Paintings l'nttl l'i'l 28 Feb. Paintings by Veronica Sinclair-Wright and Brian Hartley.
[hit 2. Merchant Square. 552 5627.
Ttie Sat llam 5.30pm; Stiti llam 5pm. Colin Park l'nttl Thu l3 .\lar. New paintings.
Gerard M. Burns Hi It in Bx t-‘eh. New works by (ierard .\1, Burns.
('etitre For l)e\e|opmental .'\l'ls lts‘ .-\lhtott Street. 552 2322. Mon l‘ri 10am 5pm. Planes, Trains and Automobiles l'ntll l‘ri l4 l'ieb, .-\ group show of work by participants of Project Ability 's development workshops based on the theme of transport.
Planes, Trains and Automobiles Part 2 Fri 2| l‘eb Fri 28 Mar. Part two of a group show based on the theme of transport.
RGI KELLY GALLERY
“8 Douglas Street. 248 6586. Mon l'it‘t l0.30am 5pm; Sat 10.30am lpiii. Glasgow Society of Women Artists PM” Sat 22 l‘ielt. :\ selection of paintings by members of the society.
6 Burnfield Road, (iiffnoek. 638 l200. Tue Fri llam» 5pm; Sat 10am 5pm; Stiii noon- 5pm.
Winter Show l7nti| Fri 28 lieb. A selection of affordable works by gallery artists iiicltidiiig Peter Nardini. Sarah ('arrington. Simon (ireer. Blair .‘ylillen. (iraeme Sharp. Mairi Aitken. Alan (‘onnell and Jonathan Shearer.
26 King Street. 552 2|5l. Tue -Sat l()atn--5.30ptit.
Cl lftilthar Dadi and Elizabeth Dadi l'ntil Sat l5 .‘slar. Two new works by lftikhar l)adi and Elizabeth l)adi. They- Made History is a series of circular lightboxes portraying iconic non-western figures while ('lusli (i/‘(Yi'ilisutiuns presents a series of billboard installations which embody mass media imagery of South Asia.
1/2. 34 (‘ranworth Street. llillliead. 07812 6057-15. Mon-Sun l—6pin.
The Path of Least Resistance Until Sun 23 Feb. A new body of work by (ilasgow-based artist Douglas .\lor|and exploring the impact of intangible technological forces on hidden personal spaces.
Artists Talk Sun 23 Feb. 3pm. Douglas .‘slorland gives a talk on his work.
28 King Street. 552 48H. Tue Sat
1 lam - 5pm.
Peter Donaldson, Kalin Lindena and Tobias Putrih l'ntit Sat it .\lar. A group show featuring Video work by Peter Donaldson. wall paintings by Kalin Lindena and sculpture by Tobias Putrih.
63 Trongate. 552 4267.
Barras People Thu I3 l‘eb ~Sat I .\lar. A photographic study of (ilasgow 's famous ‘Barras' market by Scottish photographer Martin (iray. The large- scale images featured iii the exhibition are part of a two-year study of the Barras by (iray and television producer l-‘iona White and a book is also planned to follow later iii the year. NEW SHOW.
l8 Albion Street. 552 2822. Mon—Hi 10am— 5pm.
Impressions of Nature t'nul Fri 14 Feb. A solo show of paintings by Trongate Studios member Donald Wardrop.
Imprints Fri 21 Feb—Fri 28 Mar. A group show of prints and ceramics by artists from the Trongate Studios.
WELLINGTON FINE ART
l l.5 “est Regent Street. 22l Ulll‘).
.\lon l‘ri l0.30am 5pm.
A Winter Selection t'nttl Hi Is t-‘eh. Paintings. drawings. sculpture and hunted edition prints.
WHERE THE MONKEY SLEEPS l3: “est Regent Street. 226 5406.
Mon Fri 7am 7pm; Sat l0am 7pm. P090 l'ntil Thu 27 l-‘eb. .-\ tray elliitg exhibition of black and white documentary photography by .-\merican artist Pogo featuring urban and abstract compositions based around Milwaukee. Wisconsin.
This section lists museums currently showing temporary exhibitions. For details or other permanent attractions, see Glasgow Lite, page 97.
ART GALLERY & MUSEUM, KELVINGROVE
Argyle Street. Kelyingroxe. 237 2600. Mon Thu & Sat l0ain 5pm; lit'i tk Sun
| lam 5pm. ('afe. Free.
A Kelvingrove Centenary l'nttt .\lott 30 Jun. .-\ conitnemoratiy e exhibition marking the centenary of the .-\rt (iallery arid Museum. lx'ely nigroye. The w ell-on ed sandstone building houses otte ol- the linesl ciy ic art collections iii liurope. featuring works by Botticelli. Rembrandt. \Vlnstler and the (ilasgow Boys and (iirls. and was the yenue for some of the finest exhibitions seen iii Britain including l’icasso-.\latisse
t l‘)46t. Van (iogh t l‘MSi and Dali's .-lrt in Ji'ii't'ly t “)75 4t.
Endangered Wildlife t'nitt Mon 30 Jun. .-\n exhibition highlighting the endangered wildlife in Scotland.
