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Modern British Art - 100 Years of Paintings and Drawings until 4th May 2002

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148 West Regent Street Glasgow G2 2R0 Scotland Monday - Saturday 9.30am - 5.30pm Tel: 0141 221 3095/0141 204 0276 Fax: 0141 248 1322

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Also at: Glasgow Art Fair. George Square. Stand No.25. 11th - 14th April 2002

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GLASGOW ART FAIR, GEORGE SQUARE llth - 14th April 2002 Stand No.24

Forthcoming exhibitions: The New Generation Show June-July This year's graduates from Scottish Art Schools Peter Thomson Solo Exhibition

New Works by Smart liaton. Steven Anderson. Gareth Reid and Alison Gollings.

Sponsored by Scotwork Negotiating Skills

SCUleURK 178 West Regent Street Glasgow G2 4R1. Scotland Monday - Saturday 10.00am - 5.30pm Tel: 0141 221 6370 Fax: 0141 248 I322

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Sighthill Views - Images Of Asylum Seekers In Glasgow L'ntil Sun 19 May. Photographs by Guilhetn Alandry and Anna Kari of the Sighthill estate and the asylum seekers who live there.

ODavid Mach: Hell Bent L'ntil Sun 29 Sep. Fife-born David Mach. creator of Big Heids. the three huge steel heads on the M8. returns to Scotland with a major show of new and recent works. A space- man made from coat hangers. sculptures constructed entirely frotn matchsticks and collage works created by photographs donated by the people of Glasgow are just some of the weird and wonderful exhibits on show. l'ntil Sun 14 Apr. Mach and his team will be in the Earth Gallery con- structing a sculpture made from 50 tonnes of The Herald newspaper. with special late night openings until 8pm from Thu 1 Sat 13 Apr. See llitlist.


Rouken Glen Road. 6200235. Fri. Sun 8; Mon 1.30-5.30pm; Sat 1 l.30am---5.30pm. Spring Exhibition tintil Sun 14 Apr. Art exhibition of paintings including works by Jennifer Anderson. Kirsty Wither. Anne Mendelon. Colin Fraser and many others.


George Square. 553 1937 (recorded information); Tron Box Office 552 4267 (advance booking). Thu & Fri

10.30am -8pm; Sat 10.30am 6.30pm; Sun noon—6.30pm. For further information

GGIasgow Art Fair Thu 1 1<Sun 14 Apr. £4 (£2.50); children under 10 free. Now in its seventh year. Scotland’s nation- al contemporary art fair takes tip residence in George Square bringing together around 40 galleries from throughout the 1K and liurope. This year features a col- laborative exhibition from the (‘CA and 'I‘ramway. You Are Between Here And There and RAW: Real Art Weekend which involves the Arches. CCA. Gallery ()f Modern An. Glasgow School of Art. the Lighthouse and 'i‘ramway. See Arches list- ing for club events. See llitlist. NEW SHOW.


148 West Regent Street. 221 3095. Mon—Sat 9.30am- 5.30pm.

Modern British Paintings And Drawings L'ntil Sat 4 May. Modern British paintings and drawings by Gillies. liardley. Mc'l‘aggart. Blackadder. Reeves and many others pIUs sculpture by Dennis Shields. Dennis Westwood. Ann Christopher. James Castle and Tom Allan.


Cafe Cosmo. 12 Rose Street. 332 6535. Mon—Sat 10.30am—9pm.

GFT Young Fllmmakers L'ntil Tue 30 Apr. Pupils at St Paul‘s primary school explore the experiences of asylum seekers and refugee children.


22 8t 25 King Street. 552 ()704. Tue—Sat 10am-- 5.30pm.

James Macdonald: Reflections l'ntil Sat 25 May. A new collection of oil paintings by Scottiin artist James .‘ylacdonald.

Scott Campbell - Colourworks I'ntil Sat 25 May. Scott Campbell explores the aesthetic experience created by the multi-lay ered surface and interaction of colour using traditional screenprinting techniques.

Damian Henry - Everyday Lines I'nttl Sat 25 May. Iitchings of the human figure by Damian Henry.

THE GLASGOW PROJECT ROOM Top floor. ()4 ()sborne Street. 552 1472. Tue Sat noon 5pm.

Will Holt and Amy Wilson I'ntil Sat 13 Apr. New work by Will Holt. Amy Wilson and others from the environmental art course.

Belinda Guidi Mon 22 Sat 27 Apr. New work.


The Mackintosh Gallery. 167 Renfrew Street. 353 4500. Mon—Thu 10am—7pm; Fri 10am—5pm; Sat 10am-noon.

Alive Until Fri 3 May (Mackintosh Gallery). An exhibition of drawings made by secondary school pupils from all over the L'K as part of a Glasgow School of Art. Royal Academy and Yakult Outreach programme.

Life-Lines L'ntil Sat 27 Apr (Atrium. Podium and Mackintosh Gallery). Students from the schools of architecture. design and fine art reveal their different approaches to drawing life studies. Studies And Academies tintil Sat 27 Apr (Mackintosh Gallery). Life drawings by Barry Atherton. lecturer and painter in the first year department of Fine Art. drawn from his current exhibition at the Pentagon Centre. Continuing Education tintil Fri 12 Apr (Newbery Gallery). An exhibition of work resulting from classes taken by children and adults within the department of Continuing Education. Printmaking Thu 18—Thu 25 Apr (Newbery Gallery). New work by students from the printmaking department. NEW SHOW.


