Yesterday BBC TV showed a preview of Glasgow's Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, which reopens to the public on 11 July after three years of refurbishment costing nearly £28 million. The interior is brilliant, although some of the new silly "modern art" displays have been given the raspberry, and quite rightly so. Art should be about quality, not following silly fashions. One of the Gallery's most famous works is Salvador Dali's breathtaking Christ of St John of the Cross. Wow!