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Exhibitions are listed alphabetically b cit and category, then
alpha etically by venue. Please send details to our office at least ten days before publication. Art listings compiled by Helen Monaghan.
' GLASGOW GALLERIES
ART EXPOSURE GALLERY
l9 Pariiie Street. 552 7779. Mon—Sat llam~6pm.
MacRoberts Open Until Mon 3| May. The sixth annual competition sponsored by Mac Roberts solicitors whereby over I50 artists submit one small painting each. it tilt the public voting for the winning entry.
ll) Kings Court. King Street. 552 l I54. Tue i-Sun llaiii—-5piii.
Wooden Furniture t.'ntil Sat 29 May. l-‘uriiittii'e pieces by Cedric Williams. John M acdonald and others.
proceedings with an exhibition of work in which street and road maps are transformed into delicate skeletal objecrs.
CCA AT MCLELLAN GALLERIES
270 Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521. Mon-Sat l0am—5pm; Sun I lam-5pm. Marc Newson - Bucky ll Until Sat l9 Jun. One of the world’s most prominent industrial designers Marc Newson. who has previously designed for ldee. Cappellini and 8&8 ltalia. shows his latest hip wares from furniture. kit interiors and household objects. plus a. construction created front 60 ‘bucky chairs' entitled 'Bucky Ball'.
University of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 552 4400 ext 2682. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sat noon—4 m.
Collecting Cities: Patrick Geddes Sat l5 May-Sat 12 Jun. Geddes’ exhibition of l9l l. ‘Cities and Town Planning‘. had an enormous impact on cities across the
world. This display uses archive plans.
drawings and photographs to demonstrate his tremendous vision. Part of Glasgow I999.
BARCLAY LENNIE FINE ART
Regent House. I I3 West Regent Street. 226 54l3. Mon—l-‘ri l()am-5pm.
Jessie M. King And Her Contemporaries L'ntil Wed 30 Jun. A celebration of the life and work of one of Scotland's celebrated female artists. in this the 50th anniversary of her death.
I78 West Regent Street. 22l 6370. Mon—Sat lOam—5.30pm.
Philip Braham Until Wed l9 May. Atmospheric landscape paintings by Philip Braham.
.Ioe Fan Sat 22 May—Wed l6 Jun. A new series of paintings by Joe Fan.
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 l0am—5pm; Sun Ham—5pm.
No Noise: Samples Until Sun 30 May. Artist Chris Biddlecombe and musician/composer David Trouton collaborate to produce a series of audio/sculptural works.
Celebration: 50 Years Of The Mental Health Foundation In Scotland Until Mon 31 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.
Flesh And Stone: Building A Scottish Identity Fri 21 May-Sun l8 Jul. As Scotland gets its first parliament for 300 years. this exhibition looks at the challenge facing architects to design buildings which are innovative and modern while reﬂecting Scotland's culture and identity. Part (iI'Gltt.vgtiiv
Rouken Glen Road. 620 0235. Daily l.30—-5.30pm (closed Tue).
Claire Harrigan Until Wed 2 Jun. New paintings.
lllona Morrice Until Wed 2 Jun. Figurative sculpture.
80 Albion Street. 553 477l. Daily llaiii— midnight.
You Should Be Dancing Until Tue l8 May. Paintings and prints by Pat .\lc.-\i't|iur and Lynsey Nelson.
ROGER BILLCLIFFE FINE ART
l5~l lil}llls\\tit\tl SII'L‘CI. .532 4037. Mon l-ii 9.30am 5.30pm; Sat
Alexander Goudie tiniil Tue 1 .lun. (ioudie‘s .tcclaiiiied series of paintings depicting the story of Tani ()‘Shanter by Robert Burns.
Jill Fanshawe Kato L’ntil Tue l .ltiii. Contemporary ceramics.
Silver Design Part One L‘niil Sun 20 Jun. Silversiniths create functional tableware demonstrating the design process from start to finish.
THE BLYTHSWOOD GALLERY
Suite 2/2. Skyhouse. Clydeway Skypai'k. lilliot Street. 248 l99l. Mon—Fri
lllaiii 5pm; Sat lllaiii lpiii.
A May Festival Exhibition Until Sat 29 May Scottish paintings by |9tli century. 20th century and contemporary artists.
BULKHEAD 24-Hour View trig Window. 264 High Street. SS2 (i242.
Shauna McMullan l-‘ri l4 May—Sun 4 .ltll. l-‘ollowing litilkhead's successful run on (ilasgow 's buses. this latest oil-going protect is .i 24-hour \ IC\\ tiig window. .-\l'll\l Shauna .\lc.\lullan opens
Cresswell Lane. 0 l 505 34 I799. Tue. Thu & Fri Ham—5pm; Sat main—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 £70—£200.
EWAN MUNDY FINE ART
22l West George Street. 248 9755. Mon—Fri l()am-5.30pm; Sat 10am—2pm. William McTaggart And His Circle Fri l4 May—Sat l2 Jun. An exhibition of paintings by William McTaggart (l835—l9 l0) and his circle.
3| Chisholm Street. Merchant City. 552 7 mo. Mon—Sat lOam—S.30pm.
