Exhibitions are listed alphabetically by city and category, then alphabetically by venue. Please send details to our our offices at least ten days before publication. Art listings compiled by Helen Monaghan.

Glasgow Galleries


25.3 Argyle Street. ()9()l ()22 0300. Dain lflaiii midnight.

0 Jamie Reid: Peace ls Tough Tim I Sun lX Mar. A touring exhibition of works by the graphic artist Jamie Reid. best known for his pioneering work for the punk band the Sex Pistols. Reid was behind the famous photograph of the Queen defaced by blackmail style letter- ing and a safety pin through the lip reproduced on the posters. ads and sleeves for the Sex l’istols' single ‘(iod Save The ()ueen.‘ ()n show are recent works including slides and video of archive works for the Pistols pltis works by graffiti artist Banksy. I’ur! U/f'illllt‘l. Sec llitlist. NEW SHOW.

Brit Art/Shit Art Sat .3 Mar. 2pm. i l. Jamie Reid gives a presentation/talk about his work which includes graphic works for the Sex Pistols. Suburban Press. protest art and the ten-year Strongrooiii Studios project. I’m! of I‘llllt'l.

Satellite 3 Sat 3 Wed 28 Mar. The last in a series ofexhibitions from Satellite Sttidios featuring paintings by ten Glasgow-based artists including David .\’lc(ieorge. Barbara llodge. ('lat'e (‘riiies. fimiiia Neilsoii. llenry Guy and David Caldwell.

Addictive TV .\’lon 5 Mar.

8pm midnight. £5. A selection of short films and V'Js with an electronic music slant featuring Aphex Twin videos. a live audio-visual set from Neo-l‘ropic (Ninja 'l‘unel and more. Part o/‘l’iinr'l.

Project Dark ‘Disc Continued . . .’ 'l'ue o Mar. 9 l lpm. A programme of experimental and electronic music and videos accompanied by Project Dark’s live show of 3D effects and dynamic use of mixing. samplers and other weirdness. I’ur! (if/"liner.


l9 Parnie Street. 552 7779. .‘vlon— Sat noon 5pm.

Scape Fri 2 Mon 26 Mar. Land. sea and cityscapes by new and regular artists including James .‘ychulay. Chris Bibby and 'l‘om lilliot.

BARCLAY LENNIE FINE ART Regent llotise. l l3 West Regent Street. 22o 54 l 3. Mon- Fri l()am -5pm. Sat by appointntenl.

Glasgow Style l'ntil Fri 3() Mar. An exhibition of work by Annie French. Charles Rennie Mackintosh. 'l‘alwin Morris and contemporary artists Norman lidgar. Norman Kirkman and W.J. Maskell.

ROGER BILLCLIFFE FINE ART l3-l Blythswood Street. 332 4027.

Mon Fri 9.30am-5.3()pm: Sat

lliam r lpm.

Quartets Sat 3 Tue 27 Mar. Gallery artists submit fotir paintings each for this group exhibition.

EM Jewellery Sat Tue 27 Mar. Contemporary jewellery.

Lorna Graves Sat 3-'l‘tie 27 Mar. New ceramics.


24-Hour Viewing Window. 264 High Street. 572 ()lol.

Road Works l'iitil Fri 30 Mar. A series of video works featuring Stuart Gurden's 1.4m- Sung (until 13 Mar) which documents the artist's encounter with a wild rat and Matt l-lulse shows The I’ers‘ixrcnl ll'ui'r' ( l4—-3() Mar) which looks at happiness.


360 Great Western Road. 334 889-1. Mon—Wed 3am~8pmz Thu~Sat

9am—l lpm; Sun lfiam—Ifipm.

Sugar And Spice With All Things Nice l'ntil Sun 4 Mar. Mixed media works based on the theme of Valentine‘s Day by local artists and students front (ilasgow School of Art.

CAFE COSSACHOK GALLERY If) King Street. 553 0733. Mon-Sat l(i.3fiam~midnightz Sun l—l lpm. Georgian Connections l'mil Wed l-l Mar. Wood. oil. watercolour and currency notes by David Kapiashvili. Visual Diary 'I‘hu l5 Mar 3l‘hu l2 Apr. Maria 'l‘.K. Johansen explores the relationship between subject. object and image in this solo show of work.