97 St Georges Road. 333 0534. Daily 10am— 10pm.

Subscapes L'ntil Mon 29 Apr. Abstract cartoonish acrylic paintings by Ryan lixidore based on his doodles and sketches.


182 Bath Street. 333 1991. Mon—Fri 10.30am---5pm; Sat 10.30am— 1pm. Mixed Exhibition L'ntil Tue 30 Apr. A selection of paintings. oils and watercolours by 19th and 20th century artists.

HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY I'niversity of Glasgow. 82 Iiillhead Street. 330 5431. Mon—Sat 9.30am-~5pm. Free.

Prints By The Carracci L'ntil Sat 1 Jun. An exhibition focusing on the work of the celebrated Carracci family who worked in Bologna at the end of the 16th century. Ludovico ( 1555-1619). Agostino ( 1557 ~- 1602) and Annibale

( 1560- 1609) collaborated as painters. but printmaking was an also essential part of their output.

The Hill House t'ntil Sat 27 Apr. A small display presenting a selection of Mackintosh's designs for the Hill Ilouse in Helensburgh. designed between 1902 and 1904 and considered as Mackintosh’s domestic masterpiece.


18 King Street. 552 2540. Tue—Sat

1 lam—5.30pm.

Quiet Noise: Adinda van T Klooster L'ntil Sat 20 Apr. Dutch artist Adinda van T Klooster challenges the viewer to explore the hidden music found in everyday sounds in this solo show of video. sound. installation and sculpture. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.


l 1 Mitchell Lane. 221 6362. Mon. Wed. Fri & Sat 10.30am 5pm; Tue

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

creativescotland l.'ntil Mon 2 Dec. Throughout the year. the Lighthouse will be showcasing a changing display of the work of Scotland's creative entrepreneurs in advertising. architecture. fashion. design. film. video. music and digital media.

Anatomy Of The House t'ntil Sun 26 May. The first of three annual touring exhibitions created by The Lighthouse as part of the National Architecture Programme. Anatomy ()f'l'lie House is an accessible and interactive show which has been designed to develop an understanding of our built environment.

Created by Graven ltnages. the exhibition includes historical examinations of five major types of Scottish domestic architecture together with a number of contemporary case studies. See review.

India Of Inchinnan L'ntil Sun 26 May (Review Gallery). An exhibition which chronicles the social and architectural history of the India of Inchinnan art deco building. Tableware by Lapland l'ntil Sun 14 Apr (Fourth lloor. Alcove). Art and design collective Lapland explore the social importance of the table in this installation which involves tables and tableware with objects curated and produced by Hugh Pizey. Patrick Macklin. Chris Wallace. Kate Davis. Andrew Forrester. Kirsty Stanstield and Iiimer Birkbeck. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.

RSA Student Design Awards l.'nti1 Sun 28 Apr (Circulation Area). Front graphics and animation to product design and jewellery. this annual exhibition showcases the best student design projects in the UK.


Station Road. Milngavie. 578 8847. Tue-Sat 10am— 1 pm. 2—5pm.

Cool Shadows, Icy Waters Ifntil Wed 17 Apr. Scottish landscape paintings by various artists.

Young People’s Art L'ntil Wed I7 Apr. Paintings. prints. drawings and sculpture by participants attending the gallery's art classes.


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

The House Of Cher L'ntil Wed 17 Apr. A group exhibition by staff at the dental practice and gallery. many of whom are practising artists working with sculpture and video. Artists include Mary Redmond. Anne-Marie Copestake. Jim McChesney. Lloyd Jerome. Camilla Low and Laura Steele. The biography of a lie Sat 20 Apr—Wed 8 May. New work by Glasgow-based artists Kate Foster and Stephanie Connelly. NEW SHOW.

MERCHANT SQUARE Candleriggs. Merchant City.

The Alternative Art Fair L’ntil Tue 23 Apr. Contemporary art works from various galleries including Phoenix Contemporary Gallery. Pivotal Art and the Rowan Gallery.


221 West George Street. 248 9755. Mon—Fri 10am—5.30pm: Sat 10am—2pm.

Mixed Exhibition L'ntil Wed 24 Apr. A selection of Scottish paintings by gallery artists.

Shona Kinloch Thu 25 Apr—Sat 18 May. Bronze sculptures by renowned sculptor Shona Kinloch. NEW SHOW.


36 Washington Street. 221 2123. Mon—Fri 9am~5pm.

Studies And Academies t'ntil Fri 26 Apr. Drawings by Barry Atherton. See also Glasgow School of Art.


6 Wilson Street. Merchant City. 552 0702. Tue Fri 1 lam ~6pm; Sat

10am -6pm; Stilt 1 5pm.

Mixed Exhibition Work by contemporary tip-and-coming Scotland- based artists.


Centre For Developmental Arts. 18 Albion Street. 552 2822. Mon Fri 10am 5pm.

Travellers’ Tales t'ntil Fri 19 Apr. Visual impressions recorded as part of a cultural exchange between Glasgow and St I’etersburg.