Art listings

Glasgow Galleries continued


Rotiken (ilen Road. (320 0235. Mon. Thu. l-‘ri & Sun I.30 5.30pm: Sat

I l.3()am 5.30pm.

Alexander Robb Sun 7 Mon 2‘) Mar. A solo show of still life and landscape oil paintings by Alexander Robb.


1-18 West Regent Street. 22] 3095.

Mon Sat 9.30am 5.30pm.

Mixed Exhibition t‘ntil Wed 3| Mar. A selection of 20th century British paintings. drawing and sculpture including works by the Scottiin ('olourists and the (ilasgow Boys.

GLASGOW BOTANIC GARDENS 730 (ireat Western Road. 33-1 2422. Dain 1 lam-4pm.

3L8 Art Club An exhibition and sale of work by members of the club.


l2 Rose Street. 332 8l28.

A Graphic History of Modern American Cinema lfntil Mon 15 Mar. An exhibition of graphic film posters by Steven I.ochrie.


22 8; 25 King Street. 552 070-1. Tue Sat l0am- 5.30pm.

Imprint: Triennale Internazionale D’Incisione l'ntil Sat I3 Mar. Jointly presented by (ilasgow Print Sttidio. Iidinburgh Printmakers and the Italian (‘ultural Institute. a major celebration of Italian graphic art featuring contemporary etchings and engraving by 2-1 of the most respected graphic artists working in Italy today.

Out of Darkness lintil Sat 13 Mar. Mezzotints by Konstantin ('hmutin. Stuart Duftin. Martin Langford. (‘raig McPherson and (‘arol Wax.

THE GLASGOW PROJECT ROOM Top floor. 6-1 ()sborne Street. 552 1-172. Tue Sat noon ~5pni.

Paul Flannery I'iitil Sat (i Mar. Recent work.


The Mackintosh (ialIery. I67 Renfrew Street. 353-1500. Mon I‘ri I0am--7pm; Sat I0am-~2pm.

Women at the Godollo Artists’ Colony Thu -1- Sat 27 Mar (Mackintosh (ialleryi. As part of the year-long celebrations of Hungary's entry to the Iiuropean I'nion. paintings. graphics. textiles and furniture created by artists in the (iodollo Arts and ('rafts colony which flourished between l‘)0l and l‘)20. Hungarian Jewellery and Textiles I'ntil Thu 8 Apr (Atrium (iallery. l-‘oulis Building: Mon Thu l0am 8pm: I-‘ri I0am 5pm). Recent textiles by Anna Kubinyi and jewellery by young artists and designers from

Budapest as part of Hungary in Focus 200-1 I‘estival.

Surfaces Geologia Mon 8 Sun 28 Mar (Podium (iallery). A solo show of drawings by Patricia (‘ain which reference conceptual architectural drawing and the urban and rural landscape of Scotland.

Fine Art Photography Department Exhibition Mon 8—I‘ri 1‘) Mar (.\'ewbery (iallery: Mon-I-‘ri I0am-5pm; Sat I0am-2pm). An exhibition of student work from the line art photography department.


I82 Bath Street. 333 191)]. Mon-Fri 10.30am ~5pm; Sat 10.30am» Ipm. Mixed Exhibition I'ntil Wed 3| Mar. A selection of contemporary. 19th and 20th century paintings including works by Peter .\'ardini. David Smith. Michael (‘larke and Margaret Ballantyne.


1) I I (ieorge Street. 552 202-1. Mon Sat 9am 5pm.

Francis Boag I'ntil Sat 2" Mar. New Scottish landscape paintings by I-‘rancis


HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY l'niversity of (ilasgow. 82 Ilillhead Street. 330 5-13I. Mon Sat 9.3()am~5pm: Sun 12.30 4.30pm.

Scottish Art 1800-1900 lintil Sat 18 Sep. A small btit significant collection of I‘)th century Scottish art. gifted to the

7 February - l3 March 2004


contemporary international mezzotints Konstantin Chmutin (Russia). Stuart Duffin (Scodand). Martin Langford (England). Craig

McPherson (USA). Carola Wax (USA).

