Exhibitions are listed by city, then alphabetically by venue. Submit listings at least ten days before publication to art@l1st.co.uk, by post or by tax on 0131 557 8500. Listings are compiled by Ruth Hedges.

lasgow Public Galleries


2060 Pollokshaws Road. 287 2550. Mon Thu 8; Sat 10am 5pm: Fri & Sun 1 1am 5pm. Free.

One Million Days in China L‘ntil Stiii 13 Feb. Free. A major exhibition that introduces and explores 4.300 years of (’hinese history and culture. Enter through ('hinese gateways. hear the street sounds of old Shanghai and be transported through time and distance to a different world.


350 Sauchiehall Street. 352 4900.

Tue rWed 8; Fri»Sun 1 1ani~6pmz Thu 1 lam -8pm.

Emmanuelle Antilie: Angels Camp First Songs t'ntil Sun 26 Sep. Free. Swiss-based artist Antille presents a body of work based on a fictional story. shown at last year's Venice Biennale and featuring an array of characters who have run away from society and decided to construct their own rules. The show consists of a full- length film. sound and video installations. photographs. objects. music and a novel. Phew.

GALLERY OF MODERN ART Queen Street. 22‘) 1996. Mon—le & Sat 10am—5pm; Thu 10am—8pm: Fri & Sun 1 1am—5pm.

Glasgow’s Art: Selected Works l'ntil Sun 3 ()ct. Selected paintings and sculpture from the gallery‘s collection

1‘)40~ 2000 including works by the Boyle

Family. Grayson Perry. Stanley Spencer and John Byrne.

Glasgow’s Art: New Acquisitions Until Sat 25 Sep. GOMA unveils its new additions to the collection with works by Glasgow-based artists (‘hristine Borland. Roderick Buchanan. Graham Fagen. Toby Paterson. Ross Sinclair and Hanneline Visnes.

Alan Currall ooo Until Sun 22 Aug. Glasgow-born artist Alan Currall. best known for his confessional video self-portraits. gets his first solo show in his home town. His work features his

trademark tragicomical relations of truths 3

and fictions.


22 & 25 King Street. 552 0704. Tue—Sat Ilium—5.30pm.

Steven Campbell Sat 14 Aug—Thu 23 Sep. 6—8pm. New show from Steven Campbell called Jean-Pierre Leaud. With 22 new large-scale canvases linking themes inspired by the mysteries and mythologies that surround the Rosslyn Chapel and ideas portrayed by French actor Jean-Pierre Leaud iii films by Francois Truffaut.

GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART The Mackintosh Gallery. 167 Renfrew Street. 353 4500. Mon—Thu 10am—7pm: Fri 10am—5pm; Sat 10am—2pm.

Terra Nova II 000 Until Fri 10 Sep. 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 Glasgow School of Art and yours truly. The List. See review

GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART Atrium Gallery. Foulis Building. 158 Renfrew Street. 353 4589. Mon—Thu 10am—8pm; Fri 10am—5pm.

New York, Glasgow: From the Crowd L'ntil Tue 7 Sep. An exhibition of photographs by Robert Trotter revealing the contrasts and similarities of public life on the streets of New York and Glasgow.

HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY University of Glasgow. 82 Hillhead Street. 330 5431. Mon—Sat 9.30am—5pm. Free.

20th Century Painting from the Permanent Collection t'ntil Fri 31 Dec. A selection of the Hunterian's fine art collection of British art from the 20th century.

Scottish Art 1800-1900 l'ntil Sat 18 Sep. A small but significant collection of Nth century Scottish art. gifted to the Hunterian by private collectors. The display includes works by Sir David Wilkie. Horatio McCulloch and Sir William McTaggart.

Rediscovering Mackintosh: The Restoration of 78 Derngate L'ntil Sat 1 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 Derngate. Stubbs and the Hunters Until Sat 2 ()ct. 9.30am—5pm. This is a unique opportunity to see works by the great painter of' animals. George Stubbs

( 1724— 1806) that were commissioned by John and William Hunter. two of the most important medical figures of the British Enlightenment.


University Avenue. 330 4221. Mon~Sat 9.30am—5pm. Free.

The World of Chaucer: Medieval Books and Manuscripts Until Sat 28 Aug. 9.30am—5pm. An exhibition of Glasgow University's rich holdings of Chaucerian manuscripts and early printed books. many of which are rare. unique and beautifully decorated.


11 Mitchell Lane. 221 6362. Mon & Wed—Sat 10.30am—5pm; Tue 1 lam—5pm; Sun noon—5pm. £3 (80p).

Summer Garden Until Sun 12 Sep. Glasgow-based designers One Foot Taller reveal their themed summer garden with features such as the new ‘undulate'.

City as Loft Until Sun 12 Sep. A showcase of the work of Netherlands leading practices KCAP/ASTOC. known for their work in transforming ‘waiting lands‘ such as former docklands. industrial estates and unused railways into meaningful. vibrant urban places. The Smithsons oooo Until 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 ldea Home Exhibition in London. and a privately commissioned property near Lauenforde in Germany.

Graduate Showcase Until Sun 5 Sep. Selection of work by recent graduates from Glasgow School of Art and Edinburgh College of Art.

