Art in the frame INSIDE OUT
As Glasgow becomes emerged in all things related to visual art this weekend. from the Glasgow Art Fair to RAW: Real Art Week. Inside Out is offering an alternative. Up-and- coming student talent from Glasgow School of Art. RSAMD. Goldsmiths in London and the Wimbledon School of Art will come together for a night of multimedia art and performance. Organised by Can‘t Wa:t Won't Wait. a group of first year painters at Glasgow School of Art comprising Richard Hopkins. Sebastian Willan and Fiona Greig. three floors of GSA‘s Assembly Hall will be given over to live performances. video work. installations. SOUnd pieces. sculpture. painting and photography by over 20 artists.
‘There's this unspoken rule within Glasgow that if you are a first or second year student you don't have a right to any public platform of any kind until you have gone thr0ugh the process so to speak.‘ says founding member of the group. Richard Hopkins. ‘We do have something to say and although it might not be comparable to the Jim Lambie's of this world. we wanted to organise something in the same spirit.‘
Over the past three months. Can't Wait Won't Wait have been putting together the programme which includes performances from Lisa Wesley who took park in this year's National Review of Live Art and an internationally renowned performance artist who wishes to remain anonymous. Other works include Cheryl Field's text-based soaps which explore the stereotypes in the school ; Catriona Ryan has collabOrated with Eddie Manson to produce sound pieces and Lisa Brodie has devised a piece on communication based on chocolate massages.
So what's next for the group? Plans are already under way to construct a temporary bar/cafelexhibition space made entirely out of pink plasticine. So if there are any artists/designers out there who would like to help design fixtures and fittings. get in touch.
I Inside Out takes place on Fri 76 Apr, 7—7 7pm at the Assembly Hall. Glasgow School of Art. For more information email email@example.com
Exhibitions are listed by city, then alphabetically by venue. Submit listings at least ten days before publication to firstname.lastname@example.org, by post or by fax on 0131 557 8500. Listings are compiled by Helen Monaghan.
16-1 Woodlands Road. 332 ()028. Mon-Fri 10am—5pm; Sat l()am-—l2.3()pm . Spring Collection L'ntil Fri 30 Apr. Paintings by regular gallery artists including Helen M Turner. Davy Brown. James ()rr. Marie Hart and Robert Iigginton plus old (ilasgow photographs.
253 Argyle Street. 565 1023. Mon—Sat l()am—l()pm; Stm noon» 10pm.
Artists in Exile Glasgow t'ntil Stm 25 Apr. An exhibition of work showcasing the work of l 1 artists from all over the world as part of Artists in [Exile (ilasgow. a new network for professional artists of all disciplines.
Artists in Exile Tour & Talk Sat 17 Apr. 2pm. Free. A tour and talk of the Artists in lixile exhibition which documents this new network of professional visual artists. writers and performer from the local and asylum- seeking communities in (ilasgow. l’urr of RAH".- le Arr llt’r'k.
RAW Club l'ntil Sat 17 Apr. 9pm lam. Free. As part of RAW: Real Art Week. a chilled out club night with global sounds and a line-up of guests including Artists in lixile (ilasgow Musicians (‘ombo t 15 Apr): Latin set from the Funk Room Dls ( 16 Apr) and Kushi t 17 Apr). I’rrrr ufRAll': Real :1 r! ll'r’r’k.
ART EXPOSURE GALLERY
1‘) Parnie Street. 552 777‘). Mon-Sat noon 5pm.
Portfolio l'ntil Tue 27 Apr. A mixed show of works including gallery artists Alan King. Jacqueline Marr. (‘herylene Dyer. Judith Bridgland. Mary Batchelor and introducing Alex Dewars and Lydia Farrell.
THE ART HOUSE HOTEL
12‘) Bath Street. ()7763 222323. Daily
Suite Art l'ntil Thu 13 May. A series of fortnightly exhibitions showing the work of up-and-coming artists with an opening night on Friday from 6pm. Red Phoniex show work until 15 Apr. followed by Lucy lidward t 16 2‘) Apr) and the (ilasgow Print Studio Schools (‘ompetition 200-1 (30
Apr- 13 May).
185a Bath Street. 222 2830. Tue- Sat lflam 5.30pm.
Mixed Exhibition t'ntil Sat 15 May. Figurative and landscape paintings by Annette King. Alexander (iardner. Ila/e1 Nagl and lilena Kournekova.
168 Renfrew Street. ()778‘) 487912. Inside Out Fri 16 Apr. 7: l Iprn. Free-after show party £3. (‘an't Wait Won't Wait. set tip by a group of (ilasgow School of Art students. presents this multi-media art event for one night only. Billed as an alternative to the (ilasgow Art Fair. Instr/w ()u! brings together students from (iSA. RSAMD. (ioldsmiths and the Wimbledon School of Art. On three floors of the Assembly Hall (opposite (iSA) there will be live performances. video work. installations. sound pieces. painting. photography and sculpture by over 2() artists. See Art Forum.
ROGER BILLCLIFFE FINE ART 13-1 Blythswood Street. 332 4027. Mon-Fri ‘).3()am- 5.30pm; Sat 10am— 1 pm.
