ART; GLASGOW GALLERIES continued
.3 Park Circus. 333 3555. Mon—Thu l0atn—8pm; Fri I0ain--lpm: Sat
|0ain— I ptii.
Goethe's Theory Of Colours Until Wed 30 .ltiti. Goethe's scientific study ofoptics is explored in this exhibition.
Byres Road. 33‘) 7333. Mon. Tue & Tlitt llam--7pm: Wed. Fri a Sat Until-Split. Joseph Swan Sat I2~Sni In .Iun. tint-ly- views of Glasgow by engraver and publisher Joseph Sty an t l7‘)6 -|873l. HUGHSON GALLERY
l Cleveden Gardens. 334 3473. Wed—Sat tiooii--6pm.
Four By Five Sat l3 «Sun 37 .ltiii. Paintings. drawings and prints by Norman Ackroyd. Ian Hamilton Finlay. .lack Knox. Philip Reeves and sculpture by Dorothy Dick. Par! (2/ [lie Ilt'yl Iz'Itt/ I't'ylit'ttl.
HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY
University of Glasgow. University Avenue. 330 5430. Mon—Sat ‘).30ain—-5pm. Home to the university's collection of art and sculpture and an on-gotng programtne of temporary exhibitions. the Hunterian also features a re-creation of Charles Rennie :‘ylackintosh's (ilas‘gow house which contains original furnishings.
Celebration - Ten Years Of Collecting 1989-1999 Wed l6 Juli-Sat l6 ()ct. To celebrate the gallery's refurbtshinent. an exhibition ofoy er IS00 works which have been added to the collections since l‘)8‘). Among the acquisitions is a rare 30th century painting by Stanley Spencer. a l6tlt century clttarosctii'o oil by Luca Camiaso plus works by the Scottish
colotirists. furniture and designs by
Charles Rennie Mackintosh and prints by
George Sttibbs and Lucian Freud.
INTERMEDIA GALLERY l8 King Street. 553 3540. Tue—Sat llatii 5pm.
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Birdhouse, Carbeth from The Carbeth Evictions project by Richard Bell on show at
Duolog - The Word Made Flesh Until Sat i
l3 Jun. A two-person collaborative protect by Glasgow-based artist Mark Vernon and Newcastle-based artist Rupert Clamp. Well? Zero Tue 33 .ltiti-Sat 3 .ltil. Barbara Breitenfellner uses surveillance cameras. infra red lights and mirrors in this site-specific show which reﬂects on the conception of space.
LILLIE ART GALLERY
Station Road. Milngavie. 578 88-17. Tue—Fri l0am—lpm. 3-5pm‘. Sat & Sttti 3—5an
The Milngavie Art Club Annual Exhibition Until Sat 36 Jun. Recent
Transmission . 28 King,'8treet i ' Glasgow t.0141 552 4813mm?" _. I ﬁns-ngwt, __ I 3:
CYDIL GERBER FINE ART
BRITISH DAINTINGcS, DRAWINGS 6 éCULDTUDE
JUNE EXHIBITIONS INCLUDE H GAl’DIER BRZESKA (l89l—l9l5)
The legendary Sculptor A'- I)rtitig/ilsittuii CYRIL EDWARD POWER (l872—I95I) Mus/er (if Linn ('til l’ltts II'UI'kS in stuck by EARDLEY, FERGUSSON, Hl'N't‘tZR, Cowitz, REDPA'I‘H AND OTHERS. I48 West Regent St Glasgow G2 2RQ Scotland Monday — Saturday 9.30am - 5.30pm Tel: ()I4I 22t 3095 0 Tel: ()I4l 204 0276 - Fax: ()I4l 248 I322
76 THE LIST 10—24 Jun I999
The Collins Gallery
works by local artists. botli amateur and professional.
THE LLOYD JEROME GALLERY 300 Bath Street. 33| 0733. Tue-Sat 9am-6pm; Thu I lam—8 nit.
David Byrne: Better Living Through
’ Chemistry Until Thti | .lttl. The
formidable David Byrne — musician. artist. filmmaker and founder of the group Talking Heads — returns to his artistic background with a show of graphic works and photographs.
THE LOFT GALLERY
7| Houldswoi'th Street. l-'innteston. 33| 479‘). Wed—Sat 3-6ptn.
Landscapes Until Sat I: .lun. Large oils on canvas. mainly of Arran. by Margot Sandeman.
270 Sauchiehall Street. 331 I854. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm: Sun Ham—5pm. The Architecture 0f Democracy Until Sun 25 Jul. An exhibition comparing parliamentary buildings in different countries from Wesuninster to Louis Kmns parliament in Bangladesh. Sir Norman Foster‘s remodelling of the
Reichstag for the new German parliament
in Berlin and Oscar Neimeyer’s assembly in Brasilia. Part of Glasgow 1999.
