20th May – 12th June 2021
Thurs – Sat 12-6pm


Booking online from 6th May 2021

Block 336 will present two major installations by Birmingham-based, Trinidadian artist Karen McLean: BLUE POWER and Ar’n’t I a Woman!, bringing together two years worth of work. Informed by the artist’s experience of growing up in the Caribbean in the 1960s, McLean’s powerful sculptural work explores the symbolic and historical weight of materials and interrogates their relationship to Britain’s colonial legacy.


Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants with Block 336

6th May 2021, 2-3.30pm

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Especially for Block 336’s networks and co-hosted by the London Visual Arts & Museums team and Block 336, this session is to support first-time applicants to National Lottery Project Grants gain information about how to apply.

Andy Holden Works on Paper

Block 336 presents a series of works on paper by artist Andy Holden, a coda to his exhibition The Structure of Feeling (A Ghost Train Ride). The works are preparatory sketches for the 3D film Even Darker Matter, the large central projection in the exhibition. They use sketches of iconic characters from the Golden Age of cartoons as explored in Laws of Motion in a Cartoon Landscape.

View the work here.

Artists' Legal Rights Sessions: Gallery Representation and Consignment

18th February 2021, 7 – 8.30pm

Alvaro Barrington | Sadie Coles | Jon Sharples | Fionnuala Rogers

In the fourth session in the series we will be looking at artists’ relationships with galleries and asking whether artists have to sign whatever terms are put in front of them, what’s reasonable in a consignment arrangement, and whether the traditional model of exclusive gallery representation has had its day.

View the recording here!