RGIs l'ntil Tue 2() Apr. An exhibition of paintings by members of the Royal
‘ (ilasgow Institute of the Fine Arts
including Shanks. Blackadder. Edgar. llouston. McQueen and Woodside.
Disa Allsopp L'ntil Tue 2() Apr. New jewellery.
Wild L'ntil Tue 2() Apr. (‘eramic animals by Nick Mackmann. Zoe Whiteside. Olivia Brown and Anna Noel.
Norman Edgar Fri 23 Apr—Tue 18 May. New paintings including landscapes and still life by Norman lidgar. NEW SHOW. Donald Provan and Daniel Backhouse Fri 23 Apr--Tue l8 May. Recent paintings.
Ulla Hornfeldt Fri 23 Apr—Tue l8 May. Recent jewellery.
THE BRICK SPACE GALLERY One World Shop. 100 Byres Road. 357 1567. Mon Sat mam—5.30pm.
Fair Trade Exhibition t'ntil Wed 5 May. A display highlighting fair trade through photographs and text.
CAFE COSSACHOK GALLERY
1() King Street. 553(1733.'1‘ue—Sat
l l.3()am-~l lptn.
Reportage L'ntil Fri 30 Apr. Photographs of everyday life in Russia and Scotland by Andrew Murray. Part of RAW: Real Arr ll'or'k.
350 Sauchiehall Street. 352 4‘)()().
Tue -Wed & Fri Sun 1 lam 6pm: Thu 11am 8pm.
0 Rosalind Nashashibi: Songs for Home and Economy Sat I7 Apr—Sun 3() May. A major solo show of work by last year‘s Beck's Futures winner Rosalind Nashashibi. best known for her 16mm films which capture ordinary. everyday lives and spaces. In a similar vein to her winning works which depicted a group of elderly ladies at a Salvation Army jumble sale and life in art urban neighbourhood in the West Bank. Nashashibi's (‘(‘A commissioned films include Hreash House. centring on the day-to-day routine of an extended Palestinian family. The exhibition also includes a more abstract filrn focusing on (ilasgow l'niversity Library. video works. collage. drawing and prints. See preview and llitlist. NEW SHOW. Part of RAW: Real Arr lli’r’k.
Rosalind Nashashibi in Conversation with Francis McKee Thu 22 Apr. 7pm. Free. Writer and associate curator at the (‘(‘A Francis McKee is irt conversation with Beck‘s Futures winner Rosalind Nashashibi as she talks about her new film works.
Ghazel: Me l'ntil Fri 30 Apr. Screenings of Iranian artist (ihazel's .lrII-j autobiographical films inspired by her everyday life and observations in which she juxtaposes eastern and western elements. Purl ()folll'.‘ Rr'u/ Ar! ll'r’r’k.
Minty Donald - Lab in Progress Mon 1‘) Apr Fri 21 May. Minty Donald examines the living relationships we have with our environments using data gathered in and around the (‘('A which will then become a series of broadcasts in August and September.
Framework: The Scottish Artists Union Thu 2‘) Apr. 7pm. Free. SAl' president (iuyan Porter discusses the role and benefits of joining the Scottish Artists l'nion.
L'niversity of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 548 2558. Mon~Fri 10am-5pm; Sat noon 4pm.
Riches of Stitches t'ntil Sat 24 Apr. An open exhibition of work by members of the limbroiderers‘ (iuild.
178 West Regent Street. 221 6370.
Mon Sat l()am--5.3()pm.
Shared Space t'ntil Wed 28 Apr. Abstract. Scottish landscapes by Marian Leven and works by Will Maclean who uses fotmd objects to create rich layers of meaning and symbolism.
IONS THIS FORTNIGHT
Richard Wright For Glasgow-based artist Richard Wright, the gallery walls are his canvas. Over the past ten years. he has meticulously painted directly onto surfaces drawing inspiration from a range of sources. This is his first major solo show and features new site- specific wall drawings and works on paper. See feature. Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee, Sat 24 Apr—Sat 73 Jun.
Rosalind Nashashibi Newly commissioned film works by Beck's Futures winner Rosalind Nashashibi featuring Hreash House, centring on the daily routine of an extended Palestinian family. See preview. CCA, Glasgow, Sat 17 Apr—Sun 30 May.
its: Lucian Freud: Etchings
1 946-2004 A rare chance to see almost the entire output of etchings by the renowned realist painter Lucian Freud. From the 40s to the present day, the works. like his paintings, concentrate on the human form. Not to be missed. National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, until Sun 73 Jun.
Glasgow Art Fair and RAW: Real Art Weekend Glasgow is the place to be over the next few days as the annual contemporary art fair returns to George Square along with exhibitions, talks and events as part of RAW. See preview. GAF, George Square, Glasgow, Thu 75—Sun 78 Apr; RAW, various venues, Glasgow, until Sun 78 Apr.
Martin Westwood: Angelus Novus London-based Martin Westwood completely transforms the gallery into a school nursery in this exploration of suppressed creativity. See review. Collective Gallery, Edinburgh, until Sat 24 Apr. Snaebjornsdottir & Wilson: Big Mouth Bryndis Snaebjornsdottir and Mark Wilson explore themes of nature, isolation and the relationship of humans to animals in this collaborative installation. Tramway, Glasgow. Fri 76 Apr—Sun 30 May.
15—29 Apr 2004 THE LIST 95