Visual Art

Exhibitions are listed by city, then alphabetically by venue. Submit listings at least 14 days before publication to Listings compiled by Rosalie Doubal. ✽✽ Indicates Hitlist entry


+44 141 Studio Warehouse, 100 Eastvale Place, 357 7246. Mon–Sat noon–6pm, Thu noon–8pm FREE Low Growl Until Mon 3 May. Sculptures and sound installation from Icelandic-born Ringsted. Part of GI. 30 BELL STREET First Floor Right, Merchant City, Tue–Sun 11am–5pm. FREE Anne-Marie Copestake & Fred Pedersen–Bronze Until Sun 2 May. Exhibition in a former jewellers office. Part of GI.

328 DUKE STREET 328 Duke Street, Dennistoun, Daily noon–5pm. FREE Aporia Until Mon 3 May. Lens- based work by Christina McBride. Part of GI. THE ARCHES 253 Argyle Street, 565 1000. Mon–Sat 9am–8pm & Sun noon–6pm. FREE What Lies Beneath Until Tue 25 May. Works by photographer Duncan Izatt.

BIG MOUTH COFFEE BAR AND CAFÉ 167 Dumbarton Road, 337 7023. Daily 8am–7pm. FREE I Love Partick Until Wed 30 Jun. Photography exhibition by Wes Kingston.

BURRELL HOUSE 28 Great Western Terrace, Mon–Fri 9am–5pm. Washington Street, 221 2123. Mon–Fri 9am–5pm. FREE Mark Campbell and Craig Peacock Until Mon 3 May. An exhibition of work with the theme of ‘light’. Part of GI. CALEDONIAN, GEORGE V AND THE GLASGOW BRIDGES The River Clyde. Daily between noon–8pm, every 20mins. FREE Lowlands Until Mon 3 May. Susan Philipsz makes the Bridges sing. Part of GI.

CCA 350 Sauchiehall Street, 352 4900. Tue–Sun 11am–6pm; Thu 11am–8pm. FREE Content Until Mon 3 May. Text and image contributions. Part of GI. FREE The Long Loch How Do we Go on from Here? Until Thu 29 May. Discursive exhibition by Kate Davis and Faith Wilding. Part of GI. FREE Théâtre de Poche Until Sat 1 May, noon–5pm. Filmwork by Aurélien Froment. COLLINS GALLERY 22 Richmond Street, 548 2558. Mon–Fri 10am–5pm; Sat noon–5pm. FREE A Lexicon from Liminality: Searching for Sense between Mind and Matter: Pum Dunbar Sat 17 Apr–Sat 22 May. Paintings, collage and photograms.

THE COMMON GUILD 21 Woodlands Terrace, 428 3022. Thu–Sat noon–7pm. FREE Images or Shadows of Divine Things Until Mon 26 June. On- going series of photographs by Gerard Byrne. CYRIL GERBER FINE ART 148 West Regent Street, 221 3095. Mon–Sat 9.30am–5.30pm. FREE Tom Shanks, RSW, RGI, PAI

90 THE LIST 29 Apr–13 May 2010

Simon Reekie Simon Reekie is an artist and educator, born and currently based in Dundee. He graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone in 2004 and later won a prestigious Fulbright scholarship to study at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Having originally studied biotechnology, Simon channeled his knowledge and experiences into his early work uncanny, cartoonish portraits that display a forensic attention to detail. Simon’s fascination with the tactile nature of paint is most evident in his ‘Facescape’ and ‘Skinscape’ paintings. In these works, the surfaces of the paintings become flesh. Faces can also be found in Simon’s more abstract paintings: the cartoonish absurdity of the early portraits remains evident, but ultra-realism has been replaced by intuitive energy. Teeth, eyes, limbs and body parts (inner and outer) flow into and around each other chaotically jostling for space on the canvas. While Simon’s work was recently showcased in a solo exhibition at Dundee University, his newest work, a remarkable four-sided painting, was recently on display at Dundee’s Generator Projects’ annual members’ show.

Land of the Mountain and the Flood Thu 15 Apr–Tue 4 May. Scottish scenes. FREE Adrian Wiszniewski: This Foreign Land Thu 6–Thu 27 May. Figurative paintings. THE DUCHY GALLERY 23 Duke Street, Thu–Sat noon–5pm. FREE Can’t You See I’m Thinking? Sat 17 Apr–Sat 8 May. Collaborative installation by Lila de Magalhaes and Aimee Campbell. Part of GI.

EWAN MUNDY FINE ART 211 West George Street, 248 9755. Mon–Fri 10am–5.30pm. FREE James Paterson & The Glasgow School Until Fri 7 May. Twentieth century paintings.

THE GALLERY @ MUSSEL INN 157 Hope Street, 572 1405. Mon–Thu & Sun noon–2pm & 5.30–10pm; Fri & Sat noon–10pm. FREE Susan Castillo Photography Until Wed 5 May. Varied subjects. GALLERY OF MODERN ART Royal Exchange Square, 287 3050. Mon–Wed & Sat 10am–5pm; Thu 10am–8pm; Fri & Sun 11am–5pm. GoMA displays work by local and international artists and houses the city’s contemporary art collection.

FREE Donated: BBC Scotland Collection Until Sun 27 Jun. Donated collection of 125 artworks . FREE Unsettled Objects Until Mar 2011. Photography, video and installations. FREE multi-story Until Sun 27 Jun. Creative project about the Red Road flats. FREE Tomorrow: Fiona Tan Until Mon 27 Sep. Tan’s first solo exhibition in the UK. Part of GI.

GI HUB 54 Miller Street, Daily 10am–8pm. FREE Images and their Own Shadows Until Mon 3 May. Work by Croatian artist David Maljkovic. Part of GI. FREE A Thing is a Hole in a Thing it is Not Until Mon 3 May. See review page 88. Part of GI. GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO Trongate 103, 552 0704. Tue–Sat 10am–5.30pm; Sun noon–5pm. FREE Ciara Philips: Every Woman a Signal Tower Until Mon 9 May. Painting, knitting and screen printing. FREE Overlap Until Mon 3 May. New and existing work by Claire Barclay. Part of GI. FREE Alexandra Milsom: Within the Looking Glass Fri 7–Sun 30 May. Intimate scale prints.

GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART The Mackintosh Gallery, 167 Renfrew Street, 353 4500. Mon–Fri 10am–5pm; Sat 10am–2pm. FREE Inhale/Exhale Until Sat 8 May. New installation by London-based artist Alice Channer. Part of GI.

GLASGOW SCULPTURE STUDIOS 145 Kelvinhaugh Street, 204 1740. Thu, Fri & Sat noon–5pm.

✽✽ FREE Universal Miniature Golf Until Sat 31 Jul. New works

by revered American sculptor Jimmie Durham. Part of GI. FREE Vestiges Park Until Mon 3 May. Outdoor works by Glasgow-based sculptural artists. Part of GI. GLUE FACTORY 22 Farnell Street, Garscube Industrial Estate, Maryhill. Fri–Wed noon–5pm & Thu noon–8pm. FREE Kiss of Life Until Mon 3 May. FINN collective present works from over 20 artists. Part of GI.

HOUSE FOR AN ART LOVER Bellahouston Park, 10 Dumbreck Road, 353 4770. £3.50 (£2.50; Family ticket £7). Daily 10am–5pm. Speedwork Until Mon 3 May. Outdoor work by Jaqueline Donachie. Part of GI.