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GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO
22 & 25 King Street. 552 070-1. Tue—Sat l0am—5.30pm.
The Archive Show Until Sat 24 Mar. An archive show of prints featuring works by Elizabeth Blackadder. Peter Howson. Adrian Wiszniewski and Ken Currie. THE GLASGOW PROJECT ROOM Top Floor. 64 Osbourne Street. 552 I472. Tue—Sat 2—6pm.
Sophie Macpherson Sat l7—Sat 31 Mar. New work.
THE GLASGOW ROOM Ground Floor, Princes Square. Buchanan Street. 22] 8I62. Mon-Sat 10am—6pm; Sun I lam—5pm.
New Artists A varied selection of work by up-and-coming artists featuring sculpture. textile design. paintings and jewellery.
GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART
167 Renfrew Street, 353 4500. Mon—Fri 9.30am—8pm: Sat l0am—5pm: Sun l~4pm.
Hitec Lotec Until Sun 1 Apr (Atrium Gallery). 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. Hitec Lotec Conference Fri I6 Mar. 9.30am—5pm. £80 (£40). In collaboration with the Lighthouse and a three-year Lottery-funded project which explores the relationship between industry and craft through the use of new technology and materials. this one-day conference aims to provide a forum for spreading ideas of current practice and developments.
Eckart Muthesius In India
(1930-39) Until Fri 6 Apr (Mackintosh
Gallery). A photographic exhibition documenting the work of Eckart Muthesius in India, who was commissioned by the Maharajah of Indore to build a multi-functional house. Architects. artists and designers who contributed to the project included Charlotte Perriand. Eileen Gray. Marcel Breuer and le Corbusier. Photography 2001 Fri 16-Fri 23 Mar (Newbery Gallery). Recent work by 2nd year Fine Art Photography students.
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Michael McGraw explores the urban landscape at Market
GOETHE INSTITUT 3 Park Circus. 332 2555. Mon-Thu 10am—7pm; Fri—Sat I ()am— I pm.
Thirty Years Of German Dance Theatre Until Wed 21 Mar. Over 50 images from some of the most innovative productions of German dance theatre over the last 30 years. complemented by a video film charting the history of dance theatre in Germany. Featured choreographers include Pina Bausch and William Forsythe.
Absent Myths Fri 23 Mar—Thu l2 Apr. An installation and photographs by Holger Mohaupt taken at the Ferrari factory in Maranello. Italy.
HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY University of Glasgow. 82 Hillhead Street. 330 543 l. Mon—Sat 9.30am—5pm. Free. David Wilkie Until Mon I6 Apr. Etchings and drawings by Sir David Wilkie (1785—1841 ) including the gallery's latest acquisition. an oil portrait of the Nursey family.
Sir David WIIkIe At The Hunterian Wed 28 Mar. lpm. Curator Anne Dulau gives a ten-minute talk on the David Wilkie exhibition.
Tabloid Culture: The Popular Print In England 1500-1850 L'ntil Sat 3| Mar. A touring show of over I00 rare prints produced from the |6th to the l9th century. which served as the tabloid newspapers of their day, ranging in subject matter frorn sex. war. politics and royalty.
Tabloid Culture Talks Wed 21 Mar. lpm. Free. Curator Peter Black talks about the Tabloid Culture exhibition. currently on show in the gallery.
The Howarth Gift L’ntil Wed 9 May. A commemorative selection of work by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and his contemporaries. donated by Dr Thomas Howath (1914—2000). a leading scholar and collector.
18 King Street. 552 2540. Tue—Sun noon-6pm.
The Precautionary Principle Until Sat 31 Mar. Judy Spark looks at how unseen environmental factors affect our well-being. focusing primarily on the mobile phone revolution. The exhibition fortns part of research carried out by Spark and features a contour map of
Glasgow vvhich reveal the locations of every mobile phone installation vv ithin the city.
JOHN GREEN FINE ART
I82 Bath Street. 333 IWI. Mon—Fri l0.30am—5pm; Sat l0.3(lam-lpm.
A Winter Selection .-\ changing selection of traditional and contemporary paintings including works by Ii..-\. Walton. Carlo Rossi. John Bellany. John Houston. William Miller Frazer and Sir Williatn MacTaggart.
