ART LISTINGS: GLASGOW continued
LLOYD JEROME GALLERY
200 Bath Street, 331 0722. Tue—Sat 9am—6pm.
Five Until Thu 8 Jun. Recent work by ﬁve printmakers: Helen Fay, Hetty Haxworth, Rachel Owen, Talbot Christie and Juliet Addenbrooke, reflecting the diversity of printmaking techniques.
THE LOFT GALLERY 71 Ilouldsworth Street, I-‘innieston, 221 4799. Tue—Sat noon—6pm.
City Zones II & III: New Works Until Sat 3 Jun. New work by photographer Sam Bell featuring images from Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Leeds, London and Glasgow. Bell’s most recent work has been published in Portfolio, The British Journal Of Photography. Professional Photographer and the Royal Photographic Society magazines. See review.
PENTAGON CENTRE 36 Washington Street. 221 2123. Mon—Fri 9am—6pm. ()pen Sat by arrangement. Cafe.
The Body Is Still A Good Read Until Fri 30 Jttn. Contemporary painters Rosemary Beaton, Alison Ilarper, Diana Leslie. Jennifer McRae and Cathy Richmond show new work inspired by the body.
PROJECT ABILITY Centre For Developmental Arts, 18 Albion Street, 552 2822. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm.
Recent Work Until Fri 26 May. An exhibition of work by leslie Nimtno, Storeen Hawthorne. Alex Connecher, Neil Gillies and Linda Smith.
RGI KELLY GALLERY
118 Douglas Street. 248 6386. Mott—Fri 10.30ant—5pnt: Sat 10.30am—lpm.
Marie Hart Until Sat 3 Jun. Oil paintings by Marie Ilart.
ROSLEA DRIVE Roslea Drive. Dennistoun. 554 9063. Viewing by appointment only.
Film Club Sun 28 May, 8pm. The Dennistoun Ilat‘s fourth project features debut screenings of three- minute short films by artists, commissioned by Scott Myles. Artists include The Cocktail Party, 'I‘orsten Lauschmann. Elizabeth (1o, Toby Paterson, Clare Stephenson and Antte Marie Copestake.
ROYAL CONCERT HALL
2 Sauchiehall Street, 287 5511. Daily 10am—7pm (till 9.30pm on concert days). Kennet A. Burns Until Mon 29 May. An exhibition of paintings in association with the Gatehouse Gallery.
100 Renfrew Street, 332 5057. Mon—Fri 9am—4.30pm.
Colour For Health Until Wed 31 May. New paintings by Margaret Thomson inspired by the natural world.
A Variety Of Acts Inspired By Sound And Vision Thu l—Fri 30 Jun. Abstract works, figurative pieces and collage work by Ilarry (Took.
6 Burnfteld Road, Giffnock, 638 1200. Tue—Sat l0am—5pm; Sun noon—5pm and Cresswtll Lane (off Byres Road), 638 1200. Tue—Sat l lam—5.30pm; Sun noon—5 )m.
Emerging Artists Partnership 'I‘wo new galleries from the Iimerging Artists Partnership Ltd, showcasing the work of leading art schools throughout Scotland and the UK.
'26 King Street, 552 2151. 'I'ue—Sat 10am—5.30pm.
Adesh — Andrew McDermid Until Sat 10 Jun. Andrew McDermid travelled to remote areas in Northern
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India to photograph over twenty portraits of Indian holy men (Sadhus). The result is a stunning collection of black and white and cibachrome prints, offering a rare insight of these mystical gurus.
AULD KIRK MUSEUM
The Cross. Kirkintilloch, 578 0144. Tue—Sat 10am—1 pm & 2—Spm. Free. Many Happy Returns Until Sat 10 Jun. A selection of birthday cards from the 1870—19405.
28 King Street, 552 4813. Tue—Sat 11am—5pm.
The Glamour Tue 30 May—Sat 24 Jun. Collaborative duo Joanne Tatham and Tom O’ Sullivan transform the gallery space with an installation which comprises rubble, mirrored surfaces and striplights.
