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

Glasgow Galleries


I64 Woodlands Road. 332 0028.

Mon liri 10am Spin; Sat

l0am l2.30pm.

Ed Hunter t'ntil Sat l2 May. Recent paintings.


253 Argyle Street. (wot 022 0300. Daily |0am midnight.

‘The Best Of . . . Lomo’

l'ntil Stilt 2‘) Apr. I.omo is a city -wide project in association with the I.omographic Society in Vienna.

'I‘w enty' volunteers have been given one of the cameras which requires the ‘lomographer' to take a photograph eyery day. In January 2002. the results of (ilasgow‘s documentation through the Russian lomo camera lens will cover the walls of The Arches. As a taster to this event. two exhibitions taking place in Apr and Attg have been organised by Iotno ambassadors l-‘abien Monheim and Thomas Nappier. l.omo cameras will also be on sale for a limited period priced at £26 for a stnall camera and £8‘) for a larger version.


I‘) Parnie Street. 552 777‘). Mon - Sat noon-r 5pm.

The MacRoberts Open Sat 28

Apr AMon 28 May. Now in its eighth

year. The MacRoberts ()pen features one small painting priced under £250 by each artist.


l85a Bath Street. 222 2830. Tue -Sat l0am 5.30pm.

Mixed Exhibition t'ntil Thu 31 May. In the basement of the (ilasgow Art (‘lub. this new gallery showcases the work of both established and tip- and-coming artists. lieatured in this mixed exhibition are paintings by Laura Beyeridge. (iraeme Sharp. Rob Mttlholland. Ruth (ireer and James (iorn‘ian pltts textiles. ironwork. ceramics. glass. sculpture and jewellery by \‘ttt‘iotls artists.

BARCLAY LENNIE FINE ART Regent Ilottse. I I3 West Regent Street. 226 54I3. Mon liri l0am Spin. Sat by appointment.

E.A. Taylor t‘ntil 'I'hu 3| May. Paintings of Arran by li.A. 'I’ay'lor.

22 & 25 King Street. Glasgow GI SQP

92 THE LIST 26 Apr—10 May 2001

THE BLYTHSWOOD GALLERY Suite 542 15th lloorl. Baltic ('hambers. 50 Wellington Street. 248 NW. Mon liri 10am .5pm; Sat I0am lpm.

A May Festival Exhibition t'ntil Sat 2 Jttti. An exhibition of Scottish paintings by contemporary. l‘)tli and 20th century artists featuring works by lili/abeth Blackadder. I).Y. (’ameron. Sir William Mael'aggart. Philip Recyes and many others.


HI Bridgegate.—102 5020. Sat tk Stilt llam .5pm.

Public Hanging At The Briggait Sat 28 8; Sttn 2‘) Apr. As (ilasgow 's \VASPS studios is currently being refurbished. the artists take oy er 'I’he Briggait. a former liishmarket. for this group exhibition. The show features painting. sculpture. stained glass and jewellery. and proy ides an opportunity to meet the artists and btty direct from the studio.

ROGER BILLCLIFFE FINE ART I34 lilythswood Street. 332 4027.

Mon I-‘ri ‘).30am 5.30pm; Sat

l0am lpm.

Gordon K Mitchell Sat 28 Apr Tue 2‘) .May. A solo exhibition of paintings. Alexander Goudie Sat 28 Apr Tue 2‘) May. Paintings on a (ilasgow theme. Chris Knight Sat 28 Apr Tue 2‘) May. Silver tableware.

Chris Bushe Sat 28 Apr Tue 2‘) May. Abstract oil paintings.

Jessie Higginson Sat 2s Apr» Tue 2‘) May. (‘eramic vessels.

Chris Keenan Sat 28 Aprle‘ue 2‘) May. New ceramics.


24-Hour Viewing Window. 26-1 Iligh Street. 572 0161.

Bulkhead Prize I'ntil l‘ri 27 Apr. (‘alls for subttiissions for the third Bulkhead Pri/e are inyited from (ilasgow-based artists until lst Jttne. ()n show iii the 24-hour \ iewing window are large format posters of preyiotis winners and details of how to enter.