2 Sinclair Drive. 632 08H). Mon at Tue l0am—8pm‘. Wed 10am—5pm; Thu noon-8pm: Fri—Sat ‘)arn~ 5pm. Stewart Shaw t'ntil Sat 3| Mar. Photographer Stewart Sltaw captures the changing moods of Glasgow's Queen's Park in art exhibition of black and white photographs.
ll Mitchell Lane. 221 6362. Mon. Wed. Fri & Sat l().30am—6pm; Tue I lain-6pm; Thu l0.30am—8pm: Sun noon—5pm. L‘I (includes entry to all exhibitions). Dundee By Design t'ntil Sun 25 Mar (Review Gallery). The winning competition entries of the Dundee by Design Awards 2000. an organisation which promotes the economic benefits of all aspects of design.
Design For An Ideal World t'ntil Wed 4 Apr (Young Designers Gallery i. Fottrth year students of the Visual Communications Course at Glasgow School of Art were set a brief to design a fatnin of identities for Glasgow-based TV company Ideal World. Para-sites/City Of Small Things L'ntil Sun 8 Apr (Gallery Four). An exhibition examining the architectural possibilities for locations that are on the peripheries ofcities including industrial wastelands. shanty towns and unttscd sites. Moth L'ntil Wed 4 Apr. Artist and designer Russell Mills has created a new version of his celebrated Moth light sculpture for the Lighthouse. I’irs‘t devised in l‘)86 by Mills and Brian lino to complement an ambient music gig An ()pa/ Iii-wring. the crystal-like. ever- changing sculpture and accompanying multi-CI) was commissioned for the annual design conference. Convergence. LILLIE ART GALLERY
Station Road. Milngavie. 578 88-17. Tue—Fri l0am—lpm. 2—5pni; Sat & Sun 2—5pni
Bearsden Art Club Until Sat 24 Mar. Annual show of over 200 oil and watercolour paintings by various artists.
LLOYD JEROME GALLERY
200 Bath Street. 331 0722. Tue—Sat 9am—6pm.
Pippo Sat I7 Mar~Thu 3 May. Glasgow- based painters Samantha Murray. Julie Scott. Jenny ()‘Boyle and Victoria Morton (who recently had a sell otit show at Sadie Coles HQ in London) show new work expressing their personal approaches to abstract painting. NEW SHOW.
7l Houldsworth Street. I‘innieston. 221 479‘). Tue—«Sat noon—0pm.
Lift Off Until Wed 2] Mar. An exhibition of work by 2nd year printmaking students from Glasgow School of Art.
322 Duke Street. 556 6569 ext 2 l 2. Tue—Sat I lam—5pm.
80 Second Interlude Sat 17 Mar—Sat I-l Apr. The first in a series of two projects which explore aspects of the contemporary urban landscape. In a solo show of work by Michael McGraw. the artist presents work based in New York offering a birds eye view of urban intersections and a commissioned piece by Market inﬂuenced by urban surveillance. NEW SHOW.
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Mirror’s Edge At last. an exhibition to comfortably fill the immense gallery space of Tramway. Okwur Enwesor curates this major touring show of contemporary art by 26 internationally established artists including 1999 Turner Prize Winner Steve McQueen, Hiroshr Sugimoto. Ceal Floyer. Thomas Demand and Francis Alys. See review. Tramway. Glasgow, until Sun 75 Apr.
David Bailey: Birth Of The Cool From London's tough East End. David Bailey went on to become Britain‘s best-known photographer. Concentrating on the early years of his career from 1957—1969. the exhibition features his ground-breaking fashion shots and his portraits of 603 icons including Michael Caine. Mick Jagger and the Kray Twins. Dean Gallery, Edinburgh, unti/ Sun 22 Apr.
Josef Breitenbach Edinburgh gets the first British showing of rarely seen portraits of famous artists and writers. including Brecht. Joyce and Max Ernst. snapped by German-American photographer Josef Breitenbach in the 19308. See review. National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, until Sun 3 Jun.
Narcissus: “twentieth 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 7 Apr. Street Level Open Last chance to see Street Level's fourth annual open exhibition of lens-based art featuring the work of Kathleen Little, Stephen Healy, Ral Veroni and Virginia Brunnert. Street Level, Glasgow, until Sat 24 Mar.
Blue Skies New commissions in new media by artists based in Scotland including Colin Andrews. Catriona Grant, artists collective e@t and Beverley Hood. See ; preview. Stills, Edinburgh, Fri 23 Mar—Sat 28 Apr. i
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