Exhibitions are listed by city, then alphabetically by venue. Submit listings at least ten days before publication to art@list.co.uk, by post or by tax on 0131 557 8500. Listings are compiled by Ruth Hedges.

Glasgow Galleries


25.3 Arger Street. 565 1023. 10am 10pm: Sun noon 10pm.

Lucie Sutton: Hall of Fame l‘ntil Sun 1 .Attg. (ilasgow-based artist Lucie Sutton combines stencil and printmaking techniques to create strong graphic images of celebrities including Judy (iarland and Britney Spears.


129 Bath Street. 07763 222323. Daily llam 7pm.

SUITE AI’I l'ttlll Thu 3 Jttl. .v\ sc‘t‘tes ()l. fortnightly exhibitions showing the work of up-and-coming artists. Ben Simpson presents the (’omic Book ()pening on 25 Jttn 8 Jttl.


185a Bath Street. 222 2830. Tue Sat 10am 5.30pm.

Group Show l‘iitil Wed 30 .lun. A three-person show featttring figurative works by Donald Macleod and abstract paintings by Bill Alesander and Nancy 1.ittlejohn.

ROGER BILLCLIFFE FINE ART 13-1 Blylhswood Street. 332 41127.

Mon l-‘ri 9.30am 5.30pm: Sat 10am 1pm. Design Collection l'ntil Sat 28 Aug. Snapshot of leading [Ti and liuropcan designers' summer collections.

THE BRICK SPACE GALLERY One World Shop. 100 Bytes Road. 357 1567. Mon Sat 10am 5.30pm.

Get Carried Away l‘ntil Sat 26 Jun. An exhibition of willow w ea\ ing by six Scotland—based artists including Joan (’ampbell.


10 King Street. 553 0733. Tue Sat 11.30am l lptn.

The Blainslie Connection l'ntil Sat 31 Jul. An exhibition of carvings by the sculptor liduard Bersudsky. drawings by Maggy l.enert and furniture from the workshop of the late Tim Stead.


350 Sauchiehall Street. 352 4900.

Tue Wed (k liri Stm 11am 6pm;'1'1iu llatn 8pm.

Beck’s Film and Video Student Prize l'ntil Sun 25 Jill. 6 8pm. 15ree. 1‘ilm screenings by the shortlisted artists.

0 Beck’s Futures 2004 t‘ntit Sun 25 Jul. The fifth Beck’s Futures award returns to the ('(‘A with the shortlisted and w inning entries to this annual competition. This year the {24.000 cheque went to London-based Saskia ()lde Wolbers for her surreal video installation. loosely based on the true life case of a mentally ill Frenchman who impersonated a doctor and murdered his fatnily. Scotland's entry comes from llayley 'l‘ompkins. \\ ho paints delicate. abstract marks on lined paper. There's also a carpet fluff sculpture and httge. industrial \ ideo works by lirgin ('a\usog1u of the Basphortts Strait in lnstanbul. See llitlist.

Karl Jay-Lewin: Lab in Progress l’ntil Tue 29 Jun. (’reatiy e lab residency featuring Karl Jay -1.ew in. who begins work researching ideas and approaches for a solo dance piece with music by Philip Jeck.

Eventyr: Not Lost But Gone Before Thu 24 Jun. 5.30 7pm. l‘rec. Kathrin llohne and Bjarte (iismarvik present their book and \ ideo project based on their trip to Scandinavia.

Vanishing Point: Lab in Progress Mon 5 Wed 21 Jul. Vanishing Point will explore ideas of how to achieve fluid. threc-dimensional shadows within the perlormance space in this creative lab l'C\ltlL‘llC_\.


1'niversity of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 548 2558. Mon Fri 10am 5pm: Sat noon 4pm.

Seeing the Light t'ntil Sat 24 Jul. A contemporary twist to the medium of mosaic featuring works by lilaine M (ioodw in. Dugald Maclnnes. ('leo Mttssi and Trudi l.loyd Williams.


178 \Vesl Regent Street. 221 0370.

Mon Sat 10am 5.30pm.

Mixed Show l'ntil Mon 5 Jul. A tnixed show of contemporary paintings. prints and sculpture by regular gallery artists including Denise l-indlay. llenry Kondracki and Peter 'l'homson.

The New Generation Show Tue 6 Jul Sat 7 .Atig. The (‘ompass (iallery's annual selection of work by new graduates from the four Scottish art school degree show s.


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

Embark l'ntil Sttn 11 Jul. An exhibition of photographs by Steve (iillies from his extensive travels across America. contrasted with itnages of (ilasgow.


9 1 l (ieorge Street. 552 2024. Mon Sat 9am 5pm.

Mixed Show l'ntil Sat 3 Jul. Atmual

exhibition of new work featttring Jlono

and (iilliatt McDonald.

Glasgow Print Studio Gallery

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26 June - 7 August 2004

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Dead Church/Real Life by Ross Sinclair as part of Glasgow’s Art: New

Acquisitions on show at the Gallery of Modern Art


Impacts Arts. 319 (‘raigpatk Drive. l)ennistoun. 575 3001.