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Open: Tuesday - Saturday






Galleries II 8: III IMPRINT -

The 2nd Triennale InternaZionc D'lnosrone. Cicri. Italy. A jomt exhibition (With Edinburgh

Printmakers and Glasgow Print Studio)

25 King Street, Glasgow GI SQP oTel: 014i 552 I394 0

94 THE LIST 1: 1.1-3 Mar 2004

Drawings by Patricia Cain as pa of Surfaces Geo

llunterian by private collectors. The display includes works by Sir David Wilkie. Horatio McCulloch and Sir William McTaggart.

20th Century Painting from the Permanent Collection I'ntil Fri 3| Dec. A selection of the Ilunterian's line art collection of British art from the 20th century.


18 King Street. 552 25-10. Daily

noon 6pm.

Look Out for my Love it’s in Your Neighbourhood Sun 7 Sun l-1 Mar. Icelandic artist IIrafnhildur llalldorsdottir explores love and failure in this exhibition of drawings and stitched works using everyday and craft materials. NEW SHOW.


200 Bath Street. 33] 0722. Tue Sat 9am (rpm.

Ronnie Gildea l'ntil Wed 24 Mar. Abstract figurative paintings by Ronnie (iildea.


M Mitchell Lane. 22] (3362. Mon.

Wed Sat l0.30am 5pm; Tue llam 5pm: Sun noon 5pm. £3 (80p).

Re:Motion I'ntil Wed 3| Mar. A Lighthouse touring exhibition focusing on the differing approaches to transport- related issues and their impact on the built environment. Iiach Scottish-based architect practice including Bennetts Associates. Dulchas. (iareth Iloskins. Sutherland lIussey. Page and Park Architects and McKeown Alexande presents its ideas.

White Light I'ntil Sun I l Apr. Finland's leading textile designers. mother and daughter 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 l'ntil Sun 9 May. An alternative audio guide taking the listener throuin an everyday city that has been transformed by a series of new sound environments.

Hungarian Architecture Today - Modernist and Organic Sat I3

Mar Sun I 1 Apr. The only I'K showing of this exhibition which looks at the recent developments in Hungary.


Station Road. Milngavie. 578 88-17. Tue-«Sat I0am Ipm 8; 2-5pm. Bearsden Art Club I'ntiI I-‘ri I2 Mar. A mixed show of work by members of the


logia at Glasgow School of Art Bearsden Art ('lub featuring landscapes. still life and figurative paintings.


I58 Bath Street. 33] -10(i0. Mon Thu nooir lam; Fri Sat noon 3am. Shapes of Things l'nul Wed 31 Mar. The Shapes of Things is a series of exhibitions highlighting the work of recent graduates and students at (ilasgow School of Art and other art colleges. Sonja Dragojlovic shows work until I7 Mar followed by Kathryn Pender ( l8 Mar onwards).


5 Ilyndland Street. 3-12 412-1. Wed -I-'ri

l Iatn (rpm; Sat 1 Iain 5pm; Sun

noon 4pm.

Fenwick Spire l‘ntil Wed It) Mar. Two (ilztsgow 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.

Lil Neilson l‘i'i 13 Mar Sat ‘) Apr. A solo show of landscape paintings by .\'eilson ( 1938 I098) all created in the village of ('attcrline. made famous by Joan Iiardley. NEW SHOW.


322 ck 32-1 Duke Street. Dennistoun. 556 7276. Tue Sat noon 6pm.

6 What’s Love Got to Do with It I'ntil Sat 13 Mar. Iiight artists explore the theme of love in a diverse range of media. See review and Ilitlist.


270 Sauchichall Street. 565 -1l00.

Mon Sat I0am 5pm; Sun noon 5pm. Art Treasures of Kelvingrove I'tttil Nov 2005. As [he Kclvingrovc Mtiseum 6’; Art (iallery has now closed its doors for major refurbishment. over 200 paintings from the Kelvingrove collection take up residency at the Mcl.e|Ian (ialleries. The display includes Thomas liaed's The Last rift/re ('lun and Rembrandt's A .llun in Arnrom'. plus work by (‘harles Rennie Mackintosh. Dutch and I’lemish art.


-17 Parnie Street. 552 5627. Tue Sat

I lam» 5pm.

March Madness l'ntil Wed 31 Mar. A mixed show by gallery artists including small new works by (ierard M Burns plus works by (‘olin Park. l‘i'ancis Boag and Lynsey liwan.