by the Van Alen Institute. New York. illustrating the diverse responses to traumatic events that have had a dramatic impact on urban life. Featured in the show are a selection of temporary. permanent and public architecture and art projects revealing how citizens have rebuilt their urban life. Cities include New York. Beruit. Berlin. Sarajevo and Manchester. NEW SHOW.
New Formations 3: Scottish Select Thu 30 Jan—Fri 28 Feb. An exhibition of work by over 30 of Scotland's best contemporary craft
designers/makers including ceramics. glass.
textiles. jewellery. wood. sculpture and much tnore. NEW SHOW.
LILLIE ART GALLERY
Station Road. Milngavie. 578 8847. Tue—Sat 10am—1pm & 2—5pm.
Making Faces L'ntil Wed 12 Feb. An exhibition exploring portraiture from self- portraits to studies of family and friends. Artists include John Bellany'. Danny Ferguson. Lesley Banks and Joan Iiardley. Over the Wall L'ntil Wed 12 Feb. Paintings. sculpture and music by artists who previously spent time in the shipyards including George Wyllie. Tom McKendrick and Kevin McDermott.
LLOYD JEROME GALLERY
200 Bath Street. 33] ()722. Tue—Sat 9am—6pm.
Sue Palmer: A Closer Look Until Wed 12 Feb. A new series of large format prints and paintings by Sue Palmer. inspired by the natural world. In her first major show since 1977. Palmer‘s original textile designs are in major museums including the V&A and national galleries in New York and Chicago. See review.
THE MODERN INSTITUTE
73 Robertson Street. Suite 6. Floor 1. 248 37l l . Tue—Fri noon—5pm.
Henrik Hakansson Thu 23 Jan—Sat 22 Feb. Film and sound recordings by Henrik
Work by Andy Bryce forms part of a group show at Project Ability
Hakansson centring on the (iurney"s Pitta. a near-extinct bird found in the south of Thailand.
36 Washington Street. 22] 2l23. Mon—Fri 9am—5pm.
Design School - Glasgow School of Art L'ntil Fri 17 Jan. An exhibition demonstrating the range of applications for digital textile printing. designers. artists and commercial examples.
Eva Gustavsson Mon 20 Jan—Fri 28 Feb. New paintings and drawings. PHOENIX CONTEMPORARY GALLERY
6 Wilson Street Merchant City. 552 ()702. Tue. Wed 8; Fri 11am-6pm; Thu Ham—7pm; Sat 10am-6pm; Sun l—Spm. Heads of our Kind t'ntil Fri 3! Jan. A collection of portrait paintings by Colin Park.
Mixed Show L'ntil Fri 3l Jan. A selection of work by Scottish artists including Ryan Exidore and Andy Peutherer.
Champion: The Beautiful Game Until Fri 3| Jan. In association with The Daily Record. over 8() archival football photographs featuring images of icons of football including Billy .\lc.\'cil and Dennis Law.
PROJECT ABILITY Centre For Developmental Arts 18 Albion Street. 552 2822. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm.
Planes, Trains and Automobiles
j Until Fri 14 Feb. A group show of work by participants of Project Ability‘s development workshops based on the
f theme of transport.
6 Burnfield Road. Giffnock. 638 1200. ; Tue—Fri Ham—5pm; Sat 10am—5pm; Sun noon—Spur l Winter Show Until Fri 31 Jan. A selection of affordable works by gallery
artists including Peter Nardini. Sarah Carrington. Simon Greer. Blair Millen. Graeme Sharp. Mairi Aitken. Alan Connell and Jonathan Shearer. STREET LEVEL
26 King Street. 552 2l5].Tue—Sat [Dam—5.30pm.
Harvey Jackson: And Now you Don’t Until Sat 25 Jan. Glasgow-based Harvey Jackson presents eight works made over the last three years. Encompassing slide projectors. natural light and constructed materials. the works reference funfairs and magic. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
25 Albert Drive. 08-15 3303501. Tue-Sat noon—8pm; Sun noon—6pm.
0 Martin Boyce L'ntil Sun 1‘) Jan. A major solo exhibition from Hamilton- born artist Martin Boyce. who studied at Glasgow School of Art on the environmental course. In recent years. Boyce has focused on design. furniture and graphics from the l950s. but for his new piece. Our Love is Like the I’luit'ers. the Rain. the Sea and the Hours. specially commissioned for 'l‘ramway. is an indoor parkscape inspired by utopian ideals. designing sculptures in the form of rubbiin bins alongside benches. chain- link fencing and abstracted tree shapes. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
Swings and Roundabouts Until Sun 26 Jan. A series of exhibitions with photographic and video works as part of a series of SAC Lottery funded project for young people in or leaving care.
28 King Street. 552 48 l 3. Tue —Sat
David Musgrave tfntil Sat 18 Jan. A solo show of work by London-based artist David Musgrave. featuring sculptures and works on paper. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
Jim Lambie: Kebabylon A major solo show for Glasgow- born artist Jim Lambie. Best known for his psychedelic floors. Lambie will be creating works from everyday objects although when The List asked him about the show's content. his response was: ‘I haven't got a clue.’ See feature. lnver/eith House, Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh, Wed 22 Jan—Sun 30 Mar.
Gordon Maﬁa-Clark: The Space Between The first Scottish showing of rarely seen works by the legendary American artist Gordon-Matta Clark. A central figure of the New York art scene in the 70s, the exhibition features film, photography. drawings and artists books. documenting the range of his work which includes his process of 'cutting' — carving huge sections from buildings. See preview. CCA, Glasgow, Sat 25 Jan—Sun 23 Mar.
III Communication Turner Prize nominee Liam Gillick features in this internationally renowned line-up in an exhibition which explores the ways in which communication has been dramatically altered with the growth of the internet. Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee, Sat 25 Jan—Sun 23 Mar.
Martin Boyce Last chance to experience Martin Boyce's enthralling installation. Dividing the space with mesh fencing and lit by neon trees. he creates an indoor parkscape inspired by utopian ideals. Tramway, Glasgow. until Sun 79 Jan.
Duane Hanson - Sculptures of Life Duane Hanson's incredibly life—like Tourists and 30 of his other works are brought together for the only UK showing of this major retrospective. Expect sunbathers and shoppers and socially critical pieces from the 60s See review. National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh. until Sun 23 Feb.
Jerwood Drawing Prize Proving that drawing is not just pencil lines on paper or a second-class medium. the annual t0uring .Jerwood Drawing Prize exhibition Stops off in Glasgow. Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, until Sat 22 Feb.
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