market • 322 - 324 duke street • dennistoun • glasgow g31 1qz • scotland

gallery-tel: 0141 5541125 • luci ransome / nicola cooper 07719184321


market is an artist led and run contemporary art project based in the east end of glasgow. market aims to support and foster innovative arts from the new and emergent to established, local and international to engage in fresh approaches to the exchange of ideas and experiences between audience and artist.
market aims to platform a challenging mix of projects in and out-with the venues, selected from ongoing submitted proposals by any individuals, plus pilot projects for potential annual inclusion, all with a range of artists talks/events, discussions and outreach. All projects will aim to encourage the artist/s involved to address the relevance and implications of their art to the venue, location and diverse audience.


market occupies three commercial shop units; two are project spaces (the east ends only arts venues) and an artists studio/residency space, all on duke street in dennistoun, glasgow.

projects 2000/1

established in september 2000 and part of a non profit making company, market g31, we have already produced and exhibited 5 projects
Plano XX1 a new generation of visual artists working and exhibiting in portugal in the last ten years.
DIY new and emergent UK based artists trying out experimental and diverse work lasting up to seven days, back to back over a month. Artists were kevin hutcheson, rebecca milling, nick evans & simon blackmore, steven anderson & deborah jackson
the g312000Open anyone who lives and works in the g31 postcode area could create a postcard inspired by the area they inhabit for inclusion in this exhibition. We received 130 submissions from the local community (this includes over one hundred trained artists) to question who makes and who can make art.
60 Second Interlude michael mcgraw showed digitally manipulated photographic based work from new york and a proposed sound projection in dennistoun. The artist works with the physicalityís of a space, its structure, architecture and history which shape the surroundings and fabric of a site both socially and culturally.
Brown Field curated by rob tufnell, (assistant curator at dundee contemporay arts) Brown Fields aims were to reinterpret notions of landscape within an urban context with artists who reinvent the artistic landscape tradition. These were franz ackermann, laura emsley, katrine hjelde, don van vleit, hayley thompkins and alan michael.
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