Analogue Gallery opens in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley

Brisbane’s Greaser bar is already quite the challenge to find, nestled beneath another Fortitude Valley venue. Perhaps it’s this air of mystery and exclusivity that makes it the perfect location for the new Analogue Gallery, a monthly pop up exhibition space dedicated to supporting emerging and established Brisbane artists.

Held on the first Thursday of each month, Analogue Gallery events offer a commission and rent free space for artists to display their works. The exhibitions are free to visit, and Analogue Gallery accept applications from artists all year round.

Analogue Gallery’s first pop up exhibition, New Wave, took place on September 1st. Featured artists included Cherie Buttons, Adam Busby, Emmanuel Moore, and Jessie Webb.

Analogue Gallery is located within Greaser, in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley.

For more information, and to stay informed of the next event (October 6th), please see the Analogue Gallery website and Facebook.


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Jodie Sloan

Living, writing, and reading in Brisbane/Meanjin. Likes spooky books, strong cocktails, and pro-wrestling.