ART listings GLASGOW ART LISTINGS continued

THE OLD FRUITMARKET Albion Street. 287 3554. VIOIF Sat I0am-5pm1 Sun I lam-5pm.

Vertigo: The Strange New World Of The Contemporary City Lintil Sun In May. Focusing on ten of the llltisl Significant building projects around the world. this exhibition looks at the changing nature ol the CH}. and of architecture. as we enter the 2 1 st century. Purl (If (Ii/(131'th /'/9‘/, THE OLD HIGH COURT l9l Ingram Street. Wed Sun llam— 5pm. For further details call 'I‘ramway on 422 2023.

Anya Gallaccio 'l‘liu It .‘vtat- Sun 25. Apr. This first Scottish solo exhibition by famed ‘I‘t'ee/tV artist Anya (iallaccio who transforms the tloor of one ot the main rooms iii the Old High Court into a lit ing carpet' of plants. See prey iew.

PROJECT ABILITY Centre I'tii Dexelopmental Arts. IS Albion Street. 552 2822. .\ltn l~ti l0:t;n 5pm. Inside/Outside I‘ntil l'I'i 26 Mar. Work by artists with learning disabilities. showing the range ol'enx ironntents including residential and hospital care. available to people with disabilities in Glasgow lint (III (flitxgtnt' l999.


IIS Douglas Street. 24S 61%. Mon -I~ri l()..‘~0am~5pm; Sat l0..’-0ani- lpni. Imprint I ntil Sat 6 Mar. Oil paintings by Eva Gustav sstlll.

Timeless Lands And Turning Tides Sal I3 Mai Sat i -\pt_ (his. watercolotn‘s. gouache and collage i‘y .\lai‘g.irct.tnn Bennett. Anna Day is. l. liYI_\ Hunter and Anna Stracnaii


R—lll Balcarres ,-\\ enue. Ixely indaie. 559 6lb’5. ;\Ion Wed l0ani 5pm. Stit l 5pm. Tliti tk lit by appointment

Design And Scenography ln Mask And Puppet Theatre trim in 31 Dec. .Itn exhibition of cralz and design tz'om tlte puppet theatre including set designs scale models and drawings to working figures and masks I‘d/i t" (itltiWL'l'lI' NW. SHARMANKA KINETIC GALLERY

2nd l‘lth‘l. I4 Kin" Street. 552 “(‘50 Sat ix Sun noon 1pm

A permanent c't‘illc'cili 'I it kinetic sculptures by I Il.-:siitlsky


Bar .\I. 42 Iantaica Street. 572 lll‘lS, Daily noon tiitdtnglit.

Adventures In A Time Machine t'nnt Mon 5 Apt, -\ multt nietlta exhibition by six former I ilasgi'v School ml \it ptintniakers. STREET LEVEL

26 King Sheet. 552 2I5l. I‘ue Sat

l0am 5.30pm.

EChO Chamber I 'izttl Sat 2’.) .\Iat Richard Gallon‘s szte~

sou :Iic llll\:'tl itietlta

Budaors Airport, Budapest (1937) featured in Brave New Worlds at

installation consists of a full-size photogram of a room. processed sound recordings from the space arid a series of interactive html pages documenting the working processes of the piece.

City To City Until Sat 20 Mar. A two-man collaborative project by Andrew Whitaker and Patrick Jameson. The exhibition features work made iii a number ofcities and includes black and white aitd colour prints. book works and site-specific sound works. I’m? (if (iii/semi" /‘)99. .St’t’ I't‘i'tt'ii‘.


28 King Street. 552 4813. 'I‘ueSat

I lam “5pm.

Where The Wild Roses Grow Tue 9-Sat 27 Mar. Work by Daniel yon Stunner. David Noonan and Eli/abeth Go as part of an exchange project with Melbourne. See also Collective Gallery and Stills Gallery. TRON THEATRE

Bar and Restaurant. 63 'l‘rongate. 552 4267.

The Design Process Considered t‘ntil \Ved RI Mar. An exhibition looking back over the design process of the Tron 'l‘heatre's tetlex elopment tcontpletioii due lune I999). leattn'ing dexelopment drawings and models that inspired architects RMJM and their design team which included artists Richard Wright. Andrew Miller and Kenny Hunter. Purl of (i/ttxemi I999.


This section lists museums currently showing temporary exhibitions. For details of other museums, see Glasgow Life, page 82.


Argy Ic Street. Kelvingroxe. 2S7 2699. Mon Sat l0am 5pm; Sttii llam—5pm. (‘itlitfi

The Lakota Ghost Dance Shirt Object Cinema Screenings are continuous

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78 THE LIST 4~ 18 Mai 1999

Glasgow School Art

throughout the day. every day. ()bject Cinema tells the story of one of Glasgow Museums' most controversial exhibits. Panorama Glasgow Until Sun 9 May. Free. Panoramic view of some of Glasgow‘s tnost attractive interiors. plus a multi-media CD-Rom display. Part of (i/tlsgun' I999.

Vaisakhi Banners: Painted Banners And Embroidered Cloths Until Sun l6 May. An exhibition of painted banners and embroidered cloths depicting aspects of Sikh faith and culture. l’itrl o/‘(i/ttsgmt' I999.

