Exhibitions are listed alphabetically by city and category, then alphabetically by venue. Please send details to our office at least ten days before publication. Art listings compiled by Helen Monaghan.

Glasgow Galleries


164 Wotxllands Road. 332 0028. Mon——l-‘ri 10am—5pm: Sat 10am—12.30pm.

Mixed Exhibition Until Wed 31 ()ct. A selection of paintings by Scottish artists including John Bathgate. J.D. Henderson and Alastair Buchanan.


1‘) Parnie Street. 552 777‘). Mon—Sat noon—5pm.

Inspiration 2001 Until Mon 1 ()ct. A look at what inspires artists to paint featuring a new suite of figurative paintings by Todd (Earner: cityscapes by Bill Kneale; ceramic painting by lid Smith; oils by Tim (‘ockburn and new work by Nicole Baudon.

Director’s Choice tfntil Mon I ()ct. New jewellery in metal by Lisa (iovan inspired lidward Weston's photograph Swirl. (Ill/It's. m‘r'mls.


185a Bath Street. 222 2830. Tue Sat 10am—5.30pm.

Mixed Show t'ntil Wed 31 ()ct. A mixed show of paintings including works by Donald McLeod. liuan Mc(iregor. Peter Murray. (ieorge Horn. (iraeme Sharp. Scott Riley and Kate l‘rame. plus ceramics. glasswork and jewellery.

ROGER BILLCLIFFE FINE ART 134 Blythswood Street. 332 4027. Mon—Fri ‘).30am-«5.30pm; Sat

10am— 1 pm.

A Collectors Eye Until Tue 25 Sep. An exhibition and sale of contemporary paintings from the collection of the recently retired (ilasgow architect John Thomson. The show features works by David Donaldson. James Robertson. Alberto Morrocco and Alexander (ioudie.

Encounter Until Tue 25 Sep. New paintings by Sarah (‘arrington. limma Davis. Matthew Draper and Ross Ryan. Movers And Shakers t'ntil Tue 25 Sep. (‘ontemporary silverware by Linda Robertson. llelen Marriott. Marianne Kane. Yvonne Renouf Smith. (‘ara Murphy and Alfred Pain.

David Cohen [Tntil Tue 25 Sep. (‘eramic forms.

Lorraine Robson t’ntil Tue 25 Sep. New ceramics.

Jonathan Meuli: Re-Inventing Painting Sat 2‘) Sep Tue 23 ()ct. In his first major show in fifteen years. Jonathan Meuli takes traditional art forms. in particular watercolour landscape and transforms them using photography to produce multiple images. over-writing with texts. NEW SHOW.

CAFE COSSACHOK GALLERY l0 King Street. 553 0733. Mon Sat 10.30am—tnidnight; Sun 1~1 1pm.

L. Kosmina Until Sat 2‘) Sep. l-‘igurative sculptures of birds. animals and people by this tfkrainian born. (ilasgow-bascd artist.

CELTIC FOOTBALL CLUB Kcrrydale Suite. Kcrrydale Street. Parkhead. 0151 64‘) 00‘)‘). Mon Sun 10am 5.30pm.

Contemporary Fine Art L'ntil Sat 2‘) Sep. An exhibition of contemporary fine art by 30 artists and designers from Nottingham and the Wirral.


36 West (leorge Street. 332 5551. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm; Sun noon—--5pm. Mixed Exhibition An ongoing exhibition of work by various artists. Castaway l'ntil Sun 23 Sep. (‘oastal landscapes by various artists including Derek llare. John Lowrie Morrison. Penelope Starey. Reuben (‘olley. Lawrence (‘oulson and Wendy McBride.


University of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 552 4400 ext 2682. Mon Fri 10am 5pm; Sat noon—4pm.

The Snake In The Garden: Exhibition Until Sat 13 ()ct (closed 22 24 Sep). An international exhibition focusing on new developments in slipware featuring life-size figurative sculptures. installations for interior design and functional pots. The work of over 30 ceramicists frotn Britain. l-‘rance. (iermany. the Netherlands. Denmark. Norway. Canada. Australia and America is included in the display.


178 West Regent Street. 221 6370. Mon Sat 10am»5.30pm.

Stephen Bird [Tntil Wed 26 Sep. Paintings. sculpture and ceramics by Stephen Bird inspired by archetypal themes of birth. life and death. See also Home For All Art Lover. Contemporary Scottish Paintings, Prints, Drawings And Sculpture During ()ct. paintings. prints. drawings and sculpture by leading. young and established artists including Knox. Thomson. l’lockhart. Buchan. llanna. 'l’aylor. 'I'weedie and many others.


35a Dalhousie Street. 332 496‘).

Mon Sat noon-5.30pm.

Modern Ceramic Design l'ntil Fri 30 Nov. (ilasgow's newest gallery. Fireworks Studio. features tnodern ceramic design by resident potters Alistair Dearie. Tom lilliot. Todd (Earner. Mary-Anne llunt. Allan McKeown. Ailsa ()'l.eary and Katy West.


18 (‘astlemilk Arcade. 634 2603.

Mon- Sat 10am—5pm.

Kathleen Little 171101 Fri 2] Sep. A photographic exhibition by Kathleen Little documenting the Simon (‘ommunity developments throughout (ilasgow.

