Full Alert by William McCance on show at Cyril Gerber Fine Art
LLOYD JEROME GALLERY
200 Bath Street. 331 0722. Tue -Sat ()aiii-(ipm.
Some Art L'ntil Wed 26 Mar. A group show of work featuring cut outs by Jad Fair. sandstone sculpture by Rhona McMillian. humorous photography by David Shrigley plus works by Danny Saunders. Lorna McIntyre. Gregor Wright and Rob Charm. See review.
l 1 Mitchell Lane. 221 6362. Mon. Wed~Sat 10.30am 5pm; Tue 11am-5pm; Sun noon-5pm. £3 (80p).
Renewing Rebuilding Remembering liniil i-‘ri l-t Mar. The [K premiere of this exhibition curated 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 projects and art projects revealing how citizens have rebuilt their urban life. Cities include New York. Beirut. Berlin. Sarajevo and Manchester. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
Architecture Mega Challenge L'ntil Sun 23 Mar (Young Designers Gallery). Created by Glasgow schoolchildren. a 5m. 31) model of Glasgow‘s Merchant City.
River City: The Making of a BBC Scotland Soap L'ntil Sun 30 Mar (Review Gallery). Go behind the scenes of BBC Scotland's newest soap. River City.
Fiona Alston - Raprolight L'ntil Sun 13 Apr (Level -1 Circulation). Fiona Alston presents her ‘raprolight‘ design which was commissioned by Glasgow Design as part of its 2nd Batch collection of products in 2002.
Flammable Jam - Life of Pi Interactive Promo L'niil Sun 20 Apr (Alcove — Level 4). Hoss Gifford's online interactive promo for Yann Martell's Booker prize-winning novel Life of Pi. the lirst in a series of four to be produced for Canongate books.
Nell Tierney - Incubator Prototype L'ntil Mon 21 Apr (Alcove. level -1). Young Glasgow designer Neil Tiemey's prototype for a more efficient incubator for critically ill babies goes on display.
Common_Place Sat 22 Mar—Wed t l .lun. A look at how buildings are
conceived and developed focusing on nine Scottish projects including Edinburgh's Dance Base and a shelter on 'l‘iree. NEW SHOW.
LILLIE ART GALLERY
Station Road. Milngavic. 578 88-17. Tue— Sat 10am» 1pm & 2 -5pm. Bearsden Art Club t'niil Fri 21 Mar. Annual exhibition of new work by local artists featuring landscape. still life and figurative studies.
71-273 Albion Street. off (‘andleriggs. 552 5908. For more information about Dazzle 01580 852503 or log onto www.l.one-d.coin
Dazzle l'ntil Sun 16 Mar. 11am 6pm. Dazzle's annual exhibition of contemjxirary jewellery featuring over 3000 pieces by over 50 designers/makers from the 1K and abroad. Scottish makers include Shona Fidgett. Nicola Becci. Anna Gordon and Dot Sim.
THE MODERN INSTITUTE
73 Robertson Street. Suite 6. Floor 1. 2-18 371 l. Tue-Fri noon~5pm.
Joanne Tatham and Tom O’Sulllvan L'ntil Fri 21 Mar. Glasgow- based collaborative duo Joanne Tatham and Tom ()‘Sullivan create an installation in the space with help of their invited guest. Alan Michael. See review. [AST CHANCE TO SEE.
12 Kings Court. King Street. 55.3 2-100. Mon-Sun noon—midnight.
Secret Vocabulary tfniil Mon 17 Mar. A collection of photographs and video footage by Gary Walker. Aaron Shuman and Nina Kruger taken during Le Tigre's tour of the 1K last year.
EWAN MUNDY FINE ART
221 West George Street. 248 9755. Mon—Fri “lam—5.30pm; Sat 10am—2pm. Mixed Show L'ntil Mon 3! Mar. A selection of Scottish watercolours and paintings.
36 Washington Street. 221 2123. Mon—Fri 9am—5pm.
GSA Visual Communication Exhibition L'ntil Fri 1 1 Apr. An exhibition of work by three Glasgow
juxtaposes images relating to
School of Art x isual coininuiiication lecturers
PHOENIX CONTEMPORARY GALLERY
(i Wilson Street Merchant ('ity. 552 0702. Tue. \Ved .\ I‘Tl 1 Iain (ipin; Thu llatn 7pm. Sat 10am (ipiii. Sun 1 5pm. David Forster l'iitil Sun lb Mar Recent works by David l'orster. \x ho
architectural space and landscape with text taken from a scientific textbook in which the author attempts to resolve the mystery of how animate life can derive from the processes of inanimate chemistry.
