WHITE WITCHES

Market Gallery presents WHITE WITCHES an illustrated talk by Izabella Scott:

Friday 23rd of June, 7pm.

Witchcraft is trending. But are the histories being invoked all too “white”? It is no accident that the European witch hunts escalated at the very same time as the first colonizers were subjugating populations in the Americas. And it was not long before the ideology around witchcraft took on ...

Is Either My Needs or My Dreams!

Talk & Screening curated by Javier Calderon.
Saturday 10th of June, 3pm.

Market Gallery is excited to be hosting Javier Calderon, Director of Chalton Gallery (London), for the next of our Night School events. Javier will be speaking about the highs and lows of setting up the gallery, and about other curatorial projects across the UK and Mexico.

In Javier’s words “Chalton Gallery and ...

The Uncritical Critic - a talk by Rosanna Mclaughlin

Market Gallery presents the second of this years Night School events:

'The Uncritical Critic (Whatever Happened to Opinion?)' - a talk by Rosanna Mclaughlin on Friday 4th November 7-9pm

At a time when more writing about art is being published than ever before, where has all the criticism gone? Writer and curator Rosanna Mclaughlin will be reading from The Pious and The Pommery, a satirical ...

Understanding Communal Luxury & Radical Practice

Market Gallery presents the first of this years Night School events: 'Understanding Communal Luxury & Radical Practice' - a talk by Prof. Carl Lavery on Friday 9th September 7-9pm.

This talk aims to contextualise and explain what is at stake in the idea of communal luxury, a concept that the historian Kristin Ross investigates in her latest book Communal Luxury: The Political ...

No Date - Scott Rogers

Tuesday 22 July 2014

Event opens: 7.30pm, screening begins: 8.00pm

As part of the series of events of Time After Time, Scott Rogers will present his video No Date for the first time as a screening. Filmed in Glasgow over a one year period, the video takes the form of an nature documentary where human presence is conspicuously ...