Exhibitions are listed alphabetically by ci and category, then

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 Parnie Street, 552 7779. Mon—Sat noon-5pm.

Nooks And Crannies Sat S—Mon 28 Feb. Paintings by various artists including McNab, Bibby, Marshall, Reid, McNicol, Atkinson and Nardini, capturing the unusual places and buildings that can be found in Glas ow.

12" x 12" Sat S-Mon 28 Feb. An exhibition of small works by gallery artists.

On A Love Theme Sat S—Mon 28 Feb. Valentine’s Day inspired jewellery by Linda Carlin, ceramics by Todd Garner and paintings by Bryan Evans, Teresa Flavin and Wilson Mitchell.


Regent House, 113 West Regent Street, 226 5413. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm. Glasgow Style Until Fri 31 Mar. An exhibition of work by Annie French, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Talwin Morris and contemporary artists Norman Edgar, Norman Kirkman and WJ. Maskell.


134 Blythswood Street, 332 4027. Mon-Fri 9.30am—5.30pm; Sat 10am—1pm.

Winter Landscape Until Tue 22 Feb. Paintings on a seasonal theme by gallery artists including works by Shona Barr, William Birnie, Norman Edgar. Lys Hansen, Glen Scouller and Christine McArthur.

Recent Aerial Works - Patricia Macdonald Until Tue 22 Feb. Aerial photographs by Patricia Macdonald capturing the abstract colours, shapes and textures of the Scottish landscape. Valentine's Exhibition Until Tue 22 Feb. Contemporary jewellery featuring works by Alan Craxford, Roger Morris and Jack Cunningham. plus new furniture by Alex Macdonald, ceramic animals by Zoe Whiteside and Alison Stewart and textiles from Sam Pickard, Stephanie Malosanie and Frances Stevenson.

Lisa Ellul Until Tue 22 Feb. New ceramic forms by Lisa Ellul.


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

Who The “" Do You Think You Are! Until Sat 8 Apr. A series of exhibitions featuring four selected artists. Jane Topping's work is showcased until Sat 26 Feb.


10 King Street, 553 0733. Mon—Sat 10.30am-11pm; Sun 1—1 1pm.

Gavin Scott-Weir Until Wed 16 Feb. Paintings by Gavin Scott-Weir inspired by street lights.


270 Sauchiehall Street, 332 7521. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun llam—Spm. 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) while opposite 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.

John K. Clark: Drawings, Designs And Processes Until Sat 12 Feb. A

comprehensive survey of the work of glasspainter John K. Clark featuring full- scale drawings and studies for stained glass. Previous commissions include windows in Cafe Gandolf'i. Princes Square, Queen’s Park Synagogue. The Barony at the University of Strathclyde, The Piping Centre and Glasgow Cathedral.


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

Scottish Contemporary Art Until Tue 29 Feb. A selection of work by contemporary Scottish artists.


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

Scottis Art Schools Emerging Artists Partnership 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 Mon 21 Feb. Scottish paintings from 1880 plus contemporary works.

by up-and-coming artists featuring sculpture. textile design, paintings and jewellery.


167 Renfrew Street, 353 4500. Mackintosh & Newbery Gallery open Mon—Thu 9.30am—6pm; 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. Propositions Ill Until Thu 3 Feb. (Mackintosh Gallery). The third in a series of exhibitions focusing on the sub'ect of drawing.

3r Year Painting Exhibition Until Fri 11 Feb. (Newbcry Gallery). Student work.

Digital Condition: Robert Hower Mon 7—Fri 25 Feb. (Atrium Gallery). Two projects by Robert Hower, the first of which looks at death, grief and emotional recovery and the second, explores space and light.

The Noble Grossart Painting Prize Exhibition Fri ll—Sun 20 Feb. A display of the finest entries to the Scotland On Sunday Noble Grossart Painting Prize. Graphics Illustration And Photography Exhibition Wed 16-Fri 25 Feb. (Newbcry Gallery). A display of student work.


Queen Street, 229 1996. Mon—Thu & Sat lOam—Spm; Fri & Sun 11am—5pm. Entwined - Contemporary Miniatures Until Mon 24 Apr. Twin sisters Amrit and Rabindra Kaur Singh explore family life, religion and politics through richly coloured and patterned lndian paintings fused with Western influences.


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

Gallery Artists Until Thu 3 Feb. Paintings by gallery artists.

Catriona Campbell, Peter Graham and Shona Barr Sun 6 Feb—Thu 9 Mar. Oil paintings, varying in subject matter and style by Glasgow School ofArt graduates.


148 West Regent Street, 221 3095. MonxSat 9.30am—5.30pm.

Works From Stock Until Tue 29 Feb. A selection of work from stock including the Scottish colourists, Cadell, Peploe, Hunter, Fergusson, the Glasgow boys and many others.


Cafe Cosmo, 12 Rose Street. 332 8128. The Kitchen Sinks On Fire Until Tue 29 Feb. A series of pictures based around the Kelvinbridge/West End area of Glasgow by David Traynor.


25 King Street, 552 0704. Tue—Sat 10am—5.30pm.

Roger Palmer - Grey Matter Sat 5 Feb—Sat 18 Mar. Black and white

photographs created in Scotland, Ireland. South Africa and Uganda by Roger

Palmer. exploring layers of different phenomena.

