Gallery of Modern Art continued
Storm: An Installation by Dalziel + Scullion Until Stilt 7 Mar. A comtnissioned installation for GOMA. created by artist duo Dalziel + Scullion. Each day a different image will be projected onto a screen which reveals the unique ecological circumstances found at a number of sites throughout Scotland.
Rouken Glen Road. 620 0235. Mon. Thu. Fri & Sun 1.30—5.30pm: Sat
Mixed Spring Exhibition Until Mon I Mar. A spring selection of small paintings by gallery artists plus sculpture by Tom Allan.
CYRIL GERBER FINE ART
148 West Regent Street. 22l 3095. Mon—Sat 9.30am—5.30pm.
Mixed Exhibition Until Sun 29 Feb. A selection of 20th century British paintings. drawing and sculpture including works by the Scottish (‘olourists and the Glasgow Boys.
GLASGOW FILM THEATRE
12 Rose Street. 332 8128.
A Graphic History of Modern American Cinema Until Mon 15 Mar. An exhibition of graphic film posters by Steven I.ochrie.
GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO
22 8.: 25 King Street. 552 0704. Tue-Sat l()am-»—5.30pm.
Imprint: Triennale lnternazionale D’lncisione Until Sat 13 Mar. Jointly presented by Glasgow Print Studio. Iidinburgh Printmakers and the Italian (‘ultural Institute. a major celebration of Italian graphic art featuring contemporary etchings and engraving by 24 of the most respected graphic artists working in Italy today.
Out of Darkness Until Sat 13 Mar. Mezzotints by Konstantin (‘bmutin. Stuart Duffin. Martin Langford. (‘raig McPherson and (‘arol Wax.
THE GLASGOW PROJECT ROOM
Top floor. 64 ()sborne Street. 552 I472. Tue—Sat noon—~5pm.
Pia lsaksson, Elin Helena Evertsdottir and Birta Gudionsdottir Until Sat 2| Feb. An exhibition of work by three Icelandic students.
GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART The Mackintosh Gallery. I67 Renfrew Street. 353 4500. Mon -Fri 10am-7pm: Sat 10am—2pm.
The Jerwood Drawing Prize Until Sat 2l Feb (Mackintosh Gallery). Now iti 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 police. and that of the other finalists. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
Women at the Godollo Artists’ Colony Thu 4- Sat 27 Mar (Mackintosh Gallery). As part of the year-long celebrations of Hungary‘s entry to the Iiuropean Union. paintings. graphics. textiles and furniture created by artists in the Godollo Arts and (‘rafts colony which flourished between 1901 and I920. NEW SHOW. Third Year Sculpture Department Exhibition Thu l9—Fri 27 Feb (Newbery Gallery: Mon—Fri l0am—5pm: Sat 10am-2pm). Recent work by third year sculpture students.
Metaphors Until Wed 25 Feb (Atrium Gallery. Foulis Building:
90 THE LIST 19 Feb—4 Mar 2004
Mon-Thu 10am—8pm: Fri 10am 5pm). A portfolio of text and image by Ken Garland. one of the UK‘s most respected graphic designers who was involved in the 1964 First Things First manifesto which set out an agenda for design.
Hungarian Jewellery and Textiles Wed 3 Mar» Thu 8 Apr(Atrium Gallery. Foulis Building: Mon—Thu l0am-—8pm: Fri 10am—5pm). Recent textiles by Anna Kubinyi and jewellery by young artists and designers from Budapest as part of Hungary in Focus 2004 Festival. NEW SHOW.
GREAT WESTERN AUCTIONS LTD 29—37 ()tago Street. 339 3290.
Auction Sale of Pictures Fri 2() 8; Sat 21 Feb. A sale of over 200 paintings including works by Mary Armour. Donald Bain. Leslie Banks. John Bellany. Peter Howson and Neil McPherson. Viewing on Fri followed by the sale on Sat from noon.
JOHN GREEN FINE ART
l82 Bath Street. 333 199]. Mon -Fri l0.30am>—5pm; Sat 10.30am -lpm. Mixed Exhibition tintil Wed 3! Mar. A selection of contemporary. 19th and 20th century paintings including works by Peter Nardini. David Smith. Michael (‘larke and Margaret Ballantyne.
