SO GLAD | Aman Sandhu

February 8 – March 20 | Preview Sat Feb 8, 6 – 9 pm Open Friday – Sunday, 12 – 6 pm Market Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition by Glasgow-based artist Aman Sandhu. SO GLAD is an installation of drawing, sculpture and text-based works that mediate feelings of scepticism about how bodies of colour are consumed in the name of…
Image of a small and relatively flatcylindrical drum / sacred cultural object with an inscription of an arrowed cross on it in red. Scanned in from the Berber museum catalogue.

I SHALL BEAR MY VISAGE | Noureddine Ezarraf

I SHALL BEAR MY VISAGE (Or why I radically un-friend the tourist(s)) Saturday 6th April 4 – 6pm at Market Gallery Working within a framework of radical hospitality, artist Noureddine Ezarraf presents a performative exhibition of obliterated objects and images. Over the course of an afternoon, the artist will contest and explore the dichotomies of…
Poster composed of a vortex of dark blue arrows (resembling a meteorological display) with pink and blue text giving details of the exhibition. Title says 'Exchange Show'.

Market x Komplot | Seyran Kirmizitoprak and Cléo Totti

Market Gallery invites you to an exhibition and performances programmed as part of a curatorial exchange with Brussels-based collective Komplot. In collaboration with Komplot curator Sonia Dermience, we will be presenting the work of two artists: Cléo Totti and Seyran Kirmizitoprak. Opening 42 days before the UK officially leaves the European Union, Komplot’s intervention at…
Hands of an old woman dressed warmly, prepping vivid green coriander with a red-handled knife next into a lavender plastic bowl. She is wearing golden and wooden jewellery.

I Keep Telling Them These Stories (your body as an instrument) | Jasleen Kaur

Market Gallery is delighted to present artist Jasleen Kaur’s first Glasgow-based solo exhibition. I Keep Telling Them These Stories (your body as an instrument) is an installation of sculptural and video works, made from footage and sound recordings gathered over the past year in India and Scotland. The work is informed by researching and uncovering…

Cross-feed | Aniara Omann and Gary Zhexi Zhang

Market Gallery presents Cross-feed for Glasgow International 2018. Cross-feed is a two-person exhibition with Aniara Omann and Gary Zhexi Zhang, exploring porous boundaries between disparate systems. The duo exhibition draws on para-scientific practices, strange ecologies and experiments with consciousness. Exploring psychic and metabolic exchanges between bodies, Cross-feed exhibits new work by Omann and Zhang considering…

Calcium Storeys | Jamie Kane

Calcium Storeys is an exhibition of new work developed by Jamie Kane during his Studio Projects Residency at Market Gallery this summer (2017). The exhibition centres around a video that through a consideration of materiality, forms an assemblage of people and things, culminating in an architectural proposal. The film takes Calcium Carbonate (CaCO3) as a…

Solution for Market Gallery | Jarsdell Solutions Ltd

Following an extended period of consultation, research and development, Jarsdell Solutions Ltd is pleased to launch the implementation phase of its latest solution. Solution for Market Gallery has been realised in the wake of Market Gallery’s displacement from two of its three spaces. Those two spaces are to be converted into a Post Office, in…

Voice sampling and living sculptures | Suzanne Déry and Susannah Stark

Voice sampling and living sculptures, a night of listening to the Minch. The evening will mark the closing of Suzanne Déry and Susannah Stark’s exhibition – the last over Market Gallery’s three spaces. Don’t miss this chance to see and listen to this duo’s exploration of the peat bog or swamp as a sonic space…

The Minch | Suzanne Déry and Susannah Stark

Exhibition runs 12 – 23 April 2017, Tuesday-Sunday 12-6pm. An exhibition of new work by Suzanne Déry and Susannah Stark, The Minch is a multimedia installation of disembodied voices, handmade instruments, and moveable plastic prints. Across Market’s three exhibition spaces, the installation explores the potential of the human imagination to appropriate and animate a concept,…

1957 Chevy Apparition | Ross Little, Florrie James, Lester Alvarez Meno

Opening 17th February 6-9pm Exhibition runs from 18th February – 12th March 2017 1957 Chevy Apparition is an exhibition of films by Ross Little, Florrie James and Lester Alvarez Meno. Ross Little and Florrie James have collaborated on a series of three short films each presenting a variety of experiences, real and imagined, reflecting on…

Stephanie Elaine Black, Brandon Cramm, Sonia Hufton, Emil Lillo, Sulaïman Majali, Aaron McCarthy, Alex Sarkisian, Serra Tansel and Lewk Wilmshurst

Market Gallery is pleased to host an exhibition bringing together works by Stephanie Elaine Black, Brandon Cramm, Sonia Hufton, Emil Lillo, Sulaïman Majali, Aaron McCarthy, Alex Sarkisian, Serra Tansel and Lewk Wilmshurst. For this exhibition, the committee each selected two artists whose work they’ve been following with interest. Through our ongoing conversations we have been…

