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a pha etically b venue. Please send details to our 0 ice at least ten days before publication. Art listings compiled by Helen Monaghan.



19 Pamie Street, 552 7779. Mon-Sat 11am-6pm.

Alan King Until Tue 28 Sep. Figurative paintings.

Garry Brown Until Tue 28 Sep. Driftwood sculptures.

Susan Dalton Until Tue 28 Sep. Figurative ceramics.

10th Birthday Exhibition Fri l—Tue 26 Oct. Celebrating the gallery’s 10th birthday, an exhibition of work by regular, new and previous exhibitors including Dyer, McGregor, King and Evans.

Tom Allan Fri 1—Tuc 26 Oct. Figurative sculpture.


Regent House, 113 West Regent Street, 226 5413. Mon-Fri 10am—5pm.

Glasgow Style Until Fri 29 Oct. An exhibition of work by Annie French, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Talwin Morris and contemporary artists Norman Edgar, Norman Kirkham and WJ. Maskell.


134 Blythswood Street, 332 4027. Mon—Fri 9.30am-5.30pm; Sat lOam-l pm. John Creed Fri 24 Sep—Tue 19 Oct. Metalwork by John Creed featuring recent forged steelwork, photographs and sketches.

Dawson Murray Fri 24 Sep—Tue 19 Oct. Garden paintings in watercolour.


178 West Regent Street, 221 6370. Mon-Sat 10am-5.30pm.

Mutations Until Wed 6 Oct. Paintings and sculpture by Arran Ross.


Cresswell Lane, 342 5822. Tue, Thu & Fri 11am-5pm; Sat 10am—5.30pm; Sun noon-5 m.

Scottis 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.


221 West George Street, 248 9755. Mon-Fri 10am—5.30pm; Sat 10am—2pm. Scottish Paintings Until Wed 13 Oct. Scottish paintings from 1880 to the present day featuring work by the Scottish colourists, William McTaggart, D.Y. Cameron and Gary Anderson.


322 Duke Street, 554 1125. Tue-Fri noon-6pm; Sat 10am—4pm; Sun

noon—4 m.

Furoshikibility Sat 25 Sep—Sun 10 Oct. A group show inspired by the ‘Furoshiki’ concept of multi-use versatility and adaptability. Dauvit Alexander creates a wearable silver object, Martin Boyce exhibits his skateboard table, Dene Happell produces a low occasional table, Jonathan Kemp creates a clock tile, Paul Maguire exhibits a ‘furoshikibility’ invite, Andrew Miller shows new work and Julian Woodward presents 30 computer images.


18 Castlemilk Arcade, 634 2603. Mon-Sat 10am—5pm.

A Life In Boxing Fri 24 Sep—Tue 19 Oct. An exhibition exploring the life of Gorbals-bom Frank O’Donnell, who has been involved in boxing for over 40 years.


84 Dixon Street, 221 7203. Daily 9am-midnight.

Trust Me Until Fri 8 Oct. A series of paintings and drawings examining popular cultures’ influence on our relationships by Nosheen Khwaja.


500 Ar le Street, 226 5577.

Laura everidge Until Sun 26 Sep. A solo show of paintings by Laura Beveridge featuring over 30 works inspired by the San Francisco Bay area, plus abstract and floral works.


25 King Street, 552 0704. MONO! lOam-5.30pm.

Habitat Until Sat 2 Oct. Invited artists respond to the definition of ‘habitat’ - whether it be that of animal or plant, the physical environment of any community or the place where a person or things can be found - by creating editions of prints. Artists include Carol Rhodes, Ross Sinclair, Christine Borland, Jaqueline Donachie, David Shrigley, David Mach and Adrian Wiszniewski. Part of Glasgow 1999.

Modern Dreams Until Sat 2 Oct. Will Maw produces a new series of screenprints taking inspiration from seemingly incompatible sources of image and text.

