Kirsty Wither ['ntil Tue 22 May. Recent paintings.

CYRIL GERBER FINE ART 148 West Regent Street. 221 3095. Mon -Sat 9.30ain—5.30pin.

Works From Stock l.'nti1 Thu 31 May. A selection of paintings from stock including works by Hunter. Fergusson. Knox. liardley and many others.


('afe Cosmo. 12 Rose Street. 332 (i535. Mon Sat 10.30am- 9pm.

Laura Murray t'ntil Thu 31 May. Murray graduated from Glasgow School of Art with a Masters of Design working iii etnbroidery. woven textiles. jewellery and silversmithing. She now runs her own business designing and producing evening purses which this exhibition documents through a selection of photographs.

THE GLASGOW LGBT CENTRE 11 Dixon Street. 221 7203. Daily

1 Iain midnight.

Reflections l’ntil Thu 31 May. A photographic exhibition featuring the work of users and members of the centre. Featured artists include Greek poet and photographer Menelas SiafaktIs and Glasgow-based artist. poet and photographer Marc Sherland.


22 8; 25 King Street. 552 0704. Tue—Sat 10am-5.30pm.

Andy Warhol - Screenprints l7ntil Sat 12 May. A second edition of screenprinted images by Andy Warhol. known as the Sunday I} Morning edition. which include his colour variations from his Marilyn Monroe series.

Louise Annand tintil Sat 12 May. A retrospective exhibition of paintings by Scottish artist Louise Annand. founder member of JD. Fergusson‘s New Scottish Group in the 40s and 50s. Anthony Benjamin - Listening To Colour Until Sat 12 May. Recently published etchings created by Anthony Benjamin which were begun in 1957 in response to poems by Glaswegian author W.S. Graham. Seven lite/tings l'iir Seven Letters.

Lisa McConnell Until Sat 12 May. Jewellery inspired by natural and abstract forms.

Alan Beveridge Fri 18 May—Sat 30 Jun. A suite ofetchings and screenprints inspired by drawings and memories of ships atid shipbuilding in his native Glasgow. Dundee and his borne on the Fast Coast.

Black Pool - The Graphic Studio Dublin Fri 18 May—Sat 30 Jun. An exhibition of prints frotn the Graphic Studio Dublin who specialise in intaglio prints.

Katie Clarke Fri 18 May—Sat 30 Jun. Contemporary jewellery.

Hetty l-laxworth Fri 18 May—Sat 3t) Jttn. A new series of abstract screenprints based on organic forms.


Top Floor. ()4 ()sbourne Street. 552 1472. Tue—Sat 2—(ipm.

Proposals To Glasgow: Bart Lodewijks Tue 22—Sat 26 May. Glasgow-based Dutch artist Bart Lodewijks shows photographs of perspective drawings (charcoal and chalk) made on outside public locations itt Glasgow as well as wall drawings made in the project room. NEW SHOW.


Ground Floor. Princes Square. Buchanan Street. 221 8162. Mon—Sat 10am—(rpm: Sun 1 lam—5pm.

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


167 Renfrew Street. 353 4500. Term Time: Mon—Thu 10am—7pm; Fri 10am—5pm; Sat 10am—noon. Non Term Time: Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sat 10am—noon.

Second Year Painting Department Exhibition t'ntil Thu 10 May (New-bery Gallery). Recent work by second year painting students. MFA Interim Show Tue 15 May—sl-‘ri 1 Jun (Mackintosh Gallery ). With an established international reputation. the MFA course at Glasgow School of Art presents its annual interim exhibition featuring a small sample of work produced by students on the first year of the course.

One Minute Stories t'ntil Fri 18 May (Atrium Gallery). Ari exhibition looking a Hungarian visual culture in the 20th centttry featuring a range of material including adverts and bookplates. designs for shoes and stained glass. line art prints and photographs.

HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY l’niversity of Glasgow. 82 Hillhcad Street. 330 5431. Mon~Sat 9.30am~5ptn. Free.

Whistler In Venice Until Sat 1 Sep. Drawn from the llunterian's world- renowned Jatnes NcNeill Whistler collection. a new display focusing on a group of Venetian etchings completed by Whistler when he travelled to Venice in 1879. The exhibition coincides with a new publication by Dr Margaret MacDonald entitled I’u/ut'vx In The Night: Whistler In Venice.

Glasgow 1901 Fri 11 May ~Thu 13 Sep. For Glasgow‘s International Exhibition of 1901. Charles Rennie Mackintosh submitted plans and designs for the architectural cotnpetition of 1898 which had a brief of creating exhibition buildings a concert hall. industrial hall and machinery hall. ()n show is Mackintosh‘s submitted plan. which with its simple features. radically differs froin the winning work by James Miller. NEW SHOW.


18 King Street. 552 2540. Mon—Sat noon-(rpm.

Blair Cunningham Fri 18~Thu31 May. Blair Cunningham explores the urban environment. everyday life and his relationship to it. in an exhibition of text-based work. NEW SHOW.


182 Bath Street. 333 1991. Mon—Fri 10.30am—5pm; Sat 10.30am—lpm. Mixed Exhibition A changing selection of traditional and contemporary paintittgs including works by FLA. Walton. Carlo Rossi. John Bellatty. John Houston. William Miller Frazer and Sir William MacTaggart.


