landscape inspired some of Whistler’s finest etchings, as well as watercolours and small oils. His work is shown alongside etchings by Rembrandt, and work by his own contemporaries and followers.


24-26 Wilson Street, 552 5902. Mon-Wed & Fri 10am—6pm; Thu 10am—7pm; Sat 9.30am-5.30pm. Alessi Tea & Coffee Piazzas Thu 2—Sat 11 Nov. A chance to drool over the Alessi limited edition tea and coffee piazzas. Only 99 exquisitely designed sets have been produced, carrying a very high price tag.


New Street, 887 1010.

Just Passing Until Sun 5 Nov. Installations, sculpture, photography and video by artists Hilde Ash, Alistair Dearie, Nosheen Khwaja, Roddy McDonald and Lucy Trend. Part of Glasgay!.


Centre For Developmental Arts, 18 Albion Street, 552 2822. Mon-Fri lOam—S m.

Group how Thu 9 Nov-Fri 8 Dec. A group show of paintings by Edward Henry, Ronnie McCulloch, Robert McCamley and Sylvia McAuley.


18 King Street, 552 2540. Tue-Sun noon—6pm.

The Department Sat 11 Nov—Sat 2 Dec. To raise the profile of Satellite Studios which offers studio space, computer access and support in developing professional skills, Orbit is a programme of artist-run exhibitions taking place across Glasgow throughout November. For Intermedia Gallery, eight female visual artists examine feminity and its traditional role. Featured artists include Clara Ursitti, Sally Chapman, Anne-Marie Copestake and Claudine Hartzel.


11 Mitchell Lane, 221 6362. Mon, Wed, Fri & Sat 10.30am—6pm; Tue 11am-6pm; Thu 10.30am—8pm; Sun noon-5pm. £1 (includes entry to all exhibitions).

Ingenuity Until Sun 3 Dec. Young Product Design Engineering students in Glasgow show their visions for future transport forms.

Electric City 1 Thu 16 Nov-Sun 25 Feb. This unique exhibition looks at Glasgow’s contemporary music scene, revealing how the success of today’s bands and artists has developed and grown.


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

Glasgow Society Of Women Artists Until Sat 18 Nov. New paintings, sculpture, jewellery, prints and textiles by members of the Glasgow Society of Women Artists.


200 Bath Street, 331 0722. Tue—Sat 9am—6pm.

Central Studios Until Wed 22 Nov. Fine art, textiles and couture by artists from Central Studios; Scott Riley. Ernesto Vaz, Leslie Hepburn, Dryck Walker and Deirdre Murphy.


118 Douglas Street, 248 6386. Mon—Fri 10.30am—5pm; Sat 10.30am-lpm. Sylvia Allen Until Sat 11 Nov. Oil paintings.


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

Colour For Health Until 30 Nov. Paintings in oil, watercolour and pastels by Margaret S. Thomson.


6 Burnfield Road, Giffnock, 638 1200. Tue-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun noon-5pm; Cresswell Lane (off Byres Road), 638 1200. Tue—Sat Ham-5.30pm; Sun noon-5 m.

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.

Occupation Tue 7-Fri 10 Nov. As part of Orbit, a series of artist-run exhibitions to help raise the profile of Satellite Studios, a group show of new works in a variety of media. See also lntermedia Gallery.


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

Red Marauder Until Sun 5 Nov. Glasgow School of Art’s Master of Fine Art graduates, Ian Balch, Neal Beggs, Kevin Kelly, Alan Michael‘and Mary Redmond, create specially commissioned work as part of Tramway’s Dark Lights Commission. Pierre Joseph Thu 16 Nov, 6pm (Reading Room). The launch of a Tramway commissioned publication created by Pierre Joseph, which will be available to gallery goers throughout the duration of the ere Sa Vie festival. See preview.

This section lists museums currently showing temporary exhibitions. For details of other permanent attractions. see Glasgow City Life, page 95


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

Lewis Lyons Bequest Until Mon 20 Nov. An exhibition dedicated to the memory of Julius Lewis Lyons, a keen art collector and friend of Glasgow museums from the 1940s until his death last year. Lewis Lyons gave on long term loan to the gallery a variety of items including Scottish silver, Old Master drawings, late medieval wood carvings, Egyptian antiquities and much more.

Macmillan Cancer Relief Art Show Until Sat 11 Nov. Over 900 original paintings and sculptures by professional and amateur Scottish artists, on sale in aid of Cancer Relief. Prices range from £25 to £5000 and this year, artist Robert Kelsey has donated one of his paintings.


The Cross, Kirkintilloch, 578 0144. Tue—Sat lOam-lpm & 2—5pm. Free. Picture Postcards Of The Past Until Sat 18 Nov. An exhibition of picture postcards depicting old street scenes of Kirkintilloch and Lenzie.

Child's Play Until Sat 18 Nov. A celebration of childhood featuring a selection of toys and board games from the museum’s collection.


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

Joseph Crawhall: Animal Magic Until Sun 19 Nov. Complementing the Wild Tigers Of Bandhavgarh exhibition, a selection of works by Joseph Crawall (1861-1913), a passionate observer of animals and birds.

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

Compass Gallery Until Sat 30 Dec. A selection of contemporary works on loan from the Compass Gallery.


