First of the Summer Wine l’ntil Tue 31 Aug. A season of changing works on a summer theme including paintings by DY Cameron. Joan Eardley. J I) Fergusson. William Gillies. Anne Redpath. Josef Herman. Philip Reeves. Tom Shanks and many others.


l8a Meadow Road. 337 l283. Mon Fri

l lam—5pm; Sat l0am—lpm.

Rick Ulman: Reconnecting l'ntil Sat 1-1 Aug. American artists who spent his formative artistic years in Scotland returns with works that spring from his reconnecting with its culture new and ancient.


I IS Douglas Street. 4-18 6386.

Carrara to Glasgow Sat 7—Sat 2l Aug. Marble sculptors who met at (‘arrara in Tuscany exhibit their wares.


l3a Main Street. Killearn. 0l3ti0 551 loo. New Gallery Launch and Opening Exhibition lintil Thu l9 Aug. A new gallery set up by Annika Simpson and Paul Brown. devoted to showing work by emerging talent from Scottish art colleges. First up is James Smith who shows new paintings.


36 Washington Street. 22l 2l23. Mon—Fri 9am-—5pm.

Martin Mclnally - A Measure of Life Until Fri 27 Aug. Polarities of the human condition - emotional and rational. subjective and objective form the core theme to Mclnally‘s work which has developed a good reputation in galleries in the Middle East.


26 King Street. 552 2l5 l. Tue-Sat “lam—5.30pm.

Sandy Sharpe - Another World 0” Until Sat 14 Aug. A range of lyrical and realist works which capture aspects of the uncompromising landscape which was the site of the former Ravenscraig 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.

Virtual Migrants - Terminal Frontiers Until Sat 2 ()ct. (iroup installation projects by artists from Manchester. Liverpool and London whose interactive electronic works tackle issues of asylum and globalisation.

Glasgow Artist Spaces


l8 King Street. 552 25-10. Daily noon—6an

Last to Turn Around t7ntil Sal l4 Aug. 10.30am—5.30pm. Group show by Paul Embleton. Jonathan (iowing. James McLardy. Marcus Mitchell and (‘alum Stirling around the subject of the shifting alliance between appearance. knowledge and experience.


Flat 3/2. 246 Bath Street. 07730 (will-115. Enrica Eyres Sat 7--Mon 1) Aug. noon—5pm. Free. A new series of drawings based on photographs of child models found on the internet. touching on issues of paedophilia and the ambiguous stage between childhood and adulthood.


73 Robertson Street. Suite (3. Floor l. 2-18 37| l. Tue—Fri noon—~5pm.

Mark Handforth 0000 t'ntil Fri 20 Aug. Miami-based artist with international standing exhibits work from the last three years that incorporates Vespas. street lamps and neon tubes. See review and llil List.

SORCHA DALLAS 5 St Margaret‘s Place. ()7Xl2 6057-15. Thu—Sat l--5pm.

The Smithsons The proponents of the New Brutalism school of thought forged in the 503 get a re- examination. Husband and wife team Peter and Alison thought and theorised more than they built, but their legacy is all around. See review. The Lighthouse, 7 7 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow, until Tue 37 Aug.

Glasgow’s Art: New Acquisitions GOMA is moving onwards and upwards, finally catching up with the dynamism of the art scene that has galvanised the city over the last ten years. Significant new acquisitions of work by artists such as Christine Borland. Roddy Buchanan, Graham Fagen. Toby Paterson, Ross Sinclair and Hanneline Visnes raise the game. See feature. Gallery of Modern Art. Queen Street, Glasgow, until Sat Sep 25.

Mark Handforth Flashing neon lights signal not a bar at the end of an alley. but a new show from Miami-based artist Mark Handtorth whose installations incorporate Vespas and street lamps. See review. The Modern Institute, Robertson Street, Glasgow, 248 37 7 7, until Fri 20 Aug.

Henry Coombes Sun 3 Aug Sat 1 I Sep. l 5pm. Free. New series of works on paper from the recent (ilasgow School of Art graduate. emphasising the entrenched political. cultural and class connotations of the traditional media of oil that he works in. ('all for an appointment outside normal gallery opening hours.


Vacant shop front. l8 Woodlands Road. 079-17 749818.

Amy Smith l'ntil Sun S Aug. .\'ew solo show.

Alison Dunlop Sun 8 Still l5 Aug. New solo show.

Outside the Cities

DUNDEE CONTEMPORARY ARTS I52 Nethergate. (H.182 900000. Tue Wed. Sal & Sun |0.30am 5.30pm; Thu & l-‘ri l0.30am 8pm.

Marine Hugonnier 0.0 l'niil Sun 8 Aug. A major solo show for French artist Marine llugonnier featuring a selection of photographic works and her acclaimed 2003 film Ariana. which tracks her attempts to lilm the perfect panorama.

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