Exhibitions are listed by city, then alphabetically by venue. Submit listings at least 16 days before publication by using our ‘Add an Event’ service at Listings compiled by Alex Johnston. All exhibitions free unless otherwise stated. Indicates Hitlist entry GLASGOW

THE ARCHES 253 Argyle Street, 565 1000. Opening times vary, see individual events for details. LAST CHANCE Kim Grant: Vibes I & II Until Sat 31 May. Mon–Sat 11am–midnight. Work by Edinburgh- based artist and illustrator, influenced by street art and urban culture.

THE ARCHES CAFÉ BAR & RESTAURANT 253 Argyle Street, 565 1035. Mon–Sat 11am–midnight. NEW Sarah Roberts: What Home Means Mon 2–Sat 28 Jun. Photographic portraits explore the concept of home, set alongside accompanying artefacts. CARLTON STUDIOS 54 Carlton Place, 429 5723. Opening times vary, see individual events for details. LAST CHANCE FemInArtScene Until Fri 23 May. Daily 6–8.30pm. Glasgow feminist art group FemInArtScene takes over the walls of the studios. Southside Fringe. NEW Women in the Fringe Thu 22 May, noon–midnight. Art from Grey Wolf Studios. *Southside Fringe.

CCA 350 Sauchiehall Street, 352 4900. Galleries Tue–Sat 11am–6pm; Sun noon–6pm. General opening hours Mon–Sat 10am–midnight; Sun noon– midnight. LAST CHANCE Khaled Hourani Until Sun 18 May. Work by Palestinian artist, curator and art critic.

NEW Rachel Maclean: Happy & Glorious Sat 31 May–Sun 13

Jul. New video work from the Glasgow- based artist, exploring themes linked to the Commonwealth Games. See preview, page 105. Generation. NEW Molly Palmer: The Fade Sat 7 Jun, 3–9pm & Sun 8 Jun, 5–9pm. A three-channel video work filmed during a residency in CCA’s Creative Lab during 2012, using local actors to construct a dreamlike narrative. NEW Selected 4: Contemporary Artists’ Films Thu 12 Jun, 7pm. £5 (£3). Coinciding with the 20th anniversary of Derek Jarman and featuring work chosen by Jarman Award 2013 shortlisted artists, Selected 4 is a collection of convention-defying works by some of the most exciting moving image artists working in the UK today.

CHURCH ON THE HILL 16 Algie Street, 636 9171. Opening times vary, see individual events for details. LAST CHANCE Art on the Hill Until Sat 31 May. Daily noon–10pm. Recent work from Glasgow artists. Southside Fringe.


Mon–Wed 10am–5pm; Thu 10am–8pm; Fri–Sun 11am–5pm.

✽Nathan Coley Until Sat 31 Jan. Never before seen in Glasgow, Nathan Coley’s 2005 The Lamp of Sacrifice 286 Places of Worship is a series of scale models in cardboard of every place of worship listed in the 2004 Edinburgh telephone directory, made by the artist himself and his assistant Tony Nolan over the course of three months. See preview, page 106. Part of Generation. LAST CHANCE Atelier Public #2 Until Tue 27 May. Work from Modern Edinburgh Film School, Emma Balkind, Brian Hartley and Anthony Schrag, exploring ideas of play, participation, democracy and the public space. NEW Moyna Flannigan Thu 29 May–Sun 2 Nov. Work by artist perhaps best known for her eerie 1998 canvas Just like Daddy. Generation.

GARTNAVEL ROYAL HOSPITAL 1055 Great Western Road, 211 3600. Opening times vary, see individual exhibitions for details. LAST CHANCE Art in the Gart Until Sat 31 May. Daily 2–3pm. Artwork with a relationship to mental health, curated by Project Ability.

THE GLASGOW ART CLUB 185 Bath Street, 248 5210. Mon & Tue 11am–6pm; Wed 11am–11pm; Thu–Sat 11am–midnight, but individual events may vary. LAST CHANCE The Horse in Mind Until Thu 5 Jun. Mon–Sat 11am– 5pm. Equestrian drawings by Diana Hand. Please ring the bell for entry. GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO Trongate 103, 552 0704. Gallery: Tue– Sat 10am–5.30pm; Sun noon–5pm. Workshop: Tue–Thu 10am–9pm; Fri & Sat 10am–5.30pm. LAST CHANCE Alex Frost: Reproduction Until Sun 18 May. New work addressing themes of multiplicity, uniqueness and reproduction. LAST CHANCE John Taylor Until Sun 1 Jun. Screenprint images of warehouses on the Clyde.

