Folder DC 030/1/17 - Articles, reviews and features

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DC 030/1/17


Articles, reviews and features


  • 1997 (Creation)

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Articles written for The Glasgow Herald unless otherwise stated.

Hand written and typed draft copies of around 150 articles of 500-1500 word length, by Clare Henry for The Glasgow Herald, January-December 1997, with Monday weekly articles and a weekend feature art guide feature, including regular book reviews and a new ‘Picture of the week’ feature. Articles also written for Galleries Magazine, International Magazine, Chelsea Arts Club magazine, AN Newsletter, Financial Times and Interiors Magazine covering visual art exhibitions in Glasgow, Edinburgh, and increasingly in other places in Scotland such as St Andrews, Aberdeen, Stirling, Dumfries and Aberfoyle. Exhibitions in London, Venice and Berlin also feature including Art Fair 97 London.

A number of the Scottish reviews are for exhibitions at former galleries: Compass Gallery, Gatehouse Gallery Glasgow, Fly, Duke Street Glasgow. The reviews also cover private galleries: Edinburgh Printmakers Workshop, Fruitmarket Edinburgh, Talbot Rice, Billcliffe Fine Art, Nancy Smillie Gallery, Fiction Gallery Glasgow, Art Exposure Glasgow and Streetlevel Glasgow, as well as publicly funded galleries: McLellan Galleries, Tramway, Kelvingrove (also known as Glasgow Art Gallery), Burrell Collection Glasgow, National Gallery of Modern Art Edinburgh, Royal Scottish Academy and artist led galleries Collective Edinburgh and Transmission.

During this period Henry gives more context and opinion on Sir William Burrell's will, Glasgow City Council, Norway Art & Architecture, Kelvingrove redevelopment, Julian Spalding, Arran Ross, Fergusson Award Winner Perth, Christine Borland nominated for Tate Turner Prize, Baltic Flour Mill Gateshead and Princes Diana's death. The exhibitions covered are solo shows, David Nash, Margot Sandeman, Calum Colvin, Roman Singer, Sophie Macpherson, Bill Viola, Jacqueline Donachie, John Houston, Sunil Gawde, Barbara Rae and Simon Starling. Group shows include Animal The Lost Ark, CCA, Rolling Devolution, Crawford Centre St Andrews, the Vigorous Imagination Ten Years On, New Contemporaries, CCA Glasgow and Sensation, Royal Academy London, Saatchi Collection. Edinburgh Festival is covered in detail as well as Mayfest and The Glasgow School of Art Degree Show.

Profiles on Julie Roberts, Alan Davie, Bruce McLean, Johnny Dumfries, Joan Sommerville and Tim Mara Obituary. Also included are catalogue essays for Philip Hughes, Francis Kyle Gallery, Marj Bond, Thackary Gallery London, Contemporary Scottish Art, Albermarle Gallery London, Graham Hillier, Francis Kyle London, George Devlin, Billcliffe Fine Art Glasgow and other paper work includes correspondence to Harry Reid, Keith Bruce, Donald Dewar and The Glasgow School of Art, press releases and invoices for work.

