(previously known as Greenaway Art Gallery) was established by Paul Greenaway OAM in 1991,
in a large converted warehouse in Kent Town, South Australia.
The gallery's focus has been always to promote the best local and national contemporary artists, complemented with regular invitations to artists from other countries, maintaining a strong focus
on conceptual and challenging disciplines in a variety of mediums.
The gallery currently represents 26 artists, and collaborate in irregular basis with other guests
or associated artists and institutions.
Since 2008 the activities of the gallery started to expand into new realms, and a project space was opened in Berlin-Mitte. The objective of GAGPROJECTS was to open new avenues beyond the gallery system; the projects span from aiding in artists' productions and promotion, as much as engaging in social and educational projects beyond the art field.
Since 2014, to consolidate the two areas of activities, Greenaway Art Gallery started operating as GAGPROJECTS, maintaining the Australian program, but shifting the Berlin location to
Phasmid Studios, at the border of Lichtenberg and Marzahn districts, on the east side of Berlin,
where it has joined forces with an artist residency program.
Attending all major art events on the international calendar, as well as participating in many art fairs each year, the gallery has established relationships with artists and galleries at an international level. This has enabled us to form bridges for purchases on behalf of clients, or source works for institutions and private collectors not easily accessed.
We want to convey to the first-time-visitor to our projects the sense of excitement and discovery
we always have for art.
The Gallery Director, Paul Greenaway OAM, is a Australian Government Approved Valuer,
and advice can be given to collectors at every level.
The gallery is currently open by appointment only.
T.+61 (8) 8362 6354
The Gallery is less than five minutes drive from the Adelaide City Centre.
The gallery can be accessed just off Rundle Street, Kent Town and parking is readily available.
Admission is always free
Disabled Ramp Access