Art listings

1 Glasgow Galleries continued PENTAGOH CENTRE

36 Washington Street. 221 2123. Mott—Fri 9am--5pm.

1 1-22-63 Until Fri 6 Dec. A multimedia exhibition by Jim Ward and Kat Borsishkewick investigating the events surrounding the assassination of J F Kennedy.


6 Wilson Street Merchant (‘ity. 552 0702. Tue. Wed & Fri 1 1am—6pm; Thu

1 1am» 7pm; Sat 10am 6pm; Sun

1 ~5pm.

Heads of our Kind Until Fri 3| Jan. A collection of portrait paintings by Colin Park.

Mixed Show Until Fri 31 Jan. A selection of work by Scottish artists including Ryan lixidore and Andy Peutherer.

Champion: The Beautiful Game Until Fri 31 Jan. In association with The Daily R(’('(H'(/. over 80 archival football photographs featuring itnages of icons of football including Billy McNeil and Dennis Law.


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

Young Talent 2002 lintil Fri 29 Nov. Artworks by children and young people frotn Glasgow attd liast Ayrshire. Christmas Show Fri (T-l‘iri 21) Dec. ()riginal artworks for sale ranging from £5—£50. plus a group show of still life paintings by members of the Trongate Studios.

RGI KELLY GALLERY 1 18 Douglas Street. 248 6386. Mon-Sat 10.30am—5.30pm; Sun noon-—5pm.

A Touch of the Hard Stuff t'ntil Sat 30 Nov. Lyrical stone and bronze sculpture by Toni Allan.

Cara McKinnon Crawford Sat 7 Sat 21 1)ec.()il paintings.


2 Sauchiehall Street. 353 8000. Mon Sat 10am—6pm.

Russian Painters thitil Tue 31 Dec. Art inspired by Russia and Scotland by a group of Russian painters including Maxitn Dcmidov attd \‘ladimir (‘hekhmarev.


I00 Renfrew Street. 332 5057. Mon Fri 9am --4.30pm.

Winter Exhibition t'ntil Sat 30 Nov. A seasonal selection of paintings by Ruth A. ('astle featttring still life and ‘tablescapes'.

Marion Ballantyne Sun 1 Tue 31 Dec.

Art exhibition of watercolours and pastels including landscapes and floral studies.


6 Burnlield Road. Giffnock. 638 I200. Tue-Fri 1 lam-5pm: Sat 10am -5pm: Sun noon- 5pm.

Christmas Show Sat 30 Nov Fri 31 Jan. A selection of affordable works by gallery artists including Peter Nardini. Sarah (‘arringtorr Simon Greer. Blair Millen. Graeme Sharp. Mairi Aitken. Alan (‘onnell and Jonathan Shearer. NEW SHOW.


26 King Street. 552 2151. Tue Sat

10am 5.30pm.

Harvey Jackson: And Now you Don’t l'ntil Sat 25 Jan. Glasgow-based Harvey Jackson presents eight works made over the last three years. [incompassing slide projectors. natural light and constructed materials. the works reference funfairs and magic.

The Royal

Scottlsh Academy


Exhibition of work by 2002 winner LORNA MCINTOSH

Fettes Gallery, Fettes College East Fettes Avenue, Edinburgh Until 11th December

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Artist Talk Sat 30 Nov. 3pm. Harvey Jackson gives a talk on his current exhibition.


45 Bridge Street. 07812 605745. Fri 7pm: Sat & Sun 1 6pm. For more information log onto

The Chateau Fri Sun 8 Dec. Switchspacc use this warehouse space on the (‘lydeside for a group show of work featuring Neil Bicket‘ton and Lorna Mclntyre. Karla Black. Kim (‘oleman and Susea Greett. Pattie limbleton Alex Frost. Lotte Gertx. limin Richardson and Hayley Tompkins. NEW SHOW.


7 8 Park Terrace. 332 3004. For more information about li merged 1) call 07751 520 88‘): e-mail

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Accommodation t'ntil Sat 30 Nov. Artist-run non-profit organisation F. merge 1) present a series of site-specific art interventions housed at a fully operational youth hostel. Ange Taggart‘s new work [ml is inspired by many years experience of sleeping in a hostel bttnk bed resulting 111 live performance and performance-for-video works. James liodgson has set up a pseudo cloakroom in lirHlt'US/l while (‘ltristine Niehoff explores the building's past in her architectural additions made from royal icing. Finally. Kate Burton explores the ttotiott of clues through photography and film.