James Moii' Hall. North Street. 305 3‘)‘)‘).
Mon~Thu 9am—8pm; Fri—Sat 9am—5pm.
' Cardonald College Graphics Until Sun
37 .ltiti. Recent work from this year's HND and Advanced Diploma students.
DlIIIIiIitI'IDII Roat . 33‘) I303. Mon. Tue & Thu | lam—7pm; Wed. Fri is Sat 9am—5pm.
Tenement Closes In Partick Until Sun 37 Jttn. Frank McNab uses tiles and
wood to create this artwork which depicts the tenement closes iii Partick. l’urt u/ I/tc’ Wm] Ifm/ ['1'in I'(l/..
Agoraphobia Fri ts Jun—Fri IoJuI. 10am—5pm. Free. Artists. both with and
without a personal experience of
agoraphobia. use a wide range of disciplines from video to painting. to examine and interpret the nature of this illness.
RGI KELLY GALLERY
I I8 Douglas Street. 348 6386. Mon—Fri l().30am-Spm; Sat l0.30am—|pm. Gerard Burns Sat l3—Sat 36 Jun. New oil and watercolour paintings by award- winning Glasgow artist Gerard Bttrns.
ROYAL CONCERT HALL
3 Sauchiehall Street. 387 55l I. Mon—Sat l0am-6pm.
Venice Behind The Mask Until Fri 30 .lttl. Photography by Bob Collins
‘ capturing the Cat'nivale Di Venezia.
SCOTTISH MASK 8i PUPPET THEATRE CENTRE
8— l0 Balcarres Avenue. Kelvindale. 33‘) 6|8S. Mon-Wed l0atn—5pm; Sat l—Spm. Thu & Fri by appointment.
Design And Scenography In Mask And Puppet Theatre Until Fri 3| Dec. Craft and design from the puppet theatre including set designs. scale tnodels and drawings to working figttres and masks. Purl 0/‘(ilttsguu' /‘)‘)‘).
36 King Street. 553 3 I St. Tue—Sat Wain—5.30pm.
Death's Dance Floor Until Sat 26 Inn. A series of new work in a range of media by artist Ian Breakwell which re-interprets the allegorical theme of The Dance of The Death. In the final days of the exhibition (33—36 Jun). Breakwell's audio-visual piece shows life-sized images of skeletal dancers oscillating to sync-pulsed music composed by Ron Geesin.
38 King Street. 553 ~18I3. Tue—Sat
Hundred Year Egg Sat I2 Jun-Sat 3 Jul. A four-person show exploring high and low culture. featuring the work of Swedish artists Magnus Wassborg and Mats Adelman and Glasgow artists Michael Fullerton and Simon McAuley.
TRAVELLING GALLERY For a detailed itinerary call 0 l 31 53‘) 3683/3930.
' Threshold Until Wed 3| Jtil. The
Travelling Gallery's new show features work by Kate Belton. Nathan Coley. Tom Hunter. Stephen Cooper. Gary Perkins and Zoe Walker who explore the home as a domestic environment. a work of architecture and a place of sanctuary. See review. The gallery will be at the following venues: Pollok Shopping Centre. (l0 Jun). Pollokshaws Library. Christian Street (l2 .ltin): New Govait Parish Church. Govan Cross ( I6 Jun). lbrox Library. Midlock Street ( l7 Jun). Cardonald College ( l8 Jttni. Darnley 3000 Centre. Glenlivet Place (Sat l‘) Jun). St Francis Centre. Cumberland Street (33 Jun) and Pollok Shopping Centre (33 June).
l8 Albion Street. 553 3833. Mon—Fri l0am—5 )m.
Dresse Up Fri |8Jun—Fri toJuI. l0am—5pm. Artist/designer Steven Reilly’s installation ofcostumes. dress designs and hand-made fabric.
Buchanan Street. 33| 0334. Daily ‘)am—7 )m.
Slight y Offstage Until Thtt l7 Jun. A charity exhibition ofcelebrity photographs by Gill Shaw to raise money for children and adults suffering from cerebral palsy. Famous faces include Ringo Starr. Michael Owen. The Bee Gees. Maureen Lipmaii and the cast of (‘lll'ﬂlllllflill SHIT].
Centre For Developmental Arts. l8 Albion Street. 553 3833. Mon—Fri IOam—Spm.
()3 Trongate. 553 4367.
Theatre Designs Until Wed 30 Jun. An insight into the backstage world of theatre design featuring drawings. sketches and art work from the millennial youth drama Speed Rim.
UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE Department OfArchitecture and Building Science. I3I Rottenrow. 548 3033. Mon—Fri 9am-9pm.
Architecture Degree Show Sat t9 Jun-Fri ‘) Jul. The annual student degree show from the department of Architecture and Building Science.