Gallery of Modern Art continued
Artist’s Talks Thu 5 Feb. 6.30-7.30pm. (‘ontemporary photographer Wendy McMurdo talks about her work.
Rouken Glen Road. (320 0235. Mon. Thu. Fri & Stin l.30-- 5.30pm; Sat
1 l.30am- 5.30pm.
Mixed Spring Exhibition L'ntil Mon 1 Mar. A Spring selection of small paintings by gallery artists pltis sculpture by Tom Allan.
CYRIL GERBER FINE ART H8 West Regent Street. 221 3095. Mon—Sat 9.30am-5.30pm.
Mixed Show lintil Sat 28 Feb. A selection of 2()th century British paintings. drawings and sculpture.
GLASGOW FILM THEATRE
12 Rose Street. 332 8l28.
A Journey to Self t'ntil Sun 15 Feb. A display of Jenny Shu's black and white photographic journey with ('hina's ethnic minority groups.
A Graphic History of Modern American Cinema Mon In
Feb- Mon I5 Mar. An exhibition of graphic film posters by Steven Lochrie.
GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO
22 8; 25 King Street. 552 0704. Tue~Sat 10am 5.30pm.
Imprint: Triennale Internationale D’Incisione Sat 7 Feb-Sat 13 Mar. An exhibition showcasing some of the best contemporary etching and engraving from Italy and Scotland. See also lidinburgh Printmakers. NEW SHOW. Out of Darkness Sat 7 Feb Sat 13 Mar. Mex/.otints by Konstantin (‘hinutin. Stuart Duflin. Martin Langford. (‘raig McPherson and (‘arol Wax. NEW SHOW.
THE GLASGOW PROJECT ROOM
Top floor. ()4 ()shorne Street. 552 I472. Tue Sat noon 5pm.
Erica Eyres tiniil Sat 7 Feb. Recent work by (‘anadian artist lirica liyres. Pia Isaksson, Elin Helena Evertsdottir and Birta Gudjonsdottir Sat 1-1 Sat 2l Feb. An exhibition of work by three Icelandic students.
GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART The Mackintosh Gallery. 167 Renfrew Street. 353 4500. Mon Fri 10am 5pm: Sat l0am 2pm.
0 The Jerwood Drawing Prize l'ntil Sat 2| Feb (Mackintosh Gallery). Now in its eighth year. the Jerwood Drawing Prize is the only competition dedicated to promoting drawing as an integral part of contemporary art practice. This year’s selection is more conventional than last. featuring the winning work of Paul Brandford which
captures in blurred motion the moment a protester is set upon by riot bolice. and that of the other finalists. See llitlist. IAST CHANCE TO SEE.
Metaphors L'iitil Wed 25 Feb (Atrium Gallery. Fotilis Building: Mon-Thu l0am 8pm: Fri l0am 5pm). A portfolio of text and image by Ken Garland. one of the L'K's most respected graphic designers.
JOHN GREEN FINE ART
182 Bath Street. 333 l‘)‘)l. Mon Fri l0.30am 5pm: Sat 10.30am lpm. Mixed Exhibition lintil Sat 28 Feb. A selection of contemporary. l‘lth and 2()th century paintings including works by Peter Nardini. David Smith. Michael Clarke and Margaret Ballantyne.
16 HILLFOOT STREET lo llillfoot Street. Dennistoun. 551 8543.
7 February - l3 March 2004
Gallery I OUT OF DARKNESS -
contemporary international mezzotints Konstantin Chmutin (Russm). Stuart Duffin (Scotland). Martin Langiord (England). Craig
McPherson (USA). Carola Wax (USA).
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Open: Tuesday - Saturday
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The 2nd Triennale |nternaznone D'lncmone. Cieri. Italy. A 10int exhibition (with Edinburgh
Printmakers and Glasgow Print Studio)
25 King Street, Glasgow GI SQP °Telz O|4l 552 I394 ° www.gpsart.co.uk
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Photographic works by Iain Smart are on show at the Arches
Emily 4» Dougie’s Cave Painting Sat 7 Feb. 2~-8pm. For one afternoon only. artists limin and Dougie are opening tip their front room to the public to reveal their three-year long cave painting project in which every available inch of wall space is covered with monkey faces. lines and shapes. Also on show is their shun digital film Sinner/ting Happening which documents a wall painting being created over a 12-hour period. For more information see www.cavepainters.org.