Text by Lauren Dyer Amazeen

Accompanying text by Lauren Dyer Amazeen for Office for Monument Construction: Albert Camus wrote, “The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion.” Camus believed in the Absurd, the friction between humanity’s pursuit of some sort of order and meaning…

Office for Monument Construction | Karolina Breguła

Market Gallery is pleased to present a new video work by Karolina Breguła, commissioned for Glasgow International 2016. Office for Monument Construction tells the story of people who come from a town which no longer exists. Having no better place to stay, they inhabit a deserted concrete complex situated in the middle of a vibrant…

Picture Window (Sonica) | Johanna Billing and Joanna Peace

Market Gallery are delighted to invite you to Picture Window’s programme of contemporary video art for Sonica 2015. Transforming the windows into screens the work of Johanna Billing and Joanna Peace is presented, which use and examine music and song in innovative and original ways. Projections from 5pm until 8pm daily, 29th October – 8th…

Murder in Three Acts | Asli Çavuşoğlu

Opening: 20 March 2015, 7pm – 9pmExhibition: 21 March – 19 April 2015 Market Gallery presents Asli Çavuşoğlu’s Murder in Three Acts, a scripted crime drama rehearsed, performed, and filmed during Frieze Art Fair 2012 in the framework of Frieze Projects. The first stage of the work, executed by a professional crew of actors and…

Simon Buckley | The Relevance of Irreverence

The Relevance of Irreverence Evil Empire – Simon Buckley – Artist Talk The Relevance of Irreverence Saturday 28 February 2015, 7pm As the sun sets on Evil Empire, Market Gallery is pleased to be hosting an artist talk with Simon Buckley. The talk ‘The Relevance of Irreverence’ will be broken down into four parts, where…

Time After Time | Douglas Morland, Darren Tesar and Scott Rogers

TIME AFTER TIME EXHIBITION 11th July – 1st August 2014 Opening event Friday 11th of July, 6-9pm Market Gallery presents Time After Time, a new exhibition and series of events, talks and screenings as part of GENERATION, a nationwide programme showcasing art in Scotland from the past 25 years.The project will consider the approach of…

Miscellany: Revised Moments and Cinematic Artefacts | Thomas Anderson at Titan Props

Titan Props, Kinning Park (From Kinning Park Subway walk over motorway foot-bridge and follow the signs) Saturday 22 March 2014 8pm – 10pm For one night only, come and experience Edinburgh based artist Thomas Anderson’s: ‘Miscellany: Revised Moments and Cinematic Artefacts’, a collection of installed video works, utilising a variety of inspiring objects from Titan…

New States | Beth Dynowski

26th October – 6th December 2013 Opening: 25th October 2013 6-9pm Market Gallery presents ‘New States,’ the first solo exhibition by Glasgow based artist Beth Dynowski. The exhibition extends through three gallery spaces, where the artist presents a lexicon of ceramic, wood and metal sculptures, found objects, images and texts. The exhibition stages a moment…

AT LAND | Steven Campbell, Aimi Ferrier, Helen Flockhart, Marianne Greated, Mabel Halliday, Katrin Jaberg, Lindsey Mclean, Carol Rhodes, Alastair Strachan and Mary Wintour

In landscape, one searches for memory. One searches for the traces that connect the familiar with the visible, molding and making palpable the interstice between our own locality and the distant place. We look for memory that is implied. We look for memory that is explicit. We find resemblance within a familiar view that enables…

The Origins of Another Artwork | Toby Huddlestone

The Origins of Another Artwork Toby Huddlestone 18th January – 8th February 2013 Toby Huddlestones solo exhibition at Market Gallery, Glasgow. A three-gallery solo show featuring brand new multi-screen video work Falling, ongoing work ‘So what can be said to have gone on?’ (part 2) with old and new lecture performances + special invited guests,…

Budgie Butlins | Catherine Roberts

Budgie Butlins Catherine Roberts 2nd – 23rd November 2012 This show was of the documentation of the experience of forty six lucky budgerigars as they enjoyed a unique and miniature Butlins’ style holiday. Donated by The Northern Ireland Budgerigar, Zebra Finch and Foreign Bird Society, Budgie Butlins’ offers the very best in rest and relaxation…

Wavelength | Helena Ohman McCardle and Borja Alcalde

29th September – 14th October 2012 Gallery 3 Helena Öhman McCardle is a Swedish visual artist based in Glasgow and Stockholm. She has a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm (1999 – 2004), with an exchange at the Environmental Art Department at Glasgow School of Art in 2002. She…

Studio Projects | Volume 1 + Skill/Trade + Warm Minds

Studio Projects Volume 1 | Skill/Trade | Warm Minds 1st – 23rd September 2012 Volume 1 James Merchant & Jack Park The objects in this exhibition are the result of a collaborative process over the period of one month.The work looks to establish a dialogue between makers, audience and material. Objects were appropriated, altered and…