Exhibitions are listed by city, then alphabetically by venue. Submit listings at least ten days before publication to, by post or by tax on 0131 557 8500. Listings are compiled by Helen Monaghan.

Glasgow Galleries


l(i—l Woodlands Road. 332 “028. Mon Fri Illatn 5pm; Sat Illam 12.30pm.

Mixed Show l'ntil Thu lll Apr. ()rigiiial paintings by regular gallery artists.


353 Argy le Street. (MN U22 0300. Kathleen Little l'iitil Stiii 30 Mar. Digital floral works by Kathleen Little inspired by poems she has written over the last ten years.

Eltono + Nuria Wed 0 Sun 13 Apr. A collaborative show from Madrid-based artists lil 'l‘oiio and .\'tiria. l'sing mixed media. they produce a series of signature works inspired by site and context. See also (ilasgow Art Fair entry. l’url (ll-RAH? Real Art ll’i't'kt'ml.


l‘) l’arnie Street. 552 777‘). Mon Sat

noon 5pm.

Portfolio Fri 4 Mon 28 Apr. A large mixed show of paintings by gallery artists including l’eter Nardini. Jamie ()‘Dea. laii liliot. Fiona (iraham. Jtiditli Bridgland. Mary Batchelor and ('lieryleiie Dy er. NEW Sl lOW,


I29 Bath Street. 07763 222323.

Suite Art l’iitil Thu 3 Apr. A series of weekly exhibitions each show ing the work of a different student currently attending (ilasgow School of Art. With an opening every Fri from 5pm. Ruth Mulvie shows work until Thu 3 Apr followed by Louise llepwortli (Fri J-Thu [7 Apr); ('helsea Knight tl‘ri lS-Thu 24 Apri and the (‘omic Book. at L‘olles‘liye of 2.5 girlisls (Fri 25 Apr- Thu | May l.


|S5a Bath Street. 222 2830. Tue— Sat Illam 5.30pm.

Mixed Show l'ntil Thu l7 Apr. Paintings by Bill Alston. (iraeme Sharp. l’eter Murray and Donald MacLeod.

ROGER BILLCLIFFE FINE ART I34 Blythswood Street. 332 4027. Mon Fri 0.30am 5.30pm; Sat lllam lpiii.

David Martin Sat 2‘) Mar Sat ll) Apr. New paintings by David Martin. RSW. R(il. NEW SHOW.

Malcolm Martin and Gaynor Dowling Sat 2‘) Mar Sat 1‘) Apr. New carvings.

Mark Nuell Sat 2‘) Mar Sat ll) Apr. (‘ontemporary jewellery.

Animal Magic Sat 2‘) Mar-Sat l‘) Apr. An exhibition of animal related painting. sculpture and ceramics.


ll) Kiiig Street. 553 ()733. Tue Sat

l |.3(lam— | lpm.

Vivacity l'ntil Stiti 30 Mar. A debut show of paintings by Russian artist A \'eiiski. Pushkin-Puppets-And Folktales Sun (i Apr- Fri 23 May. ('olourful exhibition celebrating Russia's best-loved writer. featuring material relating to Russian puppet-theatre and folklore. as well as puppets made by one of today‘s greatest puppet makers. John Blundell. who will be running workshops to accompany the exhibition.


350 Sauchiehall Street. 352 4900. Sun—Wed l lam—opm; Thu-Sat l |ain~8pm. Boys in the City Sat 2‘) Mar.

9am—8pm. For one day. an exhibition of

photographic work by Menelas Siatakas in support of Body Positive Strathclyde. an organisation run by and for HIV-positive people.


Vacant shell unit. 5| 5.3 (‘ochrane Street. Pond l’ntil Sat 2‘) Mar. Recent work by Helen Mc(‘rorie. Kim McKinney. Lara Rivera. Maria Mc(‘avana and Nirv cda Alleck.


l'niversity of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 548 2558. Mon Fri lllam 5pm; Sat noon 4pm.

Ceramic Contemporaries 4 Sat 20 Mar Sat 3 May (closed lts’ 2| Apri. The only Scottish show ing of this exhibition of ceramics by over 50 recent graduates from throughout the [K in an attetnpt to challenge preconceptions as to what makes a pot a pot or what makes ceramics art. NEW SHOW.


