Glasgow Galleries continued
()3 'l'rongatc. 553 43(t7.
David Caldwell t'ntil Mon 8 Jul. Still life paintings.
IS Albion Street. 553 3833. Mon Fri l0am 5pm.
Dino Santi t'uul Fri l0 Jul. .\ solo show of pencil drawings by l)ino Santi.
Various venues in (ilasgow and l’aislcy. Works in Public Space by Inge Gutbrod l'ntil Thu 37 Jun. Following her residency at (il;tsgo\\ School ol'Ai'l. (ierman artist lnge (iutbrod has created a ntnnber of works otit of paraffin wa\ and has sited thetn in various locations in (ilttsgow ((ilttsgow School ofAt'l. (iallcry of Modern Art. the Lighthouse and Kelvingrov e Park) and Paisley tl’aisley Mtiseum and Art (iallerics. (‘oats Observatory and l’aisley Abbey l. The works respond directly to the specific characteristics 0T the place. i ASJ CHANCE. TO Sifl
THE VICTORIA BAR
l5‘) Bridgegatc. 553 (t040.
Ooh-er Missus! l'ntil Thu 30 .lttn. From Frankie lloward to liric Morecamiw. paintings of iconic figures by artist Jeremy Donald.
WELLINGTON FINE ART
l l5 \Vesl Regent Street. 33l UHF).
Mon Fri ll.3()am 5pm.
Mixed Exhibition l'ntil Fri 28 .lun. A selection of paintings. drawings and sculpture.
WHERE THE MONKEY SLEEPS lb'3 \Vesl Regent Street. 330 5400. Mon Fri 7am 7pm: Sat l0atn 7pm.
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THE BURBELL COLLECTION
Fridays ('r Sundays 1 lam—5pm
Jet-Trash Fri 3| Jun \Ved l0 Jul. Drawings and conceptual pieces by ()wen l’iper attd l.ili Reynauld.
This section lists museums currently showing temporary exhibitions. For details of other permanent attractions, see Glasgow Life, page 97.
ART GALLERY & MUSEUM, KELVINGROVE
Argyle Street. Keb ingrove. 337 309‘). Mon Thu & Sat l0am 5pm; Fri & Stiit llain 5pm. (‘ale Free.
A Kelvingrove Centenary l'ntil Spring. A commemorativ e e\hibition marking the centenary of the Art (iallery and Museum. Kelv ingrove. The well- lo\etl sandstone building houses one of the finest civ ie art collections in iiurope. featuring works by Botticelli. Rembrandt. Whistler and tlte (ilasgow Boy s and (iirls. and was the venue for some of the linest e\hibitions seen in Britain including l’ic‘;tsst)-.\l;ttissc l W40). Van (ioglt t l‘)4.\’) and Dali‘s Art In Jewels (1073 4).
Endangered Wildlife l'ntil Autumn. An c\ltibition highlighting the endattgered wildlife in Scotland. Barras People t‘tttil Sun 30 Jun. A photographic study of(ilasgow 's famous Barras tnarket by Scottish photographer Martin (iray. The large-scale images featured in the e\hibition are part of a two-year study of the Barras by (iray and te|e\ ision producer Fiona White and a book is also planned to follow later in the year. lASl Cl lANCl l0 Sill-f
The Holocaust Artworks of Marianne Grant l'tttil Sun 30 Jun. linduring occupation. forced labour and concentration camps. Prague-born Marianne (irant contintted to paint and
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Moulded glass seats by Kate Dundas from the Product Design Degree
sketch what she saw around her. This exhibition of surviving sketches and watercolours show daily life in 'l'heresienstadt ghetto. the dead in Bergen-Belsen and sketches recording the liberation by Field Marshall Montgomery and the British forces. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
Poem Boats l'ntil Sun 31 Jul. “and- carved wooded vessels created by artist Douglas Robertson. inspired by the St Kilda mail boat in the Kelvingrove Museum. ()n the outside of each boat. is a poem by Valerie (iillies. lan Stephen. Kevin Mac.\'eil and Douglas Robertson. Spiti: the Forbidden Valley i'ntil Sun 4 Aug. A series of photographs documenting the lives of Spiti. one of the last remnants of traditional Tibetan society. by pri/e-winning photojournalist Patrick Sutherland.
