Top floor. 64 ()sborne Street. 552 1472. Tue «Sat noon~5pnt.

Never To Be Forgotten Sat 8—Sat 15 Sep. This installation of paintings by Linda Short is the culmination of a Project Grant awarded by the Rootstein Hopkins Foundation in London. which enabled Short to travel to Austria and Italy. NEW SHOW.


(iround l-‘loor. Princes Square. Buchanan Street. 221 8162. Mon—Sat 10am—6pm; Sun 1 lam~5pm.

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

GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART The Mackintosh Gallery. 167 Renfrew Street. 353 4500. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm: S211 1()am—noon.

Art Booms With The Gun: The War Years At Glasgow School Of Art (1939-1945) l'ntil Sat 15 Sep (Studio 42. 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 GSA during the war years. Featured artists include Joan liardley. Margot Sandeman. Tom Gardner. (‘arlo Rossi. ('ordelia ()liver. llugh Adam (‘rawford and many more.

OShingu Sat 15 Sep Sat 27 ()ct (Mackintosh Gallery). Sculpture. film. photographs and drawings by the inter- nationally acclaimed Japanese artist Susumu Shingu. Renowned for his award-winning kinetic sculptures. Shingu's work reveals a harmony between high technology and nature. See preview and llitlist.

Art In The Built Environment Seminar Fri 14 Sep. 2pm. Alexander Page. Deputy Head of the Mackintosh School of Architecture chairs this discussion with a panel of architects. engineers and fine artists. including Japanese artist Shingu. who will present a short talk on his work. Osszefuggesek t'ntil Fri 21 Sep (Atrium Gallery. l’oulis Building. ()pen: Mon—Fri 1()am—4.30pm). Budapest‘s Young Artists Studio curate this international group exhibition of art and design objects. featuring glass. jewellery textile and graphics.

HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY lfniversity ofGlasgow. 82 llillhcad Street. 330 5431. Mon—Sat 9.30am--5pm. liree.

Glasgow 1901 t'ntil Thu 13 Sep. lior Glasgow‘s International lixhibition of 1901. (‘harles 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. 011 show are Mackintosh’s submitted plans. which with their simple features. radically differ from the winning work by James Miller.

Fantasy To Nightmare: A Glimpse lnto Callot’s World Fri 7 Scp—Sat 12 Jan. Jacques (‘allot

( 1592 1635) was one of the greatest artists of the 17th century and one of the first to use etching as a creative medium. This exhibition of selected prints offers an insight into ('allot’s varied artistic output. NEW SHOW. Glasgow 1901: Views Of An Exhibition Sat 15 Sep Sat 19 Jatt. (iltlsgow's International lixhibition of 1901 featured elaborate exhibition halls. gardens. tea and coffee houses. pavilions from around the globe and a new civic art gallery. Scottish artist Muirhead Bone ( 1876 1953) recorded these sights and a small collection of his works is presented in the display. NEW SHOW.


140 Queen Margaret Drive. 586 8159. Mon—Sat l—4pm or by appointment. Mixed Exhibition l'ntil Thu 6 Sep. A collection of work by senior citizen art groups from North Kelvin.


18 King Street. 552 2540. Mon—Sat noon— -6pm.

Village To City: Designs On Indian Folk Art L'ntil Sat 22 Sep. The Scottish Academy of Asian Arts celebrates its silverjubilee with an exhibition of work inspired by a collection of Tribal lndian folk art paintings from ()rrissa and Bengali communities of the Gujarat.


182 Bath Street. 333 1991. Mon—Fri 10.30am—5pm; Sat 10.30am—lpm. Mixed Exhibition A changing selection of traditional and contemporary paintings including works by 1i.A. Walton. Carlo Rossi. John Bellany. John llouston. William Miller Frazer and Sir William MacTaggart.


l 1 Mitchell Lane. 221 6362. Mon. Wed. l-‘ri & Sat 10.30am—6pm; Ttte

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

Homes For The Future II tfntil Sun 30 Sep (Review Gallery). A small but iii-depth exhibition looking at the proposals submitted by six finalist teams for Homes For Tlll’ Future II. the follow- up to Glasgow 1999's Year of Architecture project.

Canal Connections tintil Sun 9 Sep. The work of over 300 design students is showcased in this exhibition which focuses on the Millennium Link. a canal which will connect the two cities of lidinburgh and Glasgow.

GIA Annual Awards 2001 tfntil Stilt 28 Oct. The Glasgow lnstitute of Architects annual design awards featuring 40 of this year's best buildings including The Glasgow Science Centre and the Museum of Scottish (‘ountry Life.

Play In The City Thu 13 Sep—Sun 21 ()ct. (‘hildren and young people across Glasgow present images of where and how they play.


Station Road. Milngavie. 578 8847. Tue—Fri 1()am-1pm. 2—5pm; Sat 2—5pm. A Family Affair L'ntil Sat 29 Sep. Paintings by three generations of artists from the Allan 15amin featuring landscapes in watercolour.


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

Emil Schult Tue 11 Sep—Sun 11 Nov. The first Scottish showing of paintings by limil Schult who provided lyrics. music and graphic design for the German electro pop group Kraftwerk. See preview. NEW SHOW.


