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


I64 Woodlands Road. 332 0028. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm: Sat l0am—l2.30pm.

My Summer I'ntil Fri 30 .\'ov. Paintings by a selection of gallery artists reflecting on the summer including Lin Pattullo. Helen Turner. Hamish MacDonald. lid Hunter and James ()rr.


253 Arger Street. 090] 022 0300. Daily Ham—midnight.

Please Dress Sat 8—-Wed 19 Dec. New work by founder metnber of lidinburgh- based costume company Metacorpus. which blurs the boundaries between painting and sculpture. garment and canvas. installation and performance. You can touch and try on costumes at these special drop-in sessions which take place on 8 & 13—16 Dec from ttoon~6pm. NEW SHO‘."./.

ART EXPOSURE GALLERY 19Parnie Street. 552 7779. Mon-Sat noon—5pnr

Jacqueline Marr t'mil Thu 29 Nov. A solo show of figurative works by Duncan ofJordanstone graduate Jacqueline Marr. inspired by old masters and contemporary dance.

Director’s Choice t'ntil Thu 29 .\'m. A pie-Christmas preview of specially selected small works.

Kara Law t'ntil Thu 29 Nov. Contemporary jewellery.

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10 Mitchell Lane. 572 l-I-IS. Mon—Sat Ilam—midnight; Sun noon~midnight. Lifeform L'ntil l-‘ri 30 .\'ov. A series of monochrome images by Ryan Iixidore created frotn layers of digitally scanned textures taken from everyday sources such a bubble wrap and discarded pill packets. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.


I34 Blythswood Street. 332 4027. Mon—Hi 9.30am—-5.30pm; Sat l0am--1pm. James Fullarton L'ntil Sat 22 Dec. Recent paintings.

Christine McArthur L'ntil Sat 22 Dec. Paintings.


l0 King Street. 5530733. Mon—Sat l0.30am—midnight; Sun I- llptn. Jeffrey Kilmer - Spout tintil t-‘ri 3t

.\'ov. A photographic documentary of the

streets of St Petersburg by .\'ew York-based

photographer Jeffrey Kilmer.


350 Sauchiehall Street. 352 4900. Sun—Wed l lam-13pm; Thu—Sat

l lam—8pm.

Words & Things l'ntil Sun 23 Dec (CCA 2 & 3). The newly refurbished CCA opens its visual arts season with an exhibition curated by Frances McKee which looks at the human fascination with objects. McKee invited .\'ew York- based artists Mark Dion and Cheryl Donegan. internet art pioneers Jodi and Glasgow-based Simon Starling to

produce new work for the gallery spaces.

Ed and Ellis In Ever Ever Land L'ntil Sun 23 Dec (CCA l & (i).

Rotterdam—based artists Tracy Mackenna

and lidwin Janssen's commission for the newly refurbished CCA looks at the notion of Scottishness. Along with a DVD installation. the artists present two

text blankets resulting from conversations

with people on their travels. A public

studio will also be set tip during the show

where visitors will be invited to contribute to a third blanket. Projector Thu 29 Nov. l0.30am—-opm. £10»-£l5.A unique one-day event dedicated to animation. highlighting what‘s happening today in Scotland and across the world.

New Media: Networks Fri 30 Nov—Sat 1 Dec. £l5 (£l0) (C(‘A 4 &

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Glasgow Print Studio Gallery

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22/25 King Street. Glasgow GI SQP

Open:Tues.Wed. Fri. Sat: |0am-S.30pm Thursday: |0am-7pm. Sunday: I2-Spm tel: OI4| 552 0704 web: www.gpsart.co.uk

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CCA 5). A one-day conference looking at the development of on-line and off-line networks for the communication of networked art and culture.

Desktop Icons Hi 30 Nov. 7pm. £4 (£2.50). New Media Scotland present a programme of short digital films and videos by Scottish and international artists curated by lliyana .\'edkova. Artists include Chris Cunningham. Matt Hulse. Beagles and Ramsay and Kristin Lucas. Concrete Hum Wed 5 Dec. 7pm. £5 (£4) (CCA 5). Chaired by the sound artist and musician Scanner. this discussion examines the relationship between sound. architecture and the city. Speakers include visual artists Adam Chod/co. architect Ben Kelly and (ierrie \'an .\'oord from Artangel.