GALLERY OF MODERN ART Queen Street. 22‘) 1‘)‘)6. Mon Thu 8; Sat 10am 5pm; Fri 8.; Stilt 1 lam 5pm. Jerwood Painting Prize Exhibition L'ntil Stilt 21 ()ct. llonottring the best in contemporary painting. the Jerwood Painting Pri/e

the largest single prize awarded to one artist tours outside London for the first time with the work of the six shortlisted artists. Highlights include the winning paintings by Katie Pratt; Tim Renshaw‘s intricate. beautifully executed patterns which resemble magnified silicon chips and Ian Davenport's mesmerising poured paintings using household gloss. Glasgow School Of Art Graduate Series Until l-‘ri 30 Nov- (Lower Air (iallery and Top Floor lillipse Rotunda). (ilasgow School of Art graduates Peter Bradford. Stuart Murray. Leigh-Ann Parker. Ann Shaw. Doris Voetter and Sarah Walton have been given the opportunity to show their work in (}()MA. Working in a range of mediums. the works include large-scale etchings. painting. installation. sculpture and video.


Rouken (ilen Road. 620 0235. Fri. Sttn & Mon 1.30 5..31)ptn;Sat

1 1.30am 5.30pm.

The September Show L'ntil Mon I ()ct. New work by invited gallery artists.


148 West Regent Street. 221 30‘)5. Mon—Sat ‘).30am—5.30pm.

20th Century British Paintings And Drawings t'ntil Sat 2‘) Sep. Recent acquisitions including works by Rcdpath. 1-‘ergusson. (iill. liardley and many others.

Modern British Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture During Oct. a selection of paintings. drawings and sculptures by modern British artists including (ilasgow School artists. Vaughan. Paterson. Redpath. (‘owie. (iaudier-Brszeska. Blackaddcr. llunter. Pet'gttssort. (’adell and many others.


(‘afe (‘osmo. 12 Rose Street. 332 6535. Mon Sat 10.30am—‘)pm. Viewpoints l7ntil Sun 30 Sep. Photographic works based around the theme of landscape by (ilasgow School of Art graduates Susan Baker and Riel.


22 & 25 King Street. 552 0704. Tue Sat 10am 5.30pm.

Stuart Duffin - Sacred Science l'ntil Sat 6 ()ct. Mex/.otints. paintings and etchings inspired by a recent exchange visit to Jerusalem. working at the Jerusalem Print Workshop.

Murray Robertson - Uncertain Pantheon l'ntil Sat 6 ()ct. 'l‘raditional and digitally manipulated prints inspired by cultures past and present.

Ian McNicol t7ntil Sat 6 ()ct. Architectural and abstract imagery combine in .\1c.\'icol‘s new body of work which utilises traditional printmaking techniques.

Tricia Murray - Scratching The Surface l'titil Sat 6 ()ct. Silver

jewellery by Tricia Murray.


(iround 1’1oor. Princes Square. Buchanan Street. 221 8162. Mon Sat 10am 6pm: Stm 11am 5pm.

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

GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART The Mackintosh (iallery. 167 Renfrew Street. 3534500. Mon Fri 10am—5pm: Sat 10am noon.

0 Shingu l'ntil Sat 27 ()ct (Mackintosh (iallcry). 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 llitlist.

Osszefuggesek lfntil l‘ri 21 Sep (Atrium (iallery. l-‘oulis Building. Open: Mon Fri 10am 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 [Tniversity of (ilasgow. 82 llillhead Street. 330 5431. Mon- Sat

‘).30am 5pm. Free.

Fantasy To Nightmare: A Glimpse lnto Callot’s World l'ntil Sat 12 Jan. Jacques (‘allot

l l5‘)2 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.

Glasgow 1901: Views Of An Exhibition l'ntil Sat 1‘) Jan. (llasgow‘s International lixhibition of 1‘)0l featured elaborate exhibition halls. gardens. tea and coffee houses. pavilions frotn around the globe and a new civic art gallery. Scottish artist Muirhead Bone ( 1876 1053) recorded these sights and a small collection of his works in presented in the display.

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Here + Now: Scottish Art 1990-2001 The final exhibition in a series which traces the history of Scottish art from 1945. Focusing on the years 1990 to 2001, Christine Borland, Roddy Buchanan. Dalziel + Scullion. Douglas Gordon. Callum lnnes, Ross Sinclair and Alison Watt are among this impressive line-up. DCA, Generator, McManus Galleries, Dundee; Aberdeen Art Gallery and Peacock Visual Arts, Aberdeen, until Sun 4 Nov.

Rachel Whiteread For over twelve years. London-born Turner Prize winner Rachel Whiteread has been casting everyday objects from mattresses and wardrobes to an entire house. This exhibition of fourteen major works, co-organised by the Serpentine Gallery in London, is Whiteread's first show in Scotland. A must-see. See feature. National Gallery Of Modern Art, Edinburgh, Sat 29 Sep—Sun 9 Dec.

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 Neudecker. Tramway, Glasgow, until Sun 28 Oct.

Ed Ruscha The seminal Los Angeles Pop artisr Ed Ruscha shows hyper-realist paintings of snow-capped mountain ranges. encoded with his trademark cryptic text. Inver/eith House, Royal Botanic Garden, until 74 Oct.

Shingu An insight into the work of the internationally acclaimed Japanese artist Susumu Shingu. famed for his award-winning kinetic sculptures. Glasgow School of Art. Glasgow, until Sat 27 Oct.

Nic l-less Swiss artist Nic Hess creates site-specific wall-based collages made up of brand name logos. See preview. Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, Sat 29 Sep—Sat 24 Nov

A Perfect World At Last: Daniel Reeves New works investigating themes of human suffering by the Edinburgh-based filmmaker and artist Daniel Reeves. Street Level, Glasgow, Tue 2 Oct-Sat 70 Nov.

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