We have just launched a new section on the site – the Gallery 286 ‘Shop’. You will find it at the top of the page in the main menu or, if you are viewing on a mobile device, in the ‘three line hamburger menu at the top right of the screen. Our first item there is the Heavenly Twins book, published to coincide with The Lake Twins most recent exhibition at the Gallery.
The new exhibition to Hell and Back by Liza Read has just been announced. Visit her page for images and information about the work.
We have updated the new Lake Twins page with images and information about their new exhibitions which opens on September 5th.
The Lake Twins will be showing at Gallery 286 during July and images of their work have just been added to the site. More will follow during the summer.
As we continue to remake some of the older pages so that they display using the same design as that used on this new site, we have just uploaded all of the exhibition pages for 2014. Select the 2014 tab to view each of them and use the links to visit each artist page. You can also go directly to the most recent exhibition by a particular artists by selecting their name from the Artist Page.
Installation views of Aphra Shemza & Delfin Ortiz‘s exhibition have been included on their page.
Images and information about Illuminating Geometry by Aphra Shemza & Delfin Ortiz are now included on the site.
Details of Man with a Holo Camera – Patrick Boyd’s new exhibition have been added.
Information about our next exhibition of paintings and drawings by Wilma Johnson, has just been announced.
Happy New Year! We have added links, on our homepage, to all of our 2016 exhibitions for you to explore.
Take a look at the installation views of our Christmas show.
The Gallery 286 Christmas show has just been announced – take a look at the exhibiting artists.
A link to installation views of Mark Fry’s current exhibition has been added to his page.
We added a new portrait of Camilla Shivarg to her page.
We have also added detailed gallery plans for both our upper and lower galleries.
We also added a link to Mark’s exhibition catalogue, which you can view online or download.