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

Glasgow Galleries


16-1 Woodlands Road. 332 0028. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm: Sat l()am—l2.3()pm.

Mixed Exhibition L'ntil Sat 2‘) Jun. A selection of paintings by gallery artists.


Glasgow Caledonian L'niversity. Cowcaddens Road. 331 3000. Mon. Tue & Thu 7.3()am-—‘).3()pm: Wed

1 lam—9.30pm; Fri 7.30am—8.3()pm; Sat & Still l().3()ani—-1.3()pm.

Painting Exhibition [Tntil Fri 7 Jun. An exhibition of paintings featuring portraits and landscapes by four (ilasgow artists David Smith. Stephen Smith. Bobby Donnelly and liddie McMillan.


253 Argyle Street. 0901 ()2: 0300. Lomo Scotland l'ntil Still 30 Jun. The results of a year-long lomography project in which six lomographers documented (ilasgow on a daily basis through the lens of a lolno camera.


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

The Scottish Show Fri 7 Jun Mon 2‘) Jul. An exhibition of Scottish paintings by new and regular exhibitors including landscapes by James MacAulay and David Marshall and a selection of small landscapes priced under £100. NEW SHOW.

Wilson Mitchell Fri 7 Jun Mon 2‘) Jttl. A new suite of quirky studies of people by Wilson Mitchell and figurative works by Lee Robertson.

The Bigger Picture Fri 7 Jtm -Mon 2‘) Jul. A selection of large-scale paintings by some of the gallery's favourite painters.

Director’s Choice Fri 7 Jun» Mon 2‘) Jul. New paintings by Tim (‘ockburn on a dancing theme.


185a Bath Street. 222 2830. Tue~Sat l()am~5.3()pm.

The Glasgow Group Sun ‘)——Sun 30 Jun. An exhibition of work by the (ilasgow (iroup featuring (iregor Smith. Anda Paterson. Tom McKendrick and liveleen Wright.

ROGER BILLCLIFFE FINE ART I34 Blytltswood Street. 332 4027. Mon—Fri ‘).30am- 5.30pm: Sat

1()am—- 1 pm.

Ten Years On Sat 8 Jun-~Wed 31 Jul. The gallery celebrates its tenth birthday with three fioors of work by almost all of the artists and designers who have ever shown there. NEW SHOW.

Amy Cushing and James Griffin Sat 8 Jun—Wed 31 Jul. Two small solo shows of work by glassmaker Amy Cushing and jewellery by James Griffin.

CAFE COSSACHOK GALLERY 10 King Street. 5530733. Mon—Sat l0.30am—midnight; Sun 1—1 1pm. Kaleidoscope tintil Sat 8 Jun. Paintings. drawings. prints and other media by artists from Eastern Europe. What’s Left of the Composition Still ‘) Still 30 Jun. Paintings by Scott McGowan.


350 Sauchiehall Street. 352 4900. Stm Wed 11am 6pm; Thu Sat 11am 8pm.

0 Lei Cox tintil Sat 13 Jul ((‘CA 1.2 8: 3). The first major solo exhibition of work by Dundee-based artist l.ei Cox who exhibits video and sound installa- tions. The show features several new pieces including Monument and In Conversation H‘fI/l .Wys't'lji See llillist. Freeflow: Young People’s Art Project Exhibition L'ntil Sun 16 Jun (CCA 6). An exhibition showcasing the results of a series of collaborative projects which have taken place over the past two years between artists and young people. Coordinated by Scottish Natural Heritage. the projects explored Scotland‘s woodland and marine environments. using a variety of approaches to the use of digital media.

Freeflow: Closing Event and Artist Discussion Sat 15 Jun. 2—4.30pm (CCA 6). Artists co-ordinating the Freefiow projects give a talk.

0 Glasgow School of Art Degree Show - Video Screenings Tue I l—Fri 28 Jun (noon—7pm); Stilt noon—6pm (closed Mon 17 Jun). (CCA 4). Video and film screenings by undergraduates at (ilasgow School of Art.

John Smith Thu 13 Jun. 7pm. £4 (£2.50). (CCA 4). Leading British filmmaker John Smith talks about his work from the 70s to the present including screenings of The (iirl C/tt’lt'ing (iron t 1976). The Black 7Dlt‘t’r ( l‘)87); (iarguntuun ( l‘)‘)2) and il'ors! Case St't'nurio (work in progress). llis filtns will also be screened on 1-1 8; 15 Jun. 7pm.

Scottish Contemporary Art L'ntil Tue 25 Jun (every Tue). 6.3()v-8.30pm. £30 (£15). lCCA 4). An introduction to Scottish contemporary art over the past ten years led by artists. curators. gallerists. critics and journalists. The course includes lectures. artists presentations and gallery and studio visits.


.36 West (ieorge Street. 332 5551.

Mon Sat l()am---5.3()pm: Stilt noon ~5pm. Mixed Exhibition A selection of paintings by local artists.

This Big Land lintil Sat 2‘) Jun. An exhibition of work by Pam Carter. lan Carby. Derek Hare and Henderson Cisz.


lfniversity of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 548 2558. Mon Fri 10am—5pm: Sat noon 4pm.

Celebrating Boxes t'ntil Sat 2‘) Jun. Dispelling the myth that boxes are just a simple structure of four sides and a lid. two of the t'K's leading box makers. Peter Lloyd and Andrew Crawford. curate this international exhibition. featuring the work of 80 boxtnakers from thirteen countries.


178 West Regent Street. 221 6370.

Mon Sat 10am» 5.30pm.

Mixed Exhibition Thu 6r—Sat 2‘) Jun. Sponsored by Scotwork Negotiating Skills. Drawings. paintings and sculpture by artists including Nael llanna. James Tweedie. Philip Braham. Patll Wunderlich. Alma Wolfsotl. Cathy Richmond. Tove l-lirth. Angela Hunter and many others.

