Art listings

Glasgow Galleries continued


I78 West Regent Street. 22] (3370. Mon-Sat l()am--5.30pm.

The Black Isle, Ross-shire Until Tue 8 Jun. Three artists who spent time as artist-in-residence in Cromarty on the Black Isle come together for this group show. Cathy Richmond explores the cross- pollination between drawing. painting and sculpture. Craig Peacock's shows landscape paintings and Christina McBride uses a variety of media including photography and installation to look at the issues related to the physical environment. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.


32 St Andrews Street. 552 4222. Mon—Fri 9am—5pm; Sat noon—5pm.

Loss Until Fri 28 May. Glasgow‘s new commercial photography gallery presents art exhibition of work by three young photographers: Martin Milton. Wes Kingston and Kate V Robertson.

GALLERY OF MODERN ART Queen Street. 229 1996. Mon—Wed & Sat l0am--5pm; Thti l0am--8pm: Fri & Sttn

l lam—5pm.

Glasgow’s Art: Selected Works l'ntil Sttn 3 ()ct. Selected paintings and sculpture from the gallery’s l940--2000 collection. including works by the Boyle Fatnily. Grayson Perry. Stanley Spencer and John Byrne.

3 Glasgow’s Art: New Acquisitions Until Sat 25 Sep. GOMA unveils its new additions to the collection which include works by Glasgow-based artists: Christine Borland. Roderick Buchanan. Graham Fagen. Toby Paterson. Ross Sinclair and Hantteline Visnes. See Hitlist.

Curator’s Talk Thu 10 Jun. 6.30—7.30pm. Free. A talk by the curator of Glasgow‘s Art: 1940» 2000. works selected from the permanent collection.


Rouken Glen Road. 620 0235. Mon. Thu. Fri 8; Sun |.30 5.30pm: Sat

1 l.30am—-5.30pm.

Colin Fraser L'ntil Mon 31 May. A solo show of recent paintings.

Mixed Exhibition Sun 6 Fri 25 Jttn. A mixed show featuring paintings by lid Hunter. sculpture by Walter Awlson and ceramics by Dorinda Johnson.


I48 West Regent Street. 221 3095. Mon—Sat 9.30am--5.30pm.

Mixed Exhibition Until Mon 31 May. A selection of 20th century British paintings. drawing and sculpture including works by the Scottish Colourists and the Glasgow Boys.


22 & 25 King Street. 552 0704. Tue—~Sat l0am ~ 5.30pm.

Solus Until Sat 19 Jun. As part of the

citywide celebrations to coincide with the visit by the Dalai Lama. an exhibition of prints and paintings based on the theme of light by invited artists including lilizabeth Blackadder. Helen Fay. Christine lronsidc. Philip Reeves and Adrian Wisznieski. The Mechanics of Making Until Sat 19 Jun. A series of six new etchings by John Fitzpatrick.

THE GLASGOW PROJECT ROOM Top floor. ()4 ()sborne Street. 552 I472. Tue-Sat noon—5pm.

Pre-Theatre Tue |---Sat 12 Jun. Kevin Hutcheson curates this show featuring works by shortlisted Beck‘s Futures artist Hayley Tompkins. Andrew Kerr and Lynn Hynd. See Art Forum.


167 Renfrew Street. 353 4500. Interim MFA Until Fri 28 May (Mackintosh Gallery: Mon—Fri l0am—5pm; Sat 10am—5pm). Annual exhibition of work by first year students of the acclaimed postgraduate Master of Fine art course whose notable alumni include Roderick Buchanan. Simon Starling and Ross Sinclair.

Textiles as Fashion Until Sat 29 May (Atrium Gallery: Mon—~Thu 10am—7pm: Fri l0am~5pmz Sat

l0am —2pm). A work-in-progress exhibition of the new masters programme at Glasgow School of Art.