25 Albert Drive, 287 5511. Phone number after 1 Jun, 422 2023. Tue—Sun noon—8pm. Free.
Another Place Fri 2 Jun—Sun 16 Jul. (Tramway 2). After a £3.2m refurbishment, the Tramway’s main exhibition space opens with a group show of work by young international and UK-based artists. New Tramway commissions by Alan Currall, Graham Gussin, Jeremy Millar and Mike Nelson, are shown alongside recent work by Tacita Dean, Ann Lislegaard and Sean Synder. See feature. Journey To The Centre Of The Universe Fri 2 Jun—Sun 9 Jul. (Project Room and Upper Foyer). Following a three-week residency in Tramway and forming part of the 1999/2000 Glasgow/Nantes exchange programme, Viriginie Barre, Christelle Familiari, Guillaume Janot, Laurent Moriceau and Bruno Peinado present new and recent work.
Sally Osborn Fri 2 Jun—Sun 16 Jul. (Tramway Street and other sites). Glasgow School ofArt graduate and winner ofTramway Dark Lights Commission, Sally Osborn shows new work for the gallery space created during a period of research and observation based on the Tramway site over the last six months.
Berlin 2000 Fri 2—Sun 18 Jun. (Video Room). The gallery’s new video room is the temporary home for the Glasgow Visual Arts Studio. In this exhibition, students from the Portfolio Preparation class show video documents from their visits to Berlin. See also GIaSgow Project Room.
18 Albion Street, 552 2822. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm.
A Taste Of Trongate Studios Until Fri 2 Jun. An exhibition of work by members of the studio, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Millennium Festival Fund as part of Museums and Galleries Month 2000.
This section lists museums currently showing temporary exhibitions.
ART GALLERY 8: MUSEUM, KELVINGROVE
Argyle Street, Kelvingrove, 287 2699. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 11am-5pm. Café. Free.
Continuum — Textiles To Celebrate The Millennium Until Wed 31 May. An exhibition of work by contemporary craftspeople, organised by the Association of Guilds of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers.
Wild, Wet And Wonderful Until Sun 3 Sep. Scotland’s historic peat bogs, their importance to the environment and the dangers they face, are explored in this touring exhibition from Scottish Natural Herita re.
Churc ill — The Evidence Sat 3—Wed 28 Jun. First shown at the National Library of Scotland, this exhibition about Sir Winston Churchill brings to life the man behind the myth through childhood letters, notes for some of the most famous speeches ever made, correspondence with kings, presidents, soldiers and celebrities plus photographs and possessions.
2060 Pollokshaws Road, 287 2550. Mon—Thu & Sat 10am—5pm; Fri & Sun llam—Spm. Free.
Wild Tigers Of Bandhavgarh Until Sun 19 Nov. A major exhibition of paintings, sculpture and installation highlighting the plight of the Wild Tiger by ﬁfteen international contemporary and wildlife artists including Peter Howson, Nicola Hicks and Hock Aun—Teh.
GLASGOW BOTANIC GARDENS
730 Great Western Road, 334 2422. Daily 11am—4pm. Free.
On The Wild Side Until Sun 1 Oct. An exhibition presented by the Glasgow Natural History Society, looking at the natural history of the Botanic Gardens.
Monday Art Group May Exhibition Until Thu 1 Jun. Recent watercolours, pastels and acrylic paintings by members of the Monday Art Group.
HOUSE FOR AN ART LOVER Bellahouston Park, 10Dumbreck Road, 353 4773. Sun—Thu 10am—4pm; Sat 10am—3pm. £3.50 (£2.50).
Annis Fttzhugh and Sam Bell Until Sun 4 Jun. An exhibition of recent work by printmaker Annis Fitzhugh and photographer Sam Bell.
Glasgow Print Studio Tue 6—Fri 30 Jun. New works by members of the Glasgow Print Studio.
ART GYM 8: CRAFT STUDIO
26 St Stephen Street, 225 5865. Tue—Fri 11am—6.30pm; Sat loam—6.30pm; Sun noon—6 m.
Mixed Exhibition Permanently on display, a wide range of arts and crafts by local artists.
THE BELLEVUE GALLERY
4 Bellevue Crescent, 557 1663. Tue—Sat noon—6pm.
EH4 Until Sat 3 Jun. A group show of paintings by Edinburgh-based artists Ian Healy, Mark Ianson, Alan Kirkpatrick and Ann McCluskey. See review.
BOURNE FINE ART
6 Dundas Street, 557 4050. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm; Sat llam—2pm.
New Acquisitions Until Fri 30 Jun. Newly acquired works for the gallery including paintings by William Wells, D.Y. Cameron, Robert Brough, F.B.C. Cadell, David Gauld and Barbara Rae.
