Exhibitions are listed alphabetically by city 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.



l9 Parnie Street, 552 7779. Mon—Sat noon—5pm.

The Bigger Picture Until Sat 22 Jul. Large-scale paintings by Bryan Evans, Graeme Sharp, Jamie O’Dea, Judith I. Bridgland, Alan King, Peter Nardini and Mary Batchelor.

The Summer Show Fri 28 Jul—Tue 29 Aug. Summer landscape paintings of France by David Marshall, Peter Nardini and Brian Evans.


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

Glasgow Style Until Sat 30 Sep. An exhibition of work by Annie French, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Talwin Morris and contemporary artists Norman Edgar, Norman Kirkman and W.J. Maskell.


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

Advanced Graphics Until Tue 22 Aug. London-based gallery Advanced Graphics present an exhibition of prints including work by Ray Richardson, Craigie Aitchison and Anthony Frost. Andrew Hill Until Tue 22 Aug. Ceramics.

Susan Barr and Teena Kim Ramsay Until Tue 22 Aug. Contemporary jewellery.


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The work of Jo Arksey from Dash Group, Alloa and Day Unit, Clackmannan County Hospital is on show at Project Ability

Cultural Relations, Stuttgart and Berlin, an exhibition of drawings and prints by the German Worspswede group. Renowned for landscapes which represented the late romantic period of their time, the group included Paula Modersohn-Becker whose work was influenced by Cezanne, Van Gogh and Gaughan.


24 Hour Viewing Window, 264 High Street, 572 (1161.

See You On The Other Side Until Sat 5 Aug. Glasgow-based artist Scott Myles presents new work for the Bulkhead’s viewing window. He recently exhibited in Tonight at the Modern Institute and organised Film Club, a series of short films screened in his flat.


360 Great Western Road, 334 8894. Mon—Wed 9am—7pm; Thu—Sun

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Summer Showers Until Thu 31 Aug. Small works by Glasgow School ofArt students and local artists.


10 King Street, 553 0733. Mon—Sat 10.30am—midnight; Sun Ipm-I 1am. Russian Connections Maxim Demidov Until Sat 19 Aug. Watercolour paintings by Russian artist Maxim Demidov exploring themes of children and jazz.


270 Sauchiehall Street, 332 7521. Mon—Sat l0am-5pm; Sun I lam—5pm. Neal Beggs Glasgow-based artist Neal Beggs Itas created an 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 1950s and the l970s.


University of Strathclyde, 22 Richmond Street, 552 4400 ext 2682. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sat noon—4pm.

Paula Modersohn To Becker And The Worpswede Group: Drawing And Prints (1895—1906) Until Sat 5 Aug. Organised by the Institute of Foreign

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

The New Generation Show Until Mon 31 Jul. A selection of drawings, paintings, sculpture and ceramics by artists from the Scottish art colleges.


221 West George Street, 248 9755. Mon-Fri 10am—5.30pm; Sat 10am—2pm. Scottish Paintings Until Thu 31 Aug. A selection of paintings, watercolours, drawings, etchings and sculpture by 19th and 20th century Scottish artists and contemporary artists.


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

New Paintings 1998-2000 Tue 25 Jul-Sat 19 Aug. New paintings exploring the human form by Stephen Walker.


Queen Street, 229 1996. Mon—Thu 61: Sat 10am—5pm; Fri—Sun l 1am—5pm. Artism 2000 Until Sat 22 Jul. A major exhibition organised by the Scottish Society for Autistic Children in partnership with Autismo Burgos featuring over 134 artworks by autistic children and adults front all over Europe. Showing alongside the exhibition are new artworks created by children who attended a workshop at Glasgow's Project Ability as well as work by Peter

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Photo-Discovery@GOMA Until Fri 21 Jul. Resulting front workshops at Street Level Gallery, schoolchildren front Glasgow create a fingerprint wall mural for the gallery space. Also on show is a 6ft, 20 image sequence camera which allows members of the public to view the streetsca e that the gallery overlooks. Infinitu e Until Sun 22 Oct. (‘reated in Collaboration with Street Level‘s Malcolnt Dixon, this exhibition looks at

the trend in new media, featuring video art, Iightworks, digital art and web-based art. The show includes the work of Dan Reeves, Dalziell & Scullion and Stephen Hurrell. See review.

