collaboration with short filmmaker Kevin Hare. NEW SHOW.


200 Bath Street. 331 0722. Tue—Sat 9am—6pm.

Ronnie Gildea Until Wed 24 Mar. Abstract figurative paintings by Ronnie Gildea.

Glasgow Behind Glass Wed 24 Mar—Wed 12 May. Paintings on glass by Emil Schult. former band member Kraftwerk. NEW SHOW.


ll Mitchell Lane. 221 6362. Mon. Wed—Sat 10.30am—5pm; Tue 11am—5pm; Sun noon—5pm. £3 (80p).

Re:Motion Until Wed 31 Mar. A Lighthouse touring exhibition focusing on the differing approaches to transport- related issues and their impact on the built environment. Scottish-based architects. including Bennetts Associates. Dulchas. Gareth Hoskins. Sutherland Hussey. Page and Park Architects and McKeown Alexander. present their ideas.

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.

Hungarian Architecture Today - Modernist and Organic Until Sun 1 1 Apr. The only UK showing of this exhibition which looks at the recent developments in Hungary.

Laszlo Lugosi Lugo: Art Nouveau in Budapest Until Fri 30 Apr. An exhibition looking at the range of architectural styles to be found in Budapest. The city has preserved more of its Art Nouveau buildings than Paris. Munich. Brussels or Vienna.

Terra lncognita Until 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.

LILLIE ART GALLERY Station Road. Milngavie. 578 88-17. Tue—Sat 10am-1pm & 2—5pm.

Young People’s Art Sat 20—1-‘ri Bo Mar. Drawings. paintings and sculpture created by young people who attend the gallery's Saturday morning art classes.


158 Bath Street. 331 4060. Mon—«Thu noon—lam; Fri—Sat noon—3am. Shapes of Things Until Thu 1 Apr. 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. Kathryn Pender (18—31 Mar) followed by Emma Semple and Catherine [.yne frotn 1 Apr.


5 Hyndland Street. 342 4124. Wetl-‘liri I lam—6pm; Sat 1 1am—5pm; Sun noon—4pm.

Lil Neilson Until Sat 9 Apr. A solo show of landscape paintings by Lil Neilson (1938—1998) all created in the village of (‘attcrline. made famous by Joan liardley.


322 & 324 Duke Street. Dennistoun. 556 7276. Tue—Sat noon- 6pm.

Studio Projects #1 Sat 20 Mar—Sat 17 Apr. Market follows up last year‘s studio projects with a residency for two up and coming anists. Jim Ramsay and Chloe Julien. Ramsay works in large- scale installation using materials to hand while Julien works in animation. The public will be able to view the work-in- progress on 26 Mar. 2. 9. l3 & 16 Apr from noon-6pm. NEW SHOW.


Flat 3/2. 246 Bath Street. 07730 681-115. Sara Barker and Lotte Gertz Fri l9—Sun 21 Mar. Free. New artist-run gallery Mary Mary presents its inaugural show which features a sculptural installation from Sara Barker and collage works by Lotte (iertl. NEW SHOW.

Auditorium, Peter Pazmany Catholic Univ, Piliscsaba "on show as


270 Sauchiehall Street. 565 4100. Mon-~Sat 10am—5pm; Sun noon -5pm. Art Treasures of Kelvingrove Until Nov 2005. .-\s the Kelvingrove Museum & Art (iallery has now closed its doors for major refurbishment. over 200 paintings from the Kelvingrove collection take tip residency at the McLellan (ialleries. The display includes Thomas liaed's The Last oft/1e ('lun and Rembrandt's A Mun in Armour. pltis work by (‘harles Rennie Mackintosh. Dutch and Flemish art.


~17 Parnie Street. 552 5627. Tue Sat

1 lam—~5pm.

March Madness t'ntil Wed 31 Mar. A mixed show by gallery artists including small new works by (ierard M Burns plus works by ("ollin Park. Francis Boag and Lynsey liwan.


20 North Street. 287 2999. Mon» Thu 10.30am— 6.30pm; Fri Sat 10.30am 4pm. About Face: Portraits by Maud Sulter lfntil Wed 31 Mar. An exhibition of portraits including ten contemporary Scottish poets. as depicted by Maud Sulter.


73 Robertson Street. Suite 6. Floor 1. 248 371 l. Tue—Fri noon 5pm.

0 Monika Sosnowska l'ntil Sun 28 Mar. The Modern Institute as you've never seen it before as Polish artist Monika Sosnowska transforms the gallery space into a labyrinth of disorientating corridors. See review and llitlist.


221 West (ieorge Street. 248 9755.

Mon Fri 10am -5pm.

Glasgow Boys 8: Glasgow Girls l'ntil Sat 3 Apr. An exhibition of work by the (ilasgow Boys and (iirls including works by liA llorncl. James Paterson. liA Walton. Stuart Park. DY ('ameron and Katharine Cameron.

part of Hungarian Architecture Today at the Lighthouse

listings Art

Thomas Joshua Cooper - Rock Water Wood New works by the celebrated landscape photographer and head of photography at Glasgow School of An, Thomas Joshua Cooper. Using an antique field camera. he creates sublime, abstract images from extreme and inaccessible points of the land. See preview. lng/eby Gallery, Edinburgh, Thu 18 Mar—Sat 8 May.

Louise Bourgeois: Stitches in Time The powerful and original vision of Louise Bourgeois comes to Scotland in the first UK survey of her work, featuring life-size sewn fabric busts and two major suites of etchings. Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, until Sun 9 May.

Monika Sosnowska Polish artist Sosnowska follows up her disorientating hallways which featured in the Venice and Istanbul Biennales with a labyrinth of corridors that completely envelops the gallery space. See review. Modern Institute, Glasgow, until Sun 28 Mar.

ARTitecture From performance to painting. sculpture to digital art. 15 artists awaken awareness of the built environment featuring Marian Denis Campbell's Triptych Wall. Ben Johnson's stark canvases of architectural space and Johan Gaellman's cardboard room. See review. Col/ins Gallery, Glasgow, until Sat 27 Mar.

Incommunicado Samuel Beckett and filmmaker Marin Karmitz' rediscovered film Comedie (1966) forms the starting point of this touring exhibition exploring the consequences of communication breakdown. City Art Centre, Edinburgh, until Sat 8 May.

Ouroboros: The Music of Spheres Writer and critic John Calcutt's cyclical look at music in art featuring a wall piece by Jim Lambie, film footage of Robert Smithson's Spiral Jetty and David Alker and Peter Liddell's paintings of album covers on cream crackers. CCA, Glasgow, until Sun 4 Apr.

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