from David Shrigley, Roderick Buchanan and Beagles & Ramsay. FREE Unsettled Objects Until Tue 1 Mar. An exhibition of photography, video and installation from GoMA’s collection, highlighting major new purchases made on the Art Fund International scheme. Includes a seminal slide installation by Lothar Baumgarten, from which the exhibition takes its name. ■ GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO Trongate 103, 552 0704. Tue–Sat 10am–5.30pm; Sun noon–5pm. FREE Academicians Until Sun 30 Jan. The works of four artists – Eileen Cooper, David Mach, Neil MacPherson and Michael Visocchi – are brought together in this exhibition. Eileen Cooper is a painter and printmaker who employs a playful approach to the universal questions she attempts to address through her art. David Mach and Michael Visocchi employ sculpture to examine the material world around us, and Neil MacPherson is a surrealist figurative painter who combines rich colour work with spare imagery to create his compositions.
■ GLASGOW SCULPTURE STUDIOS 145 Kelvinhaugh Street, 204 1740. Thu–Sun noon–5pm.
✽✽ FREE Christine Borland Until Fri 25 Mar. Solo exhibition of new
work entitled Cast From Nature, following on from Borland’s period of residency at Glasgow Sculpture Studios. The work examines the performative aspects of the doctor/patient relationship, inspired by an original sculpture by John Goodsir taken from a cast of a medically- anatomised corpse.
■ HUNTERIAN MUSEUM & ART GALLERY University of Glasgow, 82 Hillhead Street, 330 5431. Mon–Sat 9.30am–5.30pm. FREE Blue and Silver: Whistler and the Thames ●●●●● Until Sat 8 Jan. This exhibition draws on the extensive Whistler collection to show the artist’s preoccupation with the Thames and its bridges, through oils, drawings and prints. FREE Past, Present and Future: Caring for William Hunter’s Prints Until Sat 12 Feb. An exhibition of prints and paintings from William Hunter’s collection, including works by Michaelangelo and Rembrandt, along with information about the compilation and preservation of this extraordinary collection. ■ KELVINGROVE ART GALLERY & MUSEUM Argyle Street, 276 9599. Mon–Thu & Sat 10am–5pm; Fri & Sun 11am–5pm. FREE Scottish Glass at Kelvingrove Until Sun 1 Jul. This year marks the 400th anniversary of glassmaking in Scotland, and to celebrate Kelvingrove presents an unique long-term exhibition of glass art and artefacts from the 18th century to the present day. FREE The River Runs Through It Until Sun 30 Jan. Works created by a selection of artists in response to the construction of Glasgow’s new Riverside Museum and the industrial heritage of Clydeside. The artworks are all available for purchase and feature pieces by 2010 Aspect Prize winner Patricia Kain along with Peter Howson and Adrian Wiszniewski.
■ CYRIL GERBER FINE ART 148 West Regent Street, 221 3095. Mon–Sat 9.30am–5.30pm. FREE Cyril Gerber Christmas Exhibition Until Sat 15 Jan. A selection of works by a range of gallery artists. ■ THE DUCHY GALLERY 23 Duke Street, 237 8754. Fri & Sat noon–6pm. FREE Michael White: So Miami!!! Until Sat 22 Jan. Witty sculptures from the Glaswegian artist.
