Glasgow Galleries continued
25 Albert Drive. 287 3900. Tue —Sat noon-8pm; Sun noon—6pm.
OTotal Object Complete With Missing Parts Fri 7 Sep Sun 28 ()ct (Tramway 2). Taking its title from a text by Samuel Beckett. a major exhibition of new and recent work by twelve l'K-based inter- national artists including Simon Starling. Joao Penalva. Mariele Neudecker and Angela Bulloch. See preview and Hitlist. NEW SHOW.
llana Halperin Fri 7 Sep Sun 28 ()ci (Project Room). Awarded a 'l‘ramway Dark Lights (‘oiiiniissioir new work by New York-born artist llana Halperin featuring sculpture. video. photographs and drawing. NEW SHOW.
Senselessness - lessness Fri 7 Sep—Sun 28 ()ct (Video Room). A show reel of new and recent works in video and film by artists from Glasgow. London. Manchester and Berlin. including Stuart Gurden. Scott Myles. Michelle .\'ais'mith. Fred Pedersen. Jens Mill/David Sherry and Ella Ziegler. NEW SHOW.
Ways 6: Doing The Night Fri 7—Sun 30 Sep (l'pper Foyer). Michelle Naismith and Mick Peter collaborate on this project which looks at sleepwalking. NEW SHOW. Conference Fri 7 Sep. I 3pm (Tramway 4). Advance booking necessary. Andrew Renton chairs this series of talks by artists participating in the 'Ibiu/ ()hjm ('omplelc wit/i Missing l’uris exhibition.
28 King Street. 552 4813. Tue-Sat
Sophie Macpherson and Keith Maclssac Tue 1 1 Sat 15 Sep. The first in a series of solo projects featuring Sophie Macpherson and Keith Maclssac. NEW SHOW.
18 Albion Street. 552 2822. Mott-Fri 10am -5pm.
Fresh L'ntil Fri 21 Sep. A group show of work by new members of the Trongate Studios.
24 HOUR VIEWING WINDOW
264 High Street. 572 0161.
Pamela Wells: Colourblind tintit Sun 14 ()ct. Pamela Wells explores the subject of passion and commitment to football iii this new body of work. and iii particular. the rivalry between ('eltic and Rangers. lfsing sewn plastic. beads and sequins to form patterns. images and text. found objects are renewed and repositioned.
()n-line Gallery. www.visionon200l .co.uk. A new internet site dedicated to showcasing the work of three Glasgow-based artists each month. If you have a proposal for the Vision()n website. email
James McLardy, Robin Miller and Michael Johnson t‘niit Sun 3() Sep. The work of three more artists goes on-line.
WHERE THE MONKEY SLEEPS 182 West Regent Street. 226 3406.
Mon- Fri 7am 71 1pm; Sat 8am 1 1pm; Sun 10am -1 lpm.
Helen Moore and Aoife McGarrigle Thu 6 Sep Thu 4 ()ct. Screenprints by Glasgow School of Art graduates llelen Moore and Aoifc McGarrigle.
This section lists museums currently showing temporary exhibitions. For details of other permanent attractions, see Glasgow City Life, page 95.
ART GALLERY & MUSEUM, KELVINGROVE
Argyle Street. Kelvirigrove. 287 269‘). Mon Thu & Sat 10am 5pm; Fri & Stiii l lam 5pm. (‘afe. Free.
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A Kelvingrove Centenary t'niil spring 2002. A commemorative exhibition marking the centenary of the Art Gallery and Mtisetim. Kelvingrove. The well-loved sandstone building houses one of the finest civic art collections in liurope. featuring works by Botticelli. Rembrandt. Whistler and the Glasgow Boys and Girls. and was the venue for some of the finest exhibitions seen in Britain including Picasso-Matisse (1946). Van Gogli ( 1948) and Dali's Art In Jewels ( 19734).
AULD KIRK MUSEUM The Cross. Kirkintilloch. 578 0144. Tue-Sat 10am--1pm & 2—-5pm.
Oil, Ink And Water L'ntil Sat 22 Sep.
A selection of works from the permanent collection featuring Willie Rodger and Ruth Greer.
2060 Pollokshaws Road. 287 2550. Mon—Thu & Sat l0am~5pm; Fri & Stiii 1 1am» 5pm.
Ancient Egypt: Digging For Dreams Stiii 30 Sep. Over 100 rarely seen treasures from the collection of William Matthew l‘linders Petrie. described as the ‘Victorian Indiana Jones'. The exhibition includes a look at the origins of the iiiummy's curse; the idea of alien help in the building of the Pyramids at Giza: and Ancient ligyptian view s of the afterlife.
Daumier In The Burrell Collection l'ntil Sun 28 Get. A new display of a group of oils and w'atercolotirs by one of Sir William Burrell‘s favourite artists. Honore Daumier ( 1808 1871)).
GLASGOW BOTANIC GARDENS 730 Great Western Road. 334 2422. Daily 11am 4pm.
