Art listings

Glasgow galleries continued


l-ll Bridgegate.-102 5020. Viewing by appointment. call 552 7 l S9 or 402 4292. Public Hanging 2 t'ntil Fri 24 Aug. A grotip exhibition by WASPS sttidios artists featttring painting. sculpture. stained glass and jewellery.


l0 King Street. 553 0733. Mon—Sat l0.30am~midnight: Sun |— l lpm. Glasgow Life II t'ntil Sat 18 Aug. The second part of this exhibition by Rtissian artist Maxim l)emidov revealing an expressionist view of (ilasgow, its people. art and music.


36 West (ieorge Street. 332 555 l. Mon~Sat l0am~5.30pm; Sun noon -5pm. Mixed Exhibition An ongoing exhibition of work by various artists. Wild About Art l'ntil Sun 26 Atig. Animal paintings by (iary Hodges. Alati Hunt and Peter llildick.


University of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 552 4-100 ext 2682. Mon «Fri 10am -5pm; Sat noon~1pm.

Quilt Art: Moving On Until Sat 25 Aug. The only Scottish showing of contemporary quilts by [K and international members of Quilt Art. an organisation founded in I985 to promote the qtiilt as an art form and to enhance the status of quilters through exhibitions.


178 West Regent Street. 22| 6370. Mon ~Sat l()am~5.30pm.

Cabinet Paintings Sat ll Wed 29 Aug. l-‘ifty prominent Scottish artists show specially selected small works including Philip Reeves. John Houston.

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Elizabeth Blackadder. Barbara Rae. Mark lanson. David Martin and many more. NEW SHOW.


18 ('astlemilk Arcade. 63-1 2603. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm.

Breandam Splendour Mon l.3~l"ri 3| Aug. Works by Katie Bruce from her Year of the Artist project with families who use the Breandam Family House in Stirling.

GALLERY OF MODERN ART Queen Street. 229 1996. Mon-Thu at Sat l0am—5pm; Fri & Sun 11am-5pm. Jerwood Painting Prize Exhibition l’ntil Sun 2| Oct. The Jerwood Painting Prize. the largest single prize awarded to one artist. tours outside London for the first time since it was established in 1993. The work of winner Katie Pratt will be on show along with fellow shortlisted artists Peter Archer. Basil Beattie. lan Davenport. Marta Marce and Tim Renshaw. See Hitlist.

GATEHOUSE GALLERY Rouken (ilen Road. 620 0235. Fri. Sun &

Mon 1.30—5.30pm; Sat |l.30am-—5.30pm.

Mixed Show l7nti| Fri 31 Aug. A selection of paintings by gallery artists.


148 West Regent Street. 221 3095. Mon~Sat 9.30am—5.30pm.

Scottish Paintings, Drawings And Sculpture L'ntil l-‘ri 3| Aug. Scottish paintings. drawing and sculpture from |880 to the present day featuring works by James Paterson. William (iillies. James (‘owie. J.l). l‘ergusson. Jack Knox and many others.

GLASGOW CALEDONIAN UNIVERSITY The Ark Building. 70 (‘owcaddens Road.


3| 3ST? Mon Thti 5.30am 9.30pm; l'ri .30am AS30pm; Sat ck Sun

l0.30am 4.30pm.

Shoulder To The Wheel t'niil l-‘ri l7 Atig. A group show of paintings. photography. sculpture and video art featuring artists John Barrett. Derek (‘ondon. Alex l-‘rost. Andrea Jespersen. Nigel l.ow. Alison Pliin and Damian Mc(ieechan.


(‘afe ('osmo. 12 Rose Street. 332 6535. Mon Sat l0.30am 9pm.

A Thimbleful l'ntil Hi 31 Aug. A series of photographs by Deirdre Nelson resulting from recent textile work. The work explores Ayrshire needlework produced in Scotland in the 19111 century. and in particular. ideas of women. stitch and whisky.


22 ex 25 King Street. 552 070-1. Tue Sat 10am 5.30pm.

John Bellany l'ntil Thu 23 Aug. ()ne of Scotland's most influential figurative painters. Port Scaton-born John Bellany. has his first solo show at (iPS for twenty years. featttring new paintings. drawings and prints.

Helen Fay t'ntil Thu 23 Aug. A series of drypoint print images exploring the wildlife of Scotland and Northern linglantl.

Anna Strachan t'ntil Thu 23 Aug. Inspired by a residency on the ttninhabited island of Boreary in the Outer Hebrides. Anna Strachan creates site—specific works including text—based suspended multiples. wall-based work and artists books.

Diana Ferrari t'util Thu 23 Aug. Sculpture and hand-built ceramics combining organic shapes and bold decorative finishes.

THE GLASGOW PROJECT ROOM Top Hoor. 6-1 ()sborne Street. 552 l-172. Tue - Sat noon - 5pm.

Chasing The Dark Donkey t'ntil Sun 12 Aug. An exhibition of painting. drawing and installation by Jessica Wolfson and Massimo l-'ranco.