Helen ay - Island Creatures Until Sat 2 Oct. A new body of work from Helen Fay inspired by island creatures.

THE GLASGOW PROJECT ROOM (formerly Glasgow Independent Studio), top floor, 64 Osbourne Street, 552 1472. Thu-Sat 11am—5pm.

Museum Magogo Sat 2-Sat 30 Oct. Artists John Beagles and Graham Ramsay curate this exhibition of over 200 works by upcoming young artists as well as acclaimed artist heroes Andy Warhol and Joseph Beuys.


24-Hour Viewing Window, 264 High Street, 572 0161.

Here Until Fri 8 Oct. (Interior space). Arts organisation Not in Kansas take over the gallery space with new work by Karen Vaughan, Mhairi Sutherland and Rachael Mimiec. Exploring home and an awareness of place, the artists work in a variety of media including earth and flour, embroidery and maps.


360 Great Western Road, 334 8894. Daily Sam-10pm.

Cafe Society Until Sun 31 Oct. A summer exhibition of recent work by local artists.


10 King Street, 553 0733. Mon-Sat 10.30am-11 m; Sun 1—11 m. Portraits 0i) Towns And eople Until Mon 4 Oct. Painting by Marlena Nizo, graduate of Krakow Academy of Fine Arts.


270 Sauchiehall Street, 332 7521. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun llam—5pm. Neal Beggs Glasgow-based artist Neal Beggs creates a new installation for the entrance corridor space at the venue, consisting of two large blocks of text on the corridor walls. One wall lists the 284 Scottish munros (mountains over 3000ft) and on the opposite wall, is a list of the 304 multi-storey tower blocks built in Glasgow between the 19505 and the 19705.


University of Strathclyde, 22 Richmond Street, 552 4400 ext 2682. Mon-Fri lOam-Spm; Sat noon-4pm.

Animate And Fascinate Until Sat 9 Oct. A look at the diversity of animation and the influence of digitalisation on traditional techniques. Featured in the exhibition is artwork and film from the pioneer of the medium, Norman McLaren, with a selection of work by contemporary animators.


Queen Street, 229 1996. Mon—Thu & Sat 10am-5pm; Fri & Sun 11am-5pm. Alvar Aalto In Seven Buildings Until Sun 10 Oct. A retrospective exhibition looking at seven key projects by Finnish architect Alvar Aalto, illustrating his modernist approach to architecture, interiors, furniture and design.

Fresh Paint Until Sun 24 Oct. Drawn from the Frank Cohen collection, an exhibition of paintings by leading young British artists including work by Nicky Hobennan, Glenn Brown, James Rielly and Jason Brooks, reflecting the trends in painting today. See review.


Rouken Glen Road, 620 0235. Wed-Sun 1.30—5.30pm.

Kirsty Wither Until Wed 3 Oct. Floral, figurative and landscape paintings by Gray’s School of Art graduate Kirsty Wither.


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

Travelling Scotland Until Fri 24 Sep. Landscape paintings by Tom Shanks.


730 Great Western Road, 334 2422. Daily 11am-4pm.

David Douglas Until Sun 28 Nov. A celebration in the bi-centenary year of his birth of the famous Scottish plant collector, David Douglas.


Cafe Cosmo, 12 Rose Street, 332 8128. Cinema As Architecture Until Thu 30 Sep. A photographic exhibition from the 100 Group recording the filming of GFT’s ‘Cinema As Architecture’ video.

Mr Hitchcock Presents . . . Adventures In Hollywood Fri l-Sun 31 Oct. Celebrating the centenary of Alfred Hitchcock’s birthday, an exhibition of stills from his films, production shots and pictures. Part of the BF] ’3 Ultimate Hitchcock Centenary Celebrations.


Ground floor, Princes Square, Buchanan Street, 221 8162. Mon-Sat 10am-6pm; Sun 11am—5pm.

