Temporary outdoor galleries | Brisbane City Council
 

The Outdoor Gallery transforms Brisbane's laneways and city streets into imaginative, fun and engaging spaces. Comprising light box displays, wall banners and projections, the outdoor gallery allows new art to be displayed in the city streets that would typically be confined to a gallery.

Current artworks in Hutton Lane, Eagle Lane, King George Square car park and Fish Lane are part of the Exchange exhibition in partnership with Queensland Art Teachers Association (QATA). This exhibition celebrates the dedication, perseverance and talent of practising teachers. All artworks have been provided by current practising teachers.

The following laneway works are part of Brisbane City Council's temporary outdoor galleries.

 

Hutton Lane - wall-mounted light boxes

Hayley McCann's series of artworks will be on display from July to October 2018. This artwork is part of Exchange.

Eagle Lane - wall-mounted light boxes

Larissa Warren's Autumn Cup, Winter Cup and Landscape series (2017) will be on display from July to October 2018. This artwork is part of Exchange.

King George Square - light boxes

On display from July to October 2018 are a series of artworks provided by current practising teachers. This artwork is part ofExchange.

King George Square - pillar

Avena Osborn's Brisbane Nights (2015) has been on display since September 2015.

King George Square - wall mural

Bastian Allfrey's (Australia) Healthy Living (2016) has been on display since January 2017.

Giffin Lane - wall banner

Libby Harwood's Bangan-Mud-Taellebudgera Creek/Gangaa series (2016) has been on display since April 2018. This artwork was part of Maiwar.

Fish Lane - wall-mounted light boxes

Andrew Peachey's Dissolve (2016) will be on display from July to October 2018. This artwork is part of Exchange.

Burnett Lane - lantern light shades

Lisa Sorbie's Woven History (2017) has been on display since May 2017.

Edison Lane - wall banner

Debbie Taylor's I love my Sunburnt Country (2017) has been on display since May 2018. This artwork was part of Maiwar.

Cordelia Street - Soda Apartment facade

Samantha Everton's Takdanai (Sang Tong Series) (2014) has been on display since March 2016.

Edward Street - vitrines

Mandy Quadrio's Continuing Conncections (2018) will be on display since April 2018. This artwork was part of Maiwar.

Irish Lane - wall banner one

Dylan Mooney's Reality vs Superficial (2005) is on display. This artwork was part of Maiwar.

Irish Lane - wall banner two

Kiana Larkin's Termite Mounds (2016) is on display. This artwork was part of Maiwar.

Mt Coot-tha - temporary art platform

Jamie North's Remainder No.20 and No.21will be on display until September 2018.

Image courtesy of the artist and Sarah Cottier Gallery.

 

 

09 August 2018