Liverpool Street Gallery
243A Liverpool Street, Darlinghurst, NSW
Tuesday - Saturday, 10am - 6pm
T +61 2 8353 7799
F +61 2 8353 7798
Director: James Erskine
Curatorial Director: Adam Sims
Gallery Assistant: Hayley Cotton
Established in September 2003 by the Gallery Director, James Erskine, Liverpool Street Gallery is located in East Sydney. The commercial gallery, by the architect George Hatzisavas, provides an intimate exhibition space and a focused environment. The gallery is dedicated to the exhibition and promotion of contemporary painting and sculpture by established and emerging artists.
The gallery represents: John Beard, Amelia Carroll, Nick Collerson, Kevin Connor, Virginia Coventry, Ian Grant, Steven Harvey, Ryan Hoffmann, Anwen Keeling, Jennifer Lee, Enrique Martinez Celaya, Kristin McIver, Ken Mihara, David Serisier, Peter Sharp, Kate Turner Fairfax, Dick Watkins and Karl Wiebke. Liverpool Street Gallery also exhibits the work of Rick Amor and Kevin Lincoln.
Notable solo exhibitions of internationally recognised artists have included; Tony Bevan "Paintings" (2004, 2006, 2013), The Estate of Jon Schueler "Mood Changes" (2006), Enrique Martínez Celaya "Boy (Part III)" (2004), "The Lovely Season" (2008) as well as "The Cliff" (2011) and Jennifer Lee (2006, 2010) and Ken Mihara (2013). In each case the Liverpool Street Gallery exhibition has been the artist’s inaugural in the southern hemisphere. The gallery’s curatorial programme is differentiates itself by the exhibition of Australian artists alongside their international contemporaries as evident in Painting (2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2010) in which works by artists including Frank Auerbach, Susan Rothenberg, Terry Winters, Christopher Wool, Leon Kossoff, Jonathon Lasker and Damian Loeb were sourced from significant private collections in Australia and displayed in conjunction with Liverpool Street Gallery’s represented artists. Exhibiting a programme of high profile Australian and international contemporary artists, often accompanied by extensive publications, Liverpool Street Gallery stands as one of the preeminent commercial galleries in Australia.
Whilst predominantly exhibiting innovative abstract, realist and figurative painting, Liverpool Street Gallery also exhibits sculpture, limited edition prints and a variety of works on paper. The exciting combination of different media and diverse artists aims to encourage both collectors and admirers of contemporary art.
We wishes to acknowledge traditional owners of the land where Liverpool Street Gallery is located, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We also pay our respects to all First Nation and Gadigal elders past, present and future.