PERSPECTIVES: Lewis Glucksman Gallery (Talk)

February 24, 2016 § 2 Comments

How does the marketplace affect our everyday lives? What happens as goods proceed from the factory floor to the trading floor and what role does the economy play in contemporary society? This series of Perspectives asks invited experts to address current economic questions both within Ireland and internationally.

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On invitation of Chris Clarke, senior curator at the Lewis Glucksman Gallery in Cork (Ireland), Mark Curran will be speaking on Wednesday, February 24th about the project, THE MARKET.

It is in the context of the current show Chris has curated in collaboration with Declan Jordan, lecturer in economics at University College Cork (UCC), titled EVERYTHING MUST GO. The group exhibition addresses the role of art and the market.

Full details here.


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