  • 4 Jan (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Under the Influence, Open Eye Gallery Edinburgh, Archibald Knox, Hunterian Gallery Glasgow
  • 6 Jan George Devlin, Scottish Gallery Edinburgh
  • 11 Jan (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Woven Image, Aberdeen Art Gallery, Calanais, Maclaurin Art Gallery Ayr, Sunil Gupta, Portfolio Gallery Edinburgh, Looking at Wonderland, Scotland Street School Glasgow.
  • 12 Jan (for Galleries Magazine) Sir William Burrell's will, Glasgow City Council
  • 12 Jan (for International Homes Magazines) Drew Plunkett flat
  • 16 Jan Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Water Colour Annual and Clare Henry's selection, Edinburgh
  • 18 Jan (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Art Now, Gracefield Arts Centre Dumfries, Julie Roberts, Talbot Rice Edinburgh, Shroud, Collins Gallery Glasgow
  • 18 Jan Book review, Wood by Andy Goldsworthy
  • Jan (for Chelsea Arts Club magazine) The First Time, Robert Alexander
  • 22 Jan Boor review, Sporting Relations by Roger McGough
  • 23 Jan George Braque, Royal Academy London
  • 25 Jan (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Ower Yer Heids, Gray’s School of Art Aberdeen, Hockney, East Kilbride Art Centre, Running Time, Collective Gallery Edinburgh, In Close, Java Comics Glasgow
  • Jan (for AN Newsletter) Animal The Lost Ark, CCA Glasgow, Francis McKee
  • 30 Jan Animal The Lost Ark, CCA Glasgow, Francis McKee, Charles Esche
  • 1 Feb (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Beauty and The Banknote, Aberdeen, Stephen Mangan, Open Eye Gallery Edinburgh
  • 13 Feb Burrell Collection Row Glasgow City Council
  • 15 Feb Art Fair 97, Islington London, Transmission, Glasgow
  • 15 Jan (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Needle’s Excellence, James Dun House Aberdeen, Alan Davie, Gallery of Modern Art Edinburgh, Lovers Lane, Nancy Smillie Gallery Glasgow
  • 16 Feb (for catalogue) Robert Saunders
  • 16 Feb Book review, Inventing the Modern Artist, by Sarah Burns
  • 19 Feb Julie Roberts profile
  • 20 Feb Alan Davie profile
  • 20 Feb Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Metropolitan Museum New York
  • 24 Feb (for catalogue) Philip Hughes, Francis Kyle Gallery
  • 22 Feb (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Music 199, City Art Centre Edinburgh, Glasgow Boys and Girls, Mundy Fine Art Glasgow, Joy Joy, Transmission Gallery Glasgow
  • 27 Feb Norway Art & Architecture
  • 2 Mar Book review, Impressionist Women by Edward Lucie Smith
  • 3 Mar Kelvingrove redevelopment, Julian Spalding
  • 8 Mar Book review, Mackintosh Style by Elizabeth Wilhide
  • 8 Mar (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Silver, Aberdeen Art Gallery, David Nash, Fruitmarket Edinburgh, Scape, Art Exposure Glasgow
  • 11 Mar Arran Ross, Fergusson Award Winner Perth
  • 13 Mar Scots in London, William Gear, Helen Flockhart, Steven Campbell, Alison Harper
  • 20 Mar Monet, National Gallery London
  • 22 Mar (for Financial Times) Glasgow A City of Culture with Problems
  • 23 Mar (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Helen Denerly, Rubislaw House Aberdeen, Glen Schouller, Open Eye Gallery Edinburgh, Propositions, The Glasgow School of Art
  • 24 Mar Proposition, The Glasgow School of Art, Hannah Collins, CCA Glasgow, Irwin, Tramway Glasgow
  • 2 Apr (for Art Newspaper) Glasgow Museums row and funding
  • 3 Apr Van Gogh, Magritte, Palazzo Grassi Venice
  • 4 Apr (for catalogue) Marj Bond, Thackary Gallery London
  • 5 Apr (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Birds Beast and Fruits, Green Gallery Aberfoyle, Claes Oldenburg, Maclaurin Gallery Ayr, Equation, Demarco Foundation Edinburgh
  • 7 Apr Book review, Gauguin's Skirt by Stephen F Eisenman
  • 10 Apr George Grosz, Royal Academy London, Irwin, Tramway Glasgow, Bill McArthur, King Stree Glasgow
