Art listings

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Various galleries. Glasgow.

ORAW: Real Art Week L'ntil Sun 18 Apr. Over a week of exhibitions. events and openings in this collaboration between 18 key organisations in Glasgow including the CCA. the Arches. Tramway and Glasgow School ofArt to coincide with the Glasgow Art Fair. See individual listings. Spin Around the City Thu 15—Sun 18 Apr. 2pm. Free. To book email raniuzeventscom. As part of Real An Week. Spin present guided bus tours to art venues across Glasgow. Informal discussions with artists and curators about the works on display take place in each


1 13 West Regent Street. 221 9109. Tue-Fri 10.30am—5pm.

General Stock L'ntil Fri 30 Apr. A selection of 19th and 20th century paintings.

Glasgow Museums

This section lists museums currently showing temporary exhibitions. For details of other permanent attractions, see City Life, page 104.


The Cross. Kirkintilloch. 5780144. Tue—Sat 10am-1pm & 2—5pm.

Circus Sat 17 Apr-Sat 15 May. Stuart McMillan's collection of circus memorabilia gathered over the past 35 years.


2060 Pollokshaws Road. 287 2550. Mon—Thu & Sat 10am—5pm; Fri 8; Sun

I lam—5pm.

Turner: The Late Seascapes L'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 include Rockets and Blue Lights ( Close a! Hand). II‘hu/crs (The Whale Ship) and Sunrise with Sm Monsters.

Curator’s Favourites Wed 21 Apr. 12.30—lpm. Free. Patricia Collins. curator of medieval and renaissance art discusses her favourite object. the (‘haloner (‘arpet and the Kimberley Throne.

Curator’s Favourites Wed 28 Apr. 12.30—1pm. Free. Simon Iiccles. senior curator of ancient civilisations discusses the Paraherwenemef. second son of Ramesses the Great and Nefetari.

HOUSE FOR AN ART LOVER Bellahouston Park. 10 Dumbreck Road. 353 4773. Daily 10am—5pm. £3.50 (£2.50). Norman Stevens Until Mon 31 May. Etchings and aquatints by Norman Stevens. HUNTERIAN MUSEUM

University Avenue. 330 4221. Mon—Sat 9.30am—5pm.

Rosengarten Until Sat 17 Apr. Artist Anne Bevan and writer Janice Galloway collaborate in this sculptural installation inspired by research into obstetric instruments and the mechanics of childbirth.

Robert the Bruce: Warrior King Until Fri 28 May. A small exhibition showcasing a bone that catne from the body of Robert the Bruce. along with other relics discovered within the coffin and tomb.


2 Castle Street. 553 2557. Mon—Thu 8; Sat 10am—5pm; Fri & Sun I 1am—5pm. Mapping the Unseen - The Art of Ahmed Moustafa Until Sun 18 Apr. Calligraphy-based artworks by Muslim artist. Ahmed Moustafa.

Priests, Patrons and Piety Sat 24 Apr—Mon 27 Sep. A small exhibition charting the history of the Scots (‘ollage Paris. 1603—2003.

98 THE LIST 15—29 Apr 2004

Edinburgh Galleries


6 Dundas Street. 557 4050. Mon Fri 10am» 6pm; Sat 1 lam 2pm.

J.D. Fergusson Fri 16-~Thu 29 Apr. An exhibition of ten paintings by Scottish (‘olourist J.D. Fergusson ( 1874- 1961). NEW SHOW.


2 Market Street. 529 3993. Mon-Sat 10am—5pm.

Keeping the Face: National Identity and Scottish Visual Arts L'ntil Sat 17 Apr. An exhibition exploring the differing paths in the development of Scottish art in the 19th and 20th centuries including works by John Duncan. James Drummond. William Gear. Will Maclcan and Ian Howard.

Nature and Imagination: William Gilles and John Maxwell L'ntil Sat 17 Apr. An exhibition comparing and contrasting the work of friends and collaborators William Gillies attd John Maxwell.

lncommunicado L'ntil Sat 8 May. The only Scottish showing of this national tottring exhibition from the Ilayward Gallery. (‘urated by Margot Heller. 1mvmmtmicutlu 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 filnt by Samttel Beckett and filmmaker Marin Karmitz. ('umvt/it'

( I966). shown alongside works by Bruce lNauman. Lawrence Weiner. Francesca Woodman. Smith/Stewart and Mona Hatoum.

