All Change! l'ntil l-‘ri 31 Dec. The story of (ilasgow 's transport and technology collections.
A Breath of Fresh Air: Scotland’s Railway Posters l'ntil Hi 31 Dec. An c\hibition of 20th century travel posters produced for shipping lines and railway companies.
PAISLEY MUSEUM & ART GALLERY
High Street. 889 3151. Tue Sat
10am 5pm; Sun 2 5pm.
World War One l’ntiI Thu 1 | Nov. This year marks the 90th anniversary of the outbreak of World War 1. This major iii-house exhibition takes a historical look at the war and its effects on Renfrewshire through family histories. photographs and reminiscences.
ST MUNGO MUSEUM OF RELIGIOUS LIFE AND ART
2 ('astle Street. 55.3 2557. Mon Thu & Sat 10am 5pm; liri & Sun I lami5pm. Free.
Priests, Patrons and Piety t'ntil Mon 27 Sep. A small exhibition charting the history of the Scots ('ollage l’aris. 1603-2003.
Just Another Day? t'ntil Sun 24 Apr. liree. (ilasgow Mitseums photographer Jim Dunn explores the religious life of (ilasgow through its festivals.
Glasgow Private Galleries
253 Argyle Street. 565 1023.
10am 10pm: Sun noon 10pm. Showing Off t'ntil Mon 6 Sep. An exhibition showcasing some of the design projects which have been developed during the eight years of the Arches 'l‘heati'e Design Summer School.
ROGER BILLCLIFFE FINE ART 134 Blythswood Street. 332 4027. Mon l'i'i 9.30am 5.30pm1Sat
Design Collection t'ntiI Sat 28 Atig. Snapshot of leading 1K and liuropean designers summer collections.
CENTRE FOR DEVELOPMENTAL ARTS
18 Albion Street.
Seventh Universal Print Show Fri 27 Atig Fri 1 ()ct. (‘ontemporary prints selected frotn national and international artists and specialist art studios presented by Project Ability.
l'nivers‘ity of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 548 2558. Mon reliri 10am—5pm; Sat noon—4pm.
The Glasgow Group t'ntil Sat 28‘ Aug. A major show for artists' co- operative the Glasgow (iroup. which was founded in 1957. featuring prints. paintings. drawings and sculpture by current members and their guests. Polly Binns: Surfacing Sat 4 Sep—Sat 9 Oct. A retrospective exhibition spanning the 25-year career of Polly Binns which comprises. in various media. the Blakeney channel coastline on the north Norfolk coast.
178 West Regent Street. 221 6370. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm.
Mixed Show L’ntil Tue 31 Aug. (‘ontemporary paintings. prints and sculpture by regular gallery artists.
CYRIL GERBER FINE ART
148 West Regent Street. 221 3095. Mon—Sat 9.30am—5.30pm.
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. JD Fergusson. William Gillies. Anne Redpath. Josef Herman. Philip Reeves. Tom Shanks and many others.
Woman by John Cocozza on show at Centre for Developmental Arts
GREAT WESTERN AUCTIONS LTD
29 37 ()tago Street. .339 3290.
Art Auction Sat 28 Aug. noon. Two hundred pictures to be sold. including works by John Bellany. Peter llowson and Ken (‘urrie. Viewing takes place on Friday 28th AugtIst. l0amv6pm and the catalogue will be online at wwwgreatwesternauctions.com from the evening of Thursday 26th. ONE-OFF EVENT.
18 King Street. 552 2540. Daily noon—6pm.
The Other Works l'ntil Sun 5 Sep. noon—6pm. Free. Two graduates from (ilasgow School of Art present new paintings and drawings exploring the boderline of figuration and the breakdown of the image. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
LLOYD JEROME GALLERY
200 Bath Street. 331 0722. Tue-Sat 9am—6pm.
Scottish Art l'ntil Wed 22 Sep. Fund raising exhibiton for the RNIB.
MANSFIELD PARK GALLERY
5 Hyndland Street. 342 4124. Wed—l’ri 1 lam—6pm: Sat I 1am—5pm; Sun noon—4pm.
Autumn Exhibition Sat 28 Aug—Mon 20 Sep. Screenprints. drypoints and woodcuts by four Glasgow-based artist.