178 West Regent Street. 22l (i370.

Mon Sat Illam 5.30pm.

Scottish Landscapes l‘ntit Wed 3t) Apr. An exhibition of landscapes by selected gallery contemgmrary artists including James Morrison. David Martin. Andrew Walker. Philip Braham. Jonathan Shearer and many others.


3| (‘hisholm Street tentraiice through salon). 552 7l()(). Mon Wed. Fri & Sat |().3(|am 5.30pm; Thu |().3()am 7pm. Vistas l'ntil Stiii 30 Mar. An exhibition of work by two Danish-based artists Tulle Ruth and ('arina Zitiiiiio. Ruth‘s work consists of interviews with retired priests from Scotland and Denmark from a generation that has seen the shift in our relationship to (iod and religion. '/.unino's .S'ky‘motmtuiri Stories is a floor-object with built-in sound and a floor drawing made by chalk.


Saltoun Lane. 24 Ruthven Street. 357 NW. Mon- Fri & Sun |2.3()~ 5.30pm; Sat 10.30am 5.30pm.

Sue Biazotti Sun 3|) Mar—Sun 25 May. A solo show of new work featuring landscape and figurative paintings. NEW SHOW.


Queen Street. 22‘) 19%. Mon Thu K: Sat “lain-Spin; Fri- Stiii l lamm5pm.

O Sanctuary Thu 10 Apr—Mon 2‘) Sep. 'l'ackling human rights and their abuse. this major exhibition brings together the work of over 30 contemporary artists. Developed in partnership with Amnesty International and the Scottish Refugee ('ouncil. the exhibition explores subjects such as forced migration. displacement. torture. oppression. identity and concepts of home. And the line-up of artists is impressive: Anthony (iormley. Bill Viola. Louise Bourgeois. Shirin .\'eshat. Ross Sinclair aitd Kenny llunter to name but a few. NEW SHOW.

Sight Mapping L'ntil Sun 4 May. Linda Beseiner. Andrew Bick. Rolf Bier. l’ia Fries and Sonita Singwi are among the line-up of artists who explore multiple forms of abstraction.


Rouken Glen Road. 620 ()235. Mon. Thu. Fri & Sun |.3()—5.3()pm; Sat

l l.3()am—5.3t)pm.

Spring Exhibition l'ntil Mon 3| Mar. A mixed show of work by gallery artists featuring paintings by Shona Barr. |an lilltot. Deborah Campbell and Kate Henderson plus sculpture by Walter

Aw lson.


George Square. 553 l937. Thu & Fri l(l.3(|am—8pm; Sat ll).3(|ani—(i.3()pm; Sun noon—6.30pm. £4 (£2.50; under Ills t'reei. For more information

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0 Glasgow Art Fair Thu to Sun t.3 Apr. .\'ovv in its eighth year. Scotland's national contemporary art fair takes tip residence in (ieorge Square bringing together around 50 galleries from throughout the LR and liurope New for this year is listension. a pavilion that will liouse seven additional Scottish arts organisations including the (‘('A. (‘ollective (iallery. Frtiitmarket (iallery. (‘ilasgow Sculpture Studios. Lapland.

va itchspace and Tramway. NE‘v'. SHCV. RAW: Real Art Weekend Wed 3) Sun l3 Apr. As part of (ilasgovv Art liatr. Row offers five days of exhibitions. events and openings taking place in some of (ilasgow 's most exciting visual arts venues. This year. a free btis has been laid on and will travel in a loop around all the venues which include the Arches. ('('A. (ilasi—‘ow School of Art. (ilasgow Sculpture Sttidios aitd Tramway.


l-lt-l West Regent Street. 22l 3005. Mon Sat 9.30am 5.30pm.

Within Sight and Sound of the Sea Sat 2‘) Mar Sat l‘) Apr. Recent paintings by Frances Macdonald. NEV.’ SHOVT


12 Rose Street. 332 3128.

Going Global l'ntil Mon 3| Mar. Stills front an animated film. (inure (ilohul. made by bi-Iingual and local (ilasgow children.

