Glasgow Galleries continued
PAISLEY MUSEUM & ART GALLERY
High Street. 88‘) 3l5l. Tue Sat 10am 5pm: Sun 2pm 5pm. Intermission t'ntil l-‘ri lo Apr. A display of Paisley Musetnn and Art Gallery's new acquisitions of contemporary art featuring works by (‘laire Barclay. limin Bates. Iinrico David and Jonathan ()wen.
Centre For Developmental Arts I8 Albion Street. 552 2822. Mon- Fri 10am—5pm.
Pop Idols I'ntil Fri 2 Apr. A multimedia show comprising paintings. prints and collage of famous celebrities.
RGI KELLY GALLERY
I 18 Douglas Street. 248 6386. Mon I‘ri 10.30am—5pm; Sat |0.30am lptn. Hamish, Isabella & Iona Montgomery lfntil Sat 27 Mar. An exhibition of oils and watercolours by this bttsband. wife and daughter team.
I00 Renfrew Street. 332 5057. Mon rl’ri ‘)atn-- opm; Sat 9am 4.30pm.
Ruby Graham t'ntil Wed 31 Mar. Landscape and ﬂoral studies by Ruby (iraham.
(i Burnfteld Road. (iiffnock. ()38 1200. Mon—Fri l lam bpm; Sat 10am 5.30pm; Sun noon-«5.30pm.
Mixed Show I'ntil Wed 3| Mar. A mixed show of paintings by gallery artists including Patsy McArthur. Kirsty Whiten. Donald Macdonald. Graeme Sharp. Blair Thomson and Pat Kratnek.
ST MARY’S CATHEDRAL
300 (ireat Western Road. 337 2862. Mon—Sat l()am- 5pm.
Presence Mon 22 Mar -I"ri ‘) Apr. Paintings Peter Howson featuring Stations oft/tr ( ‘ms‘s‘ are shown alongside contemporary works by six emerging Scottish artists. The show encompasses sound and light installations and includes Aileen Campbell. (‘ath Keay. Alan Keane. ('iara Phillips. Mark Neville and Michael Stumpf. NEW SHOW.
26 King Street. 552 2l5l. Tue Sat 10am—5.30pm.
The Rolling Stones and the Beatles Ifntil Sat 20 Mar. Paul Saltzmann‘s long-lost photographs which chronicles the Beatles‘ time in Ashram. India in l‘)()8 are shown alongside a series of photographs by (iered Mankowitz of the Rolling Stones on stage. backstage and at home frotn 1965 to 1967. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
Beverley Hood: Doppeldanger Tue 30 Mar Sat 8 May. Iidinburgh-
based artist Beverley llood‘s first major
solo show featuring seven portraits of artists created by 3]) character modelling software and a 3]) interactive web-based environment. NEW SHOW.
122—124 Sword Street. (off Duke Street). Dennistoun. 078l2 605745. Daily l~opni.
Sue Tompkins Sat 27 Mar. 6 8pm. Free. For one night only. a performance by (ilasgow-based artist Sue Tompkins at 7pm with a collage piece installed in one of the rooms.
778 Pollokshaws Road. 424 0858. Padraic Reaney t'ntil Wed 2| Apr. Paintings and prints by Irish artist Padraic Reaney exploring Irish history and myth.
28 King Street. 552 48l3. Tue Sat
Karla Black and Cheyney Thompson t‘ntil Sat 10 Apr. For this exhibition. Karla Black creates an installation for the space featuring lloor pieces and sculptures made from domestic cleaning products. ('heyney Thompson shows 10 to 15 acrylic paintings organ/a.
(i3 Trongate. 552 4267.
Being There I'ntil Sun 4 Apr. Photographs by Stanley Reilly depicting the celebrities of the ()()s and 70s inclttding Judy (iarland. Iili/abeth 'I'aylor. Peter Sellers and Charlton Heston.
l8 Albion Street. 552 2822. Mon l‘ri l0atn 5pm.
Source l'ntil Fri 2 Apr. An exhibition of work by members using hi and low- tech equipment to explore new media.