1 1 Mitchell Lane. 221 (i362. Mon. Wed. Fri & Sat 10.30am—(ipm; Tue

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

The Glasgow Collection tJntil Stilt 1 Jul (Gallery One). The Glasgow collection. launched in 1999. is an initiative to develop Glasgow‘s design economy. This exhibition highlights the project's successes and the contributions since its launch.

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

Scottish Design Awards 2001 L'ntil Thu 24 May. An exhibition showcasing the nominations for this year's Scottish Design Awards which is open to designers working in Scotland. Scottish design clients and designers from outside Scotland working with Scottish clients. The panel is chaired by

internationally acclaimed designer. Javier Mariscal. who is best known for his creation of 'Cobi'. the mascot for the Barcelona 92 ()ly mpic Games and ills work at the Lighthouse.


Station Road. Milngav ic. 578 8847. Tue—Fri 10am 1pm. 2 5pm; Sat ck Sun 2—-5pm.

From Tangleha To Bars Nab l'nti1\\'ed23 May. An exhibition of prints by Sheila Macl-‘arlane which record the shapes and forms of small sea creatures netted by fishermen working along the east coast of Scotland.

Themes And Inspiration In My Work Fri 1 1 May. 2pm. Sheila Macl’arlane talks about the ideas behind her work currently on show iii the gallery.

Beyond The Seashore t'iitil Wed 23 May. Ceratnic and driftwood sculptures on a sea theme by Anne Morrison.

Paper Clay Plus t'ntil Thu 24 May. ()ver twenty national and international ceramicists show a diverse range of work all made from paper clay. featuring framed pictures and lanterns.


200 Bath Street. 331 0722. Tue Sat 9am-~(ipm.

Glasgow Gallery Group t'ntil Thu 7 Jun. New work by members of the artist co-operative the Glasgow Group. and invited artists from Norway. Sweden. Poland and Gertnany.


322 Duke Street. (1771 9184321. Tue-Sat llatn 5pm.

Alright l,'ntil Thu 17 May. New work by students froin Glasgow School of Art's Fine Art Photography cottrse. Featuring 27 young artists with diverse approaches. the work ranges from film. video and photography to drawing and installation. For further details check out the website or call 0141 554 1125.


20 North Street. 287 2999. Mon Thu 9am—8pm; Fri & Sat 9am—5pm.

The Foulis Academy t’ntil Sat 15 Sep. A unique and priceless collection of books. prints and works of arts by students of Glasgow‘s 18th century School of Art and Design. The Foulis Academy featuring work by David Allan. Robert Paul and James Tassie and historic panoramic view of Glasgow at that time.


73 Robertson Street. Suite (i. Floor 1. 248 371 1. Tue—Fri noon- 5pm. Katia Strunz l'ntil Fri 18 May. A solo project of work by Katja Strunz. See review.


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Miniatures One The opening exhibition for this new on-line gallery which showcases the work of tip-and- coming artists front Glasgow and Edinburgh with all works available to buy.


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

Trongate Studios Group Show 2001 Until Fri 25 May. Recent work by Fiona Cassidy. lilaine lickford. John ()‘Connor and Thomas Rev.


1 18 Douglas Street. 248 (i386. Mon—Fri 10.30am—5pm; Sat 10.30am—1pm. Aileen McGrath Sat 12—Sat 26 May. Oil paintings.


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Jonathan Owen Up and coming artist Jonathan Owen kicks oft Edinburgh's newest contemporary commercial art space doggerfisher. With an exhibition of wall paintings and cutouts which iaise questions on issues of masculinity in the early 218i century. See feature. dogged/Sher. Edinburgh, Sal l.’ May—Sun li'Ju/i.

Pipilotti Rist The internationally acclaimed Swiss artist Pipilotti Hist takes tip residence in '1i'aiiiway to create a specially commissioned video installation. Show A 1 eg. a spectacle of colour. light and sound which pac 's an almighty visual punch. See review. Tramway. Glasgow, until Sun it) Jun.

Can You Judge A Book By Its Cover? Commissioned covers by six of Scotland's leading artists for Canongate Books new Pocket Classic series of Scottish writing. A mini-classic in itself. See review. National Gallery of Modern Art. Edinburgh, until Sat 9 Jun. Roland Penrose & Lee Miller Two complementary exhibitions shedding light on one the most extraordinary artistic relationships of the 20th century: surrealist artist. exhibition organiser. collector and writer. Roland Penrose and former Vogue model and photographer Lee Miller. See preview. The Surrealist And T he Photographer: Roland Penrose and Lee Miller, Dean Gallery and the National Gallery of Modern Art. Edinburgh, Sat 79 May—Sun 9 Sep.

Richard Deacon One of the UK‘s foremost sculptors Richard Deacon comes to Scotland for the first time since 1984. For the DCA. he has transformed the gallery's main exhibition space with fifteen spiralling wooden structures emulating the sea. Dundee Contemporary Arts. Dundee. until Sun 24 Jun.

Lucy McKenzie and Paulina Olowska Glasgow-born artist McKenzie was the youngest artist selected for last year's British Art Show. Together with Polish artist Olowska. the two takeover

lnverleith House with an impressive show of paintings. video and . sculpture. See review. Inver/eith House. Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh, until Sun 27 May.

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