Frank Lloyd Wright The Living City L'ntil Stiii l I Apr. Free. A look at the career Frank Lloyd Wright ( l867—- l 959) who helped to define tnodern America and 20th century architecture. Central to the show is a specially-commissioned model of The Living City which depicts Wright's ultimate vision of the built environment. plus original pieces of furniture. drawings arid models.


2060 Pollokshaws Road. 649 7 l 5 I. Mon-Sat l0am—5pm: Sun llam~5pm. Sir William Burrcll's world famous collection of beautiful art objects from around the globe. housed iii a specially designed. award-witming building.

The Thistle And The Rose: Stuart And Tudor Embroidered Furnishings Until Mon 5 Apr. A look at the role of embroidered furnishings iii Hub and l7th century interiors featuring embroideries by Mary Queen of Scots and Bess of llardwick. l’ui'l of Glasgow I999.


University Avenue. 3304221. Mon—Sat 9.30am--5pm. Free.

The History Of Scottish Bank Notes L'ntil Sat l7 Apr. Free. A touring exhibition of fascinating notes drawn from the Chartered Institute of Bankers iii Scotland.

SCOTLAND STREET SCHOOL MUSEUM 225 Scotland Street. 429 I202. Mon—Sat l0am--5pm: Stiii 2--5pm. Cafe.

Vaisakhi Banners: Sikh Faith And Culture L'ntil Sun 25 Apr. Ati exhibition exploring aspects of Sikh faith atid culture including festivals. women iii Sikhism. the Punjabi language and musical instruments.

A Guide's View Of Glasgow t.‘ntit Tue 9 Mar. The results of a workshop led by artist Julie Brook iii which guides arid brownies from all over Glasgow visited six of the city's buildings to create bold. charcoal drawings.


2 (‘astle Street. 553 2557. Mon-Sat l0am--5pm; Stiii Ham-5pm.

Delivering Hope Until Mon I2 Apr. Photographs and paintings by children iii Bosnia and Croatia contrasted by images of children in Romania and Liberia. in an exhibition organised iii conjunction with Scottish International Relief.



4 Bellevue Crescent. 557 I663. Wed—Sun noon—6an

Cameron Morgan Until Sun 7 Mar. A first solo exhibition of work by Cameron Morgan.


42—44 Cockburn Street. 226 6636. Tue—Sat 10am—8pm; Sun & Mon noon—Spur

Gair Dunlop: Beltane Until Tue 30 Mar. Gair Dunlop‘s photographic images. both conventional and digital. document Edinburgh's Beltane Festivals of I997 and I998.


6 Dundas Street. 557 4050. Mon—Fri l0am—6pm; Sat IOam— l pm.

Mixed Exhibition Until Wed 3| Mar. A selection of work from stock by various artists.


10 Royal Terrace. 556 l010. Mott—Fri IOam—6pm; Sat l0am- l pm.

Mixed Exhibition Until Wed 24 Mar. Watercolours. paintings and sculpture by l9th and 20th century Scottish artists.


38 Home Street. 228 4l4l. Exhibitions open fifteen minutes before first screening of the day until I lptn (Sun—Wed); latii (Thu—Sat).

Cameo Cinema 1949-1999: Living Cinema Until Wed 3| Mar. To celebrate the Cameo's 50th birthday. an exhibition of historic photographs. news articles and programmes.


22—28 Cockburn Street. 220 I260. Tue—Sat l lam~5.30pm (Fri 5pm).

Hot In The City Sat 6 Mar—Fri 9 Apr. The second leg of a Melbotirite/Scotland three venue exchange which includes artists Jacinta Schreuder and Brett Valance from Melbourne arid Scotland-based John Ayscough. David Michael Clarke and Lucy McKenzie. See also Stills Gallery

. and 'I‘ransmission Gallery. See preview.

Fifteen Years Of Women's Art Sat Mar—Fri 9 Apr. To coincide with International Women's Day. an exhibition of work by women artists who has e exhibited at the gallery since it was first established.

' conrAcr GALLERY

3 Grindlay Court Centre. (irintllay Street

Lane. 229 794 l. Mon—Thu l0am—4pm: Fri l0am —2 mi.

The Ful Story Mon S-Mon l5 Mar. Personal ideas and stories are explored through drawings. paintings and mixed media by artists attending a workshop at the centre. led by Sam Hill and Jackie Iliggs.

CYBERIA INTERNET CAFE 88 Hanover Street. 220 4403. Mon—Sat l0am— 10pm; Sttii noon~~7 mi.

Visions Of Venice And F orence t-‘i-i 5—I5ri 26 Mar. Black and white photographs by Tracey Kim.


3 Doune Terrace. 225 7 I S9. Mon—Fri l0am»--5pm.

Baltic Passage: Lys Hansen Mon 3 Mar—Fri l6 Apr. Recent paintings by artist l.ys Hansen. specially selected from little/tIiIt'I. a recent major exhibition at Bornholms Kunstmusenm.


27 Queensferry Street. 220 4l50. Mon - Sat 9.30am—5.3()pm ('l‘hu till 6.30pm I. Vivienne Pooley Until the so .\t;u-. Watercolours of Scottish mountain scenes by Vivienne Pooley.


6a Dundas Street. 558 9363. Mon—Fri l0am—6pm: Sat l0am~ I ptii.

Sheila Mullen Until Fri l2 Mar. Oil paintings of woods and waters iii Annandale.