THE GLASGOW PROJECT ROOM
Top Floor. ()4 Osbourne Street. 552 I472. Tue—Sat 2—(ipm.
The Archaic Hand Until 7 Jul. Yvonne Twaddle. Kate Davis and Sarah Smith exhibit new work a year after graduating front Glasgow School ofArt.
New-Newquayism Tue l7»-Sat 2| Jul (Tue—Sat noon——5pltti. A two-person show featuring the work of Alex Pollard and Toby Paterson. NEW SHOW.
THE GLASGOW ROOM
Ground Floor. Princes Square. Buchanan Street. 22! 8|(i2. Molt~Sat l0am»-(tpm; Stilt l lam—5pm.
New Artists A varied selection of work by up-altd-coming artists featuring sculpture. textile design. paintings and jewellery.
GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART The Mackintosh Gallery. l(i7 Renfrew Street. 353 4500. Sat l0am—4.45pm; Sun 24.45pm; Mon—Fri l0am-8.30pm.
Satoshl Watanabe - Hidden Landscapes Thu l4 Jul—Sat 25 Aug (Mackintosh Gallery). Recent paintings by MFA graduate Satoshi Watanabe. an up-and-coming artist from Japan. Watanabe ltas been included in several major group exhibitions and his first important solo show was held at the Mitaka City Art Foundation in Tokyo earlier ill the year. Purl (ifJu/iun 200/. NEW SHOW.
HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY University ofGlasgow. 82 Hillhead Street. 330 543 l. Mon—Sat 9.30am—5pm. Free.
Whistler In Venice Until Sat 1 Sep. Drawn from the Hunterian‘s world-renowned James NcNeill Whistler collection. a new display focusing on a group of Venetian etchings completed by Whistler when he travelled to Venice ilt I879. The exhibition coincides with a new
publication by Dr Margaret MacDonald
entitled I’ulut'es In The Night: Whistler In Venice.
Glasgow 1901 Until Thu l3 Sep. For Glasgow‘s International Exhibition of l90l. Charles Rennie Mackintosh submitted plans and designs for the architectural competition of 1898 which had a brief of creating exhibition buildings - a concert hall. industrial hall and machinery hall. ()lt show are Mackintosh’s submitted plans. which with their simple features. radically differ front the winning work by James Miller.
Hidden Treasures Until Sat 1 Sep. To celebrate the University's 550th anniversary. a specially selected display of prints. drawings aitd watercolours drawn frotn the gallery‘s collection. Featured artists include J.M.W. Turner. Marc Chagall. Edward Burne-Jones. EA. Walton. James Guthrie and Alexander Runcimalt. INTERMEDIA GALLERY
[8 King Street. 552 2540. Mon—Sat noon—6pm.
Move On’s Art Exhibition Sat 7—Sat 28 Jul. Mosaics. painting. photography and video works from the Moving On Project which provides help. support. training and guidance to homeless people. NEW SHOW. JOHN GREEN FINE ART 182 Bath Street. 333 I99]. Mon—Fri 10.30am—5pm; Sat 10.30am— l pltt. Mixed Exhibition 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.
l l Mitchell Lane. 221 6362. Mon. Wed. Fri is Sat l0.30aitt—(ipm; Tue
l lam—(ime Thu l0.30ant 8pm: Sun noon—5pm. L‘l (includes entry to all exhibitions).
0 Industry Of One t'nlil Sun I: Aug (Gallery Fivel. A major exhibition of design front l98l to the present day charting the impact of a ‘desiglt-and- make' culture ilt Britain over the past twenty years. Highlights include Ron Arad's Rover ('liul'r altd Tom Dixon‘s Jae/(light. as well as furniture. lighting. ceramics altd glass aitd work by Scottish designers Precious McBalte altd One Foot Taller. See Hitlist.
Homes For The Future II L’ntil Sat 22 Sep (Review Gallery). An exhibition looking at Homes For The Future project which was initiated as part of Glasgow I999.
LILLIE ART GALLERY
Station Road. Militgavie. 578 8847. Tue—Fri l0am--lpni. 2—5pm; Sat & Sun 2—5pnt
Margery Clinton Sat 7 Jul-Sat l l Aug. Ceramics and landscapes ilt watercolour by Margery Clinton. marking her 70th year. Clinton is renowned for the development of IUstre glazed ceramics.
A History Of Photography Exhibition Sat 7 Jul—Wed 8 Aug. Organised by the Julia Margaret Cameron Trust. an exhibition looking at the history of portrait photography. featuring the work of famous photographers including Fox Talbot. Gallery Talk Wed 1 l Jul. 2.30pm. Margery Clinton talks about her work.
LLOYD JEROME GALLERY
200 Bath Street. 331 0722. Tue~Sat 9am—6pm.
Stephanie Fawbert Until Wed 5 Sep. Works on paper inspired by classical music. made ilt collaboration with musicians.
20 North Street. 287 2999. Mon—Thu 9am-8pm; Fri & Sat 9am-5pm.
The Foulis Academy Until Sat l5 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 giving a historic panoramic view of Glasgow at that time.
THE MODERN INSTITUTE
73 Robertson Street. Suite (i. Floor l. 248 37l l. Tue—Fri noon—5pm.
Walter Dahn, Duncan MacOuarrie, Michael Mallet, Matthew Monahan and Andreas Schultzt Until Fri 27 Jul. Recent work.