CCA AT MCLELLAN GALLERIES 270 Sauchiehall Street. 332 752 l. Mon—Sat loam-~5me Sun I lam 75pm. Neal Beggs Glasgow-based 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 3l)()()ftl while opposite is a list of the 30-1 multi- storey tower blocks built in Glasgow between the l95()s and the l97()s.


36 West George Street. 332 555 l.

Mon Sat Iliam 5.30pm; Sun noon-95pm.

Glasgow Reflections tfiitil Thu 15 Mar. Paintings by John Boyd.


[Tniversity of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 552 4400 ext 2682. Mon Fri ll)am---5pm; Sat noon «4pm.

Get Real: Romanticism And New Landscapes ln Art l'niil Sat 24 Mar. ()rganised and toured by Art Sway. this exhibition look at the influence of historical movements

including Romanticism on contemporary

craftmakers. Featured artists include Polly Binns. lileri Mills. Pawel Grunert. James Campbell. lilizabeth Raeburn. Ronald Pennell and Sasha Ward.


I78 West Regent Street. 22! 6370. Mon—Sat l()am~5.3()pm.

Mixed Exhibition 'l‘hii l—Sat 3! Mar. A focus on drawing with a selection of contemporary art.


93—95 llyndland Street. 357 3868. Glasgow Southern Arts Club Fri 2~.Vlon l2 Mar. Paintings by members of the Glasgow Southern Arts Club. a long established society of amateur painters.

EWAN MUNDY FINE ART 221 West George Street. 248 9755.

Mon—Fri loam—5.30pm; Sat 10am—2pm.

Glasgow Boys And Glasgow Girls L'ntil Sat 10 Mar. Paintings by George Henry. James Paterson. D.Y. Cameron. Alexander Roche. lileanor Allen Robertson and many more. Scottish Paintings Mon l2—Sat 31 Mar. A selection of Scottish paintings by William Mc'l‘aggart. the Scottish (‘olourists and the Glasgow School.

GALLERY OF MODERN ART Queen Street. 229 I996. Mon—Thu & Sat 10am—5pm; Fri & Sun l lam—5pm. ()ne of Glasgow's newest galleries. with four thematic floors based on the elements: earth. air. fire and water. Featured artists include Howson. Hockney. Campbell. Bellany and Byrne. GATEHOUSE GALLERY

Rouken Glen Road. 620 ()235. Wed—Sun l.3()—5.3()pm.

Ethel Walker Sat 10—Sat 31 Mar. New paintings by this well-established Scottish artist.


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CYRIL GERBER FINE ART 1-18 West Regent Street. 22l 3095. Mon— Sat 9.30am 5.30pm.

Lesley Banks: Arlington Revisited l'ntil Fri in Mar. Lesley Banks returns to Arlington Baths to create a new series of paintings.

GLASGOW FILM THEATRE Cafe Cosmo. l2 Rose Street‘ 332 6535. Mott Sat l().3()am» 9pm.

John Paterson 'l‘hu l--Sat 3i Mar. 3' An exhibition of work by the late John ' ' Paterson. a former GSA art student (I979: l9S-ll.

David Bailey: Birth Of The Cool From London's tough East End. DaVId Bailey went on to become Britain's DCSl-ls’llOWli photographer. Concentrating on the early years of his career frorn 1957—1969. the exhibition features his ground-breaking fashion shots and his portraits of (308 icons including Michael Caiiie. Mick Jagger and the Kray Twins. See review. Dean Gallery; Edinburgh, unti/ Sun 22 Apr.

Josef Breitenbach Edinburgh gets the first British showing of rarely seen portraits of famous artists and writers snapped by German American photographer .Josef Breitenbach in the 308. National Portrait Gallery Edinburgh. Fri 1) Mar—Sun 3 Jun.

Narcissus: 'l'lNentieth Century Self-Portraits Watching the artists watch themselves an impressive collection of 20th century self- portraits by Scottish artists including Douglas Gordon. Jenny SaVille. Peter Howson. Anne Redpath and Calum Colvin, National Portrait Gallery Edinburgh, until Sun l Apr.

