GkJE | Gallery KJ is back!
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Gallery KJ is back!

Established by Geoff Jaeger in 2010—inside a rooftop apartment of Sydney’s Kings Cross—Gallery KJ has made an online comeback in 2019, with a retrospective of nine selected images.

100 guests attended the first exhibition in 2010, spilling out of a tiny Kings Cross apartment onto a rooftop for AquaUrban, featuring work by Geoff and Deborah Cybula.

 

“Aqua in Urban” © Geoff Jaeger, 2009

 

“Bronte Baths” © Deborah Cybula, 2008

 

Following a second exhibition Reflective Perspectives in 2011, Gallery KJ became the office space of parent business GkJE, before the gallery itself moved ‘down the road’ to Mercure Sydney, Potts Point (2013—2016), where it was known as Gallery Mercure, then GkJE Gallery 1 (GkJE 1).

For a while in 2017— what then became know as GkJE Galleries—moved into Canvas Bar in Sydney’s CBD, briefly featuring two other gallery walls: GkJE 2 and GkJE 3, which continued online until 2018.

 

Floating Wishes © Parsa Jamalpour, 2015

 

You can view selected works from all galleries on Instagram: GkJE 1, via #GkJEGalleries and by clicking past exhibitions below.

In 2019, Gallery KJ is back, with a limited retrospective exhibition: 2008—2018, online 1 June—31 August. Click here to preview. To view more work, search on Instagram with #GalleryKJ2019.