New Artists A new gallery space for Glasgow showcases the work of up-and- coming artists from Glasgow and the rest of Scotland. The work encompasses a variety of media from sculpture and textile design to paintings and jewellery, changing the line-up on a monthly basis.


167 Renfrew Street, 353 4500. Mackintosh & Newberry Gallery open Mon-Thu 9.30am-7pm; Fri 9.30am—5pm; Sat 10am-noon. Podium Gallery open Mon-Fri 9.30am-5pm; Sat 10am—5pm. Atrium Gallery open Mon-Thu 10am-8pm; Fri 10am-5pm.

Ettore Sottsass And Associates

Until Fri 24 Sep. (Mackintosh Gallery and Studios). A look at the diverse . range of work by post-war Italian designer Ettore Sottsass. In the 505 he worked on the first generation of computers for Olivetti and in the 808 he established the design group, Memphis. Sottsass, now in his 803, is still busy with new projects in his studio in MilanJ’art of Glasgow 1 999.

Scenery Machinery Scenery Until Fri 8 Oct. (Atrium Gallery). A look at how interior designers transform essential utilitarian objects into aesthetically pausing household items. Part of Glasgow 1 .

lnterspace 'Iue S-Sat 30 Oct. (Mackintosh Gallery). A study of spatial relationships by New York-based artist and graduate o GSA, Scott Kilgour. Contemporary Japanese Prints Fri l-Fri 29 Oct. (Newbery Gallery). Recent work by young printmakers from Kyoto, Seika University.

Future Living Mon Hire 12 Oct. (Podium Gallery). The results of a workshop held last June involving Community Councils, architects, developers and planners which looks at urban design.

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Welcome Last chance to step over the threshold into the world of artists Nicky Hoberman, Nina Saunders and Emily Bates. Remember to wipe your feet. Edinburgh: Stills Gallery until Sat 25 Sep.

Atelier van Lieshout: AVL Equipment Home Sweet Home is given menacing overtones in the Dutch workshop’s installation. Who said knives should be kept out of harm’s way? Glasgow: Transmission Gallery until Sat 2 Oct. Gary Hume All gloss and a lot of surface charm in the latest paintings from the artist who is representing Britain in this year's Venice Biennale. Edinburgh: Dean Gallery until Sun 17 Oct; Glasgow: The Lighthouse until Sun 26 Sep.

Museum Magogo Entrepreneurial art duo Graham Ramsey and John Beagles host a show of work by over 200 artists. See Frontlines. Glasgow: Glasgow Project Room Sat 2—Sat 30 Oct.

Visions Of The Future Artists Martin Boyce and Ross Sinclair disclose the future in the first of a series of exhibitions to highlight some of Scotland's most exciting artists. See preview. Edinburgh: Fruitmarket Gallery Sat 25 Sep—Sat 13 Nov. . Habitat Artists Christine Borland, Martin Boyce, Jacqueline Donachie and others respond to the definition of habitat. Glasgow Print Studio until Sat 2 Oct.

Agnes Martin and John McLaughlin The grande dame of abstract art is celebrated and the late American artist John McLaughlin is remembered in a show that stirs the mind to contemplation. Edinburgh: lnver/eith House, Royal Botanic Garden until Sun 31 Oct.

Here Glasgow artists Karen Vaughan, Mhairi Sutherland and Rachel Mimiec show new works in one of the city’s newest art spaces. Glasgow: Bulkhead, 24-Hour Viewing Window until Fri 8 Oct.


Opposite Glasgow Green, 287 1999. Tue-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 11am—5pm. Home For The Future Expo Until Sun 24 Oct. A tour of the Homes For The Future site, a £10 million housing development comprising 100 homes all designed by leading architects from around the world. Both public and private housing will be created with the aim of combining innovative architecture with urban renewal. Part of Glasgow 1999. Home Until Sun 24 Oct. To complement the Homes For The Future development, this exhibition looks at the project in the context of house building in the 20th _ century and addresses various aspects of home design for the future. Part of Glasgow I 999.

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