawings which forrtt the basis for Iter paintings arid plastic clay sculptures.


Queen Street. 229 1996. Mort—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 1 Iain—5pm. Situated iii the heart of the city. Glasgow‘s modern art gallery Itas four thematic floors based on the elements: Iiartlt. Air. Fire arid Water. Featured artists include Howson, Hockney. Campbell. Bellatty artd Byrrte as well as interactive exhibits and regular temporary exltibitions.

GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART Mackintoslt Gallery. 167 Rertft'ew Street. 353 4500. Mon—Thu 9.30am—8.30pm: Fri 9.3(1ant--5pm; Sat IOam—noon.

Work In Progress Urttil Wed 24 Feb. (Newberry Gallery). A display of 2nd year student work front the painting department.

Fourth Year At The Mac Until Wed 3 Mar. (Podium Gallery). A series of five

exhibitions whereby work frotn eaclt year

by students at The Mackintosh School of Architecture will be displayed. The show looks at the work of-Ith year students. Par! ({IGIas'guti' I 999.

Brave New Worlds Mon 22 Feb-Sat 13 Mar. (Mackintosh Gallery). This exhibition explores the dex eIoptnent of modernist architecture irt Scotland arid Huttgary. featuring photographs. drawirtgs attd documents. I’m! at (Ilus'gmt' I999.

Graphics Illustration Exhibition Mon l—Thu 11 Mar. (Newbet'ry (iallery ). A display of student work.


3 Park Circus. 332 2555. .\Ittll~-"I‘IILI 10am—8pm; Fri l()ant---Ipnt: Sat 10am-1pm.

Goethe In Sicily: Photo raphs By Christel Wollmann-Fied er tfiitil Sat 27 Mar. Christel Wollttt;trtrt-I~'iedler's photos follow the journey Goethe made to Italy over 200 years ago.


Rouken Glen Road. 620 (1235. Daily 1.30—5.30pm (closed Tue).

Silver Gem Until Wed 10 Mar. A display of work by invited artists commissioned to create paintings for 8 inch-squared. hand-made silver-gilt frames.


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

Mixed Exhibition Until Sat 27 Feb. A display of work by leading British artists

including Scottish Colourists. McTaggart.

Cowie. Redpath arid tnore.


City Centre. For further details call Tramway on 422 2023.

Tramway Public Art Commissions Mon I—Wed 3| Mar. The first iii a series of Tramway Public Art Cottttttissiorts featuring the work of laitt Kettles aitd Susie Hunter. Well known for their inflatables. this new coittntission is based on the idea of architectural sculpture artd design.


Cafe Costtto. 12 Rose Street. 332 8128. The Dark City Until Sun 28 Feb.

The GFT‘s 1999 film programme

The Cinematic City‘. is lirtked to

this new exltibition of works inspired by Metropolis. by artists working

with Project Ability artd Trortgate Studios.

Climate Change Mon 1—Wetl 31 Mar. Fred MacMillan‘s photographs look at the botlt the physical arid social cltartgirtg face of Glasgow. I’ur/ (if (ilusguti‘ I999.


University of Glasgow. I 'rtix et‘sity Avenue. 330 5430. Mon» Sat 9.30aitt—5pnt. Home to the university's collection of art attd sculpture arid art ort- going prograntttte of tetttporary exhibitions. tlte Hunterian also features a recreation of Charles Rennie Mackintoslt's Glasgow house w lticlt corttairts original furnishings including a recent acquisition —- a cltair designed by Mackintosh irt 1904.

Tools For The Shaman ()rt permanent display in the refurbished Sculpture Courtyard. Jake Harvey show s monumental works carved front lt‘islt basalt.


18 Kittg Street. 552 2540. Tue Sal 10attt—6pttt.

Muse Until Fri 26 Feb. (‘ontettiporary artists Lisa Gallacltet'. ('alltei'itte Whippey. Barbara Breitertllellrter and Laura Glassat' explore tlte female body 111 a range of media. See review

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Frank Lloyd Wright And The Living City A giant of 20th century architecture, Wright gets the 'retro treatment' in this blockbuster of a show. See StyleList page 108. Part of Glasgow 1999. Glasgow: Art Gallery and Museum Kelvingrove until Sun

1 7 Apr.

High Red Centre Kendell Geers has exploded a bomb, Eva Rothschild has lit ioss sticks while Phillipe Meste attacks Toulon. Artists scream a dissenting cry of crvil disobedience but is it into the dark? See review. Glasgow: CCA until Sat 27 Mar. Vertigo: The Strange New World Of The Contemporary City Is new architecture driven by speculators with an eye on a swift buck and are today's buildings ,Iust plain weird? Ten of the world’s most significant current btiildiitg projects get surveyed. See Frontlines, page 7??? Part of Glasgow 1999. Glasgow." The Old Fruitmarket Gallery Fri 26 Feb~5urt 16 May

Anxiety Artists throw the spotlight on pre-rnillennial anxiety. Edinburgh: Collective Gallery until Sat 27 Feb. Tomoko Takahaski Dismissing the label Neurotic Realist, Takahashi gets on With the task of constructing a floor-level installation of technical gadgetry. Edinburgh: Stills Gallery until Sat 27 Feb.

Winning Wondered how Nikes came to dominate the world's feet? Curious abOut the aerodynamics of swimming trunks? This show should give you some answers. Glasgow: McLe/lan Galleries until Mon 5 Apr.


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

Chris Byrne Utttil Strrt 21 Feb. New work by Chris Byrne.


25 Kirtg Street. 552 0704. Mort-Sat 10am—5.30pm.

Reflexology Until Sat 20 Mar. Lithographs by Robert Paul exploring the cottditiorts of reflection. reflexivity and multiplicity.

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a a Ilia! m Living Room 20 February - 27 March

Installations by 5 leading contemporary designers exploring concepts of the living room: Bill Moultrie. Angus Shepherd. Urban Salon. Shona Kitchen 8t Ab Rogers

Accompanied by catalogue and video Mon-Fri 10-5. Sat 12-4. 22 Richmond Street. Glasgow tel: 0141 548 2558

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18 Feb—4 Mar 1999 TIIELISTTS