How Special Needs Children See Themselves Until Fi-i l4 May. The results ofAisla Fullerton's residency at the Milton School for children with severe and complex special needs. Game Vs Reality Fri 2| May—Fri 4 Jun.
7 Alan Rutherford and Raymond Slattery
create an installation using television and computer equipment to examine the use of technology in portraying our everyday perspective in society.
l8 Castleinilk Arcade. 634 2603. Mon—Sat l()am-—5piii.
Hands On Until Stiii 30 May.
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Printmaking and New Technology
_G_L_AS(_30W PRINT STUDIO --_ ’ IS MAY - 26 JUNE I999
THE ORIGINAL PRINT SHOP JOY BAIN
Here's Looking at You
lst Floor, 22 & 25 King Street, Glasgow GI SQP Tel:0|4l $52 0704 Fax:0l4l 552 29|9 www.gpsart.co.uk e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org OPEN TUES-SAT l0AM-S.3OPM Disabled access on reguest
MU ASHLEY COOK Little Things Make Life
CYRIL GERBER FINE ART
I48 West Regent Street. 22| 3095. Mon-Sat 9.30am-5.30pin.
Paintings From France Sat l5 May—Thu 3 Jun. New work by Andrew Walker.
GLASGOW BOTANIC GARDENS
730 Great Western Road. 334 2422. Daily l lam—4pm. Free.
Tony Wood Until Sun l6 May. Wildlife illustrations.
GLASGOW COLLEGE OF BUILDING AND PRINTING
60 North Hanover Street. 332 9969. Tue-Fri 9am75pm; Sat 9am—noon. Office Of The Future Until Sat l5 May. A display of the entries to the 'Office of the Future‘ design competition by interior design students from all over Scotland.
GLASGOW FILM THEATRE
Cafe Cosmo. l2 Rose Street. 332 8I28. Object Culture Until Mon 3l May. An exhibition by 2nd year Visual Communications students at Glasgow School ofAri. examining the role of object culture in everyday life. Purl of G/uxgmt' I999.
GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO
25 King Street. 552 0704. Mon—Sat l0am-5.3()pm.
Printmaking And New Technology Sat l5 May-Sat 26 Jun. Since producing prints iii I939. Richard Hamilton continues working in this media. employing unconventional techniques and methods in the construction of his art.
Here's Looking At You Sat l5 May—Sat 26 Jun. Bold. bright and humorous screenprints of animals by Joy Bain. Little Things Make Life Worth Living Sat l5 May—Sat 26 ltiii. Ashley Cook‘s
new set of screenprints using a mixture of
THE GLASGOW PROJECT ROOM (formerly Glasgow Independent Studio). 64 Osbourne Street. top floor. 552 I472. Tue-Sat noon—6pm.
Horizon 99 Until Sat l5 May. An exhibition of work by seven students from the environmental art course at Glasgow School ofArt.
GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART Mackintosh Gallery. I67 Reiil'rew Street. 353 4500. Mon—Thu 9.3i)ani—8.30pm; Fri 9.3(laiii—5piii: Sat lilam—iiooit.
Work In Progress Until Thu l3 May.
David Byrne The Dumbarton-born former Talking Head throws questions at corporate life and drug consolation in Better Living Through Chemistry. See Frontlines and review. Glasgow: Lloyd Jerome Gallery until Thu 7 Jul.
Neville Blaszk. Shauna McMullan and Alexander Hamilton Liquid light
photo emulsion, disembowelled road maps and photograms produced from flowers are unusual materials in this three-person show. Edinburgh: Stills until Sat 79 Jun
Food. Design And Culture A show looking at how design effects our attitudes to food. Think Campbell’s soup, think Andy Warhol. See review. Glasgow: Art Gallery and Museum, Kelvingrove, until Sun 22 Aug.
Ian Davenport Unlike those fellow pranksters of the ’Young British Artist‘ generation, Davenport believes painting’s not dead, pouring household gloss directly onto shiny surfaces. See preview. Dundee: Dundee Contemporary Arts, Sat 75 May-Sun 27 Jun.
Marc Newson Style guru Newson shows his latest hip wares and fancy fittings. Glasgow: McLel/an Galleries, until Sat 79 Jun.
Andreas Gursky Last few days to catch those slick pics from the German photographer who is clearly a master of the interior shot. Edinburgh: Dean Gallery until Sun 76 May
(Newberry Gallery). Work in progress by 2nd year students from the painting department.
Propositions 3 - Thinking Through Drawing By Architects From The Mac Until Sat 15 May. (Mackintosh Gallery). The third in a series of exhibitions on the uses of drawings. The show looks at the different practice of graduates at the Mac for whom drawing is crucial to the design process.
Flexible Furniture Until Thu 20 May. (Podium Gallery). Flexibility is a key word for designers. galleries and furniture retail outlets and this exhibition reassesses accepted definitions of craft objects as one-off items made by one person.
Interim MFA Mon 24 May-Sat 5 Jun. (Mackintosh and Newberry Gallery). The annual exhibition of work from the master‘s programme in Fine Aits.
3 Park Circus. 332 2555. Mon—Thu l()am-—8ptii; Fri IOam—me: Sat
lilam— l pm.
Berlin - A City In Transition Until Sat 15 May. Striking images taken over the