that were commissioned by John and William Hunter. two of the most important tnedical ﬁgures of the British Enlightenment.
18a Meadow Road. 337 1283. Mon—Fri l lam—5pm; Sat 10am—1pm.
The Circus of Death - States of Hypocrisy Until Sat l0 Jul. Digitally manipulated and constructed photo collages by Euan Sutherland. exploring recent wars. invasions and sanctions of the US and its allies.
Euan Sutherland Until Sat l0Jul. New photo-montage work. See photo caphon.
l8 King Street. 552 2540. Daily noon—6pm.
Spatially Sound Sat 26 Jun—Sat I7 Jul. A collaboration between George Gray and Mark Melvin featuring a combination of object-based. video and sound work.
l 1 Mitchell Lane. 221 (3362. Mon & Wed~Sat 10.30am—5pm; Tue llam—-5pnt: Sun noon—5pm. £3 (£0.80).
Field Trip L'ntil Fri 2 Jul. £3 (£0.80). The familiar and unfamiliar landscapes. buildings and places in Scotland are explored in this touring exhibition.
Wish you Were Here Until Sun 8 Aug. Souvenirs frotn the tackiest to the even tackier are on show. Plus tnany other travel curiosities picked tip in an exhibition that explores what souvenirs mean to us and how places can be represented and remembered with trinkets.
Gran Sera: Italian Fashion 1950-1980 Until Sun 4 Jul. A display of ~10 evening dresses by some of Italy‘s most famous designers including Armani. Valentino. Versace and Missoni. in an exhibition that documents the history of
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Italian fashion from the 50s to the 80s. See photo caption. LAST CHANCE TO SEE
Summer Garden Sat 26 Jun-Sun 12 Sep. Glasgow-based designers One Foot Taller reveal their themed summer garden with features such as the new ‘undulate‘. Landscape institute 75th Anniversary Mon 28 Jun—Sun l 1 Jul. Marking their 75th birthday. the Landscape institute presents a survey of the milestones of landscape architecture in this country since its inception.
SIX Fri 2 Jul—Sun 1 Aug. A showcase of young architectural talent from six of Scotland's Schools of Architecture. Come and see the designs of the future.
LILLIE ART GALLERY
Station Road. Milngavie. 578 8847. Tue—Sat 10am—1pm & 2~5pm. Milngavie Art Club L'ntil Fri 2 Jul. Annual exhibition of work by local artists featuring landscapes. still life and figurative studies.
LLOYD JEROME GALLERY
200 Bath Street. 33] 0722. Tue Sat 9am—6pm.
David Kiely Until Sat 17 Jul. The paintings on show here reveal Kiely caught in a transition from abstraction to figurative work. a shift he seems to be approaching tentatively. if not quite apologetically almost as if he is using these human and architectural forms as compositional. rather titan representational. elements.
MANSFIELD PARK GALLERY
5 Hyndland Street. 342 4l2-l. Wed—Fri
l lam—6pm: Sat l lam—-5pm; Sttn noon-4pm.
Desirous Without Landing lintil Sun 4 Jul. A solo show of new ligttrative paintings by Stuart Buchanan and inspired by Victorian shipping posters.
lossom Mandala by Fiona Watson on show at Glasgow Print Studio
322 8; 32-1 Duke Street. Dennistoun. 556 7276. Tue-Sat noon 6pm.
Studio Projects #2 Until Sat 3 Jul. Market follows up last year‘s studio projects with a residency for Flora Whiteley and artist group Fake lnternationalists. Based in Newcastle. Whiteley creates installations. soundscapes and paintings inspired by a collection of phrases. song lyrics and literature. Fake lnternationalists. featuring Karen Cunningham. (iordon Schmidt and Shai Zurim. collaborate to explore the collective experience.
Flat 3/2. 246 Bath Street. 07730 (i814l5. Robert Chum and Martin Clark Sat 2()-— Mon 28 Jun. noon—5pm. Free. Real live performance art here and now in (ilasgow. (‘hcck it ottt.
270 Sauchiehall Street. 565 4100. Fri & Sun 1 lam 5pm; Mon Thu & Sat 10am-5pm.
Art Treasures of Kelvingrove Until Wed 30 Nov 2005. As the Kelvingrove Museum & Art (iallery has now closed its doors for major refurbishment. over 200 of its paintings take tip residency at the McI.ellan (ialleries. The display includes Thomas Faed's 'I‘ltr' LILY! oft/tr (71m and Rembrandt‘s A Mun in Armour. pltis work by (‘harles Rennie Mackintosh. Dutch and Flemish art.
20 North Street. 287 299‘). Mon -Thu l0.3()am>—-().30pm: Fri- Sat
Cardonald College Graphic Design Exhibition Thu 24 Jun. A display of work by final year students of (iraphic Design at (‘ardonald college.
Paolozzi at 80 The octogenarian Leither whose giant foot and curvaceous pigeons (at the top of Leith Walk) have provided fun for scores of homeward bound drinkers gets a chance to show all that he's made of. It‘s dazzling. See review. The Dean Gallery, Be/ford Road, Edinburgh, until Sun 37 Oct.
Beck’s Futures 2004 Something of a mixed bag but definitely worth visiting to check out who is deemed top of the class in contemporary art school. Look out particularly for Saskia Olde Wolbers' incredible award-winning film Placebo — just how does she do that? Wow. CCA, 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, until Sun 25 Jul.
Nathan Coley The internationally recognised Dundee-based artist‘s piece de resistance fills a room of the gallery with cardboard models representing all the places of worship in Edinburgh listed in the Yellow Pages. There‘s a fair few. See review. Fruitmarket Gallery, 45 Market Street, until Sun 78 Jul
Glasgow’s Art: New Acquisitions Glasgow’s highly successful generation of artists are rewarded with a permanent home in their city — Christine Borland, Roddy Buchanan, Graham Fagen, Toby Paterson, Ross Sinclair and Hanneline Visnes being the chosen ones. Their work’s on show here for the next 18 months. Gallery of Modern Art, Queen Street, Glasgow, until March 2005.
From Here to Eternity James Turrell's light projection Prado Red is the beacon around which other works in the show orbit. Celestial patterns and delicate life forms. Ing/eby Gallery, 6 Carlton Terrace, Edinburgh, until Sat 24 Jul.
24 Jun—8 Jul 2004
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