F.W. HOLROYD GALLERY
9—] l George Street. 552 2024. Mon Sat 9am—5pm.
Malcolm Butts Until Sat 28 Feb. ()riginal watercolours of Scotland. Francis Boag Mon l~~Sat 27 Mar. New Scottish landscape paintings by Francis Boag.
HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY University of Glasgow. 82 IIillhead Street. 330 543 l. Mon—Sat 9.30am-5pm; Sun l2.30—4.3()pm.
20th Century Painting from the Permanent Collection lfntil Fri 3| Dec. A selection of the IIunterian‘s fine art collection of British art frotn the 20th century.
Scottish Art 1800-1900 Until Sat l8 Sep. A small but significant collection of l9th century Scottiin an. gifted to the Hunterian by private collectors. The
Rockets and Blue Lights by Turner on show at the Burrell Collection
display includes works by Sir David Wilkie. Horatio Mc('ulloch and Sir William Mc’l'aggart.
l8 King Street. 552 2540. Mon Fri l0am—5pm.
Zoo-graphy Sat 2] Sat 28 Feb. The launch of the book Zoo-graphy which documents Yvonne Mullock's residency at the Walter Rothschild Zoological Museum in Ilerfordshire. The exhibition also features new works inspired by her experience while at the
LLOYD JEROME GALLERY
200 Bath Street. 33l 0722. Tue Sat 9am 6pm.
Pascal LeGras Until Wed 25 Feb. Paintings attd video work by Pascal I.eGras. designer of many of the album covers for The Fall.
Ronnie Gildea Sat 28 Feb Wed 24 Mar. Abstract figurative paintings by Ronnie Gildea.
ll Mitchell Lane. 221 6362. Mon. Wed Sat 10.30am 5pm: Tue
I lam 5pm: Sun noon 5pm. £3 (80p). White Light Until Sun I l Apr. Finland's leading textile designers. mother and dattghtcr partnership Riitta I.iisa and Anna Riitta IIaavisto. present a site-specific installation which explores ways of using different papers as diverse materials.
Terra lncognita Until Stm 9 May. An alternative audio guide taking the listener through an everyday city that has been transformed by a series of new sound environments. Re:Motion Until Wed 31 Mar. A I.ighthouse touring exhibition focusing on the differing approaches to transport—related issues and their impact on the built environment. sust.: The Lighthouse on Sustainability Mon 23 & Tue 24 Feb. Mon 9am 530an Tue 9am-5pm. £94 £141. Integrated approaches to urban sustainability are explored in this two-day conference featuring speakers from the UK. Norway. Denmark. Sweden. Germany and Belgium.
LILLIE ART GALLERY
Station Road. Milngavie. 578 8847.
Tue Sat l0ant lpm & 2 5pm. Bearden Art Club Sat 2| Feb Fri l2 Mar. A mixed show of work by members of the Bearden Art (‘lub featuring landscapes. still life and figurative paintings.
KELLY COOPER BAR
158 Bath Street. 331 4060. Mon Thu noon lam; Fri Sat noon 3am. Shapes of Things Ifntil Wed 17 Mar. 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 Rtissell is the featured artist until 25 Feb. followed by Sonja Dragojlovic (26
Feb 17 Mar).
MANSFIELD PARK GALLERY
5 Ilyndland Street. 342 4124. Wed Fri
l lam 6pm: Sat I lam 5pm; Sun
Fenwick Spire I'nlil Wed It) 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 Iceland and are shown alongside Kevin Pollock’s wooden constructions.
322 8; 324 Duke Street. Dennistoun. 556 7276. Tue Sat noon 6pm.
What’s Love Got to Do with It l'ntil Sat I3 Mar. Iiight artists explore the theme of love in a diverse range of media. The show includes (’eline .\IcIlmunn and Gerry (‘lark‘s evolving loop of the word ‘Iove' extracted from a shared record collection; Glasgow School of Art photography graduate Mari Lagerquist shows a short DVD projection; (‘orinne (‘arlson ltas created a 4.5m long banner of King Kong's eyes viewed through 3-D glasses and also on show is New York-based artist ('arolec Schneeman's contrmersial film l‘uses of I965.
270 Sauchiehall Street. 565 4 l()(). Mon Sat 10am 5pm: Sun noon 5pm. Art Treasures of Kelvingrove
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