Screening | Gestures by Rachael Kelly

Friday 24th February 6pm at 13 Ross street. G1 5AR, Glasgow. We are pleased to present a screening of Gestures (Glasgow, 2021), a collection of recorded moments by Rachael Kelly Ryder shared with Glasgow’s East-end Barras Market community. The film exhibits heritage stories, art, representation, and life; revisiting histories through an Irish-Scots lineage in the centenary year of…

Workshop | a point to untwine…

Sat 11th February 12-3pm with Zoë Charlery. This workshop will be a [slow and quiet] space to tend to the traces of memory inscribed in our name(s) and consider how we negotiate these presence/s in our daily lives. Through writing and sensory exercises, participants will plot and contemplate the entanglements of personal [imagined + felt]…

…of resource/full ideations –  Reader Residency Zoë Charlery

Last Autumn we invited Zoë Charlery to take on a residency at our Resource Library. The Reader Residency is a pilot residency format for activating and shaping the growing collection of books that inform and foster solidarity across global political movements. Zoë spent their time reading the library’s sources to consider the entangled channels that support an abolitionist practice.…

Home Residency | Clay AD

Market’s 2022/23 Home Residency has been awarded to Clay AD. Clay AD is a north node Capricorn who is a student of the body, spirituality and sub-cultures such as dirt (of the earth and perversity). His weaving of those studies are art, writing, facilitating workshops and offering somatic bodywork 1-on-1 online. His poetry book, “Holy…

Home Residency | Joanne Lee

Market’s 2022/23 Home Residency has been awarded to Joanne Lee. Joanne Lee is an artist and programmer who is from and lives in Glasgow. Centering embodied knowledge and translating what it means to make and see from the periphery sits at the heart of their moving image, writing and conversations. Recently Joanne has been included…

‘Rocabarraigh’, a film by Thomas Abercromby

This film was part of Thomas Abercromby’s first solo exhibition, commission by Market Gallery at French Street Studios in October 2022. Rocabarraigh, a phantom island in Scottish Gaelic myth, will appear three times, the last being at the end of the world. On the first of June 1997, Greenpeace climate activists landed on the tiny…
looking through window with spray paint into an event happening at Market Gallery

We have moved!

After 20+ years of working on our gallery space at Dennistoun’s Duke St, we sadly had to make a big move last week and we are currently based, for the foreseeable future, at the amazing Many Studios in 13 Ross St. We were quite sad to leave as that place holds many memories for us, but we are…

[ A wet and heavy noise ]

It is Market’s pleasure to share with you 𝘼 𝙬𝙚𝙩 𝙖𝙣𝙙 𝙝𝙚𝙖𝙫𝙮 𝙣𝙤𝙞𝙨𝙚. For this publication Market Gallery brought together five commissioned artists who use writing in its expanded form as part of their practices. Publication launch on 21st May 2022 2.30-4.30pm. Pre-order / order your copy.

Home Residency | Lisette May Monroe

Market’s 2021 Studio Projects Home Residency has been awarded to Lisette May Monroe. For three months from January 2022, Monroe will use the essential research time to work on a series of short stories, sculpture and sound work. Lisette May Monroe (she/her) is an artist and writer based in Glasgow.  She works with writing, photography…

Home Residency | Tilly P-M

Market’s 2021 Studio Projects Home Residency has been awarded to Tilly P-M.  “What could live beyond the plughole, in the pipes?” For the next three months, Tilly will look at mystical mundanity, the gaps around us (metaphorical and physical) being a seedbed for fantasy of self, objects and our surroundings. Making animatronic coded creatures from…

She’s a bit much

“She’s a bit much” is an online research and alternative publishing platform devised by Catalina Barroso Luque and Jude Browning.