  • 12 Apr Book review, Gaudier-Brzeska by Evelyn Silber and David Finn
  • 12 Apr (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Primavera, Courtyard Gallery Crail, About Vision, Fruitmarket Gallery Edinburgh, Steven Campbell, Hardie Gallery Glasgow
  • 17 Apr Lord Provost’s Prize Glasgow, winner Lesley Banks
  • 21 Apr Book review, Francis Bacon by Chrisophe Domino
  • Apr (Picture of the Week) Lady Taking Tea, Hunterian Gallery Glasgow
  • 24 Apr RSA annual, Edinburgh
  • 26 Apr (Herald Weekender Art Guide) RSA annual, Edinburgh, Kirsty Wither, Gatehouse Gallery Glasgow, Nicolas Floch, Transmission Gallery Glasgow
  • 1 May Rolling Devolution, Crawford Centre St Andrews
  • 3 May (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Palette of colours, Strathearn Gallery Crieff, Mayfest, Gallowgate Studios, Margot Sandeman, The Loft Glasgow, Calum Colvin, St John’s Hospital Livingston
  • 8 May A Patch of their Own, Compass Gallery Glasgow
  • 8 May (for catalogue) Contemporary Scottish Art, Albermarle Gallery London
  • 10 May (Picture of the Week) Portrait of Durany, Degas, The Burrell Collection Glasgow
  • 10 May (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Pam Carter, Galelry Heinzel Aberdeen, Mhairi McGregor, Green Gallery Aberfoyle, Roman Singer, CCA Glasgow
  • 12 May (for catalogue) Sunil Gawde, The Glasgow School of Art, ARKS Gallery London
  • 15 May Mayfest, Ursula Keller, Rosemary Beaton, Fiona Robertson, Jess Quinn, Jerome Gallery Glasgow, Venue Flower Basket, The Loft, Glasgow, Wasps Glasgow
  • 17 May (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Tom McKendrick, McMaster Gallery Dundee, Dorothy Stirling, Open Eye Gallery Edinburgh
  • 17 May Bruce McLean profile
  • 17 May (picture of the week) Tay Bridge by James McIntosh Patrick, Dundee
  • 17 May Book review, Hornel The Life and Work, by Bill Smith
  • 22 May Birth of Impressionism, McLellan Galleries Glasgow
  • 24 May (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Margaret MacDonald, Aledessan Gallery Campsie Glen, Sophie MacPherson, Glasgow Independent Studios
  • 24 May (picture of the week) Holy Family by Raphael, Scottish National Gallery Edinburgh
  • 25 May Summer Shows preview, Indian Art, The Glasgow School of Art, The Burrell Glasgow, CCA Glasgow, Tramway Glasgow, Claire Barclay, Tim Mara, Glasgow Print Studios
  • 29 May David Hockney, Annely Juda London, Bowie London, Dawson Murray, Nancy Smillie Glasgow, Sandy Gardner, Scottish Galleries Edinburgh, From Bohemia to Brit Pop, Matt Collings
  • 30 May (for Interiors Home Magazine) Perthshire Minimalist cottage, Gerry Cruickshank
  • 31 May (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Richard Demarco, ZYW Gallery Edinburgh, Manga Girls, Fringe Gallery Glasgow
  • 31 May (Picture of the Week) Pope I Study after Velazquez by Francis Bacon after Velazquez, Aberdeen Art Gallery
  • 31 May (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Ayrshire and Beyond, Maclaurin Gallery Ayr, Sylvia Allen, Torrance Gallery Edinburgh
  • 3 Jun Book Review, Picasso Early Years 1892-1906 by Marilyn McCully
  • 5 Jun Mark Sadler, Elin Jakobsdottir, Fiction Gallery Glasgow, Yield, Perth Art Gallery
  • 6 Jun (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Face of Denmark, National Portrait Gallery Edinburgh, Railings Art, Botanic Gardens Glasgow, Wiles and Crotty, Transmission Gallery Glasgow
  • 7 Jun (picture of the week) Blue and White Teapot by Peploe, Kirkcaldy Art Gallery
  • 10 Jun Mark Gilbert, winner of Salvesen award
  • 12 Jun Bill Viola, Fruitmarket Gallery Edinburgh
  • 14 Jun Book review, Contemporary Botanical Artists by Shirley Sherwood
  • 14 Jun (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Edinburgh College of Art Degree Show, Trio, Gatehouse Gallery Glasgow
  • 14 Jun (picture of the week) Mrs Graham by Gainsborough, Scottish National Gallery Edinburgh
