Exhibitions are listed alphabetically by city and category. then alphabetically by venue. Please send details to our office at least ten days before publication. Art listings compiled by Helen Monaghan. '
209 Bath Street. 248 4970. Mon—Fri 9ain—4.3()pm; Sat 9am—3.30pm.
Future Building Until Sai I May. An exhibition documenting the renovation of a city centre church. l’iii'i of (Human I999.
30 Midland Street. 22l J()()l. Mon—Fri noon~6pm1 Sat noon—4pm.
Vault Mon 3—Sat 8 May. Ten contemporary artists featuring Paul Carter. Ciuyan Johti Porter. Kate Gray and Billy McCall create site-specific work for the Arches. The multi- dimensional ‘arts ball' includes sculpture. painting. projection and installation. ()n the opening night (Sun 2 May). there will be a performance art piece accompanied by DJs and live music.
ART EXPOSURE GALLERY
l9 Parnie Street. 552 7779. Mon—Sat llam—-6pm.
Linda MacDonald Until Mon 3 May. Contempoiary jewellery.
Marielle MacLeman Until Mon 3 May. Figurative oil paintings.
Todd Garner Until Mon 3 May. Contemporary ceramics.
MacRoberts Open Fri 7—Mon 3! May. The sixth annual competition sponsored by Mac Roberts solicitors wltereby over I50 artists submit one small painting each. with the public voting for the winning entry.
10 Kings Court. King Street. 552 IIS-I. Tue-Sun llaiii—Sptn.
Wooden Furniture Thu (i—Siii 29 May. Furniture pieces by Cedric Williams. John Macdonald and others.
BARCLAY LENNIE FINE ART
Regent House. H.“ West Regent Street. 226 5-H}. Mon—Fri Illaiir-Sprn.
Jessie M. King And Her Contemporaries Until Wed 3t) .lun. A celebration of the life and work of one of Scotland’s celebrated female artists. in this the 50th anniversary of her death.
80 Albion Street. 553 477 I. Dad}
You Should Be Dancing Until Tue 18 May. Paintings and prints by Pat McArthur and Lynsey Nelson.
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ROGER BILLCLIFFE FINE ART
I34 Blythswood Street. 332 4027. Mon—Fri 9.30am-5.30pm: Sat
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Gordon K. Mitchell Until Fri 30 Apr. An exhibition of over 30 new paintings by Gordon Mitchell.
Bodo Sperlein Until Fri 30 Apr. Tableware including vessels and bowls in a minimal and elegant style by Bodo Sperlein.
Contemporary Jewellery Until Fri 30 Apr. Jewellery by Disa Allsop. Jessica Briggs. Catherine Currell. Sarah Tomlin. Deborah Edwards and Brigitta Bezold. Ceramics Inspired By Architecture Until Fri 30 Apr. Selected works inspired by architecture from ten ceramists. I’m-t (rl'Ciltt.\"e())t‘ I999.
Alexander Goudie Fri 7 May—Tue I Jun. Goudie's acclaimed series of paintings tlepicting the story of Tam ()‘Shanter by Robert Burns.
Silver Design Part One Fri 7 May—Tue l Jun. Silversmiths create functional tableware demonstrating the design process from start to finish.
Jill Fanshawe Kato Fri 7 May—Tue l Jun. Contemporary ceramics.
CCA AT MCLELLAN GALLERIES
270 Sauchiehall Street. 332 752 I. Mon-Sat IOaIn—Spin; Sun Ham-5pm. Marc Newson — A Retrospective Fri 30 Apr—Sat l9 Jun. Free. An exhibition documenting the work of one the world's most prominent industrial designers. Marc Newson. Featuring furniture. kit interiors and household objects. Newson also creates the ‘Bucky Ball’. at construction created froin 6() ‘bucky' chairs.
University of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 552 4400 ext 2682. Mon-Fri I0am—5pm; Sat noon—4pm.
100 Giants Of Chair Design Until Sat 8 May. Organised by German design museum. Vitra. this exhibition of I00 miniature replicas of classic chair designs. show major developments in international design from l850 to the present day with examples of designs by Josef Hoffman. Charles Fumes and Antonio Citterio. I’tII'I iI/(I/ils'yMr I999.
I78 West Regent Street. 22l 6370. Mon-Sat Want—5.30pm.
Philip Braham Until Wed l9 May. Atmospheric landscape paintings by Philip Braham.
Cresswell Lane. ()l505 3-1l799. Tue. Thu & Fri Ham—5pm; Sat Wain—5.30pm: Sun noon—2.30pm.
Scottish Art Schools A new gallery from Emerging Artists Partnership which
aims to promote the work of students and
graduates from the Scottish art schools. with all works for sale ranging in price from £7()—£200.
EWAN MUNDY FINE ART 22l West George Street. 248 9755. Mon—Fri Mam—5.30pm; Sat l()ani—2pin.
Scottish Paintings Until Fri 30 Apr. A selection of 19th and 20th centmy Scottish paintings.
FREE GALLERY 3| Chisholm Street. Merchant City. 552 7l00. Mon—Sat IOam—S.30pm.
