4 selection of rarely seen works by the
artistic couple (who. with (‘R Mackintosh and Margaret .‘vlacdonald. formed the famous ‘(ilasgow Four' ). including watercolours. graphics. furniture. metalwork and textiles. LAST CHANCE TO SEE
I KELVINGROVE ART GALLERY & MUSEUM
Argyle Street. 276 ‘)5‘)‘). Mon Thu & Sat l()am 5pm: Fri & Sun I lam 5pm. Free. ONCE O. l‘ntil Sun 25 Feb. A close-up film portrait of the inhabitants of (ilasgow. set against a backdrop of the earth in orbit. In The [furl/t Illl'llt’ll to Bring ('3‘ (TUM’I'. Dal/iel + Scullion continue their Use of a minimal. 'hands off approach. btit the piece is 'thin'. nostalgic and relies on oppressive social structures. even though it was filmed recently. ('raig Armstrong's accompanying music. .llt’mmjv Til/ms my Hum]. celebrates sentimentality.
I THE LIGHTHOUSE
ll Mitchell Lane. 22l 6362. Mon &
Wed Sat l().3()am 5pm: Tue l lam-5pm: Sun noon 5pm. £3 (£1 £l.5()i. Mackintosh in Detail t'niil Thu 30 .\'ov. Photographs by Anthony ('oleman focusing on the detail used in Mackintosh's designs. I’url ()fI/ft’ .i’hlt‘kflllnxll l'i'slii'ul. LAST CHANCE TO SEE
Handmade oooo t'niil Tue 2] .\‘ov. ()ver ‘)() posters from the Museum of Design in Zurich. representing the work of Swiss and international artists Using their own hands in their work. The designers inhabit a world in between the analogue and the digital; they exploit their fascination with old techniques. and production values vary delightfully. lASl CHANCE TO SEE
Nursing Room 0+ t'ntif Sun 3 Dec. Slovenian designer .\'ika Zupanc presents a range of challenging and frank products. in a style described as ‘playful retro meets thankful avant garde‘.
Glasgow 1999 Design Medal 2006 l'ntil Sun IS Feb. Shortlisted entries for the award that celebrates young talent in contemporary design and engineering work.
Stephen Monger - Urban Documents Sat 25 .\‘ov Sun 7 Jan. The photographer and model maker explores the way buildings have evolved and changed over time. as seen from his studio base in Weston-Super-Mare. NEW SHOW."
I THE MACKINTOSH HOUSE llunterian Art Gallery. l'niversity of (ilttsgovy. S: llillhead Street. 550 545i. Mon Sat ‘).3()am 5pm. £3 (£2). Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh l'ntil Sat lb’ Nov. As well as being the partner of ('harles Rennie .\lackintosh. Margaret Macdonald was one of the most gifted female artists of her generation. This exhibition focuses on her contribution as a watercolour painter and graphic designer. LAST CHANCE TO SFF
I ST MUNGO MUSEUM OF RELIGIOUS LIFE AND ART
2 ('astle Street. 555 2557. Mon Thu & Sal l()am 5pm; Fri ts Sun I lam 5pm. Free. Vivid Voodoo l'ntil Sun l4 Jan. Photographs by '/.uma photojournalist l.es Stone. exploring the practice of voodoo on the ('aribbean island of Haiti.
25 Albert Drive. (>845 330 35()l. Tue Fri 10am 5pm; Sat & Sun noon 5pm.
Mark Raidpere l'ntil Sun 1‘) .\'ov. Free. 'l‘ramway presents the first solo exhibition of Mark Raidpere's work in the FR. fASl CHANCE TO SFl-I
Sounds from Above the Ground Thu 30 .\'ov Sat 2 Dec. l()am Spin. Free. Don a pair of headphones and experience one of Duncan Speakman's ‘soundwalks‘ which mixing performance. text and live sound processing to create site-specific works exploring the relationship between sound and memory. l’url of Breathing Space 2006. NEW Si lOVv’
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I THE BRUNSWICK HOTEL
l()6 l()S Brunswick Street. 552 0001.
IIiac/llium l'ntil Sun 3 Dec.