GLASGOW SCULPTURE STUDIOS The Whisky Bond, Dawson Street, 353 3708. Wed–Sat 11am–5pm.

LAST CHANCE Gareth Moore: Blocked Arch,

Deferred Ceremony, Dawn Chorus: Tra-diddle da. Like a fly in slow suspense Until Sat 7 Jun. New work created as part of a project residency by Canadian artist interested in blurring the boundaries between art and life. See preview, left. NEW Mood Is Made / Temperature Is Taken Wed 4 Jun–Sat 6 Sep. Exhibition curated by American writer and curator


Vancouver-based sculptor Gareth Moore seems to have spent his three-month residency at Glasgow Sculpture Studios making the most of the local discarded materials, and given the building’s location next to the Forth & Clyde Canal, he’s had plenty to work with. ‘Deferred Ceremony’ is an assemblage of detritus, from the frames of chairs to a couple of rusted old roadsigns, painstakingly placed around a knitted effigy like a ritual waiting to happen. It’s the care that makes it poignant, with a mobile of musical instruments fashioned from discarded plastic containers and garlands made from crisp packets, as if this was a post-apocalyptic future in which the last inhabitants of Glasgow eek out their lives amid the rubbish of the 21st century.

Evocative in a different way are the pots Moore has fashioned from local clay, bending it around found objects: a lager can, a paper cup from McDonalds. The hand-drawn faces suggest ritual vessels from a distant past, but intertwined with trash, they pose uncomfortable questions about what gives an object meaning or value.

The central work, ‘Dawn Chorus’, has a lighter touch: an assembly of animal hutches each with a funnel or horn, which suggests it might be about to speak. Apparently, Moore has been placing animals and birds in each of them to record sounds for a limited edition vinyl. However, if you visit on a non-animal day, you’re left with the feeling that you’ve missed the show, rather than appreciating the sculptural strength of the work in its own right. Ultimately, Moore’s attempts to wrong-foot the viewer by blocking up the entrance and unite the show by sticking patches of coloured veneer on the walls are a bit of a distraction. The major works here are strong, thoughtful and well-made, and don’t need the help. (Susan Mansfield)

Giffnock, 577 4956. Mon–Sat 10am– 5.30pm; Sun 11am–4pm. Gallery open Mon–Sat 10am–5pm, Sun 11am–4pm. LAST CHANCE Hugh Hood: Glasgow 1974 Until Fri 30 May. Gritty, unsentimental images of Glasgow in 1974. GALLERY OF MODERN ART Royal Exchange Square, 287 3050.

probability resolves into form Until Sat 7 Jun. New work from the Mexican-born artist.

COMPASS GALLERY 178 West Regent Street, 221 6370. Mon– Fri 9.30am–5.30pm; Sat 10am–5pm. LAST CHANCE Lesley Banks: Breathing Spaces Until Fri 6 Jun. New paintings, drawings and pastels. CYRIL GERBER FINE ART 178 West Regent Street, 221 3095. Mon– Fri 9.30am–5.30pm; Sat 10.30am– 5.30pm. LAST CHANCE 19th–21st Century British Drawings, Paintings and Sculpture Until Sat 31 May. Work from the gallery collection, including Scottish contemporaries and modern masters.

THE COACH HOUSE Greenbank Gardens, Clarkston Petals and Pollen Sat 31 May & Sun 1 Jun, noon–4pm. Hand-made textile work including pictures, cushions, cards and jewellery inspired by the National Trust’s Greenbank Gardens. THE COMMON GUILD 21 Woodlands Terrace, 428 3022. Tue, Wed, Fri & Sat noon–5pm; Thu noon–7pm. LAST CHANCE Gabriel Kuri: All

DAVID DALE GALLERY AND STUDIOS 161 Broad Street, Bridgeton, 258 9124. Thu–Sat noon–5pm. LAST CHANCE Claudia Comte: Sharp Sharp Until Sat 24 May. Debut UK show of Swiss artist who makes murals, woodcuts and sculptures with a wide range of references from minimalism to Disney. EASTWOOD PARK THEATRE Eastwood Park, Rouken Glen Road,

11 April 24 October 2014 The Lighthouse 11 Mitchell Lane Glasgow G1 3NU Opening times: Monday Saturday 10:30am 5:00pm Sunday 12:00pm 5:00pm Explore the lasting legacy of the XX Commonwealth Games in Glasgow 15 May–12 Jun 2014 THE LIST 107