CADE 2001 Digital Creativity Mon 9 Apr—Fri 4 May (Mackintosh Gallery). To compliment the CADli conference. this exhibition discusses and highlights the role of computers in art and design education. Featured artists include Alan Currall. Lindsay Perth. Roshini Ketnpadoo and Chris Rowland. GOETHE INSTITUT

3 Park Circus. 332 2555. Mon—Thu l0am—7pm; Fri—Sat 10am—1pm. Absent Myths lintil Thu 12 Apr. An installation and photographs by Holger Mohaupt taken at the Ferrari factory in Maranello. ltaly.

HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY University ofCilasgow. 82 Hillhead Street. 330 543 I. Mon—Sat 9.30ain—5pm. Free.

David WiIkie L’ntil Mon 16 Apr. litchings and drawings by Sir David Wilkie (1785—1841) including the gallery's latest acquisition. an oil portrait of the Nursey family.

Tabloid Culture: The Popular Print In England 1500-1850 Until Sat 31 Mar. A touring show of over 100 rare prints produced from the 16th to the 19th century. which served as the tabloid newspapers of their day. ranging in subject matter frotn sex. war. politics and royalty.

The Howarth Gift Until W rd 9 May. A commemorative selection of work by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and his contemporaries. donated by Dr Thomas llowartli (1914—2000). a leading scholar and collector.


18 King Street. 552 25-10. Mon--Sat noon~6pm.

The Precautionary Principle Until Sat 3l Mar. Judy Spark looks at how unseen environmental factors affect our well-being. focusing primarily on the mobile phone revolution. The exhibition forins part of research carried otit by Spark and features a contour tnap of Glasgow which reveal the locations of every mobile phone installation within the city.

Angel Dust Wed I l—Sat 28 Apr. John Beagles and Graham Ramsay collaborate with nine other artists for a group show of paintings. drawings and sculptures based on visions for the future depicting imaginary worlds. Featured artists include Jim Ward. Maureen Mackenzie. Alan Michael. Dan Wilson. Kate Daw and Stewart Russell. NEW SHOW. JOHN GREEN FINE ART 182 Bath Street. 333 1991. Mon—Fri 10.30am—5pm; Sat 10.30ain— 1pm.

A Winter Selection A changing selection of traditional and contemporary paintings including works by EA. Walton. Carlo Rossi. John Bellany. John Houston. William Miller Frazer and Sir William MacTaggart.


2 Sinclair Drive. 632 0810. Mon & Tue 10am—8pm; Wed 10am—5pm: Thu noon—8pm; Fri—Sat 9am—5pm. Stewart Shaw Until Sat 3| Mar. Photographer Stewart Shaw captures the changing moods of Glasgow's Queen's Park in an exhibition of black and white photographs.

THE LIGHTHOUSE l 1 Mitchell Lane. 221 6362. Mon. Wed. Fri & Sat 10.30am—6pm; Tue

1 lam—6pm; Thu 10.30am—8pm: Sun noon—5pm. £1 (includes entry to all exhibitions).

Design For An Ideal World Until Wed 4 Apr (Young Designers Gallery). Fourth year students of the Visual Communications Course at Glasgow School of Art were set a brief to design a fatnily of identities for Glasgow-based TV company ldeal World. Para-sites/City Of Small Things Until Sun 8 Apr (Gallery Four). An

exhibition examining the architectural possibilities for locations that are on the peripheries of cities including industrial wastelands. shanty towns and unused 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 l.ighthotise. First devised in 1986 by Mills and Brian lino to complement an ambient music gig An ()pul live/ting. the crystal-like. ever- changing sculpture and accompanying multi-CD was commissioned for the annual design conference. Convergence.

The Glasgow Collection Fri 6 Apr—Sun 24 Jun (Gallery One). The Glasgow collection. launched in 1999. is an initiative to develop Glasgow's design econotny. This exhibition highlights the project's successes and the contributions since its launch.

RSA Student Design Awards 2000 Mon 9—Fri 27 Apr (Young Designers Gallery). A showcase of the best in young talent from design schools across the UK including an interactive Cl) Rom presentation which contains a ftill review of the winners in 1999 onwards.

55degrees Sat 31 Mar Sun 27 May (Review Gallery). An exhibition highlighting the work of Glasgow-based 55degrees ~ a content solutions initiator and provider.


Station Road. Milngavie. 578 88-17. Tue—Fri 10atn~1pin. 5pm; Sat & Sun 2~5an

A View From Afar Sat 3| Mar—Sat 2| Apr. Drawn from the Lillie Art Gallery‘s pertnanent collection. a selection of works by artists inspired by the landscape and culture of liurope and the Orient.

Young People’s Art Sat 31 Main-Sat 21 Apr. Paintings. drawings aitd sculpture by participants who attended the gallery's art classes.


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

Pippo Until Thu 3 May. Glasgow-based painters Samantha Murray. Julie Scott. Jenny ()‘Boyle and Victoria Morton (who recently had a sell out show at Sadie Coles HQ in London) show new work expressing their personal approaches to abstract painting. See review.


322 Duke Street. 556 6569 ext 212. Tue—Sat l lain—5pm.

060 Second Interlude lintil Sat l4 Apr. The first in a series of two pro- jects which explore aspects of the con- tetnporary urban landscape. lit a solo show of work by Michael McGraw. the artist presents work based in New York offering a bird‘s-eye—view of urban intersections and a cotntnissioned piece by Market influenced by urban surveil- lance. Digitally altered iinages. layered transparency light boxes and architectur- al models feature in the show. See review.