Sam midnight. Free. (ilasgow-based
(ireek artist .\lenelas tises photography
to investigate the area jtist below the belt the hips. l’rll'! U/‘(i/(ly'gtlyt' 2006.
I THE MODERN INSTITUTE
73 Robertson Street. Suite 6. Floor l. 24S 37] l. .\lon Fri l()am 5pm: Sat noon 5pm.
Urs Fischer l'ntil Sat to Dec. Swiss artist [is Fischer has btiilt tip an oeuvre full of hidden meanings.
humour and serious connotations. Balloons are reﬂected on broomstieks and burning candles on slowly rotating branches in a three-dimensional installation.
I PENTAGON GALLERIES
36 Washington Street. 221 2l23.
Mon Fri ‘)am 5.30pm.
Three Mon 6 .\'ov Fri 5 Jan. Free. 'l'ripartite exhibition of paintings. abstracted from landscape and figurative ideas. from Michele David. liva (instavsson and David Sillars.
I O! GALLERY
87 S‘) Saltmarket. 552 7578. l lam 5pm. Free.
A Garden I Once Knew t'ntil Fri l Dec. (‘ombining life drawing. song lyrics and diagrams with questions of gender. Vivian l’edley's drawings ask who we are in the world. l’urr o/'(}lu.vguv.' 2006.
I SORCHA DALLAS
5 St Margaret's l’lace. (ll-ll 553 2662. Tue Sat 1 5pm.
Cezary Bodzianowski: Solo t'ntil Sat 25 .\'ov. Free. See p/review. page ‘)4.
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I MARKET GALLERY
334 Duke Street. 556 7276. Tue Sat noon 6pm.
Deuces ex Machina Sat 25 .\‘ov- Sat l6 Dec. Free. (mated by .\lomenta Art. the exhibition features .laisltsln‘i Abichandani. Karina Aguilera Skvirsky. Diane ('heklich. (‘hitra (ianesh and Abigail l.asko/. NEW SHOW
I MARY MARY
l'ilttt 2/l. 6 Dixon Street. U773” (iSl-ll5. Thu Sat noon 5pm.
Planting the Tele Sat 25 .\‘ov Sat 13 Jan. Free. (ii‘ottp exhibition curated by
An exhibition of paintings by Glasgow painters David Sillars, Michele David and Eva Gustavsson. The artists examine how the application and removal of paint creates layers of time and suggested landscapes that are trapped beneath the skins of their canvases.
I Pentagon. Glasgow. t/nt/l Fri 5 January.
painter llayley Tompkins. featuring new work. reprinted documents and film. Themes include the process of remembering. and the literal meaning of ‘tele‘ as faraway or distant. NEW SHOW
I TRANSMISSION GALLERY
45 King Street. 552 4Sl3. Tue-Sat
l lam- 5pm.
Giles Bailey - Sound Examples for “Average Performance’ Experiments t'ntil Sat 18 Nov. .\‘ew project developed from work undertaken during Brooklyn Fire l’roof's studio residency in Williamsburg. Brooklyn. (iiles Bailey studied at (ilasgow School of Art and is a founder of (‘ircus (‘ircus artists' collective. See preview. page ‘)4.
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I CITY ART CENTRE
2 Market Street. 52‘) 3‘)‘)3. .\lon Sat 10am 5pm; Sun noon 5pm.
The Royal Mile Revisited Thu 3() Nov» Sun 4 Mar. Free. In 2000. retired architect William llighet embarked on a project to paint one side of lidinburgh‘s‘ Royal Mile. from St Mary’s Street to the ('astle lisplanade. The final painting is approximately nine metres long. in six sections. NEW SHOW
Sojourners: Scottish Artists Abroad l'ntil Sun l8 Feb. Free. Historic and contemimrary works. ranging from a portrait of a Japanese Baby by (ieorge Henry. to a rapid sketch of an Italian hilltown market by Joan liardley.
Treasured l'ntil Sun 18 Feb. Free. A selection of the best-loved paintings and drawings from the (‘ity Art (‘entre's collection. Artists include llenry. Peploe. Fergusson. (‘adell. llunter. liardley and Bellany.
