Exhibitions are listed alphabetically b cit and category, then

alpha etically by venue. Please send details to our office at least ten days before publication. Art listings compiled by Helen Monaghan.



36 Kely ingroy e Strcct. 56-1 52llll.

Mon Tliti l lam l lpin; l’ri (k Sat

l lam midnight; Sun I lam llpm. Rankin t'ntil Sat 3 Feb. To accompany a major exhibition of celebrity photographs at Street l.e\el Gallery. the Glasgow —born photographer Rankin sliow s a selection of Works from his new book (t’lr’lil'tlrlllml. See also Street l.c\ cl gallery.


30 Midland Street. 32l ~1lltll. Daily lllam midnight.

Satellite 1 t'ntil Wed 3| Jan. Alter malor rcfurbishment. The Arches reopens with a new exhibition space with the aim of providing a platform for tip-and- coming artists. The inaugural exhibition is a show of mixed media works by Satellite Studios featuring artists Sinclair Neeson. Sally ('hapman. (‘ath Whippcy. David (iriflin. ('hris Wallace and Karen Dickson. See review.


l‘) Parnie Street. 552 777‘). Mon Sal noon 5pm.

Mixed Show l'ntil Mon 2‘) Jan. Mixed media works including paintings (many under L'lllll). ceramics. jewellery and sculpture.


Regent llotlse. l l.3 \Vest Regent Street. 226 54l3. Mon Fri ltlam 5pm. Sat by appointtnent.

Glasgow Style t'ntil Wed 23 ten. An exhibition of work by Annie l‘rcnch. (’harles Rennie Mackintosh. 'l‘alw in Morris and contemporary artists Norman lidgar. Norman Kirkman and W.J. Maskell.


I34 Bly'tllsyyood Street. 332 4027. Mon Fri 0.30am 5.30pm; Sat Illam-r lpm.

Mixed Exhibition t'ntil Wed 3] Jan. (‘ontemporary Scottish paintings. jewellery and applied arts.


24-Hour Viewing Window. 264 High Street. 572 (not.

Road Works 4-12 l‘ri l‘) Jan~Stm 25 Mar. (mated by Nicola Atkinson Griffith and llolgar Mohaupt. an exhibition of

\ ideo works from around the globe by fiye artists. shown in three phases.


3(i() Great Western Road. 334 Still-I.

Mon Wed Sam Spin; Thu Sat

()am at lpm; Sun lllam» ltlpm. Valentine's Exhibition t'niil Sun 4 Mar. Mixed media works based on the theme ol\'alentine's Day by local artists and students from Glasgow School of Art.


ll) King Street. 553 ()733. Mon~Sat l().3()am- midnight; Sun I -l lpm. Junction 19 - Adventures In The City t'ntil Fri 2 Feb. Nicky Gill and Peter Murray explore the colours. shapes and textures of the cityscape in this new exhibition of work.


370 Sauchiehall Street. 333 752 l. Mon~Sat l()am—-5pm; Sun I lam-5pm. Neal Beggs (‘ilasgow--h-.ised artist Neal Beggs has created an installation for the entrance corridor space at the venue. consisting of two large blocks of text on the corridor walls. ()ne wall lists the 28-1 Scottish Munros (mountains over 3()()()ft)

while opposite Is a list of the 30-1 multi- storey tow cr blocks built in Glasgow between the l‘)5()s and the lt)7()s.


36 West George Street. 332 555 l. Mon—Sat lllam— 5.30pm; Sun noon 75pm. Mixed Exhibition A changing selection of limited edition prints.


t'niyersity of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 552 44TH) ext 2632. Mon~l5ri lllain -5pm; Sat noonclpm. Watermarks t'niil Sat 3 Feb. John Murray and John K. McGregor's llirli'rmurks. is a series of allegorical photographs and poems. t'sing the Riy er Tex iot as a metaphor for themes of loy e. loss and renewal. McGregor's moody black and white close-ups capture every ripple. tindulation. swell and movement of the river. perfectly complemented by Murray 's thotight-provoking poems. Land-Fall l'ntil Sat 3 Feb. A series of colour photographs by Barry Fielder inspired by the rural and urban landscape.


I78 \Vest Regent Street. 22l ()37().

Mon Sat Illam 5.30pm.

Mixed Show l'ntil Wed 3] Jan. Drawings. paintings. sculpture. ceramics and jewellery.


22l \Vest George Street. 343 9755.

Mon ~l‘ri l()am 5.30pm; Sat l()am 2pm. Scottish Paintings t'niil Sat l() Feb. Scottish paintings from ISSt) to present day including works by Mc'l'aggart. Paterson and Bellany.


(it) ('andleriggs. Merchant (‘ity Square. For further information email

mauro berettam hotmailcom

Vamps 8: Sex In The Dark City t'ntil Wed 3| Jan. Art works and photography by Mauro M. Beretto and Tonimaso Perillo.


Queen Street. 22‘) 19%. Mon Thu & Sat 10am 5pm; Fri & Sun I lam 5pm. Fernando Arias t'ntil Sun 28 Jan. Working in mediums of installations. video and performance. (‘olombian artist Fernando Arias shows new work specially created for the gallery along with work produced over the last five years. Arias represented (‘olombia in the 1999 Venice Biennale and his work is in the collections of the V&A Museum. London; Museo de Art Modern. Rio de Janeiro: Mttseo de Arte Moderno. Bogota; and the t'niversity of lissex. lain Passmore and Louise Shambrook tintil Sun 28 Jan. (‘urated by Alice Angus. two artists create work for the city‘s (ilasgay celebrations. Passmore works in lens-based media. combining photography and text to explore themes of place. time and identity and Shambrook questions how gay information is interpreted by the media.