Young Talent 2003 t‘nut Sun 23 Mar. To mark the liuropean Year of Disabled People. (ilasgow 's Project Ability curate this exhibition of art work by children and young people with autistic spectrum disorders.
AULD KIRK MUSEUM
The ('ross. lx'trkintilloch. 578 01-1-1. TuevSat l0ami lptn ty 2 5pm.
The Painted Face t'ntit Sat 1 Mar. Portraits and head studies by local artist (iordon Pickett.
2060 Pollokshaws Road. 287 2550.
Mon Thu is Sat |0am 5pm; l‘l'l ts Sim llam 5pm.
Treasures from the Store: 19th Century European Paintings t‘nttt further tiotiee. a new selection ol olls Is on display highlighting the range of Sir William Burrell‘s taste. l'eatui'ed works include paintings by Born in. Ribot and .\li|let and a rarely seen oil by Henri l.e Sidanei'.
GLASGOW BOTANIC GARDENS 730 (ireat Western Road. 334 2-122. |)ai|y llam 4pm.
Markus Karltus t'ntil Mon 31 Mai. .\'ew sculptures iii steel and reclaimed scrap metal by Markus lx'arkus. The \\ot'ks haye been \\ eldcd by solar illltl
w ind power for the first time in (ilasgow and they are coloured w ttli red oxide
HOUSE FOR AN ART LOVER Bellahouston Park. 10 Dumbreck Road. 353 4773. Daily |0am 5pm. Contemporary Scottish Paintings l'ntil lit 23 l'eb. .\ mixed show of paintings by contemporary ttl'ltsls.
l'niyersity .»\\enue. 330422]. Mon Sat 0.30am 5pm.
The Cabinets of Dr Todd t‘ntit Thu I .\lay. :\ selection of material trom the collection of] (iordon Todd. who since the age of ftye has been collecting ttttttet'als. lttssllS. shells and tttsec'ls.
MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT
lx'elyin Hall. | Burnhouse Road. 28" 2720. Mon Thu & Sat |0am 5pm; l'l'l (k Sun llatii 5pm.
Fire! l'ntil l‘ri 3] Oct 2003, The history of firefighting in the west of Scotland is documented iti this exhibition featuring a l.cy latid l-‘iremaster engine gifted to the museum by the Strathclyde fire brigade and objects froin the past and present.
PAISLEY MUSEUM & ART GALLERIES
High Street. SS") 3151. Tue Sat
l0am 5pm; Sun 2 5pm. l‘ree.
Fish and Ships l'nttl Stiti l3 .-\pr. Paintings on a maritime theme drawn frotii the pertnanent collection.
On Dry Land l'ntil Sun 13 .-\pt'. The diyersity of the Scottish landscape is explored in this display drawn frotn the permanent collection.
Photographs by Charles Jamieson as part of Mi Cuba at Glasgow School of Art
The Govan Chairman I ltltl Sim U .\lat. (her ‘0 hand crafted chairs by the well known craftsman .lolin .\lcl.augli|in.
Lunchtime Talk well 26 l'cly Iotm .\lcl.otigh|m gtycs a hands on workshop showing some of the techniques he tises to make charts
PEOPLE’S PALACE & WINTER GARDEN
(ilasgow (ireeii. 551 022i \lon llttl .\ Sat l0am 5pm. l'll tx- Stiti llain 5pm Remembering Hiroshima and Nagasaki l'iitil .\loii 5 \lay ()it 6 .v\tlf._' I‘)~l5. the l'inted States \iiiiy \ii l‘oi'ces dropped the lust atomic bomb on the Japanese city ol llnoshima lhiee days later another bomb was released on Nagasaki. This poignant exhibition hour the lliroslniiia Peace .\leitioii.il .\ltisetiiii tells the story oi the effects oi the dropping ot the bombs. through posters and diiciitiicntation. iii an attempt to i'eiiniid people of thc lioi'iois ot atomic weapons.
SCOTLAND STREET SCHOOL MUSEUM
\ltiseum ol ludiication. 225 Stotlaiid Street. 2S“ 0500 .\loti llttt ix Sat
10am 5pm. l'll tk Stiti llam 5pm Bairns and Backstreets t ttltl .\loii I6 .ltlll. Photographs ot (ilasgow by l'.t‘tc' “all. a member of the Queens (‘anieia (‘lub snice I‘)5S tcatuimg oyei *0 digital prints from the 50s to the «Sits
ST MUNGO MUSEUM OF RELIGIOUS LIFE AND ART
2 ('astle Street. 55K 2557. .\lon 'l llll is Sat |0am 5pm; I'l'l tk Sun 11am 5pm. One Island, Many Faiths t‘inil Siiii 27 Apr. Photographer Rachel .\lot'ton toured the country to discoyei the ditlerent experiences ot taith in Britain today. The results is a series ot photographs accompanied by a personal statement from the people inyolyed.
THE TALL SHIP AT GLASGOW HARBOUR
lllt) Stobcross Road. 3 10am 5pm. £4.50 iii. children free. Across the Water t'ntit .\lott so Jun. .\ new exhibition exploring the history of crossing the (‘lyde as the TH er grew iii both si/c and importance until the demise of the ferry sery ice in l‘)70.
it) omr i)..in 25i; accompanied
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