I COLLECTIVE GALLERY
22 2S (‘ockburn Street. 220 1260.
Tue Sat noon 5pm. Free.
Black Cube: Yael Bartana tintil Fri 22 Dec. New programme of film and video from emergent international artists. Yael Bartana directs her gaze at activities from everyday life in Israel: one of her themes is militarisation as part of Israel's national self-understanding. New Work Scotland Programme 2006 Part No t'ntil Sat 23 Dec. New work from emerging artists Sara Barker. one of the founders of Mary Mary in (ilasgow in 2004. and Jan l’ottinger-
(ilass. whose video piece Driven has been selected for SSA on Screen this
I DEAN GALLERY
7.3 Belford Road. 624 6200. Daily l()am—Spm.
Consider the Lilies llntil Sun f4 Jan. Free. A celebration of Dundee’s McManus (ialleries and the city's art holdings. selecting their finest works from the 2()th century collection. featuring John Bellany. the Scottish (‘olourists and lidward Baird.
Ian Fleming Until Sun 1 f Feb. Free. Display marking the centenary of one of Scotland‘s tnost inﬂuential and pioneering printtnakers and teachers. with original prints. archive proofs and a set of printing plates bequeathed to the gallery.
James McIntosh Patrick Archive Until Sun l4 Jan. Free. An insight into the work and practice of this Dundee- born painter. famous for his depictions of the Angth landscape. The display features sketches. photographs. letters. etchings and oil paintings donated by the artist's family.
I EDINBURGH PRINTMAKERS
23 Union Street. 557 247‘). Tue-Sat l()am-—6pm. Free.
Multiple Surfaces Sat l8 .\‘ov—Sat 23 Dec. Prints exploring the medium of collagraph an impression taken frotn a collaged plate »— in collaboration with eight of the Printmakers' artist members. including specialist (iayle Robinson. .\‘l-LW Sll()W
Winter Mixed Exhibition Sat l8 Nov‘»-Sat 23 Dec. Showcase for Scotland's printmaking talent in the Printmakers' largest annual members' exhibition. MiW SHOW
I FRUITMARKET GALLERY
45 Market Street. 225 2383. Mon Sat
l lam--6pm: Sun noon 5pm.
Callum lnnes: From Memory t7ntil Sttn l‘) .\'ov. Free. See p/review. page ‘)3. LAST (‘llANt‘l-Z T() Slili
I MUSEUM OF EDINBURGH
lluntly llouse. I42 (‘anongate. 52‘) 4l43. Mon~Sat l()am—5pm. Free.
Edinburgh Volunteers: A Century of Change L'ntil Sat 3 Mar. Free. (‘elebrate the history. memories and experiences of volunteers who have spent their time making a difference in lidinburgh and the l.othian.s.
I NATIONAL GALLERY OF SCOTLAND
The Mound. 624 62()(). Mon--Wed &
Fri Sun l()am—5pm; Thu l()am 7pm. Artist’s Talk: Sean Scully llawthornden Lecture Theatre. Fri 17 Nov. 6- 7. l5pm. Free. To celebrate the opening of a room of his paintings at the (iallery of Modern Art. Scully will be in conversation with Paul Bonaventura. Senior Research Fellow at ()xford's Ruskin School of Art.
Douglas Gordon: Superhumanatural t'ntil Mon 15 Jan. £6 (£4; tinder-12s free). ()ne of Scotland's greatest contemporary artists presents his first large solo show in Scotland for 13 years. Glasgow-trained. Turner l’ri/e-wiiming and internationally recognised. he works with film. video. photographs objects and texts. examining issues such as memory and identity. good and evil. and life and death. The show is also at the Royal Botanic (iarden. lidinburgh.
Drama and Feeling: The Women in Picasso’s Guernica llawthornden Lecture Theatre. Thu to Nov. 6- 6.45pm. Free. lili/abeth (‘owling explores the great mural. considering why women are given prominence and whether (iuernica is exceptional in the artist's work in this respect.
Far Horizons: Artist Travellers 1750-1850 l'ntil Sun ft) Dec. Free. Prints and drawings by British artists travelling before the age of mass tourism. drawn from the National (iallery permanent collection.