Pieces Hi 25 Jun. 7 9pm. liree. ltnpact Arts presents its exhibition as part of the Artists' Mentoring Programme.

GALLERY OF MODERN ART Queen Street. 229 1996. Mon Wed & Sat 10am 5pm; Thu 10am 8pm: Fri & Sttn llam 5pm.

Glasgow‘s Art: Selected Works l'ntil Sun 3 ()ct. Selected paintings and sculpture from the gallery's 1940 2000 collection. including works by the Boyle 1-‘amily. (irayson Perry. Stanley Spencer and John Byrne.

0 Glasgow’s Art: New Acquisitions l'ntil Sat 25 Sep. (i()MA unveils its new additions to the collection with works by- (ilasgow-based artists (‘hristine Borland. Roderick Buchanan. (iraham l’agen. Toby Paterson. Ross Sinclair and llanneline \‘isth. See photo caption. See llitlist.

Alan Currall l'ntil Sttn 22 Atig. (ilasgmv-born artist Alan (‘urrall. best known for his confessional video self- portraits. gets his first solo show in his home town. His work features his trademark tragicomical relations of truths and fictions.


Rottken (ilen Road. 620 0235. Mon. Thu. l-ri & Sun 1.30 5.30pm: Sat

1 1.30am 5.30pm.

Mixed Exhibition l'ntil liri 25 Jun. A mixed show featuring paintings by lid llunter. sculpture by Walter Awlson and ceramics by l)orinda Jolmson.


148 West Regent Street. 221 3095.

Mon Sat 9.30am 5.30pm.

First of the Summer Wine t'ntit Tue 31 Atig. A season of changing works

on a summer theme including paintings by DY ('ameron. Joan liardley. J1) 1-‘ergusson.

William (iillies. Anne Redpath. Josef Herman. Philip Reeves. Tom Shanks and tnany others.


12 Rose Street. 332 8128. Photography Exhibition l'ntil Wed 30 Jtm. (‘ommissioned photographs of (ll-'1' and its staff by Stef Leonardi to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the cinema.


22 is 25 King Street. 552 0704. Tue Sat 10am 5.30pm.

Eileen Cooper - Subject Matter Sat 26 Jttn Sat 7 Aug. Mythical. naive screenprints with a playful innocence. Fiona Watson - Natural Philosophy Sat 26 Jtm Sat 7 Attg.

Delicate prints influenced by oriental imagery and design.

Roger Farnham - All About Barns and Sheds Sat 26 Jun—Sat 7 Aug. Barns and sheds are units in nuclear physics. didn't you know'.’ Roger Farnham explores this strange duality.

THE GLASGOW PROJECT ROOM Top floor. 64 ()sborne Street. 552 1472. Tue-Sat noon—5pm.

Sally Osborn l.'nti1 Sun 27 Jun. A solo show of work by Sally ()sborn.


The Mackintosh Gallery. 167 Renfrew Street. 353 4500. Mon—Thu 10am—7pm; Fri 10am~5pmz Sat 10am-2pm.

The Glasgow School of Art Degree Shows 2004 Until Sat 26 Jun. The annual degree shows for all graduating students from the departments of line art. design. architecture and design. Atrium Gallery. Foulis Building. 158 Renfrew Street. 353 4589. Mon-Thu 10am- 8pm; Fri 10am --5pm.

New York, Glasgow: From the Crowd Wed 30 Jun——Tue 7 Sep. An exhibition of photographs by Robert Trotter revealing the constrasts and similarities of public life on the streets of New York and Glasgow.


182 Bath Street. 333 1991. Mon—Fri 10.30am 5pm; Sat 10.30am—lpm. Summer Selection L’ntil Wed 30 Jun. A mixed summer show including works by Elizabeth Blackadder. James Kay. Stuart Park. Hamish Macdonald. Jonathan Robertson. Mary (iallagher. Blair Thomson and many more.

HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY l'niversity of (ilasgow. 82 Hillhead Street. 330 5431. Mon—Sat 9.3()am—-5pm. Free. 20th Century Painting from the Permanent Collection [Yntit Fri 31 Dec. A selection of the Hunterian‘s line art collection of Britiin art from the 2()th century.

Scottish Art 1800-1900 L'ntil Sat 18 Sep. A small but significant collection of 19th century Scottish art. gifted to the llunterian by private collectors. The display inclttdes works by Sir David Wilkie. Horatio Mc(‘ulloch and Sir William McTaggart.

Rediscovering Mackintosh: The Restoration of 78 Derngate L'ntil Sat 1 1 Sep. The Mackintosh House reopens after a major programme of refurbishment with a new interpretive display and a temporary exhibition which looks at the restoration of 78 Derngate. Stubbs and the Hunters Until Sat 2 ()ct. 9.30am 5pm. the. This is a unique opportunity to see works by the great animal painter (ieorge Sttibbs (1724-1806)