COTTIER THEATRE ‘)3—‘)5 Hyndland Street. 357 3868. Congregation Sun 16~Sun 23 Jun. Site-specific work by artists Jenny Smillie and Melinda Stradling which looks at the concept of congregation.



31 Chisholm Street (entrance through salon). 552 7100. Mon Wed. Fri & Sat l().3()am- 5.30pm; Thu 10.30am 7pm. Target Practice: Gavin Peacock Fri 7--Fri 2| Jun. Switchspacc presents three-dimensional works by Brighton— based artist (iavin Peacock.

GALLERY OF MODERN ART Queen Street. 22‘) 1996. Mott-~Thu & Sat 10am—5pm; Fri & Still 1 lam—5pm. David Mach: Hell Bent Until Sun

2‘) Sep. Fife-born David Mach. creator of

Big Heir/s. the three huge steel heads on the M8. returns to Scotland with a major show of new and recent works. A spaceman made from coat hangers. sculptures constructed entirely from matchsticks. collage works created from donated photographs and in the liarth (iallery. an installation made tip from 50 tonnes of The Herald newspaper and burnt-out cars.

Jigar - Films by Alia Syed Fri 7 Jun—Sun 8 Sep. British Asian artist Alia Syed's first major solo gallery exhibition features a significant body of work made over the last 15 years. The featured four films explore social concerns and representation. looking at the Pakistani and Bangladeshi communities of east London. Her work has been shown at Tate Modern. the National Film Theatre. the lCA and international film festivals and forlns part of a touring exhibition. NEW SHOW.


Rouken (ilen Road. 620 0235. Fri. Stilt & Mon 1.30 -5.3()pm; Sat

1 1.30am 5.30pm.

Mixed Exhibition l'ntil Stilt 30 Jun. A mixed exhibition of paintings by gallery artists including lithe] Walker. Anne Mendelow and Catriona Campbell.


148 West Regent Street. 221 3095. Mon Sat ‘).3()am~5.3()pm.

First of the Summer Wine Sat 8—Sat 2‘) Jun. Drawings and paintings with a summer liavour. NEW SHOW.


Queen Margaret Drive. 357 373‘). Daily 10am-6pm.

Paintings on Railings Sat 15 & Sun 16 Jun. l()am~6pm. ()pen art fair.


60 North Hanover Street. 332 ‘)‘)6‘). Tue—Thu 10am—4pm; Fri 10am -lpm. Eleventeen tfntil Fri 7 Jun. The final year show for llNl) students at the Facttlty of Construction. featuring product design. decorative glass. signwork. furniture. art and the environment and model making. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.


(‘afe Cosmo. 12 Rose Street. 332 (i535. Mon-Sat 10.30am- -‘)pm.

St Paul’s Primary Exhibition l'ntil Sat 2‘) Jun. Stills by pupils from St Paul's Primary who took part in a (il’l' animation project which explored the experiences of children of asylum seekers living in the local commtmity.


22 8; 25 King Street. 552 0704. Tue -Sat l()am—5.3()pm.

Will Maw: Modern Dreams t'ntil Sat 20 Jul. liveryday images are used to comment on urban life in this exhibition of new screenprints by Glasgow-based artist Will Maw.

Nicola Murray: The Anatomy of Absence L'ntil Sat 20 Jul. Anatomy of Absence is a series of prints developed using a dissection kit and a photo- polymer intaglio technique.

Norman Sutton Hibbert: No Bigger Picture L'ntil Sat 20 Jul. Woodcut prints.


(iround Floor. Princes Square. Buchanan Street. 221 8162. Mon Sat 10am 6pm: Still I lame-5pm.

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

listings Art

Rubens: Drawing on Italy Major exhibition exploring Rubens' debt to Italian artists such as Michelangelo, Caravaggio. Raphael and Titian revealing how he studied. copied and adapted their work. See preview. National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh, Fri 74 Jun—Sun 7 Sep.

Degree Shows Make sure you check out the annual degree shows. your chance to browse. buy or eye up the next generation of future art stars. See feature. Various venues. see listings.

;; Kirsty Whiten - Right-on Mum Figurative paintings and drawings by up-and-coming artist Kirsty Whiten. in this her first solo show. See preview. Collective Gallery, Edinburgh, Sat 75 Jun-Sun 74 Jul

Fiona Banner: Your Plinth is My Lap A room full of concrete insults. blow-by-blow written accounts of porn films and giant full stops in various fonts. Fiona Banner continues her fascination with language and its imperfections. Dundee Contemporary Arts. Dundee. until Sun 9 Jun.

1-2.“ Lei Cox A first solo show for Dundee-based artist Lei Cox who creates super-real video and sound installations. CCA, Glasgow, until Sat 73 Jul.

-.:-.: Facing the Light: David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson Facing The Light forms the centrepiece in a festival of exhibitions celebrating the work of pioneering photographers D.O. Hill and Robert Adamson. See review. National Portrait Gallery. Edinburgh. until Sun 75 Sep.

Felim Egan Last chance to see Felim Egan's landscape-inspired abstract paintings and prints. lng/eby Gallery, Edinburgh, until Sat 8 Jun.

Hayley Tompkins Known for her works on paper which she sees as being half-way between painting and drawing, new watercolours by Glasgow-based Hayley Tompkins. See preview. Modern lnstitute, Glasgow, until Fri 27 Jun.

Scots in Film: Portraits by Donald MacLellan Snapping the Scottish stars of the silver screen. an exhibition of around 30 portraits by leading portrait photographer David MacLellan. National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, until Sun 13 Oct.

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