Samantha Clark: Gull Hi 4

May Sun 3 Jun. New work by lidinburgh ('ollege of Art graduate Samantha ('lark. who has recently returned frotn Atistralia. where she was artist-iii-residence at the 'I‘asmanian School of Art in Ilobart. ller frequent absence frotn Scotland reflects in her work which deals with issues of restlessness and a longing to be settled.



10 King Street. .553 0733. Mon Sat 10.30am midnight: Sun I llpm. Torment And Ecstasy t'ntil Thu 3 May. Paintings and three-dimensional artwork by ('hris McKen/ie exploring themes of loye, loss. possession. passion and betrayal.

Naive Tales From St Petersburg

Glasgow Print Studio Gallery

Louise Annand’s Moor In Winter and Moor In Summer

Hi 4 Sttn l3 May. Paintings by Leonid (irol.


at St Andrews in the Square.l St Andrews Square. 5-18 6020. Mon V'I‘hu

llam~l lpm: liri 8; Sat Ham-midnight: Sun l2.30—l lptn.

Lives In The Balance 'I‘hu It) May—Sun 3 Jun. The Sunday Hem/(l and The Hem/(l press photographers Stewart Attwood. Neil Bennett. Angela Catlin and (iordon 'l‘erris document (‘oncern‘s aid and relief programmes throughout the developing world.

CCA AT MCLELLAN GALLERIES 270 Sattchiehall Street. 332 7.52 l.

Mon Sat 10am-5pm: Sun 1 Iain 5pm. Neal Beggs (ilasgow-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 284 Scottish Munros (mountains over 3000ftl while opposite is a list of the 30-1 multi- storey tower blocks built in (ilasgow between the l‘)50s and the l‘)7()s.


36 West (ieorge Street. 332 5551.

Mon- Sat 10am 5.30pm; Sun noon Spm. Mixed Exhibition An ongoing exhibition of work by \ariotis artists. Femme Fatale Tue 1 -'I‘hu 3| May. Paintings by Joy Kirton Smith. Douglas Hoffman. Joseph Domenecli. Royo and Mark Spain.


I'niyersity' of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 552 4-100 ext 2682. Mon I‘ri l()am~.5pm; Sat noon «1an

The Theatre Of Memory: Kate

30 March - l2 May 200| Gallery | Andy Warhol - Screenprints An icon of the 20th century. the exhibition includes a number of stunning colour variations from his Marilyn Monroe series. Gallery II Louise Annand - Paintings

The exhibition includes themes of mountain and moor landscapes. townscapes and abstracts which use analogies of colour and line to represent essential meaning.

Gallery I”

Anthony Benjamin - Listening to Colour

Anthony Benjamin created the series Seven Etchings for Seven Letters in response to poems of the same name by the Glasgwegian author WS Graham

Open: Tues - Sat l0am - 5.30pm

Tel: OMI 552 0704

Fax: O|4l 552 29I9

at Glasgow Print Studio

Robinson t'ntil Sat 5 May. An installation of sculpture. photography and digital images by Kate Robinson inspired by Renaissance writer (iuillo ('aniillo’s "I'heatre of Mentor) '. The work ranges in scale frotn hand-si/e bron/es to life-si/e works in plaster. resin and cement. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.


I78 West Regent Street. 22l 6370. Mon~Sat l0am~5.30pm.

Mixed Show l'ntil Wed ‘) May. Scottish paintings including works by Peter Thompson. (iregor Smith and David Martin.


221 West (ieorge Street. 248 0755. Mon I’ri l0am 5.30pm; Sat

10am 2pm.

Messengers Of Summer Thu 26 Apr Sat 26 May. A summer selection of paintings by H). I-‘ergusson. William (iillies. lili/abcth Blackaddcr. James Kay and Anne Redpath.

GALLERY OF MODERN ART Queen Street. 22‘) l‘)‘)6. Mon 'I‘hu & Sat 10am—5pm; I‘ri & Sttn I turn 5pm. Glasgow 16/25 l'ntil Stiti l7 Jtm. International duo Simon (ircnnan and ('hristopher Sperandio, famed for presenting people's stories in cornic- book style iii book form and more recently digital video animation. are the subject of this retrospective exhibition. The centrepiece of the show is a specially comttiissioned digital \‘ideo animation which documents the personal experiences of people between 16 and 2.5 who live. work or socialise within a mile raditis of the gallery.