Petty Crimes Fri 21 Jul—Sun 24 Sep. Exploring the nature of child’s play, an exhibition of sculpture, photographs, paintings and video with Robin Lowe, Sebastian Kusenberg and Kenny Hunter among the line-up of artists.


George Square. For further information call Grinneal, 552 2185.

1st International Sand Sculpture Festival Of The UK Until Sun 30 Jul. Artists from Canada, Denmark, England, India, Ireland, the Netherlands, Norway, Russia and Scotland collaborate to create six temporary sand sculptures in the heart of George Square, in the first ever festival of its kind. Organised by Glasgow artists group, Grinneal, who recently created a giant sculpture at the Dick Institute, Kilmarnock, the artists will interpret the theme of gods and goddess.


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

First Of The Summer Wine Until Thu 31 Aug. A season of changing paintings and drawings on a summer theme featuring works by Eardley, Hunter, Fergusson, Francis McDonald, James Paterson, Tom Shanks and many others.


Cafe Cosmo, 12 Rose Street, 332 8128. AIM After School Exhibition Until Mon 31 Jul. A chance to see the results of the AIM Projects and Lochlield Park Co- op’s After School Arts Programme which brings together pupils aged 11—14 from schools in the Iiasterhouse area of Glasgow. Working with artists in a variety of media, the group have designed a banner for the front of the People's Palace and produced an animated film.


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

Painting In Scotland Until Sat 5 Aug. Hera/t! art critic (‘lare Henry curates an exhibition of paintings, which in her view, best represents painting in Scotland in a new millennium. Her group includes

Mhairi McGregor, Annette Edgar, Alistair Wallace, Abigail McLellan, Jennifer McRae, Lennox Dunbar and Jenny Smith.

Portrait Of The Jug - David Palmer Until Sat 5 Aug. Etchings by David Palmer.

Sue Mackechnie Home Doctor Until Sat 5 Aug. A new series of prints by Sue Mackechnie inspired by the artist’s many encounters with the National Health Service.

Carla Edwards - Resin Jewellery Until Sat 5 Aug. Contemporary jewellery.


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

New Artists A varied selection of work by up-and-coming artists featuring sculpture, textile design, paintings and jewellery.


167 Renfrew Street, 353 4500. Mon—Fri 9.30am—8pm; Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 1—4pm.

Degree Show Highlights Until Fri 28 Jul. (Atrium Gallery). If you missed the degree shows, here‘s your chance to catch the cream of this year’s graduate crop.

Missionary For Art - Charles Heath Wilson 1809-1882 Fri 21 Jul—Sun 10 Sep. (Mackintosh Gallery). This exhibition looks at the life and work of Charles Heath Wilson, an architect, designer, illustrator and impresario of the arts. Wilson took up the headship of the Glasgow School ofArt itt 1849 and was a propagandist for Glasgow‘s acquisition of the McLellan Collection and the Gallery. James D. Robertson: A Retrospective View Sat 22 Jul—Fri 1 Sep. (Mackintosh Gallery). A tribute to James Robertson‘s long teaching career at Glasgow School of Art (1959—1998), featuring over 100 paintings.

HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY University of Glasgow, 82 Hillhead Street, 330 5431. Mon—Sat 9.30am—5pm. Free.

Glasgow Tea Rooms: Mackintosh And Miss Cranston Until Tue 19 Sep. An exhibition looking at the city‘s famous ‘Miss Cranston' tea rooms and the designs Mackintosh created for them.