25 Albert Drive. 0845 3303501. Tue—Sat ttoott-—8pnl: Stm ttoott~6pm.

0 Martin Boyce l'ntil Sun 1‘) Jan. A major solo exhibition front Hamilton- born artist Martin Boyce. who studied at Glasgow School of Art on the environmental cottrse. In recent years. Boyce has focused on design. furniture attd graphics from the 1950s. but for his new piece. 010’ Love is Like Illl’ I'lUH't’I'S. I/I(’ Ruin. Iltt' Sm um/ I/Il’ Hours. specially commissioned for 'l‘ramway. is an indoor parkscape inspired by utopian ideals. designing sculptures iii the forth of rubbish bins alongside benches. chain- link fencing and abstracted tree shapes. Boyce says of his new work: ‘I have been wanting to introduce a new tone. creating this idea of an imaginary location that‘s always been quite noir. quite cinematic. The idea with this was to create something more poetic. more romantic.‘

The Hidden Gardens Sat 30

Nov Sttn 1 Dec. Sat 11am-6pm; Sttn noon~6pm. Nva's historic green space pt'tiieL‘l. The Hit/(It’ll (fun/wt. is previewed in this open weekend featuring live music. talks and an outdoor installation on the themes underpinning nva's design. The garden is due to open in May 2003. See Front.

Glasgow Visual Arts Forum Thu 5 Dec. 7pm. Glasgow Visual Arts Forum relaunches its activity in the city with a public meeting where artists. representatives from arts organisations arid members of the public are encottragcd to attend.


28 King Street. 552 4813. Tue—Sat

llatn 5pm.

Electra l'ntil Sat 30 Nov. A group show of work featuring photography and video works by Gabriel Rozco. animated films by Mttttgo Thomson and in the basement space. a 16mm film and a sculptural installation by Lucy Mcliachan.


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

Before and Beyond l'ntil Fri 2‘) Nov. New ceramics by Judith Patterson. Still Lives Fri 6 Fri 20 Dec. A group show of work by 'l'rongate studios artists.


47 Parnie Street. Merchant (‘ity. 07788 898024. Daily 2—7pm.

Hypothesis - Forms of Regeneration on the Clyde L'ntil Sun 1 Dec. Thu 7~-‘)pm; Fri—Sun 2- ~7pm. Inhabiting a vacant shop property. eleven international graduates frotn the Mackintosh School of Architecture in Glasgow present their final year design proposals which focus on re-making the (‘1yde.


113 West Regent Street. 221 910‘). Mon—Fri 10.30am—-5pm.

Paintings to Live With Until Sat 7 Dec. A selection of oil paintings. pastel paintings and sculpture.

Christmas Exhibition Mon <)—'I‘tte 24 Dec. Small paintings. drawings and a display of the gallery's exclusive limited edition prints. NEW SHOW.


182 West Regent Street. 226 3406. Mon—Fri 7am~7pmz Sat 10am-7pm. We Could Be Heroes L'ntil Fri 2‘) Nov. Photographic works by Glasgow School of Art student. Thomas Battgsted. Literary Reality Exclusive Sat 7 Dec-Tue 14 Jan. Mixed media work by Jonathan Scott which decontextualizes tabloid scnsationalism through imaginative narratives. NEW SHOW. The Monkey Xmas Show Sat 7 Dee-Tue 14 Jan. A collection of work by various artists.

Glasgow Museums

This section lists museums currently showing temporary exhibitions. For details of other permanent attractions, see Glasgow Life, page 90.


Argyle Street. Kelvingrove. 287 269‘). Mon—Thu & Sat 10am—5pm; Fri & Stm 1 1am-5pm. Cafe. Free.

A Kelvingrove Centenary Until Spring. A commemorative exhibition marking the centenary of the Art Gallery

attd Museum. Kelvingrove. The well-

loved sandstone building houses one of the fittest civic art collections in liurope. featuring works by Botticelli. Rembrandt. Whistler and the Glasgow Boys and Girls. and was the venue for some of the fittest exhibitions seen in Britain including Picasso-Matisse ( 1946). Van Gogh ( 1948) and Dali's Art In Jt'tt'els (1973—4). Endangered Wildlife tr'ntil Spring 2003. An exhibition highlighting the endangered wildlife in Scotland.

BG Wildlife Photographer of the

Year Exhibition t'ntil Sun 26 Jan.

Now in its eighth year. the popular wildlife photography exhibition featuring the winning and commended entries. Macmillan Cancer Relief Art Show Mon 2—Sat 14 Dec. Scotland's largest attd longest runnittg professional and amateur art show offering visitors the

chance to buy from a range of art while

helping to raise funds for the charity. NEW SHOW.

AULD KIRK MUSEUM The Cross. Kirkintilloch. 578 0144. Tue Sat 10am- lpnt & 2—5pm.

Annual Christmas Art and Craft

Exhibition L'ntil Sat 21 Dec. A selection of work by local artists including watercolours. oils. sculpture. ceramics and jewellery.


2001) l’olloks'haws Road, 287 2550. Mon-Thu & Sat 10am -5pm; Fri & Stm

1 lam 5pm.

Treasures from the Store: 19th Century European Paintings l'ntil further notice. 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