■ THE GALLERY @ MUSSEL INN 157 Hope Street, 572 1405. Mon–Fri noon–2.30pm & 5.30–10pm; Sat noon–10pm; Sun 12.30–10pm. FREE Doreen Boogert Until Wed 2 Feb. Acrylics, monoprints and etchings with a range of subject matter from seascapes to still lifes. ■ GALLERY OF MODERN ART Royal Exchange Square, 287 3050. Mon–Wed & Sat 10am–5pm; Thu 10am–8pm; Fri & Sun 11am–5pm. FREE First Day of my Changing Life: Our Vision of Tomorrow Until Sun 16 Jan. An exhibition of the results of a partnership project between Glasgow Museums and Glasgow Libraries to engage young people across Glasgow in the recent Fiona Tan exhibition and to produce their own artistic responses. FREE Hertie Querty Until Sun 1 May. Deriving its moniker from an old Scots expression meaning ‘merry persons in search of amusement’, this exhibition comprises joyful and mischievous pieces of art selected from the Glasgow museums’ collections to delight the child in us all, and features new acquisitions
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VisualArt Exhibitions are listed by city, then alphabetically by venue. Submit listings at least 14 days before publication to email@example.com. Listings compiled by Laura Ennor. ✽✽ Indicates Hitlist entry
■ ARCHITECTURE + DESIGN SCOTLAND Level 2, The Lighthouse, 11 Mitchell Lane, 225 8350. Mon–Sat 10.30am–5pm (Tue late opening at 11am). FREE Commonground: Glasgow’s Sporting History and the 2014 Commonwealth Games Until Sat 15 Jan. Exhibition showing how the upcoming Commonwealth Games are changing Glasgow’s urban environment, as well as looking at important sites in the city’s sporting heritage. FREE Our Urban Playground Until Sat 15 Jan. The results of several workshops held in cities across the UK in which teenagers worked with architects to examine the process of designing venues for sport and leisure. FREE Where We Play Until Sat 15 Jan. Mini exhibition comprising images of sites for play, both historical and contemporary. A+DS and RIAS Scottish Student Awards for Architecture Until Sat 15 Jan. The best work in various categories produced by students at Scotland’s six architecture schools. FREE My Perfect Place Until Sat 15 Jan. Entries to a national art competition for under 18s in which they were asked to tell planners and architects about their favourite place and why it is so special to them. FREE Natural Factory Until Sat 15 Jan. The first in a series of exhibitions investigating sustainable construction products; this one looks at the past, present and future uses of Scottish timber.
■ CAFÉ COSSACHOK 10 King Street/Trongate 103, 553 0733. Tue–Sun 11am–11pm. FREE Gray Thu 13–Sun 30 Jan. Paintings on the theme of memory by Cody Smith.
■ CCA 350 Sauchiehall Street, 352 4900. Tue– Sat 11am–6pm. ✽✽ FREE Revealing the Invisible: Stansfield/Hooykaas ●●●●●
Until Sat 29 Jan. A major retrospective of the seminal first generation Scottish/Dutch video arts duo Elsa Stansfield and Madelon Hooykaas. See review, page 81.
■ COLLINS GALLERY 22 Richmond Street, 548 2558. Tue–Fri 10am–5pm; Sat noon–4pm. FREE John Makepeace: Enriching the Language of Furniture Sat 15 Jan–Sat 5 Mar. A touring show of work by some of Britain’s foremost designers.
■ THE COMMON GUILD 21 Woodlands Terrace, 223 0087. Wed–Fri noon–7pm; Sat noon–5pm.
✽✽ FREE Tacita Dean ●●●●● Until Sat 5 Feb. The artist’s first solo exhibition in over a decade explores displaced objects and processes of transformation, growth and demise through her 16mm film installations and other mixed media works. See review, page 81.
■ COMPASS GALLERY 178 West Regent Street, 221 6370. Mon–Sat 10am–5.30pm. FREE The Winter Exhibition Until Mon 31 Jan. A selection of work by contemporary British artists and recent graduates from the four Scottish Schools of Art, including paintings, drawings, prints, jewellery, ceramics, textiles, glass and sculpture. 82 THE LIST 6–20 Jan 2011
The first UK exhibition since 2002 of new and historical works by Marc Camille Chaimowicz, one of the pioneers of installation and performance art. The exhibition includes a new work commissioned by Inverleith House and part-funded by Creative Scotland, which takes the form of a tufted rug designed by the artist and produced at Dovecot Studios under the guidance of their master weaver Douglas Grierson. ■ Inverleith House, Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh, until Sun 6 Feb.