'NXNO' Brisbane Pop-Up Grand Opening

from June 26th - BRISBANE
Art lovers from the sunniest state rejoice - Outré Gallery is coming to West End, Brisbane!
It’s been a long time coming, but Outré Gallery is proud to be popping up in Brisbane city for a limited time – bringing a plethora of Outre-favourite artworks for new and old visitors at our opening exhibition NXNO (North by North Outré)!
All of the gallery’s much loved artists will be represented (think pop surrealist powerhouses, mid-century masters and swinging tiki specialists)...plus a whole lot of  hard-to-find books, magazines, curios and much more - specially curated for discerning Queensland collectors! Featured artists will include mid-century scene-stealer Shag, statement making maestro of street art Shepard Fairey, and Mark Ryden – king of pop surrealism and sugar-coating the darker arts....plus many, many more.

Along with prints, the pop-up will also have a selection of original artworks by artists such Shag, Coop, The Pizz, Derek Yaniger, APAK (to name a few!) - don't miss out on a once in a lifetime chance to own an original by your favourite artist!
For the first time in the 20 year history of the gallery - which has borne galleries in Melbourne, Sydney and Perth - Outré will soon be found in the West End from the months of June to August 2015…and couldn’t be more excited to set up shop! 

BRISBANE POP-UP HAS BEEN EXTENDED! WE WILL BE OPEN THROUGH JANUARY 2016. Thank you for your support of our pop-up location.

237 Boundary St (corner of Boundary and Corbett St), West End QLD 4101
WED - FRI 10 - 6 / SAT 10 - 5 / SUN 12 - 4
 Examples of artists featured in our new Brisbane Pop-Up 'NXNO' Opening Exhibition (images are cropped):
(l-r top row) 'Office Politics' by Shag / 'Set Sail' by Andrew Bannecker / 'Devil Whale' by Jen Lobo / 'Awakening the Moon' by Mark Ryden / 'Aurora' by Angelique Houtkamp
(l-r bottom row) 'Where I Rest' by Audrey Kawasaki / 'Trouble Afoot' by Jed Henry / 'Eames House' by Chris Turnham / 'Lillian Playing With An Abstract Thought' by Matte Stephens / 'Waikiki Wahine' by Richie Fahey