Exhibitions are listed by city, then alphabetically by venue. Submit listings at least ten days before publication to art®list.co.uk, by post or by tax on 0131 557 8500. Listings are compiled by Ruth Hedges.
Glasgow Public Galleries
20o” l’olloksltaw s Road. 287 2550.
Mon Thu it Sat ltlam 5pm; liri & Sun llam 5pm. l'i'cc.
One Million Days in China t'nul Sun 13 l‘eb. l'i'ee. A major exhibition that introduces and explores 4.300 years of (‘hinese history and culture through Sir William Burrell's incredible collection of (‘hinese art. linter through ('hinese gateway s. hear the street sounds of old Shanghai and be transported through time and distance to a different world.
350 Sauchiehall Street. 352 4‘)()().
Tue \Ved & l-ri Stiri | larii (ipm; Thu Ilam Spin.
Emmanuelle Antille: Angels Camp - First Songs 000 t'ntil Stiii 20 Sep. l‘ree. Swiss-based artist. Antille presents a body of work based on a lictional story. show u at the Venice Biennale 2003. featuring an array ol characters who have run away from society and decided to construct their own rules. The show consists ol a full- length lilrii. sound and yideo installations. photographs. objects. music and a noyel. l’hew.
GALLERY OF MODERN ART Queen Street. 22‘) 19W). Mon Wed & Sat ltlam 5pm; Thu ltlam Spin: l’ri 6’; Stiri llam 5pm.
52 THE LIST 26 Aug—9 Sep 2004
Glasgow’s Art: Selected Works l'ntil Sun 3 ()ct. Selected paintings and sculpture from the gallery 's collection l‘)4()~2()()(l. including works by the Boyle Family. (lray son l’erry. Stanley Spencer and John By'rne.
Glasgow’s Art: New Acquisitions t'niil Sat 25 Sep. (}()MA unyeils its new additions to the collection with works by (ilasgow -based artists ('hristine Borland. Roderick Buchanan. (iraham l’agen. Toby Paterson. Ross Sinclair and llannelme Visnes.
GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO
22 & 25 King Street. 552 ()7ti4. Tue Sat ltlams5.3()pm.
Steven Campbell t'nt'it Thu 23 Sep. 6—8pm. New show from Stey en ('ampbell called Jean-Pierre Learn] with 22 new large-scale cany'ases linking themes inspired by the mysteries and rnythologies that surround the Rosslyn (‘hapel and ideas portrayed by French actor Jean-Pierre Leatid in lilms by Francois 'l'rutl'aut.
GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART The Mackintosh (iallery. l(i7 Rentrew Street. 35.3 4500. Mon Thu l()am 7pm: liri ltlam 5pm; Sat l()am 2pm.
Terra Nova II .0. l'niil Hi It) Sep. A chance to my isit some (ll, the best works in this year's degree show by graduating line art students. co-curated by the exhibitions department at the (ilasgow School of Art and yours truly. The List.
Atrium (iallery'. lioulis Building. I58 Renl'rew Street. 35.3 458‘). Mon rr'l'hu 10am 8pm; liri ltlam 5pm.
0 New York, Glasgow: From the Crowd 0... [mil Tue 7 Sep. An exhibition oi‘ photographs by Robert Trotter rescaling the contrasts and
similarities ot‘ public life on the streets of
New York and (ilasgow. See review arid
Hit List. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY l'niyersity ot'(i|asgow. S2 llillhead Street. 330 543]. Mon Sat ‘l3tlam 5pm. l‘Tc‘c‘.
20th Century Painting from the Permanent Collection t'nul in 31 lk‘c‘. .-\ selection til the llunlc‘t‘ttttt's llltL‘ art collection ot‘ British art lrom the 20th century.
Scottish Art 1800-1900 l'iitil Sat IS Sep. A small but signiﬁcant collection of I‘lth century Scottish art. gilted to the llunterian by priyate collectors. The display includes works by Sir l)a\ id Wilkie. lloratio Mc(‘ul|och and Sir William Mc’l‘aggart.
Rediscovering Mackintosh: The Restoration of 78 Derngate t'nul Sat l l Sep. The Mackintosh llouse reopens after a major programme ot‘ refurbishment with a new interpretiye display and a temporary e\hibition which looks at the restoration ot‘ 7S l)erngate. Stubbs and the Hunters t'nul Sat 2 ()ct. 9.30am 5pm. This is a unique opportunity to see works by the great animal painter (ieorge Stubbs i I724 ls’om that were commissioned by John and William llunter. two of the most important medical ligures ot‘ the British linlightenment.
l'niyersity Avenue. 330 422l. Mon Sat 9.30am 5pm. l-‘ree.
The World of Chaucer: Medieval Books and Manuscripts t‘niil Sat 28 Atig. 9.30am 5pm. An eshibition ol (ilttsgtiw l'ttiy'et‘sity‘K rich holdings ol- (‘liaucerian mantiscripts and early
printed books. many of which are rare. unique and beautifully decorated.
ll Mitchell Lane. 22l (i362. Mott & Wed Sat 10.30am 5pm: Tue llam 5pm; Sun noon 5pm. £3 (80p).
Summer Garden t'ntil Sun I2 Sep. (ilasgow-based designers ()ne lioot
Taller reyeal their themed suitiinei garden with teatures such as the new ‘uiidulate'
City as Loft l'iitil Sun l2 Sep \ \lttl“ c‘.t\L‘ UT lltL‘ “Nils t‘l \c‘lltc‘l’lctlttls leading practices Kt‘ \l’ \S l‘tlt’. known tor their work in tiaiistoiiiung ‘waitmg lands‘ such as tormer docklands. industrial estates and unused railways into meaiiiiigtul. \ibrant urban places.
The Smithsons COO. t'nul lut- 3l Aug. Alison and Peter Smithson were the ayant garde designers and architects ot their generation and central tiguics iii the early British pop art riioyeruciit Here they are reineitibered and celebrated. tocussiiig particularly on their contentious llotise ot the l~utuie. designed tor the W50 Daily Mail Ideal Home lishibition in London and a priyately commissioned property near l.auent'orde in (iermany. LAST til ‘.Ai\ ‘E TO SEE
Graduate Showcase t'nul Sun 5 Sep. Selection ot work by recent graduates from (ilasgow School ot Art and lidinbui‘gli ('ollegc ot .-\rt.
271) Sattchiehall Street. 50.5 4 ltltl l'tl \\ Sun llarii 5pm; Mon 'l‘liu k Sat
Art Treasures of Kelvingrove l'ntil \\'ed 30 Nos 2titl5. As the Kelyingroye Museum tk Art (ialleiy has now closed its doors lor' riiaioi rel'urbishiiieiit. oy er 2t)“ of its paintings take up residency at the Mclcllaii Galleries The display includes Thomas litied‘s I‘llt' Inst of the (You arid Reriibr'aiidt's .l .llun in Armour. plus work by (‘harles Rennie Mackintosh. Dutch and l‘lemisli art.
MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT Kelyin Hall. I Bunhouse Road. 2S7 2720. Mon Thu & Sat lilam 5pm; l‘l’l ty; Sun llam 5pm. l‘ree.
From The Other Works by Marianne Greated on show at Intermedia