Brown Field Sat 3| Mar—Sat 28 Apr. Rob Tufnell curates the second of this two-part project featuring a group exhibition of work by six international artists. Through drawing. painting and sculpture. Franz Ackermann. Laura Emsley. Katrine Hjeld. Haley Tompkins. Alan Michael and Don Van Vliet reinterpret the artistic landscape tradition. NEW SHOW.

MERCHANT SQUARE Bell Street. 632 1950. Mon—Fri 8; Sun noon—8.30pm; Sat l()ain—8.30pm. Dazzle Mon 9 Apr—Sat 5 May. International jewellery exhibition Dazzle celebrates its 21st anniversary with the work of 55 of Europe‘s leading contemporary jewellery designers.


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20 North Street. 287 2999. Tue 20—Fri 30 .Mar 4—6pm.

Fortress Europe l'ntil Fri 30 Mar. A multimedia interactive exhibition which deals with the issues of asylum seeking. Through the stories of refugees. interjected with sound effects. voices of smugglers. immigration officials and tabloid media. the plight of these individuals is uncovered. The show also features photography. art and poetry by refugees in Glasgow and a graffiti wall created by Glaswegian children.


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Miniatures One The opening exhibition for this new on-line gallery which showcases the work of up-and- coining artists from Glasgow and Edinburgh with all works available to buv.


Centre For Developmental Arts. 18 Albion Street. 552 2822. Mon—Fri 10am— 5pm.

John Cocozza, Robert Clyde, Jim Hillis and Duncan Grey Fri 30 Mar—Fri 20 Apr. Recent work.


1 18 Douglas Street. 248 6386. Mon—Fri 10.30am—5pm: Sat 10.30am—1pin. Mairi Aitken Sat 31 Mar—Sat 14 Apr. Oil paintings.

RSAMD l00 Renfrew Street. 332 5057. Mon—Fri


Maggie Gordon l'ntil Sat 31 Mar. Paintings.

6 Burnlield Road. Giffnock. 638 1200. Tue-Sat 10am—5pm: Sun noon—5pm: Cresswell Lane (off Byres Road). 638 1200. Tue—Sat l lam—5.30pm; Sun noon—5pm.

Emerging Artists Partnership Two new galleries froin the Emerging Artists Partnership Ltd. showcasing the work of leading art schools throughout Scotland and the UK.


26 King Street. 552 2151. Tue—Sat 10atn—5.30pin.

Now And Then: Artworks With Young People Tue 3 Apr—Sat 12 May. Photo-based artworks tnade in collaboration with children and young people from over twenty schools in Glasgow. The exhibition also features a set of banners that were shown in public locations in Glasgow earlier in the year.

70 lngratn Street. 632 6184. Tue~Sat 10am—5pm; Sun noon—4pm.

Rita McGurn Until Fri 13 Apr. Glasgow artist. sculptor and award- winning production designer. Rita McGurn shows portraits and sculptures in her first official exhibition in twenty years.

TRAMWAY 25 Albert Drive. 287 3900. Tue—Sun noon—8an

OMirror’s Edge Until Sun 15 Apr. Curated by Okwui Enwesor. a major touring exhibition of contemporary art by 26 internationally established artists which looks at how contemporary artists deal with the relationship between image and representation. Featured artists include the 1999 Turner Prize winner Steve McQueen with his film Dead Pun: live chirping crickets form pan of Henrik Hakansson’s Monsters Of Rock Tour: photographic works by Thomas Demand; black and white photos by Hiroshi Sugitnoto and installations of found objects in cut glass by Carlos Garaicoa. See Hitlist.

Tracey Moflatt One of Australia‘s leading artists. the internationally renowned Tracey Moffatt, last showed work in Scotland in 1992 at the CCA. In her biggest solo UK presentation of work to date. the Fruitmarket hosts a survey of her film and photographic work. See preview. Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, Sat 7 Apr—Sat 79 May. Glasgow 16/25 Famed for presenting people's stories in comic-book style, international duo Simon Grennan and Christopher Sperandio have a retrospective at GOMA. The centrepiece of the show is a specially commissioned digital video animation which documents the lives of people who live. work or socialise within a one- mile radius of the gallery. Gallery Of Modern Art, Glasgow, Fri 6 Apr—Sun 77 Jun.

Blue Skies These new commissions in new media by Scotland-based artists Colin Andrews, Catriona Grant, artists collective e@t and Beverley Hood explore how technology makes connections across space and time. Stills, Edinburgh, until Sat 28 Apr.

60 Second Interlude The first in a series of projects examining the contemporary urban landscape. In a solo show of work, Michael McGraw shows layered transparency light boxes and a specially commissioned piece influenced by urban surveillance. See review. Market, Glasgow, until Sat 74 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, until Sun 22 Apr. Mirror’s Edge At last, an exhibition to comfortably fill the immense gallery space of Tramway. Okwui Enwesor curates this major touring show of contemporary art by 26 internationally established artists including 1999 Turner Prize winner Steve McQueen, Hiroshi Sugimoto. Ceal Floyer. Thomas Demand and Francis Alys. Tramway, Glasgow, until Sun 75 Apr.

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