Connected? Thu (i Dec. 10pm. £4 (£2.50) (CCA 4). l’orming part of [DU]. the annual celebration of Finland‘s independence from Russia (6 December |97l ). the CCA welcomes a showcase of video-based work by leading artists based in Helsinki. I‘eatured artists include Sally Tykka and lleli Rekula who both represented Finland at this year's Venice Biennale; Vanni Niemi-Junkola; and liija- Lisa Ahtila who will have a solo show at Tate Modern next year. See Artbeat.


liastwood Park. Rouken (ilen Road. 577 4970.

Glasgow Southern Art Club Sun 2 Dec. l-—5pm. An exhibition and sale of paintings by members of the Southern (ilasgow Art Club.


35a Dalhousie Street. 332 4969. Mon—Sat noon—5.30pm.

Modern Ceramic Design t'ntil Hi 30 Nov. (ilasgow's newest gallery. Iiireworks Studio. features modern ceramic design by resident potters Alistair Dearie. Tom lilliot. Todd (Earner. Mary Anne Hunt. Allan McKeown. Ailsa ()‘Leary and Katy West.


86 Miller Street. 22] 1568.

Way Out l'ntil Fri 30 Nov. Paintings by Ali Hendrick. You can also view her work on on-linc gallery ww w. eklectioncont


3] Chisholm Street. (entrance through salon). 5.52 7100. Sat Wed l0.30am---o.30pm; 'I'hu & liri

l0.30am 7.30pm.


Simon Starling explores the value of mass produced objects as part of Words 8: Things at the CCA

Relay Sun 9 Dec—Sat 5 Jan. Set up in I997. the Free Gallery housed underneath a hairdressers reopens after major reftn‘bishment with an exhibition of diverse work. Featured artists include Stephen Dickie. Ryan lixidore. Alex l‘rost. I-lrafnildur Halldorsdottir. Helen Hemsley. Damien Shields and Lynsey Wells. See Artbeat. NEW SHOW.


IS Castlemilk Arcade. 63-1 2603. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm.

Somewhere In Time Mon 3—Fri 21 Dec. Photographs of the Outer Hebrides by Frank Creighton. NEW SHOW.

GALLERY OF MODERN ART Queen Street. 229 I996. Mon—Thu (Si; Sat 10am—5pm; Fri 6; Sun I lam—5pm. Glasgow School Of Art Graduate Series L'ntil Fri 30 Nov (Lower Air Gallery and Top Floor lillipse Rotunda). Glasgow School ot’Art graduates Peter Bradford. Stuart Murray. Leigh-Ann Parker. Ann Shaw. Doris \I'oetter and Sarah Walton have been given the opportunity to show their work in (i()MA. Working in a range of mediums. the works include large-scale etchings. painting. installation. sculpture and video. LAST CHANCE TO SEE. Typical Men: Recent Photography Of The Male Body By Men L'ntil Sun 27 Jan. A range of photographic work of the male body made in the last two decades of the 20th century by artists living in the l'nited States and Iiurope. Featured artists include Sunil (iupta. Robert Mapplethorpe. John Coplans. Rotitni l-‘ani-Kayode and Duane Michals. Dykes In The City Screenings l'ntil Sun 27 Jan (L'pper Round Room) Daily screenings of live short films made by the LIPS. (Lesbians in Peer Support) Youth (iroup following a period of scriptvvriting and technical training at the (ilasgow Media Access Centre.


Cafe Cosmo. 12 Rose Street. 332 (i535. Mon—Sat l().3()am—9pm.

Stars L'ntil Fri 30 Nov. A photographic exhibition documenting the stars of the stage and screen boarding Air France planes from the last 30 years.

Clare Galloway Sat l-—Mon 31 Dec. Recent paintings by Scottish artist and (ilasgow School of Art graduate. Clare (ialloway. NEW SHOW.