  • 18 Jun Christine Borland nominated for Tate Turner Prize
  • 19 Jun Venice Biennale, Rachael Whiteread
  • 19 Jun The Glasgow School of Art Degree show
  • 21 Jun (Picture of the Week) Blue Pool by Augus John, Aberdeen Art Gallery
  • 25 Jun Tim Mara, Glasgow Print Studios
  • 26 Jun Dave Mach, Public Sculpture, Darlington-Stockton railway
  • 28 Jun (for AN Newsletter) Baltic Flour Mill Gateshead announced
  • 28 Jun (Picture of the of Week) Danu by J D Fergusson, Fergusson Gallery Perth
  • 28 Jun (Herald Weekender Art Guide) After Image, Danish Gallery Edinburgh, David Palmer, Hughson Gallery Glasgow
  • 29 Jun Book review, Minimalism by David Batchelor
  • 30 Jun Flora and Fauna, Duchess of Hamilton
  • 5 Jul (Picture of the Week) Venus with Cupid by Cranach, The Burrell Glasgow
  • 5 Jul (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Plan A, Wasps Studios Edinburgh, Signigicant Shadows, Street Level Glasgow
  • 9 Jul Glasgow Lottery failure
  • 12 Jul (Herald Weekender Art Guide) What is a Suitcase, Seagate Gallery Dundee, Surrealism and After, Gallery of Modern Art Edinburgh, Fly, Duke Street Glasgow
  • 12 Jul (Picture of the Week) Breton Scene by Maurice Poirson, Stirling Smith Gallery
  • 16 Jul The Burrell Glasgow head of conservation quits in protest at mismanagement of Glasgow Museums, Robert Wilmot
  • 17 Jul Fuse, Duke Street Glasgow, Patricia Fleming, European Couples, Transmission Glasgow
  • 17 Jul (Picture of the Week) Train Landscape by Ravilious, Aberdeen Art Gallery
  • 18 Jul (for catalogue) Graham Hillier, Francis Kyle London
  • 19 Jul (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Fishing and Farming, Aberdeen Art Gallery, Peter Cooper, Red House Croftamie, John Goto, Portfolio Gallery Edinburgh
  • 21 Jul Book review, Realism by James Malpass
  • 24 Jul Johnny Dumfries, Mount Stuart Art Collection, Bute
  • 26 Jul (Picture of the Week) Deauville by Boudin, Paisley Art Gallery
  • 26 Jul (Herald Weekender Art Guide) From the Sea, Peacock Gallery Aberdeen, William Johnstone, House for an Art Lover Glasgow
  • 2 Aug (Picture of the Week) Ben More from Iona, Peploe, Kirkcaldy Art Gallery
  • 2 Aug (Picture of the Week) The Rev Robert Walker by Raeburn, Scottish National Gallery Edinburgh
  • 2 Aug Book review, Renoir Portraits by Colin Bailey
  • 2 Aug (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Raeburn, Scottish National Gallery Edinburgh, Richter, Fruitmarket Gallery Edinburgh, Dalziel and Scullion, Gallery of Modern Art Edinburgh
  • 7 Aug Edinburgh Festival, Jacqueline Donachie, Collective Gallery, Richter, Fruitmarket Gallery Edinburgh
  • 9 Aug Edinburgh Festival, Face of Denmark, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, John Houston, William Bailie Fine Art
  • 9 Aug (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Sara Cunninham-Bell, Maclaurin Gallery Ayr, Elizabeth Hobbs, Gracefield Arts Centre Dumfries, Precious Cargo, Edinburgh Royal Museum, Henry Kondracki, Bellevue Gallery Edinburgh, Barbara Rae, Glasgow Print Studios
  • 9 Aug Raeburn, Scottish National Gallery Edinburgh
  • 9 Aug (Picture of the Week) Scottish Ballad by Robert Motherwell, Aberdeen Art Gallery
  • 11 Aug John Houston, Scottish Gallery Edinburgh, Calum Colvin, Portfolio Gallery Edinburgh
  • 15 Aug Book Review, George Houston Natures Limner by Euan Robson
  • 16 Aug (Picture of the Week) Spring flowers by Mary Armour, Lillie Gallery Milngavie
  • 16 Aug (Weekender Art Guide) Take 5, Courtyard Gallery Crail, Picasso, Edinburgh Printmakers, Art at the Royal Bank, St Andrews Square Edinburgh, Red, Collective Galelry Edinburgh
  • Aug Danish Cultural Institute
  • 21 Aug Tim Mara Obituary
  • 21 Aug Richard Demarco, Peter Fluck, St Mary's School Edinburgh
  • 22 Aug William Baillie, Anne Bevan, Kingfisher Gallery Edinburgh
  • 23 Aug (Picture of the Week) Rev Walker Skating, Scottish National Gallery