F.W. HOLROYD GALLERY
9 l l George Street. 552 202-1.
Mon Sat 9am 5pm.
Malcolm Butts Until Sat 28 Feb. ()riginal watercolours of Scotland.
HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY University of Glasgow. 82 llillhead Street. 330 5431. Mon Sat
9.30am 5pm; Stiii 12.30» 4.30pm. Scottish Art 1800-1900 Until Sat l8 Sep. A small but significant collection of l‘)th century Scottish an. gifted to the llunterian by private collectors. The display includes works by Sir David VVilkie. Horatio Mc(‘ulloch and Sir William Mc'l‘aggart.
LLOYD JEROME GALLERY
200 Bath Street. 33] 0722. Tue-«Sat ()am opin.
Pascal LeGras Until Wed 25 Feb. Paintings and video work by Pascal LeGras, designer of many of the album covers for The Fall.
l l Mitchell Lane. 22] (i362. Mon. Wed Sat 10.30am -5pm; Tue
l lam 5pm; Stin noon- 5pm. £3 (80p). Maggie’s Exhibition tintil Sun 8 Feb. A focus on the Maggie‘s (‘entres
which aim to help people to adjust to living with cancer. Some of the world‘s best architects have designed these buildings. including Frank Gehrst new building in Dundee.
White Light Until Sun ll Apr. Finland's leading textile designers. mother and daughter partnership Riitta Liisa and Anna Riitta Haavisto. present a site-specific installation which explores ways of using different papers as diverse materials.
Terra Incognlta Sat 14 Feb—Sun 9 May. An alternative audio guide taking the listener through an everyday city that has been transformed by a series of new sound environments. NEW SHOW. Re:Motion Thu 19 Feb—Wed 31 Mar. A Lighthouse touring exhibition focusing on the differing approaches to transport-related issues and their impact on the built environment. NEW SHOW.
LILLIE ART GALLERY
Station Road. Milngavie. 578 8847. Tue~Sat l0am—lpm & 2-—5pm. Summer Flowers to Studio Interiors lintil Wed ll Feb. Still life paintings from the gallery‘s permanent collection.
Louise Annand: A Retrospective 1942-2002 Until Wed l l Feb. A retrospective exhibition focusing on the work of Scottish artist Louise Annand featuring paintings. book illustrations and art educational films.
Artist’s Talk Thu 5 Feb. 2.30pm. Free. Glasgow artist Louise Annand gives a talk on her long and varied
KELLY COOPER BAR
I58 Bath Street. 331 4060. Mon-Thu noon— 1 am: Fri—Sat noon—3am. Shapes of Things Thu 5— Wed I8 Feb. The Shapes of Things is a series of exhibitions highlighting the work of recent graduates and students at Glasgow School of Art and other art colleges. Jill Russell is the featured artist.
MANSFIELD PARK GALLERY
5 llyndland Street. 3-12 412-1. Wed-Fri l lain—6pm; Sat l lam—5pm; Sun noon-«1pm.
Fenwick Spire Tue 10 Feb—Wed 10 Mar. Two Glasgow School of Art graduates are brought together for this exhibition of new work. ()ran Wishart's paintings reference towering spires seen in the east coast of Scotland and lceland and are shown alongside Kevin Pollock‘s wooden constructions. NEW SHOW.
270 Sauchiehall Street. 565 4100. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun noon-«Spin. Art Treasures of Kelvingrove Until Nov 2005. As the Kelvingrove Museum & Art Gallery has now closed its doors for major refurbishment. over 200 paintings from the Kelvingrove collection take tip residency at the McLellan Galleries. The display includes Thomas Faed's The 111s! oft/w ( ‘lmi and Rembrandt's A Man in Armour. plus work by (‘harles Rennie Mackintosh. Dutch and Flemish an.
TRACEY MCNEE FINE ARTS
~17 Parnie Street. 552 5627. Tue—Sat
Landscapes L'ntil Thu 26 Feb. A mixed show of landscapes by Jonathan Meuli. Kelvin Burgoyne. David Smith and James Hawkins plus ceramics by Olivia Brown and wood turning by Scott lrvine.
THE MODERN INSTITUTE
73 Robertson Street. Suite 6. Floor l. 248 37l l. 'l‘ue---Fri noon- 5pm. Bjorn Dahlem Fri 6—Sun 29 Feb. German artist Bjorn Dahlem creates a sculptural installation for the gallery space. NEW SHOW.