Gallery Flaneur on Gawler Place
An art gallery dedicated to Adelaide’s urban wanderers and explorers
Coined by the French, the Flaneur is a person who wanders the city with the only purpose of taking in its sights and sounds. In modern day Adelaide we see it as rediscovering the city with fresh eyes it’s like being reacquainted with someone you once met at a party.
Tucked away on the edge of a laneway, this tiny gallery space will host exhibitions with some of Adelaide’s finest artists including street art, mural art and 3D works. Whether you are a day or night Flaneur the gallery is open for your viewing pleasure 24/7.
Thank you to Commercial and General for providing access to the cabinet.
Petit Doit by Navian Iseut - 5 - 21 January 2018 (CLOSED) Ink and water colour on silver plated cufflink trays sealed with crystal lacquer and glass domes 16mm & 20mm. Each unisex cufflink featured a unique hand drawn illustration. These wearable pieces of art represented ‘tiny needs’ to capture moments of mystery and enchantment and house them, encapsulated, to be taken on journeys through the everyday.
Mise en Abyme by Laura Lamington - 25 January - 12 February 2018 You may be familiar with Laura's paste up work on Adelaide streets including furby's and space witches. She now presents her first art exhibition.
Jack Fran - 16 February - 4 March 2018
Jack's installation will be a collaboration with adelaide graffiti writers showing the beautiful in graffiti. "The intent is not to glorify graffiti, although it will not be harsh or crass as graffiti is often depicted, but elegant and beautiful." Jack Fran 2018.
Ray Harris - 9 March - 25 March 2018
Jackie Reichstein and Henley High School students
29 March - 16 April 2018
Sue Kneebone - 20 April - 6 May 2018
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