other travel curiosities picked tip in an exhibition that explores what souvenirs tnean to us and how places can be represented and remembered with trinkets.
Summer Garden [Intil Sun 12 Sep. Glasgow-based designers One Foot Taller reveal their themed summer garden with features such as the new ‘unduhueﬂ
Landscape Institute 75th Anniversary Until Sttn 11 Jtil. Marking its 75th birthday. the Landscape Institute presents a survey of the milestones of landscape architecture in this country since its inception.
SIX L'ntil Sun 1 Atig. A showcase of young architectural talent frotn six of Scotland‘s Schools of Architecture. (‘ome and see the designs of the ftttttre. City as Loft Mon 12 Jul—Sun 12 Sep. A showcase of the work of Netherlands leading practices K(‘AP/AS'1‘()(‘. known for their work in transforming ‘waiting lands' such as fortner docklands. industrial estates and unused railways into meaningful. vibrant urban places. 0 The Smithsons Sat 17 Jul- Tue 31 Aug. Alison and Peter Smithson were the avant garde designers and architects of their generation and central figures in the early British Pop Art movement. Here they are remembered and
celebrated. focussing particularly on their
contentious House of the Future. designed for the 1956 Daily Mail Idea Home lixhibition in London. and a privately commissioned property near Lauenforde in (iermany. NEW SHOW. See feature in (‘ity Life. p86 and llitlist.
LLOYD JEROME GALLERY
200 Bath Street. 331 0722. Tue—Sat 9am-6pm.
David Kiely L'ntil Sat 17 Jul. The paintings on show here reveal Kiely caught in a transition between abstraction to figurative work. a shift he
Photographs by Sandy Sharp of Rave-nscraig
seems to be approaching tentatively. if not quite apologetically. It is almost as if he is using these newly introduced human and architectural forms as compositional. rather than representational. elements dipping a toe in figurative waters. but unable to dive in and wash off the abstract expressionist vocabulary he has developed in past practice. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
270 Sauchiehall Street. 565 4100. Fri & Sun I lain 5pm; Mon Thu & Sat 10am— 5pm.
Art Treasures of Kelvingrove Until Wed 30 .\'o\‘ 2005. As the Kelvingrove Mtiseum & Art (iallery has now closed its doors for major refurbishment. over 200 of its paintings take tip residency at the .\1c1.e11an (ialleries. The display includes Thomas liaed’s The Last oft/1c ('lun and Rembrandt's .-1 .llun in Armour. plus work by ('harles Rennie Mackintosh. Dutch and Flemish art.
THE MODERN INSTITUTE
73 Robertson Street. Suite (i. floor I. 248 371 1. Tue I'Tl noon 5pm.
HUO I Want to Know Everything! l'ntil 1-‘ri 1) Jul. A mixed media installation of new work by Scott Myles.
Mark Handforth 1-‘ri 1) Jul liri D Aug. Recent work.
13a Main Street. Killearn. 01360
New Gallery Launch and Opening Exhibition tfntil Thu 1‘) Aug. A new gallery set up by Annika Simpson and Paul Brown. devoted to showing work by emerging talent from Scottish art colleges. I-‘irst tip is James Smith who shows new paintings.
Steelworks on show at Street Level
('entre for Developmental Arts. 18 Albion Street. 552 2822. Mon liri
Shapes and Moods Hi 9 Jul Hi 20 Atig. Recent works by 'l‘rongate Stttdios artist Liam Brogan.
Snapshots l'ri ‘) Jul Fri 21) Aug. Portraits from across Scotland including tnixed media work by ('1)A artists in collaboration with artist Basharat Khan.
(i Burnlield Road. (iiffnock. (338 1200. Mon liri 11am (rpm; Sat 10am 5.30pm: Sun noon 5.30pm.
Group Exhibition Thu 15 Sat 31 Jul. Paintings by lilaine Wilson. lain ('arby. ('herylene Dyer. lilaine ('unningham and .\'ico1a \Vakcling. charcoals by Alan Watson and sculpture by Karen Norfolk.
