Rettfrew Street. 353 458‘). Mon Thu 10am 8pm; Fri 10am 5pm.

New York, Glasgow: From the Crowd l7ntil Tue 7 Sep. An exhibition of photographs by Robert 'l’rotter revealing the contrasts and similarities of pttblic life on the streets of New York attd (ilas'gow.

HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY l'niversity of (ilasgow. 82 llillhead Street. 3305431. Mon» Sat 9.30am 5pm. Free.

20th Century Painting from the Permanent Collection t'util liri 31 Dec. A selection of the Hunterian’s line art collection of British art from the 20th century.

Scottish Art 1800-1900 t'ntil Sat 18 Sep. A small bttt significant collection of 19th century Scottish art. gifted to the llunterian by private collectors. The display includes works by Sir David Wilkie. Horatio .\1c(‘ulloch and Sir William Mc'l'aggart.

Rediscovering Mackintosh: The Restoration of 78 Derngate t'ntil Sat l 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 l)erngate. Stubbs and the Hunters t'ntil Sat 2 ()ct. 9.30am 5pm. L‘tbc. This is a unique opportttnity to see works by the great animal painter (ieorge Stttbbs (1724 1806) commissioned by John and William Hunter. two of the most important tnedical figures of the British Enlightenment.


tiniversity Avenue. 330 4221. Mon Sat 9.30am 5pm. Free.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year t'ntil Sun 1 Attg. 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 l'ntil Sat 28 Attg. 9.30am 5pm. An exltibition of (ilasgow t'niversity's rich holdings of (‘haucerian manuscripts and early

printed books. many of which are rare. unique and beautifully decorated.


1 1 Mitchell Lane. 221 (i362. Mon & Wed Sat 10.30am 5pm; 'l‘ue llatn 5pm: Sun noon 5pm. £3 (£0.80i.

Wish You Were Here t'ntil Sun 8 Attg. Souvenirs from the luckiest to the even tackier are on show. Plus many other travel curiosities picked up in an exhibition that explores what souvenirs

mean to us and how places can be represented and remembered with trinkets. Summer Garden t'ntil Sun 12 Sep. (ilasgow-based designers One Foot Taller reveal their themed summer garden with features such as the new ‘undulate‘.

SIX l'ntil Sun 1 Aug. A showcase of young architectural talent from six of Scotland’s Schools of Architecture. ('onte attd see the designs of the future. City as Loft l'ntil Sun 12 Sep. A showcase of the work of leading Netherlands practices K('Al’/AS'l'( )(‘. known for their work in transforming ‘waiting lands' such as former docklands. industrial estates and unused railways into meaningfttl. vibrant urban places.

The Smithsons l'ntil Tue 31 Attg. 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. with a particular focus on their contentious llottse of the littture. designed for the 1956 Daily Mail Idea Home lixhibition in London and a privately commissioned property near l.auenforde in (iermany.


270 Sauchichall Street. 565 4100. liri & Sun 1 1am 5pm: Mon 'l‘hu & Sat

10am 5pm.

Art Treasures of Kelvingrove t'ntil Wed 30 Nov 2005. As the Kclvingrove Museum at Art (iallery has now closed its doors for tttajor refurbishment. over 200 of its paintings take up residency at the .\lcl.ellan (ialleries. The display includes 'l’homas l‘aed’s T/u' Lust riff/14’ ('lun and Rembrandt's A Mun in Armour. plus work by (‘harles Rennie Mackintosh. Dutch and lilemish art.


High Street. 88‘) 3151. Tue Sat

10am 5pm: Sun 2 5pm.

Jon Schueler: To the North t‘ntil Sttn 22 Aug. The first ever British retrospective of the work of American painter Jon Schtteler who relocated to Scotland in 1970.

Glasgow Private Galleries

ROGER BILLCLIFFE FINE ART l3-l Blythswood Street. 332 4027.

Mon Fri 9.30am 5.30pm: Sat

10am 1pm.

Design Collection t‘ntil Sat 28 Aug. Snapshot of leading [K and liuropean designers summer collections.

Images of Reykjavik by Brian Sweeney on show at DGP Studio


t'niversity of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 548 2558. Mon l’ri 10am 5pm; Sat noon 4pm.