26 King Street. 552 2151. Tue—Sat 10am—5.30 m. Virtual lgrants - Terminal
Frontiers L'ntil Sat 2 Oct. Group installation projects by artists from Manchester. Liverpool and London whose interactive electronic works tackle issues of asylum and globalisation.
Glasgow Artist Spaces
322 & 324 Duke Street. Dennistoun. 556 7276. Tue—Sat noon—6pm.
Improve the Shining Hour - Cath Keay L’ntil Sat 1 I Sep. First solo show from this Glasgow-based artist using bee hives as an analogy of the human swarm. She has modelled 1930s buildings from sheets of foundation was which she introduces to the hive and lets
the bees get to work. Artist's talk Sat 4 Sep. 4pm.
THE MODERN INSTITUTE
7.3 Robertson Street. Suite 6. liloor l. 248 371 1. Tue liri noon 5pm.
Tony Swain I-‘ri 3 Sep I-‘ri I ()ct. Debut solo show from this (ilasgow - based artist presenting fantastical. abstract and acrylic paintings forged from the random pages of newspapers and maga/ines.
5 St Margaret’s Place. 07812 605745. Thu -Sat 1 -5pm.
Henry Coombes t‘ntil Sat I I Sep.
I 5pm. Free. New series of works on paper frotn 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. 18 Woodlands Road.
0 Ally Wallace Sun 22 7 Sun 29 Aug. New solo show. See panel and Hit List.
Outside the Cities
THE CHANGING ROOM
35 The Stirling Arcade. Stirling. 01786 479361. Wed—Sat l lam—5pm.
Wendy McMurdo L’ntil Sat 28 Aug. Photography exhibition from whom series made in the late 1990s. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
Peaton Hill. Cove. Argyll 8; Bute. 01436 850 123.
Open Studios Fri 27 Aug. Special Open Studios event to visit this artistic retreat and meet the artists in residence — Hugh Watt. Sophie Horton. Lucy Clout. Mairi Lafferty. Michael Stumpf and Won Wern I.im. A free bus will leave 'I‘ransmission Gallery. Glasgow. at 12.30pm and return at 6pm. Free but book tickets through (‘ove Park.
DUNDEE CONTEMPORARY ARTS
152 Nethergate. 01382 909900. Tue—Wed. Sat 8; Sun 10.30am—5.30pm: Thu 8; Fri 10.30am—8pm.
0 Nahum Tevet L'ntil Sun 3 Oct. The first ['K showing of work by Nahum
New York, Glasgow: From The Crowd Robert Trotter presents documentary portraits of the mines that have stolen his heart. They both have a subway and rivers flowing out to the sea. But only one has the Barras. See review. Glasgow School of Art. until Tue 7 Sep. free.
Vacant Shop Front Making commuters smile and providing interest for cabbies. Glasgow‘s Vacant Shop Front is worth dropping by and checking out. Rotating shows every other Sunday mean the vacant shop is never bare. This week it's Ally Wallace until Sun 5 Sep with David Stamp taking over the mantle until Sun 19 Sep. See feature. Vacant shop front, 18 Wood/ands Road. 07947 749878, free.
Nahum Tevet Israeli-based artist whose work strips down forms to minimalist geometric structures. He was brought up on a kibbutz and now live in Tel Aviv. and conflict and harmony are major themes in his art. Seven Walks on show here is his largest work to date and this is his first UK exhibition Dundee Contemporary Arts, 0 7 382 909900, until Sun 3 Oct, free.
Tevet whose work was included in the Venice Biennale last year. featuring a large-scale installation which references life in Israel. NEW SHOW. SEE HIT LIST. Ergln Cavusoglu L'ntiI Sun 3 ()ct. Video installations probing the boundaries of public and private space. NEW SHOW.
MOUNT STUART GALLERY Mount Stuart. 01700 503877. Mon. Wed 8; Fri—Sun 10am—5pm.
Langlands and Bell tintil Sun 26 Sep. An installation by Langlands and Bell. referencing the tiny family chapel dedicated to St John the livangelist and designed in 1873 by the architect William Burges at Mount Stuart.
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