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Ruth Barker, Circle Work, 2015. Performance. Photography by Christopher MacInnes. Courtesy of the Agency

Review: Ruth Barker and Hannah Leighton-Boyce

Castlefield Gallery holds a major two person exhibit exploring an encounter between the quotidian, ancient world, and contemporary Britain

Photo: Creative Tourist

Andrew McDonald is coming to Castlefield Gallery

Manchester-based artist Andrew McDonald brings his existing works to his home city

Photo: Adobe Stock @ Flickr

Castlefield Gallery: Miniature World

The Castlefield Gallery hosts an exhibition of “the incomprehensibly minute to the unimaginably massive” in Miniature World

photo: jsawkins@Flickr

Head To Head at Castlefield Gallery

Castlefield Gallery presents innovative artist Christian Falsnaes and his stunningly unique work

Joel Lorand's Mutation (2009). Photo: Castlefield Gallery

Review: Inside Out

Castlefield gallery’s latest exhibtion takes us to the eccentric periphery of the art world, says Ashley McGovern

A dark personality turn in Manchot's Twelve (The Bronson Monologue). Photo: Castlefield Gallery

Review: Melanie Manchot’s Twelve

Addicts turn into auteurs at the Castlefield Gallery through Melanie Manchot’s Twelve

Venue Guide: Off the Beaten Track

Perhaps not so well known as Manchester’s larger institutions, these venues make a vibrant, intelligent and exciting contribution to the art scene of the city