GAGPROJECTS | Greenaway Art Gallery

A:  39 Rundle St, Kent Town SA Australia

P: +61 8 8362 6354

E: gag@greenaway.com.au

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FEATURED STORIES AND EXHIBITIONS

Joseph Häxan: The Rite Of Spring

GAGPROJECTS presents work by Joseph Häxan.

Danny Fotopoulos: Organic Forms

GAGPROJECTS presents work by Danny Fotopoulos.

Margaret Dodd: Terra-nullius, Terra-cotta, Terra damnata

GAGPROJECTS presents work by Margaret Dodd.
Matt Huppatz: High Society

Matt Huppatz: High Society

GAGPROJECTS presents work by Matt Huppatz.
Shoufay Derz: The Face of The Deep

Shoufay Derz: The Face of The Deep

GAGPROJECTS presents work by Shoufay Derz.
Ariel Hassan: TRANSLATION

Ariel Hassan: TRANSLATION

GAGPROJECTS presents work by Ariel Hassan.

Sydney Contemporary brings fresh works in 2019

Your first look at the galleries and artists showing at Australia’s largest annual art fair.
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David Griggs: Meditation Sex Music

GAGPROJECTS presents work by David Griggs.

Roger Ballen: Ballenesque

GAGPROJECTS presents work by Roger Ballen.

Sam Gold, Anna Gore, Emmaline Zanelli: Essential Forms

GAGPROJECTS presents work by Sam Gold, Anna Gore and Emmaline Zanelli.
Spring 1883 Tolarno square

Spring 1883 gallery lineup 2018

SPRING1883 is not your regular art fair.

Melbourne Art Fair Gallery List Announced

The art world has been waiting with bated breath to hear about the gallery line-up at Melbourne Art Fair.

Deborah Paauwe: Secret World

Andrew Purvis explores Deborah Paauwe’s photographic studies of girlhood and womanhood and the blurred lines between the two.

On The World Stage: Imants Tillers

Imants Tillers’ themes of displacement, exile and the legacy of European conquest strike a particular note for Latvians, whose own history is marked by invasion, occupation, and diasporic dispersion.

2017 Spring 1883 Gallery Line-up Announced

This September, the annual Spring 1883 art fair will return to Sydney’s Establishment Hotel once more with an impressive line-up of gallerists.

David Griggs: Apocalypse New

On a three-month residency in the Philippines, David Griggs was blown away by Manila’s radical art scene. These days, he calls the city home.

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