29 Haddington Place, 652 3880. Mon—Fri 7.30am—6 m; Sat 9.30am—5pm.
Dance 0 The Soul Until Sat 3 Jun. Photographs of different dance forms by Kirsty Shanks including stills of breakdancing at The Bongo Club, and suftdancing in Cairo, Egypt.
10 Royal Terrace, 556 1010. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm; Sat l0am—lpm.
Mixed Exhibition Until Fri 30 Jun. Paintings from stock including works by George Houston, J.D. Fergusson, Maclauchlan Milne and PW. Adam.
MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT
Kelvin Hall, 1 Burnhouse Road, 287 2720. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 11am—5pm. Free.
Urban Transportation: The Future Until Mon 31 Jul. A look at urban transportation featuring a day in the life of ‘a family of the future’ which explains how lifestyle choices will be influenced by the changing technology.
PAISLEY MUSEUM 8: ART GALLERIES High Street, 889 3151. Tue—Sat 10am-5pm: Sun 2—5pm. Free.
People s Choice Until Wed 31 May. The famous and not-so-famous citizens of Paisley select items from the permanent cohecuon.
81st Scottish Salon Of Photography 2000 Until Sat 3 Jun. The Paisley Photographic Society present an exhibition of photographs from around the globe from the Scottish Photographic Federation.
PEOPLE'S PALACE 8: WINTER GARDEN Glasgow Green, 554 0223. Mon-Thu & Sat 10am—5pm; Fri & Sun llam—Spm. Free.
Boer War 1899-1902 Until Tue 30 May. Items collected by Boer War historian Gordon McBride go on display to mark the centenary of the Boer War, in which many Glaswegian soldiers fought.
THE TALL SHIP AT GLASGOW HARBOUR
100 Stobcross Road, 339 0631. Daily 10am—5pm. £3.50 (£2.95); accompanied children free.
Five Thousand Days At Sea An exhibition on board the only Clydebuilt sailing ship still afloat in the UK, documenting her adventures on the high seas between 1897 and 1919.
Story In The Stones (Pumphouse Main Gallery). An exhibition looking at the impact of the industrial ages on Glasgow harbour.
Morse And More (Pumphouse Lower Gallery). A hands-on exhibition, aimed at children, looking at the world of communication. You can operate a state- of-the-art optical telegraph used in the Napoleonic wars, try out the ﬁve-needle telegraph and crank up World War 11 field telephones.
CITY ART CENTRE
2 Market Street, 529 3993. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm.
Artworks: Faces And Things Until Sat 27 May. Aimed primarily at young children, this hands-on exhibition explores themes of portraiture and still life.
Spectrum: Aspects Of The City Of Edinburgh's Fine Art Collection Until Sat 27 May. A range of works drawn from the City Of Edinburgh‘s fine art collection including contemporary and historic topographical views of the city and recent acquisitions.
Without Day Until Sat 3 Jun. Artists have been invited to respond to proposals for an event or art work inspired by the new Scottish Parliament. Although the works are not intended to be realised, the exhibition aims to look at the interaction between artistic and democratic processes and the role of the Scottish Parliament within Scottish culture. Nathan Coley, Tracy Mackenna, Edwin Janssen and William Furlong are among the line-up of artists. See review.
British Art Show 5 Until Sat 3 Jun. Free. (BASS Information line 529 3795). On show at the City Art Centre are Hilary Lloyd who examines personal identity; Jim Lambie creates new work comprising refuse bags and pots of gloss paint; David Shrigley exhibits a selection of sculptures and Wolfgang Tillmans shows work from his series Soldiers — The Nineties. Johnny Spencer appears at all British Art Show venues with a series of Information Panels exploring the history and culture of Edinburgh’s galleries and Amikan Toren tours all the venues once the show has opened to decide where to place his Armchair Paintings.
Scottish Glass 2000 Until Sat 17 Jun. Forty-ﬁve of the most talented glass artists and craftsmen currently working in Scotland participate in this selling exhibition, celebrating the new millennium and the 2lst anniversary of the Scottish Glass Society.
City Cafe 2, 19 Blair Street, 220 0125. Daily l0am—Iam.
Collaboration Of Clubbing Fri 2—Fri 30 Jun. Edinburgh‘s club scene is captured by photographers Jannica Honey and Anna Ross, featuring Joy‘s Trendy Wendy and Shebang’s Gail Sellers.