John McAslan and Partners Sat 14 Aug—Sun 3 Oct. Emerging architectural practices. John McAslan and Partners. making a name as radical designers show off their latest projects which include the Charles Rennie Mackintosh interior at 78 Derngate. Northampton and the De La Warr Pavillion in Bexhill on Sea. MCLELLAN GALLERIES

270 Sauchiehall Street. 565 4100. Fri 8; Sun 1 1am—5pm; Mon—Thu & Sat 10am-5pm.

Art Treasures of Kelvingrove L'ntil Wed 30 Nov 2005. As the Kelvingrove Museum & Art Gallery has

now closed its doors for major refurbishment. over 200 of its paintings take up residency at the .\lcl.ellan Galleries. The display includes Thomas Faed's The [41st oft/1c (‘ltm and Rembrandfs A Man in Armour, plus work by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Dtitch and Flemish art.


High Street. 889 3151. Tue—Sat 10am—5pm: Sun 2-5pm.

Jon Schueler: To the North t'ntil Sun 22 Aug. The first ever British retrospective of the work of American painter Jon Schueler who relocated to Scotland in 1970.

World War One L'ntil Thu 1 1 Nov. This year marks the 90th anniversary of the outbreak of World War 1. This mtjor iii-house exhibition takes a historical look at the war and its effects on Renfrew shire through family histories, photographs and reminiscences.


2 Castle Street. 553 2557. MonJThu & Sat l0am—5pm: Fri & Sun 1 lam -5pm. Free.

Priests, Patrons and Piety t'ntil Mon 27 Sep. A small exhibition charting the history of the Scots Collage Paris. 1603—2003.

Just Another Day? Until Sun 24 Apr. Free. Glasgow Mtiseunis photographer Jim Dunn explores the religious life of Glasgow through its festivals.

Private Galleries


253 Argyle Street. 565 1023. 10am—~l0pni: Sun noon— 10pm.

Bombay Sapphire Inspired Tue l7—Sat 21 Aug. Multi-media event with DJs and cocktails showcasing winning entries to the Bombay Sapphire glass design awards. See Hit List.

Showing Off Until Mon 6 Sep. An exhibition showcasing some of the design projects which have been developed during the eight years of the Arches Theatre Design Summer School.

ROGER BILLCLIFFE FINE ART 134 Blythsw‘ood Street. 332 4027. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5.30pm; Sat 10am—1pm. Design Collection Until Sat 28 Aug. Snapshot of leading UK and European designers' summer collections.


University of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 548 2558. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm: Sat noon—4pm.

The Glasgow Group Until Sat 28 Aug. A major show for artists' co- operative the Glasgow Group. which was founded in 1957. featuring prints. paintings. drawings and sculpture by current members and their guests. COMPASS GALLERY

178 West Regent Street. 221 6370. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm.

The New Generation Show Until Tue 24 Aug. The Compass Gallery"s annual selection of work by new graduates from the four Scottish art school degree shows.

Mixed Show Until Tue 31 Aug. Contemporary paintings. prints and sculpture by regular gallery artists. Cityscapes of Glasgow Wed l8 Aug—Tue 14 Sep. Polymer photogravures and drawings by HarTy Magee.


32 St Andrews Street. 552 4222. Mon—Fri 9am—5pm; Sat noon—5pm.

Brian Sweeney - Labbad Med Draugnum Aftur Heim (Walking the Ghost Back Home) Until Sat 21 Aug. Glasgow-based photographer who began his career as a music photographer travelling with bands such as the Happy Mondays. before moving to Iceland.

listings Art

Glasgow’s Art: New Acquisitions We keep mentioning it. but it's still one of the most important things for Glasgow art-wise at the moment. GOMA's latest additions of work by artists such as Christine Borland. Roddy Buchanan, Graham Fagen, Toby Paterson. Floss Sinclair and Hanneline Visnes show just how far the art scene’s come in the last ten years. Gallery of Modern Art, Queen Street, Glasgow, until Sat Sep 25.

Last Chance to Thrn Around Exciting new work in this mixed show featuring Jonathan Gowing, Paul Embleton and James McLardy. See review. intermedla Gallery, King Street, Glasgow, 552 2540, until Sat 14 Aug.

Bombay Sapphire Inspired Shortlisted and winning entries to the Bombay Sapphire glass design award are shown off in this special art- design-music-cocktails event. Tickets are free, but you need to apply for them online (www.sapphireinspired.com) or enter the special offer for VIP passes on page 3. The Arches, Argyle Street, Glasgow, Tue 17—Sat 21 Aug

The Smithsons Substantial uncovering of the husband and wife duo who helped dream up New Brutalism and softened their hard 503 lines softened to wavy curves later on in the century. The Lighthouse, 11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow, until Tue 37 Aug.

exhibits images of Reykjavik. contrasting colourful architecture and derelict


148 West Regent Street. 221 3095. Mon—Sat 9.30am—5.30pm.

First of the Summer Wine Until Tue 31 Aug. A season ofchanging works on a summer theme including paintings by DY Cameron. Joan Eardley. J1) Fergusson. William Gillies. Anne Redpath. Josef Herman. Philip Reeves. Tom Shanks and many others.

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