Edwina Corlette Gallery – New Gallery Space

Edwina Corlette Gallery has moved to a new location. Further along Brunswick Street in Brisbane, the new space is housed in a landmark heritage building originally constructed in the 1920s. Award-winning architect David Gole from Conrad Gargett has designed the new Gallery, maximising the proportions of the original building to provide a state of the art, contemporary space for represented artists to show their work.

Announcing the new location owner and Director Edwina Corlette said:

We originally opened the Gallery at the beginning of the Global Financial Crises in a small space that we have now outgrown. The new Gallery will allow our artists to stretch their wings in terms of ideas and scale and pursue more ambitious projects, and offer our clients and visitors a purpose-built, contemporary environment in which to engage with their work.

Since opening in 2008, the Gallery has shown a commitment to the long-term promotion of a select group of contemporary Australian artists, placing their work into important collections including the National Gallery of Australia, Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art and the Parliament House Collection in Canberra as well as significant State and Regional Museums and corporate and private collections throughout Australia, Asia and the Middle East.

Further details of the official Gallery opening will be released soon.

WHERE: 629 Brunswick Street, New Farm QLD 4005

WHEN: Tuesday — Saturday 10 – 5pm or by appointment


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