Goya: Seeing It In Black And White

Fri 16 JunmSat 16 Sep. Etchings by Goya and a major oil painting on loan from the Metropolitan Museum ofArt, New York.


18 King Street, 552 2540. Tue—Fri 10am-6pm; Sat 10am—2pm.

'Oh! How Can We Forget You, Mr Scott‘ Fri 9—Sat 24 Jun. A touring show of work from Art in Hospital including etchings, monoprints, artists’ books, works on paper, photographs, textiles and glass. Maisie Crosbie, Jozef Glogowski, Sandy Kinnaird, May McCarroll, John McMillan and Susan Pate are among the featured artists.


11 Mitchell Lane, 221 6362. Mon, Wed, Fri & Sat 10.30am—6pm; Tue llam—6pm; Thu 10.30am—8pm; Sun noon—5pm.

Droog Design Until Sun 6 Aug. The internationally acclaimed Euro design agency Droog Design has its first major exhibition in the UK. The exhibition consists of objects from nine designers that have worked with Droog. Each of these objects are placed in Glasgow homes, and each householder records a video diary of the usage of the object. T-House For The City Until Sun 18 Jun. A full-scale reconstruction of a tea house. Show Your Hand - Dundee Waterfront Until Sun 11 Jun. Drawings and architectural models illustrating fifteen proposals to develop the waterfront at Dundee.


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

Milngavie Art Club Annual Exhibition Until Sat 24 Jun. Oil and watercolour paintings and ceramics by members of the Milngavie Art Club.


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. Caprice Fri 9 Jun—Wed 2 Aug. Glasgow- based artists Julie McLaughlin, Anne- Marie Copestake, Fred Pedersen, Krista Blake, Lucy Skaer, Danny Saunders and Neil Bickerton present an exhibition of drawing, sculpture, video and painting.


71 Houldsworth Street, Finnieston, 221 4799. Tue—Sat noon—6pm.

Margot Sandeman Sat lO—Sat 24 Jun. Margot Sandeman’s Sonnets series goes on display.


36 Washington Street, 221 2123. Mon—Fri 9am—6pm. Open Sat by arrangement. Cafe.

The Body Is Still A Good Read Until Fri 30 Jun. Contemporary painters Rosemary Beaton, Alison Harper, Diana Leslie, Jennifer McRae and Cathy Richmond show new work inspired by the body.


Centre For Developmental Arts, 18 Albion Street, 552 2822. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm. Universal Print Show Part III Fri 9 Jun—Fri 14 Jul. Contemporary printmaking from artists and art studios in Europe, Japan and the USA.


118 Douglas Street, 248 6386. Mon—Fri 10.30am—5pm; Sat 10.30am—1pm. Recent Paintings Sat lO—Sat 24 Jun. Paintings by Alan Connell, Jon Hunter, Calum Ross and Graeme Wilcox.


100 Renfrew Street, 332 5057. Mon—Fri 9am—4.30pm.

A Variety Of Acts Inspired By Sound And Vision Until Fri 30 Jun. Abstract

works, figurative pieces and collage work by Harry Cook.


6 Bumfield Road, Giffnock, 638 1200. Tue—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun noon—5pm and Cresswell Lane (off Byres Road), 638 1200. TuexSat Ham—5.30pm; Sun noon-5pm. Emerging Artists Partnership Two new galleries from the Emerging Artists Partnership Ltd, showcasing the work of leading art schools throughout Scotland and the UK.


26 King Street, 552 2151. Tue-Sat 10am—5.30pm.

Adesh Andrew McDermid Until Sat 10 Jun. Andrew McDermid travelled to remote areas in Northern 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 into these mystical gurus. Virtual Exiles Roshini Kempadoo Tue 20 Jun-Sat 22 Jul. Using digitally manipulated photographs and an interactive website, Roshini Kentpadoo explores the experiences of individuals who have left their country of origin to settle in another.


25 Albert Drive, 422 2023. Tue—Sun noon—8pm. Free.

Another Place Until 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 review.

Journey To The Centre Of The Universe Until 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 Until Sun 16 Jul. (Tramway Street and other sites). Glasgow School of Art 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 Until 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 Glasgow Project Room.


