Exhibitions are listed by city, than alphabetically by venue. Submit listings at least ten days before publication to artGlist.co.uk, by post or by tax on 0131 557 8500. Listings are compiled by Helen Monaghan.
164 Woodlands Road. 332 0028. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sat 10amw 12.30pm (closed 25 Dec—4 Jan).
The Winter Collection Until Sat 31 Jan. Paintings by regular gallery artists including Helen M Turner. Davy Brown. James ()rr. Marie Hart and Robert Egginton and old (ilasgow photographs.
253 Argyle Street. 565 1023. Mon Sat 10am—10pm; Sun noon- l0pm (Closed 25 Dec. 1 8.: 2 Jan).
lain Smart: My Eyes are Bleeding L'ntil Sun 29 l‘eb. Photographs and illustrations of people and the environment by this (ilasgow School of Art graduate.
ART EXPOSURE GALLERY
1‘) Parnie Street. 552 777‘). Mon Sat noon—5pm (closed 25 1)ec- 4 Jan). Christmas Show tintil Sat 31 Jan. Paintings to suit every style and budget including works by Peter .\'ardini. Alan King. Joan Lawson and (ieoff MacDonald. plus ceramics by lilspeth Gardner and (‘arol lisson and jewellery by Lisa (iovan and Marley McKinnie.
THE ART HOUSE HOTEL
129 Bath Street. 07763 222323.
Suite Art L'ntil Wed 24 Dec. A series of fortnightly exhibitions showing the work of up-and-coming artists with an opening night on Friday from (ipm. Works by third year pupils at St Aloysius College are on show until 1 1 Dec followed by Willy Owens 1 12 24 Dec).
185a Bath Street. 222 2830. Tue Sat 10am—5.30pm (closed 25 & 26 Dec. 1 8; 2 Jan).
Christmas Show l'ntil Sat 31 Jan. A festive exhibition featuring paintings by over 70 artists. plus sculpture. ceramics and glasswork.
ROGER BILLCLIFFE FINE ART 134 Blythswood Street. 332 4027. Mon—Fri 9.30am 530me Sat 10am—1pm (closed 25 27 Jan & 1 3 Jan).
Glen Scouller: Paintings from India L'ntil Wed 21 Jan. Paintings by Glen Scouller made dttring a recent visit to India. plus works made in France and still life paintings in oils and watercolour.
Christmas Collections 2003 Until Wed 21 Jan. A mixed show of work by over 80 designers featuring jewellery. tableware. ceramics. handbags. wall- hangings. sculpture and automata.
THE BLYTHSWOOD GALLERY Suite 542 (5th floor). Baltic Chambers. 50 Wellington Street. 248 1991. Mon Fri 10am 5pm; Sat 10am 1pm.
The Christmas Exhibition t'ntil Sat 20 Dec. Over 150 paintings by mainly Scottish artists from the 19th and 20th century and present day. Artists include 1)Y ('ameron. Jack Knox. lilizabeth Blackadder. J Stuart Park and tnany tnore.
THE BRICK SPACE GALLERY One World Shop. 100 Bytes Road. 357 1567. Mon Sat 10am 5.30pm (closed 25 8; 26 Dec. 1 8; 2 Jan).
Rapoka! l'ritil Thu 1 1 Dec. Busts and abstracts in stone frotn Zimbabwe and textiles.
Christmas Hearth Exhibition L'ntil Wed 31 Dec. Woven vegetable dyed rugs from the Indian sub-continent. The Looking Glass Mon 5 Sat 31 Jan. An exhibition of fair trade mirrors from around the world.
CAFE COSSACHOK GALLERY
10 King Street. 553 0733. Tue Sat
I 1.30am l lptn (closed 2‘) Dec 7 Jan). Ludmila Kosmina l'ntit Thu 15 Jan. Ceramics.
Elena Kourenkova t'ntil Thu 15 Jan. Paintings.
350 Sattchiehall Street. 352 4900.
Tue Wed & in Sun 11am (ipmz Thu
1 lain Spin (closed 24 Dec 2 Jan). Kenny Hunter: Feedback Loop l'ntil Sttn 25 Jan. On display is Kenny llunter's commissioned sculpture for the (‘('A. a single. large-scale figure of a Japanese teenager from the streets of llarajuki in Tokyo. a representative of the extraordinary street fashion of that area. 0 Christian Marclay: The Sound of Christmas t'ntil Sun 21 Dec. The Sound (i/'('/t/'i.s‘lntus is an interactive/ performance project created by (‘hristian Marclay'. A mix of visttal art and music. the work comprises over 1000 l.Ps of ('hristmas music spanning 50 years. Live 1)] sets take place on Sun 14 Dec (4 (rpm): Tue 16 Dec 1‘) 1 1pm): Tue 18 Dec 1 10pm midnight). See llitlist.
l'niversity of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 548 2558. Mon 1-‘ri 10am 5pm: Sat noon 4pm.