  • 23 Aug CD Rom review, Charles Rennie Mackintosh by Wigwam Digital
  • 23 Aug Artisan, Edinburgh Conference Centre
  • 23 Aug Poole harbour Bridge, Fine Art Commission Edinburgh
  • 23 Aug (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Summer Medley, Green Gallery Aberfoyle, Michael Lloyd, Scottish Gallery Edinburgh, Colourists, Randolph Crescent Edinburgh
  • 28 Aug Sargent Lady Agnew, Scottish National Gallery
  • 28 Aug Scottish Galleries row, Tim Clifford, Julian Spalding
  • 30 Aug Theories of the Decorative, Inverleith House Edinburgh
  • 30 Aug (Picture of the Week) Virgin of the Annunciation, The Burrell Glasgow
  • 30 Aug (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Sushiela Jamieson, Dawyck Botanic Garden Peebles, Pissarro in Venezuela, Edinburgh City Art Centre, Alan King, Art Exposure Glasgow, Street Glasgow
  • 30 Aug Sunil Gawde, The Glasgow School of Art
  • 1 Sep (for catalogue) George Devlin, Billcliffe Fine Art Glasgow
  • 1 Sep (Picture of the Week) Last of the Clan by Thomas Faed, Kelvingrove Art Gallery Glasgow
  • 4 Sep Barbara Rae, Glasgow Print Studios
  • 6 Sep (Herald Weekender Art Guide) George Wyllie, Gracefield Arts Centre Dumfries, Beatrice Whistler, Hunterian Gallery Glasgow
  • 6 Sep (Picture of the Week) Sheba by Eric Robertson, Stirling Smith Gallery
  • 8 Sep Princess Diana's death
  • 13 Sep (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Janice Gray, Green Gallery Aberfoyle, Michael Winkle, Collective Gallery Edinburgh
  • 15 Sep (for Sculpture Magazine) Sandy Stoddart
  • 16 Sep Sensation, Royal Academy London, Saatchi Collection
  • 18 Sep German art in Berlin and Venice, Gropius Bau, Palazzo Grassi
  • 18 Sep Book review, A Feast for the Eyes by National Gallery
  • 20 Sep (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Robery McAulay, Gallery Heinzel Aberdeen, Simon Starling, Transmission Gallery Glasgow, Shona Young, Jerome Gallery Glasgow
  • 20 Sep (Picture of the Week) Boy on a Stool by Joan Eardley, Paisley Museum
  • 25 Sep Janka Malkowska, Glasgow Print Studios, Barbican London
  • 27 Sep (Picture of the Week) The Signal by John Phillip, Stirling Smith Gallery
  • 27 Sep (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Raeburn, Royal Scottish Academy Edinburgh, Eve Arnold Scottish national Portrait Gallery, The Vigorous Imagination Ten Years On, The Scottish Gallery Edinburgh
  • 29 Sep (for Interiors Home Magazine) Joan Sommerville
  • 2 Oct Stuart Frost, Galloway Forrest Park, George Wyllie, Gracefield Dumfries
  • 4 Oct (Herald Weekender Art Guide) Still Life, Strathearn Gallery Crieff, Alison Watt, Fruitmarket Gallery Edinburgh, Colin Thoms, Edinburgh Printmakers, Teiji Furuhashi, Tramway Glasgow
  • 4 Oct (Picture of the Week) Old Street by Lowry, Kirkcaldy Museum and Art Gallery
  • 16 Oct Gary Anderson, Ewan Mundy Fine Art Glasgow, Glasgow Art Club, Clare Henry, John Halliday, Gifford Village Hall
  • 29 Oct Book review, British Watercolours from Oppe Collection by Anne Lyles and Robin Hamlyn
  • 30 Oct John Lavery, The Burrell Glasgow and court case
  • 30 Oct (for Interiors Magazine) 75 Kelvin Court, Alison McLellan
  • 6 Nov Tigers, The Burrell Glasgow, Peter Howson, Vicky Crowe, Hock Aun Teh, Nicola Hicks
  • 8 Nov (for Sculpture Magazine) Prestwick Airport by Carole Grey, The Horn, Dalziel and Scullion
  • 13 Nov Scottish Festival in Maastricht, Ronald Forbes, George Devlin
  • 16 Nov Book review, Whistler and Holland by Margaret Macdonald
  • 20 Nov Book review, Kandinsky by Tom Messer
  • 15 Nov Janka Malkowska Obituary
  • 4 Dec Tate Turner prize, won by Cornelia Parker, Christine Borland nominated
  • 13 Dec (Picture of the Week) Virgin and Child by Bellini, The Burrell Glasgow
  • 18 Dec New Contemporaries, CCA Glasgow
  • 27 Dec (Picture of the Week) Madonna and Child by Verrocchio, Scottish National Gallery