28 King Street, 552 4813. Tue—Sat

1 lam—5pm.

The Glamour Until Sat 24 Jun. Collaborative duo Joanne Tatham and Tom O’Sullivan transform the gallery space with an installation which comprises rubble, mirrored surfaces and strip lights. See review.


18 Albion Street, 552 2822. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm.

Living In The Margin Fri 9 Jun—Fri 14 Jul. Trongate Studios member David Appleman creates an installation for the gallery space.


This section lists museums currently showing temporary exhibitions.


Argyle Street, Kelvingrove, 287 2699. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 11am-—5pm. Cafe. Free.

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 e.

Churc ill -The Evidence Until 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 and soldiers plus photographs and possessions.


The Cross, Kirkintilloch, 578 0144. Tue—Sat 10am—1pm & 2-5pm. Free. Many Happy Returns Until Sat 10 Jun. A selection of birthday cards from the 18705—19405.

East Dumbartonshire Photography Competition Sat 17 Jun-Sat 8 Jul. An exhibition of the entries to this local photography competition.


2060 Pollokshaws Road, 287 2550. Mon—Thu & Sat 10am—5pm; Fri & Sun 11am—5pm. Free.

Wild Tigers 0f 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.


730 Great Western Road, 334 2422. Daily 11am—4 m. Free.

On The Wild ide Until Sun 1 Oct. An exhibition presented by the Glasgow Natural History Society looking at the natural history of the Botanic Gardens. Brushstrokes Sat 17—Wed 28 Jun. Paintings by ten artists who work together at the Botanic Gardens.

HOUSE FOR AN ART LOVER Bellahouston Park, 10 Dumbreck Road, 353 4773. Sun—Thu 10am—4pm; Sat 10am—3pm. £3.50 (£2.50).

Glasgow Print Studio Until Fri 30 Jun. New works by members of the Glasgow Print Studio.


Kelvin Hall, 1 Burnhouse Road, 287 2720. Mon—Sat lOam—Spm; 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 & ART GALLERIES High Street, 889 3151. Tue—Sat lOam—Spm; Sun 2—5pm. Free.

John Byrne@60: The Unsolved Artists Sat 17 Jun—Sun 1 Oct.A major retrospective of the work of one of Paisley’s most famous sons, the artist, designer, writer and director (The Slab Boys, Tutti Frutti) John Byrne. To coincide with Byrne’s 60th birthday, the display features album covers and his portraits of celebrities. A programme of events is on offer, check out the website wwwjohnbyrneat60.com


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 (Pumphousc 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

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The best exhibitions this fortnight

NlightN Bright lights and dimmer switches in a show of light-based works by a host of artists including Chad McCall and Roddy Mathieson. Edinburgh: New Street Exhibition Space until Sat 17 Jun.

Colour Me Blind Painting in the age of computer games and comics by fourteen artists including Fiona Rae and Paul Morrison. Dundee: Dundee Contemporary Arts until Sat 22 Jul.

Another Place After a two-year closure for a major refurbishment, Tramway, Glasgow’s famed arts venue, reopens with a group show with work by Alan Currall, Mike Nelson, Graham Gussin and others. Other art exhibitions include Journey To The Centre Of The Universe, the result of a Nantes/Glasgow exchange. See review. Glasgow: Tramway until Sun 16 Jul.

Weegee Photographs by the famed New Yorker who spent his nights cruising around New York searching for the latest crime. See feature page 28. Edinburgh: Stills Gallery Tue 20 Jun—Sat 5 Aug.

Tunnel A hi-tech son et lumiere takes hold of Glasgow’s Clyde Cycle Tunnel. All white walls bathed in coloured light and a sonic landscape of curious sounds. See review. Glasgow: Clyde Cycle Tunnel until Sun 78 Jun.

Andrew McDermid Stirring photographs of sadhus, India’s Hindu holy men, by Glasgow photographer, McDermid. Glasgow: Street Level until Sat 10 Jun.

Droog Design Glasgow families show video recordings of their time with objects designed by the Euro agency, Droog Design. A case of design having to work. Glasgow: The Lighthouse until Sun 6 Aug.

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.

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