Current Exhibitions

UnDoing

22 March 2019 — 26 May 2019

Including photography, models, sculpture and film by artists and architects, UnDoing is a collaboration between Manchester School of Architecture, independent curator Tom Emery, and Castlefield Gallery that explores how buildings, places and artefacts are re-used, reinterpreted and remembered. Co-curated with Sally Stone, Reader in Architecture and Senior Lecturer, Laura Sanderson, the UnDoing exhibition builds on their research into the often conflicted relationship between past and present in architecture.

James Ackerley, Nazgol Ansarinia, Tom Dale, Connor + Darby, Malcolm Fraser, MAP Studio, Manchester School of Architecture, Abigail Reynolds, Larissa Sansour, Adrien Tirtiaux, and Sarah Westphal.

Exhibition preview: 6-8pm, Thursday 21 March 2019

*Easter closing: 19,20, 21 April

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Upcoming Exhibitions

Everything I Have Is Yours

04/07/2019

Eileen Simpson and Ben White (Open Music Archive) at Salford Museum and Art Gallery Everything I Have Is Yours is … Read more

Eileen Simpson and Ben White: Open Music Archive

14/06/2019

This summer Castlefield Gallery will present Eileen Simpson and Ben White: Open Music Archive, the first UK survey show of … Read more

Recent Exhibitions

Sources

15/02/2019

Curated by Joe Preston, Sources is the first in a new series of Members Exhibitions launching in February 2019. Read more

Ruth Barker & Hannah Leighton-Boyce’s exhibition tours to Glasgow Women’s Library

01/02/2019

Launched at Castlefield Gallery in March 2018, the exhibition with Ruth Barker & Hannah Leighton-Boyce tours exclusively to Glasgow Women’s … Read more

Oscar Santillan, The Intruder (detail), 2015

The Ground Beneath Your Feet

16/11/2018

In the context of the refugee crisis, rising homelessness, environmental catastrophes, right-wing populism and the tragedies caused by deterritorialised capitalism … Read more