Articles written in this year which are not present in the archive:

  • Feb Exhibition hit list
  • 25 Feb Glasgow Museums, Burrell Collection and Julian Spalding
  • 1 Mar Exhibition hit list
  • 3 Mar (for AN Newsletter) The Last Ark, CCA Glasgow
  • 15 Mar Weekender hits
  • 19 Apr Weekender hits
  • 31 May (book review) Turner in the North
  • 21 Jun Exhibition hit list
  • 13 Jul Exhibition hit list
  • Jul Minimalism, David Batchelor, Tate London
  • 11 Oct Art Guide
  • 5 Dec Christine Borland, Tate London

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Clare Henry FRSA was art critic for The Herald from 1980-2000. For 20 years she covered the Scottish and UK art scene in depth, writing roughly 200 articles a year. With a particular emphasis on Scottish artists, her writing provides profiles, interviews and art news pieces along with critical reviews. Graduating in 1964 with BA Hons Fine Art from The University of Reading she became a Researcher at the Paul Mellon Foundation for British Art (1968-1970) before taking the position of art reviewer for West End Times (1976-1980). She was also art critic for The Herald (1980-2000) and arts presenter at Scottish TV (1984-1987). She wrote regular features for The Art Newspaper (1986-2003) and contributed to The Guardian, Marxism Today, 20/20 London, Ikebana Ryusei Japan and The Scotsman. She curated exhibitions in the 1980s and 1990s including 'New Scottish Prints' for Britain Salutes New York, in NYC; London's 'Serpentine Summer Show', 1985; 'Artists at Work', Edinburgh Festival, 1986; 'The Vigorous Imagination' at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art for the Edinburgh Festival, 1987; Critic's Choice London, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1992; Scots in Los Angeles, 1989; Scotland at the Venice Biennale, 1990, Critic's Choice for the RSA Edinburgh, 1994, New Millennium, Chicago and Washington DC, 1999. She is a founding member of the Council of Management and a former chairman of both The Glasgow Print Studio and Salvo (the Scottish arts lobbying organisation). She served on the Scottish Design Council in the 1980s and on the working party for contemporary art of the National Trust. She was also on the board of Stirling's Smith Art Gallery and Museum and a trustee of the Scottish Sculpture Trust, 1984-1990. She is also a former member of the British Council Visiting Arts panel, the National Union of Journalists, the Arts Correspondents Group London, Blackburn Printmaking Workshop NYC, and is a current member of the International Association of Art Critics, (AICA UK) and the American Association of Art Critics. In 2000 she moved to New York where she was art critic for the Financial Times and The New York Sun until 2008. She now writes for various magazines in the UK and the USA and keeps a regular blog.

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