I82 Bath Street. 333 1991. Mon—Fri 10.30am--5pm: Sat l0.30am- lptn. Mixed Exhibition Until Mon 31 May. A selection of contemporary. 19th and 20th century paintings including works by Jonathan Robertson. Mary Gallacher. Norman Kirkham. Patricia Moretti. Simon Greer and Michael Clarke. Summer Selection Sat S-Wetl 30 Jun. A mixed summer show including works by lilizabeth Blackadder. James Kay. Stuart Park. Hatnish Macdonald. Jonathan Robertson. Mary Gallagher. Blair Thomson and many more.


9-—l l George Street. 552 2024. Mort-Sat 9am—5pm.

Gillian McDonald Sat 15 May—Sat 12 Jun. New watercolours.

HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY L'niversity of Glasgow. 82 Hillbead Street. 330 5431. Mon-Sat 9.30am —5pm: Sttn 12.30-430pm.

Scottish Art 1800-1900 Until Sat I8 Sep. A small btit significant collection of 19th century Scottish art. gifted to the Hunterian by private collectors. The display includes works by Sir David Wilkie. Horatio McCulloch and Sir William McTaggart.

20th Century Painting from the Permanent Collection t'ntil Fri 31 Dec. A selection of the Hunterian‘s fine art collection of British art frotn the 20th

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22/25 King Street. Glasgow Gl SQP Open:Tues tel:0l4| 552. 0704 web: wwwgpsarttOth


8 May - l9 June 2004

Gallery | & ll Solus - from the Gaelic Light An exhibition of invited artists celebrating the Glasgow wide Buddhist festival Solus

Gallery I“ The Mechanics of Making etchings by John Fitzpatrick

Sat lOam ~- S.30pm Admssrov Free

92 THE LIST 2? May—10 Jun 2004


18a Meadow Road. 337 I283. Mon—Fri l lam-5pm; Sat 10am—Ipm.

Jamie Russell Thu 27 May. Paintings by Jamie Russell including recent work frotn Barcelona.


2(X) Bath Street. 331 0722. Tue—Sat 9am—6pm.

David Kiely Until Sat 17 Jul. An exhibition of recent paintings by Irish artist David Kiely. Known for his abstract works. he has recently started to introduce people and buildings into this compositions.


l 1 Mitchell Lane. 22] (3362. Mon. Wed—Sat l0.30am—5pm; Tue 11am—5pm: Sun noon—5pm. £3 (80p).

Field Trip Until Fri 2 Jul. The familiar and unfamiliar landscapes. buildings and places in Scotland are explored in this touring exhibition.

Co-Existence Until Sun 6 Jun. Graetne Finlay presents his new Makalos product. colourful gripper tiles designed for lkea's children's PS range and Kirsty Murray shows her new wallpaper designs.

Real: 21st Century Learning Until Sun 30 May. A celebration of Real Lifelong Learning. an initiative with over 80.000 members. over 30 commtmity learning centres and 130 centres in city businesses across Glasgow.


Station Road. Milngavie. 578 8847. Titer-Sat 10am--lpm & 2—5pm. Milngavie Art Club Sat 5 Jun-Fri 2 Jul. Annual exhibition of work by local artists featuring landscapes. still life and figurative studies.


5 Hyndland Street. 342 4l24. Wed—Fri

l lam—6pm; Sat | lam—5pm: Sun noon~4pm.

London Calling L'ntil Wed 9 Jtm. Recent paintings. drawings and etchings by live Glasgow-based artists who are currently studying at the Prince of Wales Drawing School in Shoreditch. Artists include Liza Dimbleby. David Caldwell. Diana Leslie. Massimo Franco and Henry Gibbons Guy. See review.


322 & 324 Duke Street. Dennistoun. 556 7276. Tue—Sat noon- 'Gplii.

Private Parts Sat 29 May. 2--9pm. Free. Market Gallery and performance artist Diane Torr present a day of experimental sound and performance. The performers include Charlotte Bosanquet. Highway Diner. Amy Smith and Kasia Zych and the sound works come from Jakob Anckersvard. Leslie Patridge. Tony Petersson and The Chorus of Gastornis. NEW SHOW.