273 Iligh Street. 07747 10538].
Tue Sat llam 5pm.
Red Bus Go Sat 27 Marliri ‘) Apr. In a former vacant shop unit. SIiAM (set tip by Anne-Marie Watson and Liz Shannon) presents the second in a series of exhibitions at this new gallery space featuring new work by Nick Iivans and Laurence l-‘iggis. NEW SHOW.
WELLINGTON FINE ART
1 13 West Regent Street. 22] 910‘). Tue- I'ri 10.30am 5pm.
General Stock I'ntil Wed 3| Mar. A selection of l()th and 20th century paintings from the gallery's collection of works.
\ Glasgow Print Studio Gallery \\u_r 1w“ V a” H“, /"
Open: Tuesday - Saturday IOam - 5.30pm 20 March - I May 2004 Admission free Gallery | Gallery II Gallery Ill COOL BRITANNIA Abigail McLellan Helen Fay Contemporary Prints Prints and Paintings Penguins
25 King Street. Glasgow GI SQP °Telz 0I4I 552 I394 ° www.gpsart.co.uk
94 THE LIST 18 Mar 1 Apr 2004
This section lists museums currently showing temporary exhibitions. For details of other permanent attractions, see City Life, page 100.
AULD KIRK MUSEUM
The (‘ross. Kirkintilloch. 578 0144. Tue ~Sat l0am «1pm & 2 5pm. Woodhead Art Club t'ntil Sat |() Apr. Paintings and drawings by members of this art group.
2060 Polloksltaws Road. 287 2550. Mon-Thu & Sat l0am 5pm: l-‘ri & Sun llam 5pm.
Turner: The Late Seascapes I'ntil Sun 23 .May. A rare chance to see over 40 of Turner‘s late seascapes in oil
and watercolour created in the later half
of his life. The paintings. which have been brought together from collections throughout the [K and the ISA. inclttde Rockets and Blue Lights ((70.81’ (1] Hand). \l'ltult'rs (The Whale Ship) and Sunrise wit/t Sea Monsters. Curator’s Favourites Wed 24 Mar. 12.30pm. I’ree. Robert Wenley. curator of Iiuropean art ( l(i00 1800) discusses Masterpieces of Dutch (ilass. Curator’s Favourites Wed 3| Mar. 12.30pm. I-‘ree. Muriel King. museum manager gives a talk on Meet the Iitruscans.
GLASGOW BOTANIC GARDENS 730 (ireat Western Road. 334 2422. Daily llam 4pm. Free.
3L3 Art Club I'ntil Stm 2] Mar. An exhibition and sale of work by members of the 3I.s Art (‘Iub at Strathclyde I'niversity Senior Studies Institute.
THE HIDDEN GARDENS 'I‘ramway. 25 Albert Drive. 0845 330650]. Tue- Sat 10am 4pm; Sun noon 4pm.
The Hidden Gardens Scotland's first sanctuary garden dedicated to peace created in collaboration with nva organisation. landscape architects (‘ity Design (‘ooperative. the local community and a team of artists. A derelict industrial site adjoining 'I‘ramway has been transformed into a contemplative garden with dedicated artworks.
HOUSE FOR AN ART LOVER Bellahouston Park. It) Dumbreck Road. 353 4773. Daily l()am 5pm. £3.50 (£2.50).
Ann Kennedy t'ntil Wed 3| Mar. Photographic works of Scottish sea and landscapes by Ann Kennedy.
I'niversity Avenue. 330 4221. Mon- Sat 9.30am 5pm.
Rosengarten tintil Sat l7 Apr. Artist Anne Bevan and writer Janice (ialloway collaborate in this sculptural installation inspired by research into obstetric instruments and the mechanics of childbirth.
PEOPLE’S PALACE 8: WINTER GARDEN
(ilasgow (ireen. 554 0223. Mon~Thu & Sat l()am ~5me l’ri at Sun
Every Walk of Life t'ntil Sun 4 Apr. An exhibition of 50 black and white photographs portraying people with multiple sclerosis as part of a project to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the MS Society.