The Monday Art Group Thu
13 .Mon 24 Sep. An exhibition of paintings from a resident art group.
THE HILL HOUSE
l'pper (‘olquhoun Street. llelensbtirgh. 01436 673000. Daily 1.30pm 5.30pm. New Perceptions: New Directions 2001 t'niil ()c1 31. An exhibition of contemporary furniture. lighting and decorative glass from all over Britain.
Miegakari: Between Seen And Unseen l'ntil Wed 31 ()ct. ‘Miegakari’ is the term Used in Japanese garden design to create a suggestive atmosphere
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for a landscape. Japanese glass artist Keiko Mukaide and landscape architecture Tokiko Furuuchi have collaborated together to create an installation of glass. light. sotiiid and mist for Hill House which explores this concept of miegakari. l’ur! ofﬂlupun 2()()/.
HOUSE FOR AN ART LOVER Bellahotiston Park. 10 Dumbreck Road. 353 4773. Daily 10am-5pm. £3.50 (£2.50).
Stephen Bird ['ntil Tue 25 Sep. In association with (‘ompass Gallery. paintings and drawings by Stephen Bird. See also ('ompass Gallery entry.
L'niversity Avenue. 330 4221. Mon-Sat 9.30am—5pm.
Precious Stones Of Scotland l‘ri 14~Sun 23 Sep. Displays of some of the more remarkable gemstones and precious stones found in Scotland. Part of Scottish Geology Week.
MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT
Kelvin Hall. 1 Burnhouse Road. 287 2720. Mon-«Thu & Sat 10am 5pm: l‘ri & Stiii 1 lam-5pm.
Fire! l.‘nti1 Mon 31 Dec. The history of firefighting in the west of Scotland is documented in this exhibition featuring a I.eyland Firemaster engine gifted to the museum by the Strathclyde Fire Brigade and objects from the past and present.
PAISLEY MUSEUM & ART GALLERIES
High Street. 88‘) 3151. Tue Sat
l()aiii 5pm: Sun 2 5pm. Free.
High Street Art l'ntil Stiii 16 Sep. Writer and artist Duncan Brown joins forces with Sheila l‘aber to present his poetry in the form of pictures. utilising items like iiiatchboxes labels and bat'codes.
Riot And Rebellion l'titil Stiii l(i Sep. An exhibition comiiiemoratiiig the events of the Radical War of 1820 in Scotland and the deaths of the Radical leaders James Wilson. Andrew llardie and John Baird.
PEOPLE’S PALACE & WINTER GARDEN
Glasgow Green. 554 0223. Mon Thu & Sat 10am 5pm; l-i'i & Sun 1 lam 5pm. TRUE football l'ntil Stiii 28 ()ct.
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The highs and lows of the beautiful game are captured in this exhibition of photographs at the People’s Palace
collection of photography capturing the fans. historic moments. greatest tackles and goals from the beautiful game. NEW
QUEEN’S CROSS CHURCH
870 Garscube Road. 946 (i600. Mon—Fri l()aiii 5pm: Stiii 2—-5pm.
Resau Art Nouveau Network l'ntil Sun 16 Sep. Set tip in 199‘). the Resau Art .\'ouveau network links various European cities rich in art nouveau heritage together. The exhibition presented by the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society features banners and panels on each of the cities involved including Helsinki. Brussels. Vienna. Glasgow. Budapest and Barcelona. Stuart Macdonald Wed 12 Sep. 7pm. Members free (non-members £6). Stuart Macdonald from the Lighthouse gives a talk on the Resau Art .\'ouveau network.
ST MUNGO MUSEUM OF RELIGIOUS LIFE AND ART
2 (‘astle Street. 553 2557. Mon Thu it Sat 10am—5pm; Fri 8; Sun 1 1am~5pm. One Planet, One People t'ntit Sun 21 Get. An insight into the Baha‘i faith. one of the fastest growing world religions with a belief that Baha'ullah. a 19th century Iranian nobleman is the messenger of God for humanity.
THE TALL SHIP AT GLASGOW HARBOUR
l()(l Slobct‘oss Road. 3390631. Daily 10am 5pm. £3.50 (£2.95 ); accompanied children free.
When Ships Were Ships t'ntil Sun 30 Sep. A tribute to the maritime heritage of the ('lyde featuring prints by Gordon Bauwens.
Five Thousand Days At Sea An exhibition on board the only ('lydebuilt sailing ship still afloat in the l'K. documenting her adventures on the high seas between 1807 and 191‘).
Story In The Stones tl’umphotise Main Gallery ). An exhibition looking at the impact of the industrial ages on Glasgow harbour.
Morse And More (l’tiiiipliouse l.ow er Gallery ). A hands-on exhibition. aimed at children. looking at the world of coiiiiiiunication. You can operate a state- of-the-art optical telegraph tised in the Napoleonic wars. try otit the live—needle telegraph and crank tip World War 11 field telephones.