Coexisting Boundaries Until Fri 7 May.
Marian Martin creates an installation using dressmaking as a metaphor for biological arid religious codes while Elizabeth Mitchell examines a childhood background of living on a farm.
How Special Needs Children See Themselves Mon l0—Fri 1-1 May. The results ofAisla Fullerton‘s residency at the Milton School for children with severe and complex special needs.
l8 Castlemilk Arcade. 634 2603. Mon—Sat I0ani—Spm.
Hands On Mon 3—Sun 30 May. Photographs and screenprints made in collaboration between Glasgow Print Studio education programme and elderly groups throughout Glasgow.
GALLERY OF MODERN ART
Queen Street. 229 I996. Mon—Sat l0ain—5pm; Sttn Ham—5pm.
No Noise: Samples Until Sun 30 May. Artist Chris Biddlecombe and rnusiciair/composer David Trouton collaborate to produce a series of audio/sculptural works. See review. Celebration: 50 Years Of The Mental Health Foundation In Scotland Sat l—Mon 3l May. The winning entries in the Mental Health Foundation's 50th anniversary art competition in which people with mental health and learning difficulties were asked to design an original invitation card.
Rouken Glen Road. 620 0235. Daily l.30—5.30pm (closed Tue).
From The Bottom Drawer Until Fri 30 Apr. Unframed lithographs. etchings. limited edition prints and original sketches.
Claire Harrigan Sun t) May-Wed 2 .Iun. New paintings.
Illona Morrice Stiti 9 .‘vlayAVed 2 .ltiti. Figurative sculpture.
George Square. 553 I937. Thu—Sat l0.30am—8pm: Stiti noon-7 )m. £3 (£2). Glas ow Art Fair: Art An Design In The quare Thu 29 Apr—Sun 2 May. Scotland's only annual art fair with over 40 galleries from all over the UK exhibiting. The range of art is diverse featuring fine art. prints and photographs. with prices ranging from iii-£25000. This year also includes an exhibition entitled '.~\rt ()f Desigth which showcases the work of new and established designers. See preview.
CYRIL GERBER FINE ART
I48 West Regent Street. 22l 3095. Mon—Sat 9.3()am—S.3()pm.
Heather Nevay Until Wed 5 May. Symbolic paintings by Heather Nevay.
GLASGOW BOTANIC GARDENS 730 Great Western Road. 334 2422. Mon—Sun llaiii—me. Free.
Tony Wood Mon III-Sun l6 May. Wildlife illustrations.
GLASGOW COLLEGE OF BUILDING AND PRINTING
60 North Hanox er Street. 332 9969. Tue—Fri 9am—5pm; Sat 9am-noon. Office Of The Future Tue J-«Sat I5 May. A display of the entries to the Office of the Future design competition by interior design students front all over Scotland.
GLASGOW FILM THEATRE
Cafe Cosmo. I2 Rose Street. 332 b’l2.\'. Star Until Fri 30 Apr. Photographs by Alan Wylie featuring many Scottiin and international film/TV personalities captured in Glasgow.
Object Culture Sat l—Mon 3| May. .-\n exhibition by 2nd year Visual
Andreas Gurksy Slick pics from the master of the interior shot, the German photographer Andreas Gursky. Edi‘nburglir The Dean Gallery until Sun 76 May
Marc Newson Style guru Newson shows his latest hip wares and fancy fittings. Glasgow: McLe/laii Galleries Sat 7 May--Sat 791w)
Food A show looking at the how design effects our attitudes to food. Think Campbell’s soup, think Andy Warhol. Glasgow: Art Gallery and Museum Kelvingrove Sat 8 May-Sun 22 Aug
Body Spaces The body as map is explored by Elizabeth Worndl. Here urban spaces take on a wholly different meaning. Glasgow Street Level until Sat 7 May
Evolution Isn’t Over Yet Tackling global concerns and local isSLies, twelve Scotland-based artists look at the shape of things to come Edinburgh Fruit/market Gallery unti/ Sat 29 May.
Children In Ukiyo-e Frolicing children and good mothers in a series of stunning woodblocks from Japan's Edo period by acclaimed artists Hokusai, Hiroshige and Utamaro Edinburgh Royal Museum of Scotland until Sun 76 May
(‘ommunications students at Glasgow School of Art. examining the role of
object culture in everyday life. Port or (i/tixuiiti /999,
GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO
25 King Street. 552 070-1. Mon—Sat Want—5.30pm.
; Monotypes L'ntil Sat 3 May. Abstract. east coast landscapes by John Houston.
New Editions L‘ntil Sat S May. Recent work by John Byine featuring etchings. mezzotints and screenprints.
Ian Hamilton lintil Sat 3 May. Iitchings
of ruins. waterways. \ ibrattt sunsets and
nioonscapes by artist Ian llainilton.
(l'oi'tiierly Glasgow Independent Studio).
64 ()sbourne Street. top floor. 552 I472, Tue—Sat noon-~6piit. Six Young Artists that In St) Apr.
Horizon 99 Tue l I Sat )5 May. An exhibition of work by seven students from the environmental art course at Glasgow School of Art.