Jamie Reid The graphic artist behind the famous image of the Queen with a safety pin through her lip for the Sex Pistols' single 'God Save The Queen' kicks off Funct with an exhibition of recent and archive works. Arches. Glasgow. Thu l—Sun 78 Mar.

Wendy Ewald: Secret Games - Collaborative Works With Children 1969-1999 A retrospective exhibition of work by American photographer Wendy Ewald. who for 30 years has been working with children, allowing them to take the photographs themselves. Stills, Edinburgh, until Sat 77 Mar. Street Level Open Street Level's fourth annual open exhibition of lens-based art featuring the work of Kathleen Little. Stephen Healy, Rat Veroni and Virginia Brunnert. Street Level, Glasgow, until Sat 24 Mar. Mirror’s Edge Glasgow‘s Tramway is the only UK venue to host this ., HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY major touring exhibition of x‘ L'niversity of Glasgow. 82 Hillhead contemporary art by 26 '7 Street. 330 543 l. Mon—Sat 9.30am—5pm. jnternanonally established artists iiéiiid Wilkie [Intil Mon to Apr. Curated by OkWU' EW’eSO" "‘9 , Etchings and drawings by Sir David Show features the 1999 Turner Prlze winner Steve McQueen, Hiroshi

Wilkie ( l785—l8-ll ) including the gallery‘s latest acquisition. an oil portrait Sugimoto' Ceal Floyer‘ Thomas


22 & 25 King Street. 552 070-1. 'l'uc Sat 10am 5.30pm.

The Archive Show l'ntil Sat 24 Mar. An archive show of prints featuring works by Elizabeth Blackadder. Peter llowson. Adrian Wis/niewski and Ken Currie.

THE GLASGOW PROJECT ROOM 'l’op Floor. ()4 ()sbourne Street. 552 l-l72. 'l‘ue Sat 2 6pm.

Maria Doyle and Maire Cregan L'ntil Sat 3 Mar. Drawings and paintings. Sophie Macpherson Dates to be confirmed. New work.

THE GLASGOW ROOM Ground Floor. Princes Square. Buchanan »; Street. 22] Xlo2. .Vlon— Sat Itiamvopm; ' Sun llam 5pm.

New Artists A varied selection of

work by up-and-coming artists featuring sculpture. textile design. paintings and


167 Renfrew Street. 353 4500. Mon -Fri 9.30am 8pm; Sat l(litlli~5pl‘lil Sun

1 4pm.

Sculpture Department Exhibition 'l‘hu l—l-‘ri 9 Mar (Newbery Gallery). Sculptural works in mixed media by students on the course.

Hitec Lotec [Intil Sun I Apr (Atrium (iallery). A Crafts for Now Consortium touring exhibition which looks at the links between craft and industry. focusing on the way in which designers and makers are developing new materials. Muthesius In India The () Mar-l-‘ri (w Apr (Mackintosh Gallery). A photographic exhibition documenting the work of lickart Muthesius in lndia. who was commissioned by the Maharajah of Indore to btiild a multi-funetional house. Architects. artists and designers who contributed to the project included Charlotte Perriand. liileen Gray. Marcel Breuer and le Corbusier.

Fine Art Photography Department Exhibition Thu l5—Fri 23 Mar (Newbery Gallery). Recent work by students of the Fine Art Photography department.


3 Park Circus. 332 2555. Mon—Thu l()am-7pm; Fri-Sat lliam—lpm.

Thirty Years Of German Dance Theatre Until Wed 21 Mar. ()ver 5() images from some of the most innovative productions of German dance theatre over the last 3() years. complemented by a video film charting the history of dance theatre in Germany. Featured ‘3 choreographers include Pina Bausch and William Forsythe. 5

(Sflii'hDaSichiiliile) At The Demand and FranCis Alys. See Hunterian Wed l4 Mar. lpm. Free. DreVlQW- Tramway Glasgow F” 2 Curator Anne Dulau gives a ten minute Mar—Sun 15 Apr 2' talk on the David Wilkie {a exhibition. P a... .. _

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