Exhibitions are listed by city, then alphabetically by venue. Submit listings at least ten days before publication to artGlist.co.uk. Listings compiled by Ruth Hedges.
I BURRELL COLLECTION
2060 Pollokshaws Road. 287 2550. Mon-Thu & Sat 10am—5pm; Fri & Sun 1 lam—5pm. Free.
Venus Rising Until Sun 14 Aug. Free. Exhibition from the National Galleries of Scotland centred around Titian's ‘Venus Rising From the Sea’. examining how artists have inﬂuenced each other through the ages. Exhibition includes (‘ranach. Degas. Magritte. Picasso and Calum Colvin.
Curator’s Favourites Wed 10 Aug. 12.30-lpm. Free. Noorah Al-Gailani. curator of Islamic civilisations. gives a talk entitled ‘Venus Rising: The Human Figure in Islamic Art'.
350 Sauchiehall Street. 352 4900. Tue—Fri l lamcopm; Sat l()ani--6pm.
5*: Stefan Nikolaev - Come to Where the Flavour ls Until Sat 3 Sep. Paris-based artist Stefan Nikolaev presents his ﬁrst major solo show of installation works. See Hitlist.
I COLLINS GALLERY
University of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 548 2558. Mon-Fri [0am—5pm; Sat noon—4pm. Free.
Quilt Art Nenty Until Sat 20 Aug. Free. International exhibition of textiles which explore and extend the boundaries ofquiltmaking.
I GALLERY OF MODERN ART Queen Street. 229 I996. Mon~Wed & Sat l()am~-5pm; Thu l0am~8pm1 Fri 8: Sun l lam—5pm.
Barbara Kruger 0“ Until Sun 25 Sep. ()ne of the most significant female artists to deal with politics and sexuality in the last 30 years. Her iconic images and slogans have been hugely inﬂuential on culture and politics. The New York- based artist has made a large-scale installation on the theme of domestic violence to tie in with the gallery's long- term programme Rule of Thumb. The sister show. Twelve. opens at the Tramway this month. See preview. page 49.
Jane Topping Until Wed 31 Aug. New paintings. works on paper and texts by this Glasgow-based artist.
Selected Prints from the Collection Until Sun 2| Aug. litchings, lithographs. photography and screenprints by artists such as Frank Auerbach. Richard Hamilton. David Hockney and Paula Rego.
I GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO
22 & 25 King Street. 552 0704. Tue-s-Sat 10am—5 . 30pm.
Places Seen Until Sat 27 Aug. Exhibition of artistic interpretations of places observed and visual representations of places imagined. translating topography into the romantic. futuristic or abstract.
I GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART The Mackintosh Gallery. 167 Renfrew Street. 353 4500. Mon Fri |0am 5pm: Sat 10am-2pm. Free.
Budapest MFA Exchange Until Fri 5 Aug. Studio 39 & 40. Second phase of an exchange between students from Glasgow School of Art's Master of Fine Arts programme and the Hungarian University of the Fine Arts. See picture. right. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.
TERRA NOVA Ill Until Fri l2 Aug. A chance to revisit some of the best works in this year‘s degree show by graduating students.
I GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART Atrium Gallery. Foulis Building. 158 Renfrew Street. 353 4589. Mon-Thu 10am --8pm; Fri 10am» 5pm.
Things Unhappen Until Fri 2 Sep. An exhibition of work made by graduates from the Glasgow School of Art‘s Visual (‘ommunication course. 2002. who were asked to create something that could not
I HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY University of Glasgow. 82 Hillhead Street. 330 5431. Mon Sat 9.30am«5pm. Free.
Intimate Friends: The Scottish Colourists Until Sat 1 ()ct.
9.30am 5pm. Free. The popular show returns with paintings. watercolours and drawings by the Scottish colourists (‘adelL Fergusson. Hunter and Peploe. Jessie M King Fri 5 Aug-Sat 29 ()ct. £2.50. An exhibition showing various works by this leading Glasgow Girl. NEW SHOW.
I HUNTERIAN MUSEUM Gilbert Scott Building. University of Glasgow. 330-122l. Mon- Sat
9.30am- -5pm. Free.
Lord Kelvin: Revolutionary Scientist [Intil Sat 3| Dec. Free. An exciting mix of hands on activities. computer generated images and the chance to look at original scientific instruments inspired by the legacy of one the greatest scientific minds of the 19th century.
I THE LIGHTHOUSE
ll Mitchell Lane. 22! 6362. Mon & Wed ‘Sat 10.30am-5pm; Tue
llam» 5pm; Sun noon 5pm. £3 (80p). Archiprix International 2005
O Until Sun 7 Aug. lixhibition featuring work by all the candidates shortlisted for the prestigious Hunter Douglas Awards.
Glasgow Print Studio Gallery
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22 July - 27 August 2005
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‘ The section of drawing on upholstery fabric, Stephame ‘Everyone is connected to each other . . .’, is part ? of the exchange exhibition showing the work of students from the ‘ Glasgow School of Art MFA course and the Hungarian University of Fine Art, Budapest.
l Budapest MFA Exchange, Glasgow School of Art, until Fri 5 Aug.
See Monet. Van Gogh, Pissarro, Cézanne and over 30 works by the greatest Impressionist painters in‘ the charming artists' town‘of Kirkcudbright. -'
’ Monet. and the Impressionists: Kelvingrave at Kirkcudbright For 8 weeks only 2 July — 28 August 2005 Kirkcudbright Town Hall
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