20 North Street. 287 2999. Mon—Thu 9am---8pm: Fri (‘4; Sat 9am -5pm.

The Foulis Academy t'ntil Sat 15

Sep. A unique and priceless collection of

books. prints and works of art by students of Glasgow's 18th century School of Art and Design. The l-‘oulis Academy. featuring work by David Allan. Robert Paul and James Tassie giving a historic panoramic view of Glasgow at that time.


221 West George Street. 248 9755.

Mon Fri 1()am-5.30pm; Sat 10am—2pm. Scottish 20th Century Painting l'ntil Sat 29 Sep. A selection of paintings by 20th century Scottish artists including llunter. Blackadder. (‘adcll and Bellany.


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

NEW VICTORIA GARDENS Glenapp Street. Pollokshields. 424 3606. Viewing by appointment.

Plot l'ntil Stilt 9 Sep. In the unusual setting of a garden allotment. artists' collective Lapland curate an exhibition of contemporary art and design.


('raigend Visitor Centre. Mtigdock (‘ountry Park. (‘raigallian Road. 956 6100. Thu -Sun 9am—5pm.

Inaugural Exhibition Thu (i—Sat 15 Sep. This new exhibition space housed in the (‘raigend Visitor (‘entrc in Mugdock Country Park opens with painting and printmaking by twenty new and established artists.


36 Washington Street. 221 2123. Mon—Fri 1()am—5.30pm.

The Glasgow Group Fri 7 Sep—Tliu 4 Get. An exhibition of work by members of the Glasgow Group. who were founded back in 1957. and invited artists.


6 Wilson Street. Merchant (‘ity. 552 0702. Tue. Wed & Fri 1 lam-~6pni: Thu 1 lam--~7pm: Sat 1()am—6pm: Sun I—5pm.

Mixed Exhibition Work by contemporary tip-and-coming Scottish- bascd artists.


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

Echoes Of The Spirit t'ntil Fri 21 Sep. Paintings and calligraphy by Japanese artists with disabilities.


1 18 Douglas Street. 248 6386. Mon—Fri 10.30am-r-5pm; Sat 10.30am—lpm. Dorothy Bruce and Georgie Young l'ntil Sat 15 Sep. Oil paintings.


6 Burnlield Road. Giffnock. 638 1200. TuewSat 10am-5pm; Stilt noon—5pm; (‘resswell l.anc (off Byres Road). 638 1200. Tue—Sat l lam—5.30pm; Stilt noon~5pm. Scotland‘s largest selection of affordable original art with an on-line gallery featuring over 1000 paintings. Sarah Carrington and Alison Auldjo l'ntil Sun 9 Sep. New landscapes and seascapcs by two recent graduates.


26 King Street. 552 2151. Tue—Sat l0am~-5.30pm.

London Photographic Awards 4 l'ntil Sat 22 Sep. .\'ow iii its fourth year. the London Photographic Awards attracts entries from line art. commercial and student photographers from around the globe. lintrants were required to respond to lmtia/ Dharker’s poem 11"liim. with liva-.\1aria Ricgler's project ('nming In my .Sr'iiscs. winning the overall prize. See review.


42 ()tago Lane. 357 4524. Daily

1 1.30am 10pm.

I Want To Become An Olympian tTntil Sat 29 Sep. Paintings by (‘hristine Niehoff exploring aspects

of femininity in women's gymnastics

using oil paint and royal icing. See review.

Total Object Complete With Missing Parts Tramway's new visual arts season kicks off with a major exhibition of new and recent work by twelve international artists featuring Simon Starling. Joao Penalva. Angela Bulloch and Mariele Neudeckeiz See preview. Tramway. Glasgow. Fri 7 Sap—Sun 28 Oct.

New Work Scotland Round two of Collective Gallery's successful New Work Scotland programme featuring the work of recent graduates Steve Duval. Jenny Hogarth and Fiona lvchllister. See preview. Collective Gallery. Edinburgh. Sat 75 Sap—Sun 74 Oct. Shingu A insight into the work of the internationally acclaimed Japanese artist Susumu Shingu. famed for his award-winning kinetic sculptures. See preview. Glasgow School of Art. Glasgow. Sat 75 Sep—Sat 27 Oct.

Roland Penrose and Lee Miller Last chance to see this remarkable exhibition shedding light on one of the most extraOrdinary artistic relationships of the 20th century. Dean Gallery and National Gallery of Modern Art. Edinburgh. until Sun 9 Sep.

Jerwood Painting Prize From Ian Davenport's Sumptuous poured paintings to the winning works of constellations by Katie Pratt. the Jerwood Painting Prize tOurs to Glasgow for the first time. Gallery Of Modern An. Glasgow, until Sun 27 Oct.

Face On Roderick Buchanan. Philip-Lorca diCorcia and Alexa Wright feature in this group show of photographic and lens-based work which looks at social exchange between the artist and their humar Subjects. Stills. Edinburgh, Tue 78 Sep—Sat 70 Nov.

Jeff Koons: Easyfun - Ethereal While not a patch on his quirky SCulptures. Koon's playful paintings developed from computer collages are still worth a look. Fruitmarket Gallery. until 15 Sep. Ed Ruscha The seminal Los Angeles Pop artist Ed Ruscha shows hyper-realist paintings of snow—capped mountain ranges. encoded with his trademark cryptic text. /nver/eith House. Royal Botanic Garden, until 74 Oct.

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