322 & 324 Duke Street, 550 1185. Tue-Fri noon—6pm; Sat 10am—4pm; Sun noon-4pm.

DIY Until Thu 9 Nov. DIY is a series of self-curated, developed, installed, invigilated and funded exhibitions by six emerging UK-based artists. Each artist shows work back-to-back over a month. Kevin Hutcheson will be showing Vintage Violence, an ongoing project in which he works with images and texts from crime magazines; Deborah Jackson and Steve Anderson present The Curb where each artist will perform a repetitive action, which can be viewed in the venue or from the street; Nick Evans and Simon Blackmore explore the bicycle as a model of self-sustaining mobility in Peddling Furioust Into The Future; and Rebecca Milling’s I spy sees the artist enclosed in a box while a camera films the day’s activities. See review. Orbit Mon l3-Mon 20 Nov. Forming part of a programme of artist-run exhibitions to raise the profile of Satellite Studios. Clare Crines, Sinclair Neeson, Penny Sharp and Lee Stewart show new work. See also Intermedia Gallery.


28 King Street, 552 4813. Tue-Sat 11am-5pm.

Members Show Until Sat 4 Nov. Members of the gallery are invited to submit work for this group show.


63 Trongatc, 552 4267.

Kumi Yamashita Until Sun 5 Nov. Japanese visual artist Kumi Yamashita has created two portraits of Beckett for the Beckett Time Festival. One portrait has been produced through book pages casting a shadow of Beckett’s face while the other ponrait takes Beckett’s handwriting as its medium, creating a face from his own writing.

Dialogues Of Flesh And Stone Until Sun 5 Nov. A fusion of photography and poetry as part of Glasgay! featuring photographs by Christopher Bowen and Menelas, and poetry by Derek Coyle, Pete Faulkner, Stuart Hammond, Euan McCulloch, Derek Reid and Skateboarder. Part of Glasgay.’.


18 Albion Street, 552 2822. Mon—Fri lOam-Spm.

Dreamscapes Thu 9 Nov-Thu 21 Dec. Oil paintings by Lynn McCann.


Kelvin Hall, 1 Burnhouse Road, 287 2720. Mon-Thu & Sat 10am-5pm; Fri & Sun llam-Spm. Free.

Exploring Space Until Sat l8 Nov. Everything you ever wanted to know about space comes to the Museum, on loan from the Stevenage Museum, with support from Matra Marconi Space and Hertfordshire Museums. The exhibition focuses on astronomy, space exploration, constellations, the planets and the possibility of extraterrestrial life.

PAISLEY MUSEUM 8i ART GALLERIES High Street, 889 3151. Tue—Sat lOam-Spm; Sun 2-5pm. Free. Elephant Until Sun 5 Nov. From the elephant-head god to Ganesha to Babar the Elephant, this interactive exhibition looks at the importance of the elephant in today’s environment and world cultures. Hands-on exhibits include tusks and teeth and a programme of workshops are on offer for the younger gallery visitor. Scottish Drawing Competition Until Sun 26 Nov. An exhibition of the entries to the Paisley Art Institute ’5 biennial drawing competition.

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Ala inventive artists of the post-war era, Grangemouth-born Alan Davie's 80th birthday is celebrated with an exhibition of oils, drawings and prints from the 19305 to the present day. National Gallery Of Modern Art, Edinburgh, Sat 11 Nov- Sun 14 Jan.

The Scottish Colourists Christened the 'Colourists‘ due to their unashamedly bold use of pure colour, the work of Fergusson, Cadell, Hunter and Peploe brightens up an otherwise dreary winter. Dean Gallery, Edinburgh, Sat 4 Nov—Sun 28 Jun. See preview.

Keith Thompson: Vanitas Spooky. One word that springs to mind when viewing Thompson’s virtual creations of body parts encased in glass. Edinburgh Printmakers, Edinburgh, until Sat 18 Nov. See review. Invisible Republic - Kenny Hunter Hunter dispenses with the Fisher Price colours of his earlier sculptures of Clinton and Yeltsin, favouring a more classical look. New pure white sculptures from the prominent Scottish sculptor. Glasgow Print Studio, Glasgow, until Sat 11 Nov. New Work Scotland Programme 3 The final part of a series of exhibitions showcasing the work of up-and-coming artists, featuring new work by Mike Peter, Katy Dove and Ailie Rutherford. Collective Gallery Edinburgh, until Sun 12 Nov. See review.

Fernando Arias Blood samples, a preserved umbilical cord and a coffin built entirely from Lego. New and retrospective works by one of South America’s leading artists, Fernando Arias. Gallery Of Modern Art, Glasgow, until Sun 28 Jan.

Vivre Sa Vie A veritable feast of French contemporary art is highlighted and celebrated in this multi-venue festival curated by Tanya Leighton. Various venues, Glasgow and Edinburgh, until Dec. See preview.

Expressions: Scottish Art 1976-1989 Last few days to see this major survey of Scottish art dating from 1976-1989. Featured artists include Alison Watt, John McLean, Peter Howson, Steven Campbell and Callum lnnes. Dundee Contemporary Arts and McManus Galleries, Dundee, until Sun 5 Nov.

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