Visual Art -

National Programme Student Awards for Architecture 2005 Until Sun 1 1 Sep. Featuring entries from universities and art colleges across Scotland.


Station Road. Milngavie. 578 8847. Tue—Sat 10am 1pm 8; 2~5pm.

Clay on the Way l'ntil Fri l9 Aug. ('ermaics by members of the Scottish Potters Association.

Respond l‘ntil Fri 19 Aug. Works by Ayrshire-based lioghann .‘vlac(‘oll. taking the gallery's permanent collection as a starting point.


I226 (iovan Road. 445 5100. Mon Fri 1.30—4.30pm; Sat 12.30 4.30pm. Charlotte Donegan t'ntil Fri 12 Aug. Watercolours. gouache. acrylic and oil paintings.


270 Sauchiehall Street. 565 4100. Fri & Sun 1 lam 5pm; Mon Thu 8; Sat

10am 75pm.

Art Treasures of Kelvingrove t'ntil Sun 30 ()ct. As the Kelvingrove .\ltiseum 8: Art (iallery is closed for major refurbishment. over 200 of its paintings have taken up residency at the .\lcl.e|lan (ialleries. The display includes Thomas Faed's ‘The Last of the ('lan' and Rembrandt‘s ‘A Man in Armour'. pltls work by (‘harles Rennie Mackintosh. Dutch and Fletnish art.

ArtBites! Thu 4 Aug. lptn. Free. Short talk on ‘The White (‘ockade' by Wli Lockhart.


201 North Street. 287 2999. Mon Wed 10am~~6pmz Thu 10am 8pm: Fri Sat 10am-5pm.

John Bellany - Odyssey t'ntil Sat 1() Sep. A selection of paintings by one of

Scotland‘s best-known painters.

I PEOPLE’S PALACE & WINTER GARDENS (ilasgow (ireen. 271 295 I. Mon—Thu & Sat 10am 5pm; Fri & Still I lam—5pm. Free.

Glasgow 1955: Through the Lens tTntil Sun 30 Jul. Free. An exhibition of images of (ilasgow in l955. Previously shown in Kelvingrove and the People's Palace 50 years ago.


(‘entre For Developmental Arts. 18 Albion Street. 552 2822. Mon-Fri 10am 5pm.

There and Back l'ntil Fri 26 Aug. A group show inspired by an exchange project with Taigh (‘hearsabhagh Museum & Arts (‘entre on North L'ist.


2 ('astle Street. 553 2557. Mon—Thu & Sat 10am-5pm: Fri & Sun 1 lam—5pm. Free.

* Women and War .0. t'ntil Sun 30 ()ct. Photographs by Jenny Matthews. who's worked in war zones such as lil Salvador. the Middle East. Africa and Afghanistan since I982. This exhibition shows women‘s experience of war and its aftermath in their roles as mothers. wives. lighters. refugees and survivors. See review. page 50 and llitlist.


25 Albert Drive. 08-15 330 350].

Tue Sat 10am -5pm; Sun noon-5pm.

1‘ Barbara Kruger - Nelve Fri 5 Aug Alon 26 Sep. Large scale video installation of 12 short scenes written by Kruger. performed by actors and projected on opposite sides of the space to each other. The scenes portray discussions between groups. friends or

art loving, comedy laughing, attraction visiting, theatre going, hill walking, scotland touring, club dancing, beer swilling, sport crazy, film watching, music listening, hotel staying

money spenders?


Arts, Entertainment,Tourism and Leisure Publicity Nationwide

0141 445 8838

52 THE LIST 4—1 1 Aug 2005)

families. evolving into arguments. See preview. Page 49 and Hitlist. NEW SHOW.


63 Trongate. 552 4267.

Diamonds Deep beneath the Mountain Range Until Wed 31 Aug. Paintings and drawings by Gavin Duvet.

5 Private Galleries

I CYRIL GERBER FINE ART 148 West Regent Street. 221 3095. Mon—Sat 9.30am-5.30pm.

First of the Summer Wine Until W ‘d 3] Aug. A season of changing works on a summer theme including paintings by DY Cameron. Joan Eardley. JD Fergusson. William (lillies. Anne Redpath. Josef Herman. Philip Reeves. Tom Shanks and many others.

I LLOYD JEROME GALLERY 200 Bath Street. 331 0722. Tue-Sat 9am—6pm.

Jimmy Gavin - The Garden of Wish Fulfilment Until Wed 24 Aug. Distinguished Scottish abstract expressionist painter.


73 Robertson Street. Suite 6. Floor 1. 248 371 l. 'l‘ue-Fri noon-5pm.

* Hayley Tompkins 0... Until Fri 2 Sep. Watercolour works on paper. board and painted directly onto the gallery walls. See review. page 50 and Hitlist.


6 Burnfteld Road. (iiffnock. 638 1200. Mon—Fri l lam-6pm; Sat 10am--5.30pm; Sun noon—5.30pm.

The Summer Show Until Sun 7 Aug. Group exhibitions featuring artists by Lesley Anne Derks. Ron [Eardly and Heather Lander.

I soncuA DALLAS ' if u 5 St Margaret’s Place. 07812 605745. f

Thu—Sat l—5pm.

Jist Because t'ntil Fri 26 Aug.

'4‘ llias Papailiakis Sat 6 Aug—Sat 10 Sep. Exhibition of paintings. subdued in tone but often violent in subject matter. in oil on irregular wooden boards as part of , an exchange with The Breeder. Athens. ' See Hitlist. NEW SHOW. l


18 Albion Street. 552 2822. Mon—Fri l()atn-—5pm. i

lixhibition of new work by Trongate studios artist David McCracken.

: I[VSF]

Vacant shop front. 18 Woodlands Road.

07947 749818.

Danny Holcroft Until Sun 7 Aug. Installation work. merging found objects with new materials and reworking existing interior surfaces in a piece called ‘Sl7Nl).’\Y'I‘\\'I£NTYF()l'RTHOFJ[TLYT WOT}l()l'SANl)ANl)FlVli'l‘OSlFNDA YSIiVENTl-K)FAlIilISTl‘WOTHOL'S ANDANDFlVli'. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.

Outside the Cities


152 Nethergate. 01382 909900. Tue.

Wed. Fri & Sat 10.30am—5.30pm; Thu l030am~ 8.30pm; Sun noon-5.30pm.

it": Grand Tour - Matts Leiderstam Until Sun 25 Sep. Swedish artist presents his own paintings. photographs and , objects. plus imags frotn the history of i

art. He explores the phenomenon of the

(irand Tour. popular in the 1701. 18th and l9th centuries. which involved persons of a certain class travelling through France and Italy to study culture. See Hitlist.

Matts Leiderstam, after Gustave Courbet (1819-1877). Part of Swedish artist Leiderstam’s tour of artists past and cruising grounds future, which has been growing over the last five years.

I Grand Tour Matts Leiderstam, DCA, Dundee, untl/ Sun 25 Sep.