Navigating Stevenson: Sara Gadd l'ntil Tue 23 Dec. first shown at the National Portrait (iallery itt lidinburgh. nine large-scale digital art works by Sara (iadd. l'sing the latest technology. (iadd has created a series of virtual spaces which recreates the
/ Glasgow Print Studio Gallery
29 November - 24 December 2003
Opening - Friday 28 Nov. 6pm - 8pm (:a l(‘t‘yy' m CHRISTMAS PRINT SHOW
An abundance of unique gifts for Christmas
Special Opening Hours for December:
IOam - 5.30pm Mon,Tues,Wed, Fri. Sat 10am - 8pm Thursdays |2Noon - 5pm Sundays
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Eva Rothschild's latest solo outing is among the best exhibitions at the Modern Institute this year. Given the illustrious band of artists who have filled the small gallery thus far, this is really saying something. Angular frames hang from the ceiling. clasped by tiny lacquered hands. There is a lot of weaving too, from a pixellated portrait of Nina Simone to the whip- like tubes that imprison a pair of found cat sculptures, again polished to a high sheen. This revelling in materials reaches its zenith with a brace of sculptures that seem to float magically unsupported at shoulder height, trailing loose fronds of woven strips from small spheres. It’s an odd mix of explicit hand-crafting and cool, considered forms, but one which makes for an engrossing, even thrilling show. (Jack Mottram)
I Modem Inst/tuft). G/asgow, uni/l FH 15) Doc.
celebrated author Robert Louis Stevenson’s journeys to the South Sea Islands in 1888.
Collins’ Christmas Show l'ntil Tue 23 Dec. A festive selection of ceramics. textiles. glass. jewellery and wood by' a host of artists \\ ith Wol'ls's ranging from £3 to £500.
178 West Regent Street. 221 6370. Mon Sat 10am 5.30pm (closed 25 & 20 Dec. 1 4 Jan).
The Christmas Exhibition t‘ntil Sat 31 Jan. A large selection of paintings. drawings. etchings. ceramics and jewellery by leading contemporary artists.
THE CONNAL GALLERY
36 West (ieorge Street. 332 5551. Mon Sat 10am 5.30pm.
Winter Landscapes l'ntit .\lon 15 Dec. Winter landscape paintings by- variotts artists including llamish Macdonald. John \Valct'liouse. Scott Naismith and Kirstie (‘ohen. Snow l-"ri 1‘) Dec Sat 3 Jan. An exhibition of work by various artists using snow as the theme for their work.
3| (’hisholm Street. (entrance through salon). 552 7100. Mon Wed. l'ri & Sat 10.30am 5.30pm; 'I‘hu 10.30am 7pm. Looking at People Looking Away l'ntil Thu 18 Dec. Drawings and paintings by Louise (‘happell pltts a recent collection of work and clothes by boo.
FULL CIRCLE GALLERY Saltottn Lane. 24 Rutliven Street. 357 199‘). Mon l‘ri & Stilt 12.30 5.30pm: Sat 11am 5.30pm.
Christmas Show l'ntil l-‘ri 9 Jan. Paintings by gallery artists ittcluding Peter Nardini. Alexandra (iardner and David Ross Warrilow plus ceramics and sketches with prices starting from £00.
GALLERY OF MODERN ART Queen Street. 22‘) 1990. Mon Wed & Sat 10am 5pm1'l‘hu 10am Spm: l‘ri ck Sun 1 lam 5pm (closed 25 S 20 Dec. 1 (k 2 Jam.
Love Over Gold l'ntil Sttn 25 Apr. A selection of works drawn from the Scottish National (iallery of Modern Art‘s collection of contemporary art with a focus on artists based in Scotland. (‘hristine Borland. .\1artin Boyce. Roderick Buchanan. Jim Lambie. Victoria Morton and Day id Shrigley feature in the selection.
Gallery Talks 'l‘ltll l l l)ec.
(v30 7.30pm. The curator of the Low ()ver (iold exhibition Ben llartnan discusses the exhibition's theme and components.
Storm: An Installation by Dalziel + Scullion t'ntil Sun 7 Mar. A commissioned installation for (i().\lA. created by artist duo Dal/iel + Scullion. liach day a different image will be projected onto a screen which reseals the unique ecological circumstances found at a number of sites throughout Scotland. 0 David Sherry 'I'hu 11 Dec Sun 15 l‘eb. .»\ solo show of new work from performance artist has id Sherry. best known for his Sun/zine video piece
w here he appeared 1o sew planks of wood to his feet. Shortlisted for die Beck's l-‘utures Award this year. the exhibition continues his exploration of the nonsensical aspects of the human condition and features performances centred around outstay ing one's welcome and the recasting of mythical figures Romulus and Remus as a pair of