Benchmark Ifntil Sat 22 May. Photographer Graham ('lark presents the results on his ongoing project depicting wooden park benches.

IONA - Island of Inspiration I'ntil Sat 19 Jun. An exploration of how the small island off the west coast of Scotland. Iona. has been the inspiration for many artists over 15 centuries.

Raw Talent: 100 Years of Scottish Art L'ntil Sat 26 Jttn. A selection of work drawn frotn the (‘ity's art collection featuring works by (‘adcll. Fergttsson. Bellany. Mac'l‘aggart and Moyna Flannigan.

Northern Light Sat 24 Apr Sat 19 Jun. ()n show for the first time. a display of works from the (’ity‘s photographic collection featuring works by Hill and Adamson. ()wen Logan. Wendy McMurdo. Patricia Macdonald and ('alum ('olvin. NEW SHOW.


22 28 (‘ockburn Street. 220 1260.

Tue ~ Sat noon 5pm.

OAngelus Novus tintil Sat 24 Apr. A first solo show for London-based artist Martin Westwood. For the exhibition. he has constructed a scltool nursery. ttsing false ceilings to restrict the height of rooms to a child‘s scale. Inside the rooms. children’s past-times of leaf printing and papier mache balloons fill the space and murals are displayed on the walls. See review and IIitlist. LASI CHANCE TO SEE.

Mark Hutchinson - Containment Until Sat 24 Apr (Project Room). Mark Hutchinson disfigures the gallery space in his installation whereby a drop of unidentified liquid seeps through the ceiling and the floor below. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.


4! Dundas Street. 557 4569. Mon Fri 10.30am 5.30pm; Sat 10.30am 5pm. Catriona Campbell lintil wed 5 May. A mixed show of paintings including landscapes and figurative studies.

DANISH CULTURAL INSTITUTE 3 Doune 'I'errace. 225 7189. Mon Fri 9am- 5pm; Sat 1 lam 3pm.

Eftersyn - Time Check L'ntil Fri 30 Apr. A survey of the work of Danish photographer Henrik Saxgren who since the 60s has produced portraits. documentary and photographic features.


Belford Road. 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon- Wed &

Fri Sun 10am 5pm: Thu 10am-7pm. Cafe.

The 19603 I'ntil Mon 3 May. Free. A display of works from the SNGMA's collection featuring works by Roy Lichtenstein. David Ilockney. Bridget Riley and Iiduardo Paolozzi.

Personal and Commercial: Scottish Art in the Early 60s Mon 19 Apr. 1245an Free. Robin McClure frotn the Scottish Gallery gives a talk on Scottish art from the 60s.

Max Ernst’s Books L'ntil Sun 27 Jun. A display of illustrated books by Max Iirnst ranging from his first collaborations with poet Paul Iiluard in 1922 to Paramythes published in 1967.


18a Dundas Street. 557 5227. Mon Sat 10am 5.30pm.

Gillian Goodheir tintil Sat 24 Apr. An exhibition of still life. land and seascape paintings.


6a Dundas Street. 558 9363. 10am 6pm. Iona and Beyond L'ntil Sat 17 Apr. Landscapes and seascapes in the Scottish (’olourist tradition by the late ()ban born artist John Mackenzie ( 1933 2002). Edinburgh Print Exhibition Mon 19 Sat 24 Apr. Glasgow‘s Iiwan Mundy Fine Art presents a mixed show of paintings by various artists.


20a Dundas Street. 557 5002. Mon Fri I lain 5pm; Sat 10am -lpm.

Mixed Exhibition I'ntil Tue 4 May. Figurative. sea and landscape paintings by Hazel (‘ashmore. Angela Reilly and Iiwa Irena Polanek.


23 L'nion Street. 557 2479. Tue Sat 10am ~6pm .

Catherine Stewart - Copernican Notes L'ntil Sat 22 May. An exhibition of photo-etchings inspired by (‘opernicus' treatise in which he established that the sttn was the centre of planetary motion.

Norman Ackroyd - The Celtic Islands L'ntil Sat 22 May. Iitchings of the wild landscapes frotn the (‘eltic islands of Scotland and Ireland.