(iround Hoot. Princes Square. Buchanan Street. 22l 8162. Mon Sat 10am 6pm; Stiii llam~5pm.

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

GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART The Mackintosh (iallery. I67 Renfrew Street. 353 4500. Mon liri 10am 5pm: Sat 10am noon.

Satoshi Watanabe - Hidden Landscapes t'ntil Sat 25 Aug (Mackintosh (ialleryt. Recent paintings by MFA graduate Satoshi Watanabe. an up-and-coming artist from Japan. Painting landscape and architecture. Watanabe's unique process involves laboriously adding hundreds of dots onto the canvas. and then by removing the dots. he creates yet another image of his original work. See llitlist. Part of Japan 2001.

Paintings 2000-2001 t‘ntil Sat 1 Sep (Mackintosh (iallcry. Studio 391. New paintings by artist-in-residence Peter Lynch.

Haiku Installation t'ntil 1-‘ri l7 Aug (Podium (ialleryt. A group of contemporary artists create work in response to the Japanese poetic form ‘haiku'. The show features a range of mediums inclttding sculpture. paintings and lens-based work by (ilasgow -based artists front Spain. Holland. ('anada. Scotland and Japan. Part of Japan 200l. The War Years At Glasgow School Of Art (1939-1945) t'ntil Sat 15 Sep (Mackintosh Building). Archival documents. artefacts. photographs. films and artwork produced by graduates and staff of the period

combine to illustrate what life was like at USA during the war years. l-‘eatured artists include Joan I‘..l|\llt‘_\. Margot Sandeman. Tom (iardner. ('arlo Rossi. (‘ordelia (lliy er. Hugh Adam ('raw ford and many more.

HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY l‘niyei'sity of(ilasgow. S2 Hillhead Street. 330 5431. Mon Sat 9. 30am 5pm l'ree.

Whistler ln Venice t‘uiil Sat I Sep Drawn from the llttiiterian‘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 11] IS“). The exhibition coincides w till a new publication by Dr Margaret MacDonald entitled Palaces ill The Night: Whistler in Venice.

Glasgow 1901 l’ntil Thu 13 Sep. l5or (ilasgow ‘s International l-ixhibition of l90l. (‘hai'les Rennie Mackintosh submitted plans and designs for the architectural competition ol lS‘tS which had a brief of creating exhibition buildings a concert hall. industrial hall and machinery hall. ()n show are Mackintosh‘s submitted plans. which with their simple features. radically differ from the w iiiititig work by James Miller. Hidden Treasures t'util Sat 1 Sep. To celebrate the l'niyersity ‘s 550th anniversary. a specially selected display of prints. drawings and watercolotit‘s drawn from the gallery's collection. Featured artists include J.M.W. Turner. Marc ('hagall. lidward Btti‘iie~.|ones. l"..A. Waltoit. James Guthrie and Alexander Rtmciman.


l-10 Queen Margaret l)riye. 5S6 8159. Mon Sat 1 4pm or by appointment.

Ali Abubakar l'iitil Thu 9 Attg. In this temporary exhibition space in North Kely in. a selection of paintings by Ali Abubakar.

Melinda Stradling Tlltt 1) Thu l6 Aug. An installation by environmental artist Melinda Stradling. NE W St l()W. Kate Foster and Stephanie Connelly Thu 16 Thu 23 Aug. Recent (ilasgow School of Art environmental art graduates create an installation for the space. Nl‘IVy’ SJ'JOVV.


IS King Street. 552 2540. Mon Sat

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Three Painters t'uiil Sat 25 Aug. Painters Henry (iuy. Nikola lrnier and Matthew Storstein who all studied at (ilasgow School of Art bill are now livittg in (ilasgow. lidinburgh and Berlin are brought together for this group exhibition of paintings.


182 Bath Street. 333 199]. Mon l'ri 10.30am 5pm; Sat 10.30am 1pm. Mixed Exhibition A changing selection of traditional and contemporary paintings including works by li.A. Walton. (‘arlo Rossi. John Bellany. John lloiiston. William Miller l‘ra/er and Sir William Mac'laggart.


ll Mitchell Lane. 22l 6362. Mon. Wed. Fri & Sat |0.30am 6pm; Tue llam 6pm: Thu 10.30am Spm; Sitii noon 5pm. £1 (includes entry to all exhibitions). Industry Of One l'ntil Sun l2 Aug ((iallery l‘ivct. A major exhibition of design from |9S| to the present day charting the impact of a ‘design-and- make' culture in Britain over the past twenty years. Highlights include Ron Arad's Rover ('hair and Tom Dixon's Jacklight. as well as furniture. lighting. ceramics and glass and work by Scottiin designers Precious McBane and One Foot Taller.

Homes For The Future II t'ntil Sat 22 Sep (Review (iallery 1. An exhibition looking at the Homes for the l‘uture project which was first initiated as part of