Escaping the Skin l'iiiil Sun In Mar. A series of photographs by Alan Young exploring how abstract photographs can reveal figurative forms. Insomnia l‘ntil Sun to Mar. A collection of photographs by Sean ()‘Neill exploring the artist‘s own experience of insomnia.
l'nit 2. Merchant Square. 552 5627, Tue Sat 11am 5.30pm; Sun 11am 5pm. l Colin Park l‘ntil Thu 13 Mar. New paintings. Mixed Exhibition Thu 13 Thu 27 Mar. Landscapes and still life by Norman Kirkham and gallery regulars Gerard M. Burns. l’at Semple and James llaw kins.
Centre for Developmental Arts. 18 Albion Street. 552 2822. Mon -l"ri
Planes, Trains and Automobiles Part 2 l'ntil Fri 28 Mar. Part two of a group show based on the theme of transport.
100 Renfrevv Street. 332 5057. Mon-Fri 9am» 4.30pm.
Pauline Murray t'niil Mon 31 Mar. Works in pastel and acrylic inspired by patterns found in nature and the landscape.
(i Burnfield Road. Giffnock. 638 1200. Tue -i-‘ri l lam-5pm; Sat 10am 5pm; Sun noon~5an
Group Show i~‘ri l-1—-15ri 28 Mar. Paintings by Sarah (‘arrington. Peter Nardini. Blair Thomson and Pat Kramek.
SHARMANKA KINETIC GALLERY 2nd Floor. 1-1 King Street. 552 7080. Thu noon (rpm; Sun noon -3pm &
OI Haunts New Work l'ntil Sun 3| Aug. £3 (£2): under 16s free. A display of original furniture in wood by the late Tim Stead.
26 King Street. 552 2151. Tue—Sat l0am~-5.30pm.
lftikhar Dadi and Elizabeth Dadi L'ntil Sat 15 Mar. Two new works by lftikhar Dadi and [Elizabeth Dadi. 'l'lir'y .llurlr' History is a series of circular Iightboxes portraying iconic non-western figures while ('lush rif‘('ii'ilisurirm.v is a series of billboard installations which embody mass media imagery of South Asia.
0 Fifth Street Level Open the 25 Mar—Sat 3 May. Street Leve's fifth open exhibition featuring up-and-coming talent in photography and lens-based media from Scotland. selected from a national trawl for submissions. NEW SHOW.
25 Albert Drive. 08-15 330 3501. Tue-Sat noon—8pm; Sun noon—6pm.
Marisa Zanottl Fri 1-1 & Sat I5 Mar. Noon—8pm. A video installation showcasing the work of the choreographer/director who received a Creative Scotland award in 2001. See
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Garry Fabian Miller A new series of cameraless photographic images by Garry Fabian Miller. Usmg techniques pioneered in the 19th century, Miller creates optically mesmerising abstract images by pasSing light through ()ll, which then falls onto light senSitive paper. See prewew. Inglebv Gallery; Edinburgh, Wed 79 Mar—Sat 26 Apr.
Glasgow School of Art Fashion Show 2003 With past students gomg on to work for fashion houses all over the world, a chance to see this year's graduate crop of fashion deSigners as they show off their collections in a professional environment. The Arches, Glasgow, Wed 79 Mar.
Kenny Hunter/James Rielly Two strong shows at Talbot Rice featuring a number of existing soulptures by Kenny Hunter which have been reworked to offer new and contextual readings of his practice. and a humorous yet disturbing collection of figurative watercolours by James Rielly in the round room which explore childhood. See review. Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh, until Sat 22 Mar.
.5 Gordon Matta-Clark: The Space Between Last chance to see this remarkable collection of photographic and film w0rks by the legendary American artist Gordon- Matta Clark. best known for his process of ‘cutting' — carving huge sections from building. CCA, Glasgow, until Sun 23 Mar.
David Sherry The man who stitched blocks of wood to the soles of his feet all in the name of art shows Umbilical Cord, a Video piece which takes an ironic look at the pros and cons of anyone looking for a scientifically enhanced lifestyle. Collective Gallery, Edinburgh, until Sun 30 Mar.
f Fifth Street Level Open A chance to view some of the up- and-coming talent in photography and lens-based media from Scotland in Street Level's fifth annual open exhibition. Street Level, Glasgow, Tue 25 Mar—Sat 3 May.
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