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Friday 29.6.2012

There was a great atmosphere at MK Gallery on Wednesday as over 350 people joined us for our summer party, which included the launch of our latest exhibition Pushwagner: Soft City.


The show brings together drawings, paintings and prints made over the last forty more

Visitors outside the gallery with the newly commissioned façade, Pushwagner Mouth. Photograph Derek Wales.  

Friday 22.6.2012

This summer MK Gallery presents a new exhibition by Norwegian artist Hariton Pushwagner. A diverse programme of events has been developed to complement the show, including live music, performance, film and video by Norwegian artists and workshops and talks inspired by more

Pushwagner: Almost There

Hariton Pushwagner, Almost There. From A Day in the Life of Family Man, 1980. Image courtesy and copyright the artist.

Thursday 21.6.2012

5 Minute Oscillations of the Sun
A temporary, site-specific sound installation by artist Caroline Devine

21 June - 29 July / Free


From  today, 21 June, Midsummer’s Day, until 29 July, artist Caroline Devine provides a rare opportunity for people to more

Tuesday 19.6.2012

The yellow squares on the front of MK Gallery have been painted out as we install an eye-catching new façade for our latest exhibition, Pushwagner: Soft City, at MK Gallery from 28 June - 2 September 2012.


The exhibition will focus on the early works of more

New Facade

Installing a new facade. June 2012

Monday 11.6.2012

Olivia Plender: Last Chance to See


It's the final week of the current exhibition Olivia Plender: Rise Early, Be Industriouswhich closes this Sunday. The show explores how education has changed over time, through four playful installations, which include a more

Olivia Plender

Visitor’s exploring exhibition

Friday 8.6.2012

For our July Project Space exhibition, we’ve commissioned Norwegian artist Stian Ådlandsvik, who is currently artist in residence at Stoke Mandeville Hospital, to create a series of new works which will explore the London 2012 Paralympic Games.


Sir more

The closing ceremony at the Stoke Mandeville International Games, 1962. photo, NSIC

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