EWAN MUNDY FINE ART 221 West George Street. 248 9755. Mon—Fri l()am—5.30pm; Sat 10am—2pm. Scottish Paintings Until Tue 31 Jul. Scottish paintings from I880 to present day including works by McTaggart. Paterson and Bellalty. NEW-CONTEMPORARY- . OM ()n-line gallery. www.new-contemporary- art.com Miniatures One The opening exhibition for this new on-line gallery which showcases the work of up-and- coming artists from Glasgow and Edinburgh with all works available to buy. PENTAGON CENTRE 36 Washington Street. 22] 2123. Mon—Fri 9am—6pm. Sat by appointment. Made In America Until Sat 4 Aug. Glasgow-based Shirley Ann Tipping explores the influence of cowboys. the 50s and Americana in the UK through a series of photographs.
PHOENIX CONTEMPORARY GALLERY
6 Wilson Street. Merchant City. 552 0702. Tue. Wed it Fri 1 Ialtt-(ipitt; Thu
l lam» 7pm; Sat l0aitt~opntL Stilt 1 5pm. Mixed Exhibition Work by contemporary tip-and-contiltg Scottish- hased artists.
(‘entre For Developittental Arts. l8 Albion Street. 552 2822. .\lolt-~Fri 10am 5pm.
Universal Print Show Fri l3 Jul—Fri 10 Aug. Original fine art priltts front international specialist studios.
b Btirltlield Road. (iiffltock. (t38 I200. Tue—Sat l0ant-5pttt; Stilt itoon--5pltt; (‘resswell Lane (off Byres Road). (t38 I200. Tue—Sat l lant-—5.30pitt; Stilt noon—5pm.
Emerging Artists Partnership Two galleries front the Emerging Artists Partnership Ltd. showcasing the work of leading art schools throughout Scotland attd the UK.
26 King Street. 552 2|5 l. Tue—Sat l0am—5.30pm.
No Small Feat Tue I0 Jul—Sat I l Aug. Ten Glasgow artists create specially commissioned lens-based work around themes of parenthood. Working ill a variety of media including colour. black and white prints. silkscreens. embroideries and video. featured artists include Sam Ainsley. Duncan Campbell. Colin Grey. Alisolt Hayes. (‘alum Angus Mackay. Janie Nicoll. Gillian Steel. Mhairi Sutherland. lseult Timmermalts and Karen Vaughan. NEW SHOW.
70 Ingram Street. Mon—Fri noon—5pm; Sat 2—5pm.
Sue Biazotti: Bay Series Until Sat 14 Jtil. Paintings inspired by the West coast of Scotland.
28 King Street. 552 48l3. Tue—Sat
Cathy Wilkes Until Sat 28 Jul. Glasgow—based altist (‘athy Wilkes. who
was shortlisted for last year‘s Beck’s
Futures award. creates an installation for the gallery space.
l8 Albion Street. 552 2822. Mon-Fri 10am—5pm.
Fusion Fri l3 Jul—Fri ltlAug. A solo show of ceramic and glass work by Stan Mather.
UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE Department Of Architecture. 13!
Rottenrow, 548 3007. Mon—Fri
End 01 Year Exhibition Until Thu 5 Jul. End of year show from students
J from the Department ofArchitecture.
www.visionon200l .eo.uk. A new internet site dedicated to showcasing the work of three Glasgow-based artists each month. If you have a proposal for the VisionOn website. email karla_black@‘hotmailcom
James McLardy, Robin Miller
and Michael Johnson Until Tue 3l Jul. The work of three more artists goes on-line.
WHERE THE MONKEY SLEEPS I82 West Regent Street. 226 3406. Mon—Fri 7am—l lpm: Sat 8am—l lpm: Sun l()am—l lpnt.
Charcoal Willy Until Wed 18 Jul. The title of this show is named after a race horse and features drawings by Gareth Reid and Kevin Murphy. See
ﬁauma From Tracey Mottat's tragi—comtc series of photographs Scarred For Life // to Maria Lindberg’s disturbing drawutgs. the experience of trauma is explored by twelve international artists. See preview. Dundee Contemporary Arts. Dundee, Sat 7 Jul—Sun 2 Sep.
Rembrandt’s Women Edinburgh gets the first ever examination of Rembrandt‘s pOrtrayal of women in his art. featuring intimate sketches. paintings and etchings of the women in his life. See review. National Gallery Of Scotland, Edinburgh, until Stilt 2 Sep. Industry Of One A major exhibition of design from the early 808 to the present day. charting the impact of a ‘desigrt-and-lttake' culture in Britain. The Lighthouse, Glasgow, until Sun 72 Aug.
“21: A Snapshot Of Britain In The 21 st Century The fascinating results of Channel as national open photographic competition which set out to find an image which best defines Britain in the 21 st century. See review. Stills, Edinburgh, until Sat 74 Ju/.
Jerwood Painting Prize Exhibition Proving that painting is positively booming, the prestigious Jerwood Painting Prize tours to Glasgow for the first time featuring the winning work of Kate Pratt and the remaining shortlisted artists. See preview. Gallery Of Modern Art, Glasgow, Fri 6 Jul—Sun 27 Oct.
Janice McNab Thought- provoking documentary paintings by Janice McNab taken from photographs of victims who are permanently affected by overexposure to chemicals. doggerlisher, Edinburgh, until Sun 29 Jul.
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 American photographer Lee Miller. Flo/and Penrose and Lee Miller, Dean Gallery and the National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, until Sun 9 Sep.
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