Carol Rhodes Sat 5 Feb—Sat 18 Mar. Small fictional landscape paintings. Stuart Webb Sat 5 Feb—Sat 18 Mar. Etchings and meuotints by Stuart Webb. Claire Hillerby Sat 5 Feb—Sat 18 Mar. New work by jeweller of the month.

THE GLASGOW PROJECT ROOM (Formerly Glasgow Independent Studio), top floor, 64 Osbourne Street, 552 1472. Tue—Sat noon—5pm.

Subrosa Fri 4—Sat 12 Feb. Paintings by Glagsow School ofArt MA graduate Sally Chapman, which represents dramas whose narratives are explored through objects and motives.


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

New Artists A varied selection of work


University of Glasgow, University Avenue, 330 5430. Mon—Sat 9.30am—5pm. Home to the University's collection of art and sculpture and an on- going programme of temporary exhibitions, the lluntcrian also features a re-creation of Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Glasgow house which contains ori inal furnishings. Mackintos Sketches Until Sat 12 Feb. Architectural sketches, drawings, watercolours and sketchbooks by architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The works were created during his travels in Italy, England. Scotland and Portugal.


2 Sinclair Drive, 632 0810. Mon & Tue 10am—8pm; Wed 10am—5pm; Thu noon—8pm; Fri—Sat 9am—5pm.

Let Glasgow Flourish Until Tue 29 Feb.

An exhibition and sale ofdrawings and paintings by Phyllis llutchisoii, featuring Glasgow landmarks and west coast scenery.

THE LIGHTHOUSE 11 Mitchell Lane, 221 6362. Mon, Wed, Fri 8: Sat 10.30am—6pm; Tue 11am—6pm; Thu 10.30am—8pm; Sun noon—5pm. Converted from Charles Rennie Mackintosh's first major public building and former offices of The Herald, this new venue is the home of Scotland’s centre for Architecture, Design and the City. Providing two main exhibition galleries and smaller display areas, there are facilities for conferences, education and IT suites, a shop and a cafe. On permanent display, the Mackintosh Interpretation Centre documents the life and work of Glasgow‘s most famous architect- designer.

ldentity Crisis: The 90s Defined Until Sun 13 Feb. David Redhead. former editor of Design magazine, curates Glasgow 1999’s last major exhibition which looks at designed objects and images which are synonymous with the 19905. Tamagotchis, the Dyson vacuum cleaner or virtual girl lara Croft how will vou remember the decade?

- Building Design Partnership Until Fri

3 Mar. This exhibition looks at the diversity of materials used in modern building which ranges from stone and brick to aluminium and titanium. A display of the recent work of Building Design Partnership’s Glasgow Office illustrates this diversity.

lack Cunningham Until Sun 12 Mar. New works by Jack Cunningham exploring contemporary narrative jewellery through the visual and emotional content of the pieces.

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2.3-.» ‘.~~-.-.~:—:: ."i. -- Frank Thiel Doorways leading to somewhere - is it a prison? photographed by the German artist Frank Thiel. Both intrigumg and soitably bleak, Thiel captures a sense of life on the inSide. Glasgow: Street Level, until Sat 26 Feb.

Metacitleata Town Fancy living in a City with 241 million inhabitants? Here you can get a taste of urban dwelling on a scary scale and perhaps decide to relocate to the Western Isles while the going is good. See preview and Frontlines. Glasgow: The Lighthouse, Sat 5 Feb—Sat 25 Mar.

An Invitation To Kiss The artist collective, Generator gets physical in their first show in their new space. The show features a reinactment of Rodin's famed, ever-kissing couple. Dundee: Generator Projects, until Fri 18 Feb.

Bruce McLean The artist who likes to say 'no‘ to convention is given an exhibition which includes famed painting Gucci Girls, recent public art projects and Video footage of his performance pieces. Edinburgh: Talbot Rice Gallery until Wed 23 Feb. Eileen Agar The woman who held her own with the big boys of Surrealism is celebrated in this major show. Agar was also known as a natty dresser and on display is a number of photographs showing her wearing the most fetching of Surrealist hats. Edinburgh: National Gallery Of Modern Art, until Sun 27 Feb.

Metacity/Data Town Sat 5 Feb—Sun 23 Apr. Where is the contemporary city going? Conceived by Winny Maas, researched and produced by MVRDV, one of Holland’s cutting-edge architectural practices. this exhibition attempts to understand this notion. The centre-piece of the show is a small room constructed in gallery 5, in which the four walls pulsate with changing images and information, creating a virtual reality projection of an imaginary city for 241 million inhabitants. See preview.


Station Road, Milngavie, 578 8847. Tue—Fri 10am-1pm, 2—5pm; Sat & Sun 2-5pm.

Revealed Light: Lost Wax Sat 5 Feb—Sat 4 Mar. Californian landscape paintings by Glasgow-born artist Peter Nardini and bronze, figurative sculpture by Dennis Shields.

New Editions Sat 5 Feb—Fri 3 Mar. An exhibition of the gallery’s recent acquisitions.

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