Art Galleries

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    UTS Gallery

    UTS Gallery encourages UTS students, staff and the public to engage with visual art and design by providing a context for the enjoyment and wider understanding of contemporary practice. UTS Gallery was established in 1995 as a not-for-profit gallery dedicated to exhibiting emerging and established arts practitioners.

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    Gallery Today

    Gallery Today online fine art gallery of original oil paintings for sale including a variability of themes like landscape paintings, abstract paintings, still life, nude, religious icons, figurative, floral, impressionism.

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    Gallery x-ist

    Gallery x-ist is an "art gallery project" realised by collector Daryo Beskinazi and art director Kerimcan Guleryuz on the basis of their experience in the art world, the result of many years of activity. x-ist, provides an alternative to the current concept of the art gallery and aims to exhibit the work of young talents who do not as yet have a large audience, but who are making their mark on the future.

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    Weiv provides access to a diverse range of art collections that represents distinguished and up and coming artists.

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    XPgallery was established in 2003. Our focus is contemporary painting. We have done installations throughout the world, and are committed to meeting our clients needs. We welcome interior designers, architects, museum curators, and first-time buyers for the placement, installation and maintenance of art.

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    Housed in a landmark industrial building on the south bank of the River Tyne in Gateshead, BALTIC is the biggest gallery of its kind in the world - presenting a dynamic, diverse and international programme of contemporary visual art.

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    October Gallery

    Founded in 1978, the October Gallery is an art gallery dedicated to the appreciation of art from all cultures around the world. The Gallery exhibits and promotes art of the transvangarde - or trans-cultural avant-garde - that is to say, the work of artists who, whilst working at the forefront of their own respective cultures, assimilate into their work elements from other cultures as well.