Italian Journeys Tue 1 Wed 30 Apr. Sketches. drawings and paintings of Venice. Rome and Sienna by Richard Norman. NEW SHOW.


22 6t 25 King Street. 552 0704. Tue Sat Illain 5.30pm.

Barbara Rae: Travelog t'iiiil Sal It) May. Paintings. monotypes. editioned screenprints and etchings by Barbara Rae inspired by travels and residencies in France. Ireland. Italy. Scotland and the (SA.

Joyce Leitch: Something Else l'ntil Sat ll) May. A series of l2 inonotypes and prints representing the months in the year inspired by Louis McNeice's poem. .Wt'l'lfllg’ Point. Shu-Ching Yeh: Etchings and Drypoints l'ntil Sat ll) May. litchings and dry-points by this visiting artist from Taiwan.


Top floor. ()4 ()sborne Street. 552 1472. Tue -Sat noon -5pm.

Vista Sat 2‘) Mar Sat 5 Apr. Constructions. sound and video relating to architecture and landscape by (‘arina Zunino. Tulie Ruth and l'rsula .\'istrup. NEW SHOW.


167 Renfrew Street. 353 4500. Mon Thu |()amv~7pm; Fri l()am- 4.45pm; Sat l()am-- noon.

0 Lucienne Day: Silk Mosaics and Early Textiles Mon 7 Appsiii It) May (Mackintosh (iallery i. Lucienne Day. along with her husband Robin. pioneered the introduction of contemporary design during the l‘)5()s arid 1960s arid their influence continues to inspire contemporary designers today. She was known for her abstract. geometric patterns for textiles. and this exhibition surveys her work over the last 5() years. including classic 50s designs and her recent silk mosaics of the 80s and 90s. See feature. NEW SHOW. Continuing Education Adult's Exhibition Fri 4 -Fri 1 | Apr (Newbery (iallery'i. Annual exhibition of work by adults attending the continuing education programme.

Continuing Education Children’s Exhibition l'ntil Fri 28 Mar (Newbery Gallery). Work by children attending the continuing education programme.

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Lucienne Day: Silk Mosaics and Early Textiles From her claSSic SOs designs to recent stlk mosaics of the 80s and 90s. a retrospective ol the work 01 Ltic‘ienne Day who. along With her husband Robin. pioneered the introduction of contemporary deSign. See feature. ilasgow School olArt. Glasgow, Mon 2‘

Apr Sat IO May.

lnka Essenhigh Spectacularty weird cartoonesdue figurative paintings by the celebrated New York artist Inka Essenhtgh, influenced by surrealism. Italian renaissance iconography. Japanese animati0n and contemporary mythologies. See prewew. Fruit/narket Gallery: Edinburgh, Sat 5 Apr—Sat 24 May.

Christopher Wool Described as the ‘anXious Vicar of 808 painting. obsessed With manners. morals and dress codes'. the first maJOf UK solo show by the American artist known for his bold. multi-layered paintings. See preview. Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee. Sun 6 Apr—Sun 8 Jun.

Sanctuary An impresswe line-up of artists Including Bill Viola. Anthony Gormley. ROSS Sinclair and Shirin Neshat eprOre issues of human rights and their abuse in this major exhibition of work. Gallery 0/ Modern Art. Glasgow. Thu lOApr—Mon 29 Sep.

Glasgow Art Fair Galleries from the UK and Europe take up reSidence in George Square tor the eighth Glasgow Art Fair. New for this year is Extension. a paVilion that Will house seven additional cutting-edge contemporary art organisations and there's the return of RAW: Real Art Weekend. five days of exhibitions. events and openings taking place across Glasgow's galleries. George Square, Glasgow, Thu lO—Sun 73 Apr.

Garry Fabian Miller A new series of cameraless photographic images by Garry Fabian Miller. Usmg techniques pioneered in the 19th century. Miller creates optically mesmerismg abstract images Created by passmg light thrOugh oil which then falls onto light sensitive paper. lngleby Gallery, Edinburgh. until Sat 26 Apr.


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