ST MUNGO MUSEUM OF RELIGIOUS LIFE AND ART
2 (‘astle Street. 553 2557. Mon Thu & Sat 10am 5pm; l‘ri 8; Sun llam 5pm. Mapping the Unseen - The Art of Ahmed Moustafa t'ntil Sun l8 Apr. (‘alligraphy-based artworks by Mtislim artist. Ahmed Moustafa.
Glasgow Museums Edinburgh Galleries
56 llillhottse Road. 52‘) 558‘). Mon—Thu 10am—8pm: l-‘ri l()am—5pm: Sat
Cover Story I'ntil l-‘ri ll) Mar. A selection from over 50 book jacket photographs by Paul Turner.
BOURNE FINE ART
6 Dundas Street. 557 4050. Mon liri 10am 6pm: Sat 1 lam - 2pm.
James McIntosh Patrick (1907-1998) I'ntil Thu 8 Apr. Paintings.
Mabel Royds I'ntil Thu 8 Apr. Prints and drawings by Mabel Royds.
CITY ART CENTRE
2 Market Street. 52‘) 3993. Mon—Sat 10am~5pm.
Keeping the Face: National Identity and Scottish Visual Arts lintil Sat 17 Apr. An exhibition exploring the differing paths in the development of Scottish an in the l‘)th and 20th centuries including works by John Duncan. James Drummond. William (iear. Will Macl.ean and Ian lloward.
Nature and Imagination: William Gilles and John Maxwell I'ntil Sat 17 Apr. An exhibition comparing and contrasting the work of friends and collaborators William (iillies and John Maxwell.
Raw Talent: 100 Years of Scottish Art I'ntil Sat 26 Jun. A selection of work drawn from the city's art collection featuring works by (‘adelL I‘ergusson. Bellany. MacTaggart and Moyna I-‘lannigan.
0 Incommunicado t'ntil Sat 8 May. The only Scottish showing of this national touring exhibition frotn the Hayward (iallery. (‘urated by Margot Ileller. Invmnmtutir‘mlo explores the consequences of communication breakdown through the medium of film. video. installation. sculpture. text-based work. photography and sound. The starting point of the exhibition is a re- discovered film by Samuel Beckett and filmmaker Marin Karmitz. ('(mmlit'
( mom. shown alongside works by Bruce .\'auman. Lawrence Weiner. I’rancesca Woodman. Smith/Stewart and Mona llatoum. See llitlist.
IONA - Island of Inspiration Sat 20 .Mar Sat 1‘) Jun. An exploration of how the small island off the west coast of Scotland has been the inspiration for many artists over 15 centuries. NEW SHOW. Park Benches Sat 20 Mar Sat 22 May. Photographer (iraham (‘lark presents the results on his ongoing project depicting wooden park benches.
22 28 ('ockburn Street. 220 l2(i0.
Tue Sat noon 5pm.
the medium is tedium l'ntil Sat 20 Mar. A group show of work of tnainly three-ditnensional works. The exhibition features Ruth Iiwan’s (‘D jukebox of varying types of wood sounds. Laura Bruce’s ten-minute monologue New Day and Kate ()wens‘ decorative. ecclesiastical church windows made from potato snacks. Lost Boys and Girl Guides t'ntil Sat 20 Mar. David Blyth and Sara (iallie explore their relationship with the natural world and their perception of it in this exhibition in the project room.
Angelus Novus Sat 27 Mar Sat 24 Apr. A first solo show for London-based artist Martin Westwood. NEW SHOW. Artists Talk Sat 27 .Mar. 2pm. Free. Martin Westwood talks about his exhibition.
Mark Hutchinson Sat 27 Mar Sat 24 Apr. Work in the project room from Mark Hutchinson.
4| Dundas Street. 557 450‘). Mon Fri l0.30am 5.30pm; Sat 10.30am 5pm. Pam Carter t'ntil Wed 3| .Mar. New landscapes by Patti (‘arteiz