Woolloongabba Art Gallery

613 Stanley St, Woolloongabba Qld 4102
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 Now showing
Gallery 1, 3, 4 

Ray Coffey, Working Class 2023, Oil on canvas, 34.5 x 27 cm


 Hooligan Series 

Reflecting on his childhood growing up in the UK, Ray Coffey examines the glorification and vilification of male aggression. Juxtaposing hooligans in the guise of hero’s and rejecting societal forms of acceptable violence.

Exhibition dates
11 May - 1 June 2024

Catalogue (PDF)

Online Exhibition


Now showing
Gallery 2

Christina Lowry, Vigilans Avis 2124 (Bird Watching 2124) 2024, Giclee pigment ink print on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 100% cotton 308gsm paper, Edition of 5, 790 x 635 mm


Historia Naturalis

Ecology is the study of the relationships between living organisms. In her latest collection Christina Lowry takes these relationships, particularly between humans and animals, as her muse. Historia Naturalis explores the effects of human intervention on bird, animal and insect species, articulating the evolving crisis these species are experiencing. Each piece Lowry creates is highly researched and intricately constructed, the product of investigations into art history, ecology and new technologies.

Subverting both artistic and museological displays, Lowry highlights the frivolity with which early collectors treated their bird, animal and insect subjects. Both lusciously decorative and haunting, the works draw attention to the one-sided relationship between the collector and their subject. Reframing our urge to collect and display, and our environmental impact more broadly, Lowry offers a view into the future if we decline to change our practices. Lowry’s works straddle uneasiness, their uncanny beauty reminding us that we possess the skills and technology to change the future. - Bree Di Mattina

Exhibition dates
27 April - 1 June 2024

Catalogue (PDF)



Coming soon
Gallery 5


Justine Keim


Justine Keim is a Brisbane based artist. She is currently focused on the practices of drawing, painting, photography and video work. She has studied fashion design at Raffles School of Design and Commerce and has a master’s degree in art therapy, University of Queensland. She has also studied acting and film at NIDA. Justine is deeply committed to creative expression and how it supports, therapeutically all communities, all citizens who seek imaginative engagement in their lives. (Catalogue extract)

Opening event
Saturday afternoon, 25 May from 3pm

Exhibition dates
21 May - 1 June 2024

Catalogue (PDF)

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