AULD KIRK MUSEUM
The (‘ross. Kirkintilloch. 5780144. Tue Sat l0am 1pm & 3 5pm. East Dunbartonshire Photography Competition Exhibition l'ntil Sat 33 Jun. ()pen amateur photography competition. Double Vision Sat 2‘) Jun Sat 24 Aug. Paintings by husband and wife team. llatnish and Isabelle Montgomery. LAST CHANCE." TO SEE.
3060 l’ollokshaws Road. 337 3550.
Mon Thu 6’; Sat l()am 5pm: Fri & Sun llatn 5pm.
Treasures from the Store: 19th Century European Paintings i'ntil further ttotice. a new selection of oils is on display highlighting the range of Sir William Burrell‘s taste. Featured works include paintings by Bonvin. Ribot and Millet arid a rarely seen oil by Henri l.e Sidaner.
Knights & Castles l'ntil Sun 5 Jan. This exhibition explores the fascinating world of knights. castles. and medieval life through a variety of objects including tapestries. arms and armour and dress.
CRAIGEND VISITOR CENTRE Mttgdock ('ountt'y l’ark. (‘raigallian Road. .\'ear Milngavie. 0566100. Origin Art Exhibition Stttt 30 Jun. Thu 4 Jttl. A showcase of work by established and emerging artists.
Show at Glasgow School of Art
THE HILL HOUSE
l'pper (‘olquhoun Street. 01436 673900. Mon Sun l.3() 5.30pm. Inspirations t'ntil Sun 27 ()ct. (‘entenary exhibition showcasing work from some of the great names in British domestic design. all of whom have been inspired by (‘harles Rennie Mackintosh. The shows features furniture. glass. metalwork. textiles and include works by Sir Terence (‘onran. John Makepeace. Danny Lane. Alison Kinnaird and many others.
HOUSE FOR AN ART LOVER Bellabouston Park. H) Dumbreck Road. 353 4773. Daily 10am 5pm.
lan Graham MacFadyen t'ntil Sun 7 Jul. An exhibition of prints by (ilasgow School of Art graduate Ian (iraham MacFadyen.
MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT Kelvin Hall. 1 Burnhouse Road. 387 3730. Mon Thu at Sat l0am 5pm; Fri & Stilt l lam 5pm.
Fire! l'ntil Thu 3| Oct. The history of firefighting in the west of Scotland is documented in this exhibition featttring a Leyland Firemaster engine gifted to the museum by the Strathclydc Fire Brigade and objects front the past and present.
PAISLEY MUSEUM 8: ART GALLERIES
High Street. 88‘) 315 l. Tue Sat
10am - 5pm; Sun 3» 5pm. Free. Royalty - an Exhibition for the Jubilee l'ntil Mon 30 Sep. In celebration of the Queen's (iolden Jubilee Year. an exhibition documenting i’;iisley"s Royal connections.
Bill Breckenridge and Dan Geesin Sat 33 Jun. 33nd Jun
l0am l3.30pm a 1.30 4pm. Meet at'tists—in-t'esidence Bill Breckenridge and Dan (icesin at these open studios sessions. and catch a sneak preview of their forthcoming exhibition ll'lmt Near and Far “('(Yllill' ('p and Down. (ieesin gives it slide Show talk on \Ved 1‘) Jun at 13.30pm.
When Near and Far Become Up and Down Sat 3‘) Jun Sun 35 Aug. Art and sculptural work based on Bill Beckint'idge and Dan (icesin‘s