270 Sauchiehall Street. 565 4100. Mon-Sat 10am --5pm; Sttn noon—5pm. Art Treasures of Kelvingrove L'ntil Nov 2005. As the Kelvingrove Mtiseum & Art Gallery has now closed its doors for major refurbishment. over 200 paintings from the Kelvingrove collection take tip residency at the McLellan Galleries. The display includes Thomas Faed‘s 'I‘In' lust aft/11' ('lmt and Rembrandt‘s A Man in Armour. plus work by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Dutch and Flemish art.


47 Parnie Street. 552 5627. Tue—Sat

l latn -5pm.

Gallery Artists l‘ntil Thu 27 May. A show of work by gallery artists including works by Gerard M Burns. Francis Boag. Kelvin Burgoyne. Colin Park and Sandra Bell.

Pat Semple Fri 28 May—Fri l 1 Jun. A solo show of new work by Pat Semple.


The Courtyard. 71—73 Albion Street.

. 40th Anniversary Exhibition

Thu 3-~Mon 7 Jun. An exhibition celebrating 40 years of Glasgow‘s Central College of Commerce featuring pictures of Glasgow frotn I964 to present day. showcasing the talents of

' the college‘s further and higher

education and professional development students.


20 North Street. 287 2999. Mon—Thu l0.30am—-(i.30pm; Fri—Sat 10.30am—4pm.

The Enchanted Land: Puccini’s Landscapes, Lights and Colour Until Sat 19 Jun. A cultural collaboration between Glasgow City

Cotmcil and the Province of Lucca

which was of great inspiration to Puccini. featuring over 90 paintings including works by John Bellany.


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

Martin Boyce Until Fri 4 Jun. Despite being represented by the Modern Institute for many years. this marks Martin Boyce's first solo show here. Developing ideas from and using his acclaimed 2002 Tramway exhibition as a starting point. Boyce shows a series of related sculptures. bringing an explicit human presence into the imagined park. See review and Hitlist.


22l th George Street. 248 9755. Mon—Fri 10am-—5pm.

From Cameron to Conroy: Drawings and Etchings Until Thu 27 May. A selection of drawings and etchings by DY Cameron and Stephen Conroy.

Messengers of Summer Until Thu 27 May. Paintings on a summer theme by a selection of artists including the Scottish Colourists. George Leslie Hunter. Maclauchlin Milne. Gary Anderson and others.

Scottish Painting and Drawing Thu l0~--W‘d 30 Jun. A range of Scottish paintings and drawings dating from the l900s to present day.


High Street. 889 3151. Tue—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2pm—5pm. Weaving Stories Until Stm 27 Jun. A touring exhibition of contemporary crafts by ten innovative designers working in Britain today. exploring the many fortns of weaving.

Paisley Art Institute 1 18th Annual Exhibition [Tntil Sun (3 Jun. Annual exhibition from this long established art organisation.


36 Washington Street. 22l 2l23. Mon—Fri 9am—5pm.

Wonderful World of Dogs Until Sttn 20 Jun. An exhibition of paintings of dogs by Gerard Morris.


Centre For Developmental Arts I8 Albion Street. 552 2822. Mon Fri 10am—5pm.

New Work Fri 28 MaymFri 2 Jul. A group show of 2D and 3D works by Donald Craig. Ralph Douglas and Robert McCamley.


1 l8 Douglas Street. 248 6386. Mon—Fri l0.30am—5pm; Sat l0.30am~ lpm. Ross Ryan Until Sat 29 May. Paintings in mixed media by Ross Ryan.

Group Show Sat 5-- Sat 19 Jun. Art exhibition of oils. walercolours and

drawings by Neil Macdonald. June

McMillan. Alice McMurrough. Bill McQuarrie and Hamish Young.