Exhibitions are listed by city, then alphabetically by venue. Submit listings at least 16 days before publication to Listings compiled by Laura Ennor and Alex Johnston. ✽✽ Indicates Hitlist entry


+44 141 AT SWG3 Studio Warehouse, 100 Eastvale Place, 357 7246. Wed–Sat noon–6pm. FREE Andro Semeiko & Calum Stirling: Against Anti- Intellectualism Until Fri 28 Oct. Work parodying intellectualism and interrogating the production of knowledge. THE ARCHES 253 Argyle Street, 565 1000. Mon–Sat 11am–11pm; Sun noon–11pm. FREE Rowena Comrie: Terraplanes Until Mon 7 Nov. An exhibition which uses large model gliders to comment on the contemporary experience of terror.

ARCHITECTURE + DESIGN SCOTLAND Level 2, The Lighthouse, 11 Mitchell Lane, 225 8350. Mon–Sat 10.30am–5pm. FREE City Vision 1910–2010: Urban Planning in Berlin, London, Chicago and Paris Until Sat 26 Nov. Exhibition marking the centenary of the General Town Planning Exhibition held in Berlin in 1910. FREE Material Considerations: Stone Until Sat 22 Oct. Past, present and future uses of stone in Scotland.

THE BRIGGAIT 141 Bridgegate, 553 5890. FREE Janie Nicoll: Fools Gold Fri 4–Fri 25 Nov, Mon–Fri 10.30am–5.30pm. Work displaying an aggressive style and a fascination with sub-cultural movements such as Northern Soul, ska and punk, and associated themes of masculinity, fraternity and rebellion. CAFÉ COSSACHOK 10 King Street/Trongate 103, 553 0733. Tue–Sat noon–10pm; Sun 1–10pm. FREE Enchanted Dreams Until Sun 30 Oct. Art related to sleep, by Ukrainian, Russian, Armenian and Scottish artists.

CASTLE GALLERIES Level One, Princes Square, 48 Buchanan Street, 221 6867. Mon–Sat 9.30am–6pm (Thu until 8pm); Sun noon–5pm. FREE Alex Echo Until Fri 23 Dec. Paintings of the sea. FREE Keith Proctor: Making Memories Until Sat 26 Nov. Oil paintings.

CCA 350 Sauchiehall Street, 352 4900. Tue–Sat 11am–6pm. FREE Anna Barham & Bea McMahon: Warp and Woof Until Sat 19 Nov. New work by two artists fascinated by systems for the representation of thought and reality. See review, page 120. FREE Protest Until Sun 23 Oct, noon–midnight. Work by City of Glasgow College photojournalism students, on show in the CCA Bar. Part of Document 9. COLLINS GALLERY 22 Richmond Street, 548 2558. Tue–Fri 10am–5pm; Sat noon–4pm. FREE Mellis-Stokes: Colour & Form Until Sat 12 Nov. Constructions by four members of the Mellis-Stokes family.

is Now Fri 28 Oct–Sun 20 Nov. Colourful work in neon and plastic from Danish artist, exploring eclecticism as methodology. THE DUCHY GALLERY 23 Duke Street, 237 8754. Fri–Sat noon–6pm. FREE Neil Clements, Sam Derounian and George Ziffo: Master Slice Until Sat 22 Oct. An exhibition exploring the ‘linguistics’ between three different painting practices.

EASTWOOD PARK THEATRE Eastwood Park, Rouken Glen Road, Giffnock, 577 4970. Mon–Sat 10am–5.30pm; Sun 11am–4pm. FREE Exposure 11 Open Exhibition Until Sun 23 Oct. Broad open exhibition with an accompanying programme of talks. FREE Society of Scottish Artists: Professional Members Exhibition Thu 3 Nov–Thu 1 Dec. Work by members of the society, which aims to support artists in pursuit of the controversial and the unexpected. THE GALLERY @ MUSSEL INN 157 Hope Street, 572 1405. Mon–Fri noon–2.30pm & 5–10pm; Sat noon–10pm; Sun 12.30–10pm. FREE Laura Coventry Until Wed 30 Nov. Debut exhibition of photographs by ex-Daily Record journalist.


GALLERY OF MODERN ART Royal Exchange Square, 287 3050. Mon–Wed & Sat 10am–5pm; Thu 10am–8pm; Fri & Sun 11am–5pm. FREE Alasdair Gray: City Recorder Until Jun 2012. Work from Gray’s stint as ‘artist recorder’ for the City of Glasgow in 1977. FREE Videonale.13 Until Sun 27 Nov. A selection of video art from the 13th biennial festival of contemporary video art in Bonn. FREE You, Me, Something Else Until Mar 2012. Work from Glasgow sculptors, featuring pieces by Karla Black, Nick Evans, Alex Frost, Joanne Tatham and Tom O’Sullivan among others. FREE Atelier Public Thu 10 Nov–Sun 15 Jan 2012. The public are invited to go to GoMA’s Gallery 3 and play around with the materials there to create something that you’d like to leave on display in the gallery; a number of artists have done the same. GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO Trongate 103, 552 0704. Tue–Sat 10am–5.30pm; Sun noon–5pm. FREE Alan Cameron Until Wed 2 Nov. Screenprints using repetitive mark-making to investigate notions of labour. FREE Modern and Contemporary Masters Until Sun 23 Oct. Selected works by Josef and Anni Albers, Ian Davenport, Julian Opie, Jim Dine and Michael Craig Martin.

THE COMMON GUILD 21 Woodlands Terrace, 428 3022. Wed & Sat noon–5pm; Thu & Fri noon–7pm. ✽✽ FREE Thea Djordjadze: Lost Promise in a Room Until Sun

27 Nov. Fragile handmade objects made out of commonplace materials, plus drawing, painting, photography, video work and occasional music.

COMPASS GALLERY 178 West Regent Street, 221 6370. Mon–Fri 9.30am–5.30pm (Thu until 7pm); Sat 10am–5.30pm; Sun 10am–4pm. FREE The Force and Form of Memory Fri 28 Oct–Sat 19 Nov. An exhibition of work by 65 artists on the theme of memory, jointly organised by Compass Gallery and Alzheimer’s Scotland.

CYRIL GERBER FINE ART 178 West Regent Street, 221 3095. Mon–Fri 9.30am–5.30pm (Thu until 7pm); Sat 10am–5.30pm; Sun 10am–4pm.

✽✽ FREE The Autumn Collection Until Sat 22 Oct. Works by Joan Eardley, SJ Peploe, Stephen Conroy, Vanessa Bell and others.

DAVID DALE GALLERY AND STUDIOS 71–73 Brook Street Bridgeton, 258 9124. Fri–Sun noon–5pm. FREE Sören Hüttel: The Eclectic Charlie Anderson

Since graduating in 2009, Charlie Anderson has pissed off art collectors, curators, graffiti writers, three world-renowned artists, been threatened by a leading London gallerist, and has been punched in the face by an Edinburgh artist. He has also won the British Airways travel prize (2009), been short listed for the Jerwood Contemporary Painters (2010), been awarded the Meyer Oppenheim prize by the Royal Scottish Academy (2010) and was recently invited to collaborate with world boxing champions Ricky Hatton and Amir Khan in association with the Knot Violence Foundation and 2012 Olympics. His edgy work explores contemporary culture through the sampling of the imagery taken from advertising, political campaigns and the music industry. His work reflects the weathered and layered effect of outdoor billboards, which he re- creates through the sole use of paint. Anderson’s paintings are included in several international collections.

20 Oct–17 Nov 2011 THE LIST 121