Shrine To The Self t'niil Sun 28 Jan. Organised by Glasgayl. six Glasgow- based gay and lesbian artists created work during a series of workshops with the artist llilde Ash. Participants explored their feelings on subjects such as gender. sexuality. identity and the physical sell.


Rouken Glen Road. 620 ()235. Wed—Sun 1.30-5.30 )in.

Mixed Ex ibition t'ntil Wed 3l Jan. A mixed show of work by gallery artists.


HS West Regent Street. 221 3095. Mon—Sat 9.3(Jam—5.3()pm.

The Winter Collection t'niil Wed 3| Jan. A seasonal display of paintings featuring work by Hunter. Fergtisson. James Kay. Joan Iiardley‘. Andrew Walker. Heather Nevey. Lesley Banks. James Paterson and many more.


(‘afe Cosmo. l3 Rose Street. 553 6535. Mon—Sat lt).3l)am—‘)pm.

Glasgow Connections t'niil Wed 31 Jan. With a wealth of cartoonists working in Scotland today. an exhibition of «I, .' original cartoons on the theme of Scotland. film and music.


22 ck 25 King Street. 552 070-1. Tue—Sat loam—5.30pm.

The Archive Show Sat 27 Jan— Sat 24 Mar. An archive show of prints featuring works by Flt/abeth Blackadder. Peter How son. Adrian Wis/niew ski and Ken (‘urrie.

THE GLASGOW PROJECT ROOM (Formerly Glasgow Independent Sttidio). Top Floor. ()4 ()sbourne Street. 552 l-l72. Tue—Sat 2 7 6pm.

hell is fair Tue 23 Jan—Sat 3 Feb. New work by Julian Kildare. Fred Pederson and Stuart Gurden.


Ground Floor. Princes Square. Buchanan Street. 221 Slo2. Mon— Sat l()am-<6pm: Sun I lam—5pm.

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



167 Renfrew Street. 353 4500. Mon-Fri <).3()am~-Xpm; Sat l()am-—5pm; Sun


Timothy Emlyn Jones - The Elements Of Drawing L'niil Sat 27 Jan (Mackintosh Gallery). Drawings in a variety of media by Timothy limlyn Jones. deputy director of Glasgow School of Art.

Graphic Authorship tintil Fri 2 Feb (Atrium Gallery). An exhibition of work by a group of graphic designers including staff from the Department of Graphic Arts in Liverpool.

Ral Veroni: Artist's Books Until Sat 10 Feb (Mackintosh Library). A collection of artist‘s books by the Argentine painter. printmaker and environmental artist Ral Veroni. (‘reated over a period of ten years. the exhibition documents the progression of Veroni‘s work and features his latest publication Luv/ta l’nr La Vida (Struggle For Life). on show for the first time in the UK.

Third Year Painting Department Exhibition Mon 22 Jan—Tue () Feb (Newbery Gallery). Recent work by third year students.


University of Glasgow. 82 Hillhead Street. 3305-13]. Mon—Sat 9.3(Jam—5pm. Free.

Whistler And Holland Until Sat 27 Jan (lixhibition Gallery). The Dutch landscape inspired some of James McNeil 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.

Nono Reinhold - The Stairs Until Sat 27 Jan (Picture Gallery). A series of ten etchings inspired by staircases from the Dutch artist.

Putting Pen To Paper L'ntil Sat to Feb (Mackintosh House Gallery). The illustration and graphic design work of Aubrey Beardsley (18724898) is on display along with the work of other artists of the period.


l8 King Street. 552 2540. Tue—Sun noon—6pm.

lconograph-e L'niil Sat 3 Feb. Glasgow artist Joslin Towler creates a digital animation of collaged real-time video with stills along with 30 framed collages which incorporates human body scans. drawings. photography and real time video.

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Sigmar Polke: Music Of Unclear Origin Over 40 gouaches Created in 1996 by one of Germany’s kookiest painters, Sigmar Polke, go on show for the first time. National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, until Sun 78 Mar.

Stanley Kubrick Still Moving Pictures 1945-1950 Kubrick was one of the world’s greatest film directors, but he was also an accomplished photographer. Edinburgh hosts the only UK showmg of these stunning photographers taken for New York's Look magazine. Inver/eith House, Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh, Sat 27 Jan-Sun 7 Apr See feature.

CeleBritation Glasgow-born photographer Rankin launches his UK tour of celebrity portraits. Famous faces include Madonna, Robbie Williams and Damien Hirst to name but a few. Street Level, Glasgow, until Sun 4 Feb.

Then there is no mountain then there is Housed in one of Scotland’s most interesting artist-led spaces, this group show of mixed media works is curated by Paul Carter and Kate Gray and features an exCiting line-up of artists including Chad McCail, Alan Currall, Joanne Tatham and Tom O'Sullivan. Generator Projects, Dundee, until Sun 4 Feb.

Watermarks Inspired by the River Tevrot, allegorical black and white photographs by John K. McGregor and thought-provoking poems by John Murray. Col/ins Gallery, University of Strathc/yde, Glasgow, until Sat 3 Feb. Roderick Buchanan Players The Glasgow-born artist and recent Beck’s Futures Winner gets his first major solo Exhibition. Bringing together a substantial collection of his sports- based art, the show offers Viewers 3 unique lnS|ght into one of Scotland‘s finest contemporary artists. Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee, until Sun 4 Feb.

The Scottish Colourists Christened the 'Colourists’ due to their unashamedly bold use of pure colour, the last chance to see the work of Fergusson, Cadell, Hunter and Peploe. Dean Gallery, Edinburgh, until Sun 28 Jan.

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