Seeing the Light t'ntil Sat 24 .lul. A contemporary twist to the medium of mosaic featuring works by lilaine .\1 (ioodwin. l)uga1d .\laclnnes. ('leo .\tussi and 'I‘rudi l.lo_\ d Williams. lASl CHANCE 10 SH;

The Glasgow Group Sat 31

Jul Sat 28 Aug. A major show for artists' cit-operative the (ilasgow (iroup. which was founded in 1057. l’eatures prints. paintings. drawings and sculpture by current members and their guests.


l7S West Regent Street. 22l (3370. Mon Sat 10am 5.30pm.

The New Generation Show t'ntil Tue 24 Aug. The (‘ompass (iallery's annual selection of work by new graduates from the four Scottish art school degree shows.


32 St Andrews Street. 552 4222.

Mon l‘ri 9am 5pm; Sat noon 5pm. Brian Sweeney - Labbad Med Draugnum Aftur Heim (Walking the Ghost Back Home) t'ntil Sat 21 Aug. (ilasgow- based photographer who began his career as a music photographer

travelling with bands such as the Happy

Mondays before moving to Iceland. exhibits images of Reykjavik. contrasting colourful architecture and derelict snowscenes. See photo caption.


l—lb' \Vest Regent Street. 22l 309.5. .\1on Sat 9.30am 5.30pm.

First of the Summer Wine t'util Tue 31 Aug. A season of changing works on a stuntner theme including paintings by DY ('ameron. Joan liardley. .ll) l-‘et'gusson. William (iillics. Anne Redpath. Josef Hertnan. Philip Reeves. 'l'ont Shanks and many others.


18a Meadow Road. 337 1283. Mon Fri llatn 5pm: Sat 10am 1pm.

Rick Ulman: Reconnecting t'ntil Sat 14 Aug. American artists who spent his formative artistic years in Scotland returns with works that spring froin his reconnecting with its culture. new and ancient.


13a Main Street. Killearn. 013o0

5.51 IN».

New Gallery Launch and Opening Exhibition t'ntil 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. liirst up is James Smith who shows new paintings.


36 Washington Street. 221 2123.

Mon l’ri 9am 5pm.

Martin Mclnally - A Measure of Life t'ntil Fri 27 Aug. l’olarities of the human condition emotional and rational. subjective and objective

form the core theme to Alc‘llt;tll_\"s work which has developed an excellent reputation in galleries in the Middle liast.


26 King Street. 552 2151. Tue Sat 10am 5.30pm.

Sandy Sharpe - Another World .0. l'ntil Sat 14 Aug. A range of lyrical and realist works that capture aspects of the uncompromising landscape which was host to the former Ravenscraig steelworks. The work has been made over the course of the past live years. attd uses images from the land to trace a cycle of creation. achievement and renewal. See review.

listings Art



Jasper Johns Although he's best known for images of flags this show signals a new departure for the pioneering American. drawing on work from the last twenty years in which psychological elements come through (though the spangled banner sneaks in occasionally). Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. Bel/0rd Road. Edinburgh. until Sun 19 Sep

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 are among the chosen ones. Glasgow School of Art must be so proud. Gallery of Modern Art. Queen Street, Glasgow, until March 2005.

Cecil Beaton Celebration of this legendary society photographer who covered and flattered them all. Stars from the world of film. music. literature and art are captured at their best angles. in the best light. But there's a darker twist. See review. City Art Centre. Market Street. Edinburgh. until Thu 76 Sep.

Sam Taylor Wood Housed in the elegant sculpture hall, Taylor-Wood's video installation Strings combines balletic movement with melancholic Tchaikovsky. See panel in Edinburgh Festival Guide. Edinburgh College of Art, Sun i—Thu 26 Aug.

Paolozzi at 80 Major retrospective of prolific Leith- born octogenarian continues to run and delight. The Dean Gallery. Be/ford Road, Edinburgh, until Sun 37 Oct.


28 King Street. 552 4813. Tue Sat

llatn 5pm.

Annual Members Show l'ntil Sat 31 Jul. Annual members show

featuring a range of work in mixed media.


1’? Jul 1') 700.1