Exhibitions are listed by city, then alphabetically by venue. Submit listings at least ten days before publication to artGlist.co.ult, by post or by fax on 0131 557 8500. Listings are compiled by Ruth Hedges.
Glasgow Public Galleries
2060 Pollokshaws Road. 287 2550. Mon—Thu & Sat 10am—5pm; Fri 8; Sun J lam—5pm. Free.
One Million Days in China Until Feb ()5. A major exhibition that introduces and explores 4300 years of Chinese history and culture through Sir William Burrell's incredible collection of Chinese art. Enter through (‘hinese gateways. hear the street sounds of old Shanghai and be transported through time and distance to a different world. See photo caption.
Curator’s Favourites Wed 28 Jul. 12.30—lpm. Free. Simon Eccles. senior curator of ancient civilisations. gives a talk on the Egyptian Lioness Goddess Sekhmet. ‘the powerful woman‘. Curator’s Favourites Wed 4 Aug. 12.30—lpm. Free. Tobias (‘apwelL curator of Arms and Armour. gives a talk on the armour of Emperor Ferdinand I. CCA
350 Sauchiehall Street. 352 4900. Tue—Wed 8; Fri—Sun l lam-6pm: Thu
Beck’s Film and Video Student Prize Until Sun 25 Jill. 6-8pm. Free. Film screenings by the shortlisted artists. Beck’s Futures 2004 ooo
Until Sun 25 Jul. The fifth Beck's
Futures award returns to the (‘(‘A with the shortlisted and winning entries to this annual cotnpetition. This year the £24000 cheque went to London-based Saskia ()lde Wolbers for her surreal video installation. loosely based on the true life case of a tnentally ill Frenchman who impersonated a doctor and murdered his family. Scotland's entry comes from Hayley Tompkins who
Still from Sasia Olde Wolbers award
Life size Luohan figurine - circa 1484 02004 Glasgow City Council (Museums)
Discover 4,000 years of Chinese art and culture in a new exhibition at the Burrell Collection.
16 July 2004 -13 February 2005
Open daily 10am 5pm except Friday and Sunday llam 5pm
A summer programme of free activities and workshops
accompanies the exhibition.
the Burrell Collection, Pollok Country Park,
2060 Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow
Phone 0141287 2550 Fax 014128] 259/
Wheelchair access, cafe, restaurant, gift shop,
free daily guided tours of the museum
78 THE LIST 22 Jul—5 Aug 2004
paints delicate. abstract marks on lined paper. ()ther artists include llaluk Akakce. 'l‘onico I.emos Auad. Simon Bedwell. Iirgin ('avusoglu. Andrew (‘ross. Susan l’ltillpsl. Imogen Stidworthy and Nicoline Van llarskatnp. Digital Design Studio (GSA) t'ntil Mon 26 Jul. 1 lam 8pm. Free. Degree show exhibition featuring work by master students at the Digital Design Studio who work with 3D anitnation and interaction. See photo caption. [AST CHANCE TO SEE.
GALLERY OF MODERN ART Queen Street. 22‘) 1996. Mon Wed & Sat l0am 5pm; 'l'hu l0am 8pm; Fri & Sun llatn 5pm.
Glasgow’s Art: Selected Works l'ntil Sun 3 ()ct. Selected paintings and sculpture frotn the gallery's 1940 2000 collection including works by the Boyle Family. (irayson Perry. Stanley Spencer and John Byrne.
0 Glasgow’s Art: New Acquisitions l'ntil Sat 25 Sep. (EOMA unveils its new additions to the collection with works by (ilasgow-based artists (‘hristine Borland. Roderick Buchanan. (iraham Fagen. 'l'oby Paterson. Ross Sinclair and llanneline Visnes. See Hit List.
Alan Currall ODD l'ntil Sun 22 Aug. (ilasgow-born artist Alan (‘urralL best known for his confessional video self-portraits. gets his first solo show in
-winning film, Interloper, 2003, as part of Beck’s Futures on show at CCA
his home town. His work features his trademark tragicotnical relations of truths and fictions.
Jasper Johns: Past Things and Present to the Catenary Mon 26 Jul. I245 l.|5pm. Free. Fred ()rton from Leeds l'niversity gives this lunchtime lecture.
GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO
22 & 25 King Street. 552 0704. Tue —Sat [0am 5.30pm.
Eileen Cooper - Subject Matter l'ntil Sat 7 Aug. Mythical. naive screenprints with a playful innocence. Fiona Watson - Natural Philosophy l'ntil Sat 7 Aug. Delicate prints inﬂuenced by oriental imagery and design.
Roger Farnham - All About Barns and Sheds l'ntil Sat 7 Aug. Barns and sheds are units in nuclear physics. didn't you know'.’ Roger Farnham explores this strange duality.
GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART The Mackintosh (iallery. m7 Renfrew Street. 353 4500. Monil‘hu |0am 7pm; Fri 10am 5pm; Sat l0am 2pm.
Terra Nova ll t'ntil Fri 10Scp. A chance to revisit some of the best works in this year's degree show by graduating fine art students. co-curated by the exhibitions department at the (ilasgow School of Art and yours truly. The List. Atrium (iallery. Foulis Building. 158
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