Art listings

{ Glasgow Galleries continued PROJECT ABILITY

Centre For Developmental Arts. 18 Albion Street. 552 2822. Mon~Pri 10am—5 m.

Portra t8 Until Fri 26 ()ct. An exhibition of portraits made by and of Project Ability's workshop artists to mark the tenth anniversary of the centre.


118 Douglas Street. 248 6386. Mon—Fri 10.30am—5pm: Sat 10.30am—lpm.

Amaryllls Johnston, Joyce Peterson and Sullivan Strachan Until Sat 6 ()ct. Oil paintings.

On The Lip Sat 13 ()et-Sat 27 ()et. New paintings by Delia Baillie.


2 Sauchiehall Street. 353 8000. Daily 10am—6pm. Later on concert nights. Dee File Mon 8—Sat 27 ()ct. Recent paintings by Glasgow School of Art graduate Dee Fife.

We Belong To Glasgow tTntil Fri 5 Oct. Figurative abstract-style paintings by the Russian artist Maxim Demidov depicting views of (ilasgow. its people, art and music.

Young Swedish Design Exhlbltlon Fri 12—Sun 28 ()ct. Set up in 1998 by Svensk Form. the Swedish Design Association. this annual design award showcases the work of young Swedish designers featuring furniture. interior design.

glass and ceramics. textiles and graphic


St Andrew’s Street. 548 6020. For more

information about tentoten e-mail Magical Medley Fri 12 ()ct.

8.30pm. Phil Kay headlines this charity

event featuring performance. comedy. storytelling. poetry and music. Organised by tentoten -- two (ilasgow- based artists. Vrnda Daktor and Genevieve Bayman the event aims to raise funds for their public artwork entitled The House which when complete will comprise of a house filled with water.


St Vincent Street. 560 8364. wwwoctoberorguk

October: contemporary art in St Vincent Street tintil Wed 31 Oct. This unique public art project organised by Katie lixley and Karla Black in association with the (ilasgow Project Room features the work of 31

Glasgow-based artists located in shops.

cafés. offices. banks. churches. pavements and walls. During the month. each artist is allocated one day in which to present their work. Artists include Joanne Tatham 8; Tom O'Sullivan. Hayley and Sue Tompkins. Mick Peter. Justin Carter. Toby Paterson. Sally ()sborn. David Sherry and Ross Birrell.


6 Burnfield Road. (iiffnoek. 638 1200. Tue—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun noon» 5pm: Cresswell Lane (off Byres Road). 638 1200. Tue—Sat 1 lam—5.30pm; Sun noon—5pm. Scotland‘s largest selection of affordable original art with an ott— line gallery featuring over 1000 paintings.


26 King Street. 552 2151. Tue Sat 10am—5.30pm.

A Perfect World At Last: Daniel Reeves tintil Sat 10 Nov. Born in Washington in 1948. Edinburgh-based filmmaker and artist Daniel Reeves has produced videos. multimedia installations and digital

92 THE LIST 4-18 Oct 2001

Photographs by Kirsten Scheuerl documenting Glasgow’s homeless on show at the Great Eastern Hotel

paintings which my estigate themes of human suffering. 011 show for the first time in Scotland. Reeves' new work includes a large-scale light box wall installation entitled In The ll'um/s ()1. (im/ Rea/(aural: and a fifteen minute moving image work .S'lu'li/m/t'I/I. Daniel Reeves Talk 'I‘ue () ()et. 3pm. American lilmmakcr and artist Daniel Reeves talks about his work.


42 ()tago Lane. 357 4524.1)aily 11.30am 10pm.

Peter Mulhern t'ntil Wed 31 Oct. Paintings inspired by Scotlanth cnviromnent by Peter Mulhern.


25 Albert Drive. 287 3900. Tue Sat iyoon 8pm; Sun noon 6pm.

‘4 Total Object Complete With Missing Parts l'ntil Sun ls ()et ('l‘ramway 2). Taking its title from a text by Samuel Beckett. a major exhibi- tion of new and recent work by twelve l'K—based international artists including Simon Starling. Joao Penalva. Mariele Neutlecker and Angela Bulloch. See review and llitlist.

Ilana Halperin t'ntil Sun 28 Oct (Project Room). Awarded a 'l'ramway Dark Lights commission. new work by New York-born artist Ilana llalperin featuring sculpture. video. photographs and drawing.

Senselessness - lessness t‘ntil Sun 2S ()el (Video Room). A show reel of new and recent works in \ ideo and lilm by artists from (ilasgow. London. .‘ylanchester and Berlin. including Stuart (iurdcn. Scott .‘yly'les. Michelle Naismith. l‘red Pedersen. Jens \"ol//l)zt\'id Sherry and lilla Ziegler.


28 King Street. 552 4813. Tue Sat llam 5pm.

Members Show Tue 9 Sat 27 ()et. A group show of work by members who are each invited to submit one piece of work. NEW SHOW.


63 'l'rongate. 552 4267.

Clare Galloway l'ntil Sun 21 ()ct.

Recent paintings by Scottiin artist and (ilztsgow School of Art graduate. (‘lare (ialloway.


18 Albion Street. 552 2822. Mon Fri 10am 5pm.

Retrospective 1'ntil Fri 26 ()ct. Recent work by 'l'rongate Studios artist Alasdair Buchanan.

24 HOUR VIEWING WINDOW 264 High Street. 572 0161. Pamela Wells: Colourblind l'ntil Sun 14 ()ct. Pamela Wells explores the subject (ll-[311881011 and conunitment to football in this new body of work. and in particular. the rivalry between (‘eltic and Rangers. l'sing sewn plastic. beads and sequins to form patterns. images and text. found objects are renewed and repositioned.


Department Of Architecture. 131 Rottenrow. 548 3007. Mon l'i‘i 0.30am 5.30pm.

Strathclyde Architects Look To Switzerland Thu 1 1 ()ct & 'l'hu l8 ()et. 6pm. l’ree. .'\ series of lectures delivered by intertuttionally' recognised

Swiss architects celebrating Swit/erland's place as recognised world leader in creating buildings that address 21st century challenges of space. sustaiiutbility and the city. First up is Peter .\larkli of Zurich. renowned for his rigot'ous concrete buildings. on Thu ll ()ct. Marcel .\leili til~ Marcel .\leili and Markus Peter. Zurich giye a talk on Thu 18 ()ct.

A Matter Of Art, Contemporary Architecture In Switzerland ’I‘hu 1 1 Oct Hi 16 .\'ov. An e\hibition celebrating contemporary Swiss architecture to accompany the series of lectures. NFVV SHOW.

Cinema And Architecture Tue 16 ()ct. 6pm. A series of films looking at Swiss architecture featuring l/ (iinIsu/e :1 House Near liemm by ('hristoph Schath and Marcel .\leili.


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w wwvisionon200 l A new internet site dedicated to showcasing the work of three (ilasgow-based artists each month. lfyou haye a proposal for the \'isioii()n website. email

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James McLardy, Robin Miller and Michael Johnson t'ntil Wed 31 Oct. The work of three more artists goes on-line.

WHERE THE MONKEY SLEEPS lb’2 \Vesl Regent Street. 226 3406. Mon liri 7am 1 1pm: Sat 8am 1 1pm: Stilt 10am 11pm.

Helen Moore and Aoife McGarrigle t'ntii Thu 4 ()ct. Screenprints by (ilasgow School of Art graduates liclen .\loore and Aoife

.\lc( iarrigle.