Archived: Gow Langsford: Celebrating 30 Years

Group exhibition

Gow Langsford Gallery celebrates 30 years in business this month.

From humble beginnings in a converted petrol station on Richmond Road, Grey Lynn to two sites in the central city's arts precinct, John Gow and Gary Langsford have been at the helm of Gow Langsford Gallery since its opening. Their shared passion and dedication to the arts has contributed to their ongoing success

Gow Langsford Gallery's inaugural exhibition opened on the 9th of August 1987 with a group exhibition that included works by Dick Frizzell, Judy Millar, and Allen Maddox. Thirty years on, Frizzell and Millar are still represented by the gallery, as is the estate of Allen Maddox. It is only fitting to celebrate this milestone with a group exhibition featuring new works from the current Gow Langsford Gallery stable, including the aforementioned artists along with Chris Heaphy, Reuben Paterson, Darryn George and John Pule.

Images L - R: Peace is Confidence, Reuben Paterson (2017), The Floating World, Chris Heaphy (2017), Lovers Come Lovers Go, Judy Millar (2016). Images courtesy of Gow Langsford Gallery.

Contact details

Gow Langsford Gallery Kitchener and Lorne Street
26 Lorne Street
23 Aug - 16 Sep 2017.
+64 9 303 9391