('orstorphine Road. 334 9171. 9am 6pm. Natural Selection I'ntil Sun 2 May. Annttal exhibition of works by staff and

voltmteers at Iidinburgh Zoo.


40 44 Thistle Street. 225 1181. Mon Fri 10am 5.30pm.

Rethink I'ntil Thu 22 Apr. An exhibition of work by thirteen graphic designers from Iidinburgh (‘ollege of Art.


45 Market Street. 225 2383. Mon Sat

1 Iain 6pm; Sttn noon 5pm.

Louise Bourgeois: Stitches in Time Until Sttn 9 May. Free. The first major L'K survey of work by the iconic French artist Louise Bourgeois curated by Frances Morris and featuring a group of life-size sewn fabric busts attd two major suites of etchings. Born in Paris in 191 l. Bourgeois moved to New York (‘ity in 1938 where she continues to live and work. Her beginnings were as an engraver and painter bttt by the l940s she had turned her attention to sculptural work. for which she is now recognised as a 20th century leader. By the I960s. she began to execute her work in rubber.

bronze and stone. referencing to what has become the dominant theme in her work. her childhood. Although she has been showing her art for many decades. she has only been fully recognised later in life. In 1982. she became the first woman to have a retrospective at New York‘s Museum of Modern Art. Highly recommended.


Iidinburgh‘s Boutique Hotel. 2 Greenside Place. 525 8200. Daily 9am~~8pm.

Be Surreal L'ntil Thu 22 Apr. The first in a series of exhibition organised by Iidinburgh (‘ollege of Art featuring new works by students frotn the award- winning department of fashion.


22a Dundas Street. 556 2181. MonsFri

1 lam-6pm; Sat 10.30am4ptn.

Spring Mixed Exhibition (Part 1) L'ntil Sat I May. A selection of paintings and original prints by gallery artists from Scotland and abroad plus ceramics. jewellery. engraved glass. sculpture. textiles and Russian craftwork.


34 Abercromby Place. 558 9872. Mon- Fri 10am-6pm; Sat 10am~4pm.

Lucian Freud L'ntil Tue 20 Apr. To coincide with the major exhibition of etchings by Freud on show at the National Gallery of Modern Art (see listings for more information). a small selection of prints from the I980s onwards. Avant-Garde Printmaking from the 50s and 60s Sat 24 Apr -Wed 2 Jun. A selection of printmaking from the 50s and 60s including works by Henry ('liffe. Michael Rothenstein and William Scott.


6 Carlton 'I‘errace. 556 444 I. Tue Sat 10am 5pm.

Thomas Joshua Cooper - Rock Water Wood Until Sat 8 May. New photographic works by one of the most celebrated landscape photographers. Thomas Joshua (‘ooper L'sing an antique field camera. ('ooper pinpoints a location on a map. tracks it down and then photographs it. This new body of painterly. verging on abstract images includes pictures of the source of the River North Iisk. the Hudson River and the source stream of the Forth as it spills iitto Loch (‘hon in the 'I‘rossachs. See review.

INSTITUT FRANCAIS D’ECOSSE 13 Randolph ('rescent. 225 5366.

Mon Fri 9.30am 6.30pm: Sat

10am 1.30pm.

Patrick Geddes: The French Connection Fri 16 Apr. 10am-5.30pm. [the A one-day conference on themes relating to the Patrick Geddes exhibition currently on show at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery.


4 6 North Bank Street. The Mound. 226 4807. Mon Sat 10am 6pm: Sun

noon 4pm.

Mixed Show Fri 16 Apr Mon 24 May. Paintings by ('armen Ambrozevich. (‘arolyn Buchell and Liz McCarthy. jewellery by Malcolm Appleby. wood by Attgtis ('lyne and glass by Mike Hunter.


65 The Shore. Leitlt. 553 5255. Tue Fri

1 1am—5pm: Sat I lain 4pm. Margaretann Bennett and Joyce Borland I'ntil Sat 17 Apr. New paintings.

Original Prints Until Sat 17 Apr. :\ small show of original prints and etchings.

Stephanie Summerhill Until Sat 17 Apr. Jewellery.

A Visual Feast Fri 23 Apr» Sat 8 May. Paintings. ceramics and jewellery inspired by food and drink by various artists. Natalie Kamm Fri 23 Apr Sat 8 May. ('eramics.