26 King Street. 552 2151. Tue Sat 10am 5.30pm.
Sandy Sharpe - Another World l'ntil Sat 14 Aug. A range of lyrical and realist works which capture aspects of the uncompromising landscape which was host to the former Ravensct'aig steelworks. The work has been made over the course of the past live years. and Uses images from the land to trace a cycle of creation. achievement and
renewal. NF‘l’ SHOW.
28 King Street. 552 4813. Tue Sat
Annual Members Show Sat 10 Sat 31 Jul. Annual members‘ show featuring a range of work in mixed media.
THE HILL HOUSE
l'pper ('olquhoun Street. 11elensburgh. (11436073901). 1)aily 1.3o 5.30pm. to (£4). (’harles Rennie Mackintosh's domestic masterpiece. ()pen 1 Apr 31 Oct. 1.30 5.30pm.
Design Blossoms t'ntil Sun 31 ()ct. An exhibition of contemporary domestic design inspired by the floral and organic motifs found in (‘harles Rennie Mackintosh's interior design at 11i11 11ouse.
HOUSE FOR AN ART LOVER Bellahouston Park. 10 Dumbreck Road. 353 4770. £3.50 (£2.50). Initially designed by ('harles Rennie Mackintosh for a competition in 1001. this unfinished work has been completed by modern-day architects and designers in true Mackintosh style. For opening times. call info line 0141 353 444‘). Art Lover's (‘afe and Shop open 10am 5pm daily.
Andrew Walker t'ntil Sat 31 Jul. Scottish paintings.
l'niversity Avenue. 3304221. Mon Sat 9.30am 5pm. 1‘t'ee. Dating from 1807. the llunterian Mtisettm is Scotland's oldest public museum the lz'urtli . . . Life exhibition includes the 330m-year- old Beat'sden Shark. dinosaurs from Scotland and the renowned llunter (‘oin cabinet. and the museum also houses historically important scientific instruments as well as many other treasures.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year l'ntil Sttn 1 Aug.
9.30am 5.30pm. This exhibition showcases the very best images from this prestigious competition. produced by amateur and professional photographers alike.
The World of Chaucer: Medieval Books and Manuscripts t'ntil Sat 28 Aug. 9.30am 5pm. An exhibition of (ilasgow t'niversity's rich holdings of ('haucerian manuscripts and early printed books. ntany of which are rare. unique and beautifully decorated.
;1. The Smithsons Purveyors of the Modernist dream receive revisionism in this exhibition (pictured) from the Design Museum in London which illuminates the visionary thinking that characterised the husband and wife duo — Alison and Peter. See feature. City Life. p86 The Lighthouse, 7 7 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow. Sat 77 Jul—Tue 37 Aug.
Jasper Johns One of the most significant American artists alive today shows work from the last 20 years. Best known for his play with the American flag, he pioneered the use of iconography from popular culture. paving the way for Warhol. This is the exhibition’s one and only showing in the UK. See preview. Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Be/ford Road. Edinburgh, Sat 70 Jul—Sun 79 Sep.
Terra Nova II If you missed the Glasgow School of Art degree show, never fear, The List and the GSA have got together to select their favourite pieces. Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, 767 Renfrew Street, Glasgow. Mon 72 Jul—Fri 70 Sep.
Paolozzi at 80 Whether by design or happy coincidence, it's a very good thing. The major retrospective of Edinburgh’s foremost pop artist continues to run. as Jasper Johns opens over the road. A double bill of significant elder statesmen. Who can complain? The Dean Gallery, Be/ford Road, Edinburgh, until Sun 37 Oct. Nathan Coley Last chance to see the floor that's filled with hundreds of scale cardboard models of all of the places of worship listed in the Edinburgh Yellow Pages — 286 to be precise. The Dundee-based artist sets his scalpel on notions of worship and sacrifice. Fruitmarket Gallery 45 Market Street, until Sun 78 Jul.
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